Your question: How do you calculate yardage for a rag quilt?

How many yards of fabric do I need for a rag quilt?

Rag Quilt Instructions:

Quilt Type and Approx Finished Size (size will vary slightly) Approx Number of 10″ Fabric Squares Required
Full 84″ x 91″ 220 squares (10 sq x 11 sq) approx. 19 yds
Queen 91″ x 95″ 242 squares (11 sq x 11 sq) approx. 18-20 yds
King 108″ x 108″ 338 squares (13sq x 13sq) approx.26-28 yds

How many 8 inch squares do I need for a rag quilt?

The quilt shown in this tutorial is a finished size of about 38 x 50 inches, using 8-inch cut squares. The pattern uses 48 finished squares, 6 squares x 8 squares. You can make the squares bigger or smaller, and add squares if you want the blanket to be bigger.

How do you finish the edges of a rag quilt?

Sew around the perimeter of the rag quilt 1/2 inch from the edge. Sew around the quilt a second time on top of the first line of stitching. Clip slits perpendicular to the edge every 1/4 inch around the perimeter of the quilt. Clip close to, but do not clip through, the stitching.

Do you need 3 layers for a rag quilt?

You will be sewing “sandwiches” together to make the rag quilt. Normally this would be three layers, but for this rag quilt as I mentioned earlier, we would only use two layers – both being flannel. (I usually use one layer cotton and two layers of flannel when I make rag quilts.)

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Should you wash flannel before making a rag quilt?

Although most quilts recommend washing the fabrics before quilting, in the case of rag quilts you DO NOT want to wash the flannel before assembly. Instead, just iron the fabric and start cutting your squares.