How much fabric do I need for a rag quilt?
FABRIC FOR LAP SIZE RAG QUILT (50″ x 60″)
3 3/8 yards of decorative fabric OR you can use fabric from your stash. 3 3/8 yards for backing fabric. 50″ x 60″ piece of batting, or (120) 5″ squares of batting.
How do you calculate yardage for a rag quilt?
Lap Quilt: 42″ x 54″ (7 x 9) / 63 pair (126 total) 7″ squares = 5½ yards To calculate the amount of different fabrics, divide the total yardage by the number of fabrics – i.e. baby quilt: 3 divided by 6 = ½ yard of 6 different fabrics.
How much fabric do I need for a throw quilt?
For a 36in x 50in quilt top, you’ll need 1½yds (54in) of 42in wide fabric, leaving you with a few extra inches around all edges. If your quilt is larger than 42in, for example 59in x 80in, you’ll need 3½yds of 42in wide fabric.
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 many yards of fabric do I need for a king size 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 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.