Quick Answer: How much material do I need to make a queen size quilt?

How many 10 inch squares does it take to make a queen size quilt?

First, divide the width and the length by 10 since you are using a 10-inch quilt block. Here is how you do it. Multiply 8 by 9 and you get 72. This means that your 80 X 90 queen size quilt needs 72 pieces of 10-inch blocks.

How many yards of fabric do I need for a queen size quilt back?

Typically, three horizontal strips of fabric are pieced together to cover a queen-size quilt. For example, if your finished quilt width with allowance is 126 inches, you need 3 1/2 yards of fabric to go across it.

What is the most common size quilt block?

Probably the most common size of quilt block (and definitely the most preferred of the FaveQuilts audience), the 12-inch size is great because it’s so versatile, and you’ve got plenty of space to show off your clever use of HSTs or fussy cut fabrics.

How many 3 inch squares does it take to make a queen size quilt?

Six rows by six, or 36 squares, with three inch sashes and a three inch sashed border would give you more than enough for your queen size comforter, 93 X 93.

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How many 9 inch blocks do I need for a queen size quilt?

…will require a 10 by 11 block layout. With binding, the finished quilt measures 85-3/8″ by 93-7/8″. Now add a 1″ sashing (white with black cornerstones) between the blocks… …and it’ll take a quilt 9 by 10 blocks.

How long does it take to make a queen size quilt?

How long does it take to make a quilt? A baby quilt may take you a mere 12 hours to make from start to finish, while a queen-sized quilt could take as many as 8 weeks or more.