Well, since cushions have 3 dimensions (width, length, & height) I'll suppose the third dimension (height) to give you an idea of how to calculate the fabric needed. Keep in mind that we're covering six sides: front, back, top, bottom, left, & right. For example,let's assume your cushions are 24" wide by 24" long by 6" high. To determine the width of the fabric needed per cushion we need to add the width plus half of the right and half of the left or 24" + 3" + 3" = 30" and to that we'll add 2" seam allowance for the right seam and the left seam or 30" + 2" + 2" = 34" total width. To determine the length of the fabric needed per cushion we need to add the length x 2 for the front & the back and the height for the top & the bottom or 24" + 24" + 6" + 6" = 60" and to that we'll add 2" seam allowance or 60" + 2" = 62". This will cover your cushion like a pillow case that is sewed (or zippered) shut, so, you'll have no seam in front but seams on the top, left, and right sides. So, the piece of fabric you'll need for each 24" x 24" x 6" cushion as assumed above is 34" x 62". If the height of your cushions is different than the 6" I assumed, you need to adjust the calculations for top, bottom, left, & right. Also, the total yardage required will depend on the width of the fabric that you choose.
most places measure it out in yards
Depends on the size of the couch. Measure the height, length, and width, record it and take the measure ments to a fabric store. they will help you.
You will need 3.3 yards of fabric.
A bolt of cotton fabric for quilting is usually 15 yards; 42"-43" wide. A bolt of fleece fabric is usually 10 yards for licensed fleece fabric, and 10-12 yards for non-licensed fabric.
1 yard of fabric or 4/4 of fabric
That depends on what you want to make. Or do you mean how many yards of fabric are in 12 feet of fabric? If that's what you mean, the answer is 12 feet is equal to 4 yards.
Six feet of fabric is the equivalent of two yards.
You will need at least 14 cubic yards.
You would need about 2 yards of fabric for a sash. This includes enough fabric to allow for a knot or a bow.
9 feet of fabric
There are 5.4680665 yards in 5 meters of fabric. 5 meters x 1.0936133 yards/1 meter = 5.4680665 yards 1 meter = 1.0936133 yards
For a 4-inch depth you will need at least 7 cubic yards.
5 feet of fabric is 1 2/3 yards of fabric. 1 yard equals 3 feet.
About 3.3 yards.
There are 36 inches in one yard, so 108/36 = 3 yards, therefore Francine need another 9 yards of fabric.
If you have 6 yards (or 18 feet) of fabric and you need 14 feet (or 4 2/3 yards), you have 4 feet (or 1 1/3 yards) moe than you need.
it depends on the size of the quilt. Measure the top edge and side edge in yards and multiply the numbers together. This should give you the amount of yards needed
approx 6 yards
If your fabric is 60" wide, you'd need 2 & 2/3 yards.
You will need 7.1 square yards of fabric.
5,468.066 yards (1.09361 yards per meter).