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Width of Fabric Yardage Conversion Calculator

The Width of Fabric Yardage Conversion Calculator calculates the amount of yardage of fabric 2 that is equivalent in size to the yardage of fabric 1 when both fabrics have different widths of fabric. The calculator rounds up the calculated yardage for fabric 2 to the nearest 0.1 yard.

Please be careful in using this calculator! Just because the overall sizes of fabric 1 and fabric 2 are the same does NOT mean that they will both work equally well for your intended use. This is because your use may require or assume that some or all of the pieces to be cut from the yardage must be of a minimum size. As an example, if you want to see how much yardage you need for a quilt backing using standard 44" fabric and extra-wide backing fabric (typically, about 108"), you should use the backing calculator - once specifying 44" for the width of fabric and again specifying 108" for the width of fabric.

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Enter the yardage for fabric 1 and its width of fabric, then enter the width of fabric for fabric 2. Click on the Calculate button and the yardage for fabric 2 will be calculated and displayed.

Fabric 1 Yardage
(decimal form)
E.g., 2.25
Width of Fabric 1
inches (integer)
Width of Fabric 2
inches (integer)
Fabric 2 Yardage
(decimal form)
      Calculated and rounded up to nearest 0.1 yard

This calculator is designed and copyrighted by Quilter's Paradise. It is available free to use strictly for non-commercial, personal purposes only. Quilter's Paradise makes no warranty or representation as to the calculator's quality, performance or accuracy, and, in no event, will be liable for any damages resulting from its use. When calculating the amount of fabric required, the calculators calculate what is needed given the information provided. The user of the calculator is responsibile for determining if they want to add additional "just in case" fabric to the calculation and, if so, how much. The user assumes the entire risk as to the calculator's quality, performance and accuracy.

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