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Thread: measurments of quilts

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    I know I've seen it on here before but I can not find it.

    Can someone post the measurements ?? X ?? for crib, twin, full, queen and king??

    Thanks I'd appreciate it.

    Kyia

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    Bed...Mattress...Quilts
    Crib... 27 x 52... 45 x 60
    Twin... 39 x 75... 66 x 90
    Full ... 54 x 75... 76 x 96
    Queen... 60 x 80... 90 x 108
    Ca. King... 76 x 90... 120 x 120
    King... 76 x 80... 120 x 120

    This is a chart I got somewhere, I think maybe it's the one that was posted here. I'd copied and pasted into a word document. I hope this is what you meant.

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    bj, thank you so much!!


    Kyia

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    You are very welcome.

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    We have a queen size bed and the matterss is much thicker than it use to be. You might want to measure if this is the size you will be doing to make sure that the quilt hangs over the mattress far enough (that is if it will be used in place of the bedspread or ocmforter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vicki reno
    We have a queen size bed and the matterss is much thicker than it use to be. You might want to measure if this is the size you will be doing to make sure that the quilt hangs over the mattress far enough (that is if it will be used in place of the bedspread or ocmforter.
    When I make a quilt that is what I do... I measure the mattress and add how far down that I want it to hang on the sides..

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    I'm so glad y'all thought of the deeper mattresses. I've never made a bed quilt, so I had forgotten about how thick some of the mattresses are now. And I don't know if those measurements I found reflect that.

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    http://www.nmia.com/~mgdesign/qor/begin/bedmeas.htm

    I like this site.

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