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Thread: Calculating yardage for quilts

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    this site hads charts that tell you how much yardage for all sizes of quilts. Info such as how many squares(sizes) per yard of fabric, strips per yard, etc. I found it really good info. You need to look at the bottom of page for J&O Fabric University. http://www.jandofabriccs.com/yardagecharts.awspx.

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    I searched and found the direct link


    http://www.jandofabrics.com/YardageCharts.aspx

    Quote Originally Posted by clem55
    this site hads charts that tell you how much yardage for all sizes of quilts. Info such as how many squares(sizes) per yard of fabric, strips per yard, etc. I found it really good info. You need to look at the bottom of page for J&O Fabric University. http://www.jandofabriccs.com/yardagecharts.awspx.

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    One of these days I'll learn how to type! How you doing Crafty?

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    Great tool. Thanks for sharing.

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    Thanks!

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    Thanks for the site, I got a lot of good information from it and maybe now I will not be getting so much extra material; although it does help me make a bigger stash!!!!

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    Thanks for sharing :)

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    Thanks for sharing a site with so much valuable information.

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    Thanks for the info. This will be a big help to me. I am new at quilting and have just been lost in the area of how much fabric to buy.

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    Thank you, and thank you crafty bear. God bless.

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    Thanks for posting the site, I bookmarked it. 8-)

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    That site was way cool. You guys don't know me but I have a problem with charts on line. I can't just bookmark it or print it straight from the website. I have to put it in a word program or spreadsheet. Yes, this is my burden...lol. While I was converting the charts from the website, I thought, others might benefit from my disease...lol. Please find attached the word doc based on the charts from the website. It can be opened in any word processing program. If you can't get it from the attachment, let me know and I will try sending it in a different format.

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