How much fabric do you need to make a pillow?

A finished standard pillowcase should measure about 22.5 inches by 31.5 inches, allowing for fill depth, seaming and an approximate 4-inch hem. One yard of 45-inch-wide fabric should be enough to make one standard case, if the material is preshrunk.

How much fabric do I need for 2 throw pillows?

If you just want 2 pillows, you’ll need 1.3 yards (1.2 meters). If your fabric is 58″ wide (1.47 meters), you’ll need 1.9 yards (1.8 meters) to make 3 20×20″ pillows. If you just want 2 pillows, you’ll need 1.3 yards (1.2 meters).

How much fabric do I need to make a 18×18 pillow?

All you need is half a yard of 45 inch wide fabric to sew an 18 inch pillow cover.

How much fabric do I need to make a 16×16 pillow?

fabric {1/2 yard is good for a 16 X 16 or smaller pillow}

How many yards of fabric do I need for a 24 pillow?

Basic Square Pillow

SIZE Fabric Repeat: 0″ TRIM
20″ 2/3 yd 2 1/3 yds
22″ 2/3 yd 2 1/2 yds
24″ 2/3 yd 2 3/4 yds
27″ 3/4 yd 3 1/4 yds

What is the standard pillow size?

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Standard King
Dimensions (Width x Length) 20” x 26” 20” x 36”
Best For Side and stomach sleepers, since they tend to squish or bunch their pillow Shoppers looking for a size that will fit multiple bed sizes Those with king or California king mattresses Back sleepers, especially those with broader shoulders
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What size fabric do I need for a 16 inch pillow?

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Dimensions (Length by Width) Amount of Fabric Needed for 1 Pillow Cover (Using 54-inch Wide Fabric with No Pattern Matching)
14 x 14 inches 1/2 yard
16 x 16 inches 1/2 yard
18 x 18 inches 5/8 yard
20 x 20 inches 3/4 yard