The Ultimate Guide To Quilt Sizes

Queen Mattress Dimensions. A queen-sized mattress measures approximately 60 inches wide by 80 inches long. The standard depth is 7 to 9 inches. Suggested Quilt Sizes. A byinch quilt allows for a inch drape on all sides and it is sized for use with a dust ruffle.

Then today, here I am looking for quilt demensions, and there it is!

Queen Mattress Dimensions. A queen-sized mattress measures approximately 60 inches wide by 80 inches long. The standard depth is 7 to 9 inches. Suggested Quilt Sizes. A byinch quilt allows for a inch drape on all sides and it is sized for use with a dust ruffle.
Quilts come in all shapes and sizes. As far as quilts are concerned, there is no “right” size. Some are square, some rectangular, some of mine have accidentally become rhombus in shape.
Deciding on what size quilt to make is a first step in planning a new project. Wall quilts can, of course be any size you choose. But, if you are making a quilt which will go on a bed you need to make decisions.
Queen Mattress Dimensions. A queen-sized mattress measures approximately 60 inches wide by 80 inches long. The standard depth is 7 to 9 inches. Suggested Quilt Sizes. A byinch quilt allows for a inch drape on all sides and it is sized for use with a dust ruffle.
Queen Mattress Dimensions. A queen-sized mattress measures approximately 60 inches wide by 80 inches long. The standard depth is 7 to 9 inches. Suggested Quilt Sizes. A byinch quilt allows for a inch drape on all sides and it is sized for use with a dust ruffle.
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Deciding on what size quilt to make is a first step in planning a new project. Wall quilts can, of course be any size you choose. But, if you are making a quilt which will go on a bed you need to make decisions.

When it comes to T-shirt quilts I have a couple tips. Next, some of those shirts may be jersey or a combination of jersey and cotton. For more info on sewing with stretchier fabrics, check out this post on quilting with jersey. I looked up a pattern and their Queen size was 88 x 88? I love your Triangle Jitters and for some crazy reason your largest size is Twin where clearly the pattern is screaming it needs to be on my Queen size.

However on the pattern info it says it comes with a cheat sheet to make any size. FYI I enjoy your Instagram feeds! Hi Lisa, The cheat sheet is mega simple because it helps you convert the half square triangles into any size.

You can use the cheat sheet in the pattern, or any of these three options found here — https: Hi may name is Marilyn and I was trying to find a place that could make me a quilt for a christmas gift this year. I am not sure where to even begin though and was hoping I could get some ideas and quotas? The quilt I was thinking of is a boise state broncos quilt. Hi Marilyn, I only make custom quilts that are based on my own quilt designs. If you send me an email, though, I could give you a list of other quilters who may be interested.

I want to make my son a quilt for Christmas. I have never made a quilt before, so I am not sure what to do. He has a queen size bed, but he is also almost, if not close, to 6 feet tall. Hi Patricia, I recommend piecing the quilt yourself and then hiring a longarm quilter to quilt it for you. You would send them the quilt top and backing fabric and then they baste it and use a huge sewing machine to quilt it.

The first few years I quilted, I exclusively hired longarm quilters. I still love sending my quilts to get quilted. There are so many good ones out there too. This quilt is an example of an all over quilted pattern done by Crinklelove — https: This Stars Hollow quilt, quilted by See Mary Quilt , is an example of what custom longarm quilting can look like. I am a beginner, and I signed up for a class where we are making a specific quilt. I chose it because the quilt looks like it uses several skills I need to know.

I know I could add more border to the sides, but I think it will be perfect for the sofa in our RV, so all is good. Thanks again for your very helpful chart! That is a quilt for the long and narrow! Looking at the top quilt in the picture at the top of the post, is there a name or a pattern to it? Thank you; I very much like your website. Last night at the quilt guild meeting our guest speaker, Tim Latimer, was talking about one of the quilt tops he rescued. Then today, here I am looking for quilt demensions, and there it is!

Your email address will not be published. The product is already in the wishlist! Extra Long Twin eg. All the info you need about sewing machines! A Quick Quilt History. You wanted a visual? The Medallion Immigrants to America brought framed medallion style quiltmaking techniques with them. A Rich Quilting Heritage. Instagram — love it or hate it? February 14, at 7: February 14, at 9: February 9, at 6: March 18, at 8: March 29, at 4: May 23, at 9: February 15, at 2: February 22, at 2: March 31, at 3: April 8, at 1: May 15, at Oh, and loved your post too……????

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Know of any source I can go to? October 27, at October 28, at 7: Who is a reputable quilter to finish Quilt tops. June 4, at 5: June 4, at October 29, at 4: December 29, at 2: December 30, at Will the quilt have to cover pillows at the top? Quilt book authors have different opinions on the sizes of quilts for different standard bed sizes. I've gone through a number of quilt books and have collected some of the numbers for you to compare. First, what size are the standard mattresses: Crib mattress sizes vary, check on the new baby's bed size if you can.

Also, don't forget to think about the height of the mattress as well. This will affect how much overhang you choose to add. Making a quilt requires knowing the appropriate size to make the quilt for the bed.

Basic standard sizes used for different sized beds make it easier to make a quilt to the appropriate length and width. Once the quilt dimensions are established, selecting the appropriate amount of fabric for the project is a matter of using the measurements for the quilt. The quilter making a crib quilt can work within a small range of sizes.

Length measurements should range between 54 inches and 60 inches. When making a quilt for a crib, a slightly longer quilt is a good option. The width should measure around 36 inches for crib quilts. A standard size for a crib measures about 36 inches by 60 inches. A twin mattress comes in two sizes, twin and twin XL. A regular twin mattress measures 39 inches by 75 inches.

After deciding which quilt size best fits your bed, add approximately 6"-8" to both width and length measurements to determine the batting and backing sizes that you'll need to finish your own quilts. Suggested Standard Quilt Sizes for Beds. Our suggested quilt size dimensions are based in most cases on a mattress depth of 15″. No extra length is included for a pillow tuck. Quilting, if moderate to heavy, may reduce the finished size of your quilt by 1″ to 3″ or more and should be considered when planning the finished size of your quilt. Quilts come in all shapes and sizes. As far as quilts are concerned, there is no “right” size. Some are square, some rectangular, some of mine have accidentally become rhombus in shape.