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How much fabric is required for a shirt

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I have been told that one needs 2.25 yards of 60" fabric for a shirt. How much is needed if the width is 45" and 36 inch. Anyone?
post #2 of 7
If you are a standard size. 60"--2 yards 45" 2 1/2 yards 36" 3 yards large plaids, french cuffs, and fly fronts might need a little more.
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Let's say I had two separate lengths of the same (solid color) cloth, each 60" by 40" - could a shirt be made from them, or would it need to be one continuous length of cloth?
post #4 of 7
Should be no problem. Is it plain goods. Not a twill? Carl
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Yeah, just a broadcloth. Thanks.
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Let's say I had two separate lengths of the same (solid color) cloth, each 60" by 40" - could a shirt be made from them
Assuming they are from the same dye lot.
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Let's say I had two separate lengths of the same (solid color) cloth, each 60" by 40" - could a shirt be made from them
Assuming they are from the same dye lot.  
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