##### Asked by: Charita Salvany

asked in category: General Last Updated: 1st February, 2020# How do you measure a quilt back?

**Quilt**:

**backing**. Take your

**backing**length

**measurement**and multiply it by the number of WOFs you need. 74″ x 2 = 148″ This is how many inches of fabric you need. Now, divide that number by 36″ to get how much yardage you need.

Simply so, what do you use to back a quilt?

**Quilt backing** is the bottom layer of a **quilt** sandwich . They can be made from large cuts of coordinating fabric (such as 44"-wide quilting cotton ) that are stitched together to fit your **quilt**, or they can be cut down from 90" or 108" cuts of quilting cotton that are specially designed for **backing** large projects.

Beside above, what is a standard quilt size? **Standard Quilt Sizes** Baby. ? 30" x 40" (very approximate) Crib/Toddler. 45" x 60"

In this way, what are common quilt sizes?

**Suggested Quilt Size**

- Crib/Toddler. 27″ x 52″ 36″ x 60″
- Youth. 33″ x 66″ 54″ x 78″
- Twin/Single. 39″ x 75″ 70″ x 90″
- XL Twin. 39″ x 76″ 70″ x 90″
- Full/Double. 54″ x 75″ 84″ x 90″
- Queen. 60″ x 80″ 90″ x 95″
- King. 76″ x 80″ 108″ x 95″
- California King. 72″ x 84″ 102″ x 100″

How big is a queen size quilt in inches?

**Queen** — **Queen**-**size quilts** usually measure around 99 **inches** / 252cm by 108 **inches** / 274cm.