Two days ago I had a conversation with my sister Audy (she’s kinda popular around this blog lately, isn’t she?) about using sheets for sewing projects. She is making an owl toddler sleeping bag for a church activity, and told me she thought it was going to cost her about $150 to make. Crazy! I reminded her of all the cute things she could make for $150 and all the new Amy Butler fabric she could buy, and suggested that she use flannel sheets and cotton sheets instead of fabric by the bolt. Then of course we had a long discussion about how many sheets she would need, their sizes, etc. I was thinking about how it can be so annoying trying to figure out the conversion from fabric on the bolt to sheets. Wouldn’t it be nice to just have a chart to refer to instead of using those precious, and in my case, oh-so-few brain cells each and every time? Yes, it would, so I made a chart.
Content retrieved from: https://www.sewmuchado.com/2009/10/conversions-bed-sheets-to-fabric-yardage.html.