# Question: How many 12 blocks does it take to make a king size quilt?

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## What size should I make a king size quilt?

New Quilt Sizes

Bed Size (mattress) Comforter Coverlet/Bedspread
Long Double (54×80) 82″ x 94″ 96″ x 113″
Queen (60×80) 88″ x 94″ 102″ x 113″
King (76×80) 104″ x 94″ 118″ x 113″
California King (74×84) 100″ x 98″ 114″ x 117″

## How many blocks do you need to make a quilt?

…you’ll need a quilt 14 blocks wide by 15 blocks long. Add a 1/4 inch binding on all sides and the finished measurement is 84-1/2″ by 90-1/2″. Same straight set, but now we’ve added a 1″ sashing strip (white with black cornerstones to make it easy to see) between all the blocks…

## How many blocks do I need calculator?

After you have found the square footage of both your wall and your block, determining the number of blocks you need is as simple as dividing the wall square footage by the block square footage. If you’re using a standard 16″ x 8″ x 8″ block, find the number of blocks needed by dividing the wall square footage by 0.89.

## How many feet is a king size blanket?

A Queen bed has a dimension of 152.5cm in width and 203.5cm in length (60 inches by 80 inches, or 4 feet 12 inches by 6 feet 8 inches) while the King bed has a dimension of 193cm in width and 203.5cm in length (76 inches by 80 inches, or 6 feet 4 inches by 6 feet 8 inches).

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## Can I quilt a king size quilt with a regular sewing machine?

Machine quilting it yourself…

Absolutely! But it will be harder than a queen size…than a twin…than a table runner… simply because of it’s size. … Machine quilting is fun and rewarding, and even more so when you give yourself the gift of the time to learn and practice.

## How much does it cost to quilt a king size quilt?

Average Hand Quilting Price List

Baby 36 x 36 \$350
Twin 63 x 87 \$600
Full 81 x 87 \$800
Queen 90 x 100 \$1300
King 110 x 110 \$1500

## What is the most common quilt block size?

Probably the most common size of quilt block (and definitely the most preferred of the FaveQuilts audience), the 12-inch size is great because it’s so versatile, and you’ve got plenty of space to show off your clever use of HSTs or fussy cut fabrics.