Fat-quarter meaning

(textiles) A square piece of fabric measuring 50 centimetres along each side.
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Origin of fat-quarter

  • The piece is made by folding a metre-square piece of fabric into quarters and cutting along the folds; it is fat in comparison with a quarter of a metre off the roll, which would be a long thin piece only 25 centimetres wide.

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