## Inches to Yards Converter

When it comes to measuring length, two commonly used units are inches (in) and yards (yd). Understanding the relationship between these two units and how to convert between them is valuable in various fields, including sewing, construction, and everyday measurements. In this post, we will explore the inches to yards conversion and provide a convenient inches to yards length converter.

Inches to Yards Length Converter

## Inches to Yards Converter

Type a value in the Inches field to convert the value to Yards:

Yards:

### What is an Inch (in)?

An inch is a unit of length commonly used in the United States and some other countries that follow the imperial system of measurements. It is often used for measuring small lengths, such as the dimensions of paper, fabric, or small objects. Key points about inches:

• One foot contains 12 inches.
• One yard contains 36 inches.
• It is used for precise measurements in various applications, including carpentry and crafting.

### What is a Yard (yd)?

A yard is a unit of length primarily used in the United States and a few other countries that follow the imperial system. It is typically used for measuring medium-sized distances, such as the length of a football field or fabric rolls. Key points about yards:

• One yard contains 3 feet.
• It is commonly used in construction, landscaping, and sports.

### Converting Inches to Yards

Converting lengths from inches to yards is a straightforward process. The conversion factor is:

1 yard (yd) = 36 inches (in)

To convert inches to yards, you simply divide the length in inches by the conversion factor:

Yards (yd) = Inches (in) / 36

For example, if you have a length of 72 inches and you want to convert it to yards:

Yards (yd) = 72 inches / 36 = 2 yards

So, 72 inches is equal to 2 yards.

Inch To Yard Conversion Table

 Inches (in)  Yards (yd) 1            0.02778 2            0.05556 3            0.08333 4            0.11111 5            0.13889 6            0.16667 7            0.19444 8            0.22222 9            0.25 10           0.27778 11           0.30556 12           0.33333 13           0.36111 14           0.38889 15           0.41667 16           0.44444 17           0.47222 18           0.5 19           0.52778 20           0.55556 21           0.58333 22           0.61111 23           0.63889 24           0.66667 25           0.69444 26           0.72222 27           0.75 28           0.77778 29           0.80556 30           0.83333 31           0.86111 32           0.88889 33           0.91667 34           0.94444 35           0.97222 36           1 37           1.02778 38           1.05556 39           1.08333 40           1.11111 41           1.13889 42           1.16667 43           1.19444 44           1.22222 45           1.25 46           1.27778 47           1.30556 48           1.33333 49           1.36111 50           1.38889 51           1.41667 52           1.44444 53           1.47222 54           1.5 55           1.52778 56           1.55556 57           1.58333 58           1.61111 59           1.63889 60           1.66667 61           1.69444 62           1.72222 63           1.75 64           1.77778 65           1.80556 66           1.83333 67           1.86111 68           1.88889 69           1.91667 70           1.94444 71           1.97222 72           2 73           2.02778 74           2.05556 75           2.08333 76           2.11111 77           2.13889 78           2.16667 79           2.19444 80           2.22222 81           2.25 82           2.27778 83           2.30556 84           2.33333 85           2.36111 86           2.38889 87           2.41667 88           2.44444 89           2.47222 90           2.5 91           2.52778 92           2.55556 93           2.58333 94           2.61111 95           2.63889 96           2.66667 97           2.69444 98           2.72222 99           2.75 100          2.77778

Understanding the relationship between inches and yards is valuable in various fields, from sewing and crafting to construction and sports. Whether you’re a seamstress, builder, or simply someone who needs to convert between these two units, knowing how to do so is a practical skill to have.