Finally … by popular demand, I have for you how to fold a fitted sheet. You see … I’ve been putting it off. Why? Because it’s kind of hard to translate on video without an entire video crew, several cameras and a jug of Creme de Menthe.
I believe I have captured the gist of it for you. Observe … How to Fold a Fitted Sheet.
O.K. Yes. I now realize after watching the video a few times that for the majority of it, you can’t actually see me fold a fitted sheet. Which as far as how-to videos go, is pretty stupid. But, I think you got the important parts.
So, to recap, basically all you’re doing is pinching the tips of all 4 corners of the sheet and allowing the excess fabric to fold inward. This creates a perfect rectangle. Like so …
I’ve taken the liberty of including this photograph to help compensate for my sucky video where you can’t actually see me fold much of the sheet.
How to Fold a Fitted Sheet
Quick tutorial on how to fold a fitted sheet.
Then all you have to do is fold it up like a regular sheet. You know, fold it over until the edges meet, repeat, repeat. Maybe even repeat again. Smooth it out with your hands and glance at it lovingly. Walk it upstairs with the reverence you’d use for carrying your country’s flag. Then … let it sit in on your dresser for an hour or two until you change the sheets, unfold all of your hard work and get em wrinkly again.
Personally, with all the hard work this folding business involves I’m beginning to think all linen closets should have glass doors with pot lights inside.
There’s another way to deal with fitted sheets. Which I’m going to tell you about in the near future. So go have a glass of Creme De Menthe and I’ll see you here tomorrow.
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