How to Fold a Fitted Sheet
Part II

Yes.  It’s true.  I have once again tackled the greatest puzzle known to mankind.  A puzzle more intriguing than the great pyramids, more mysterious than Stonehenge and more frustrating than the success of any woman who is famous for having a sex tape.

How to fold a fitted sheet.

If you’ve been around here longer than ohhhhh a couple of months, you may be familiar with my first attempt at  How to Fold a Fitted Sheet .  It was a great success!   Just to be clear, I’m measuring success in terms of entertainment value  here.  In terms of actual, you know “success”, it wasn’t very … successful.  It was more of an unsuccess.

So for the past 2 months I’ve been in training.  I’ve experimented, investigated and scoured the Internet for every folding a fitted sheet technique possible.  I ate right, got plenty of rest and drank 8 glasses of  water a day.  The result?

I gained 4 pounds, and peed a lot.

In between eating and peeing I figured out not only the easiest way to fold a fitted sheet, but also the technique that was the easiest to learn.  I tested this technique by making my mother watch me do it once.  Betty was then handed the ceremonial fitted sheet and asked to do what I just did.  It was a success.  An actual success.


Yes, there are more ways to do this.  Yes, they all work.  But this one is the easiest to teach, the easiest to learn and the easiest to remember.  I want you all to go and fold a fitted sheet.  RIGHT NOW.  Or at your earliest convenience.  Then report back!  I need to know this video was a success.

Now if you’ll all excuse me, I have a pyramid to finish building.  (I completed the sex tape last year and figuring out Stonehenge seems like more of a summer project)


Update:  For everyone wondering  this technique works as well for sheets with elastic all the way around.  I tested it.  Works perfectly!


  1. Marti says:

    Yeah, but so when is Paula Abdul going to teach us how to fold a sheet?

  2. Christina says:

    It looks so simple!!! I have to try this instead of laying it out on my bed and running around to fold each side

  3. Whitney says:

    I don’t know if its because the sheet I have is so soft and floppy but I had a very difficult time with the end of the folding process. I took your “do whatever you have to do to get this sheet folded just do it” instructions quite literally. Didn’t go quite as smoothly as yours but it was folded much more nicely than any fitted sheet I’ve ever folded, so I am going to call it a success.

  4. itchbay says:

    I love that your name is Karen and your mother’s name is Betty. That’s my name, and my mom’s name too. You’re much cooler than I am. I’m not going to compare our mothers, because my mom is seriously kick-ass.

    Also, folding fitted sheets was something I learned very young. Or maybe I devised it on my own. I’ve always been a pretty meticulous linen folder. I put myself through college (two semesters, at least) working at a Linens and More, which is like a poor cousin of Linens and Things. I would hide in the back from the terrible customers and fold towels for the display wall for hours. It was surprisingly meditative.

  5. Stacy says:

    hmph. I knew there was a better way than just wadding it into a ball and shoving it into the linen closet.
    I really want to try this. I do. Buuuutttt….it’s late and the the linen closet is all the way over there. I WILL try this tomorrow. Kinda excited about it too. I will report back at my earliest convenience.

  6. Nicole says:

    ok, the step ball change was awesome. and so is your accent!

    • Karen says:

      Accent? ACCENT???!!!! I have no accent! I’m from the part of the world that speaks like they do on television! Well, except for the word “house” and “out” apparently. ~ karen!

  7. Heather says:

    Excellent! When I watched your last sheet-folding video I thought to my self, “I can’t believe Karen doesn’t do it the easy way!” I’m glad to see you’ve figured it out… and are hydrated.

  8. Lucy says:

    Yup, that’s what I was talking about. It becomes automatic after a time or two and you no longer have to do the “step, ball, change” movement to get it right. It was one of the things my mother taught me as she prepared me to go off to college. I’m sure it was so I wouldn’t look like the country bumpkin I am. Other students thought it was a great idea and I found a whole new following as the “sheet girl.” Not sure if that’s better than “country bumpkin.” Can you believe I was never invited to join a sorority???

  9. kate says:

    Very, very nice – Please, now I want to see the video demonstrating how to fold the fitted sheet that has ELASTIC all the way around it! — Thanks ahead of time

    • Karen says:

      Kate – Exact same way! I tested it and it works perfectly with those sheets. I have one of those dreaded sheets too! ~ karen!

      • Nathalie says:

        Those all elastic sheets always confuse me. It takes me a few tries to put them on the mattress proper. Which one is the long side and which one is the short side meh.

  10. Gayla T says:

    I certainly hope you did not do away with Sheet Folding 101. That, my dear, needs to go into the annuls of sheet folding history right beside Lucille Ball’s teaching tape on making chocolates. The chocolate makers had nothing to benefit from as the sheet makers did not in your case but the day will come when people who watch that old Lucy show will turn to one another with tears in their eyes and say, “That was good but you should have seen Karen fold sheets.” Instructional videos are a dime a dozen but high class, sophisticated humor is a rare commodity.

  11. Violet says:

    One of my best friends has been helping me as a personal assistant for years. Random chores, errands, dog walking, whatever I happen to need help with on days she comes. She used to fold fitted sheets perfectly into squares that came out the exact same size as the flat sheets. A few years ago, she suffered a brain aneurysm. She’s recovered, thankfully, but has some residual problems as a result (for instance, she has some blind spots in one eye and her coordination isn’t what it used to be). After she got better, I asked her to show me how she folded fitted sheets because I always envied how perfectly they came out, and she can’t remember how she did it! It’s destined to remain an unsolved mystery like the lost secret of Stonehenge or Easter island or something! If she’d only had the foresight to make a how-to video, it could have saved the world and there would be no more wars or famine and and life would be all cotton candy clouds and flying pink unicorns, but now it’s lost to us forever! Now her folded fitted sheets look like the rest of us mortals’ — a mass of fabric bunched into a wonky blobby wad.

  12. Julee says:

    I wonder if I can convince my husband to watch this. He’s master of the laundry until sheets are involved. Then intimidating law enforcement man becomes a big, fat chicken. (No offense to your chickens.) He’s not afraid of guns, but he is afraid of the fitted sheet. He’ll likely be more comfortable learning the step, ball change part of this video.

  13. marilyn says:

    you crack me up..can’t say i was running to fold a fitted sheet but the next time i do have to fold one i will give it the old college try..

  14. Melissa says:

    That was amazing, Karen. I don’t have time to try this before I go to work today but I will definitely try this later!

    Hopefully this video will help stem the tide of tragedies related to fitted sheets:,27286/

  15. Emily says:

    That was absolutely amazing – you put Martha Stewart to shame! Thank you for sharing this, I usually just roll mine b/c I thought it was impossible to fold them flat (unless you’re a machine). Side note – I wish they did exercise videos from behind, they would be so much easier to follow.

  16. Jules says:

    your video is perfect Karen- great instruction- even on the dance moves! I remember my mother telling me how to do it this way – way back when. Fortunately for me, my husband does most of the laundry- and he rolls them into a coordinated ball in our linen closet..but I don’t care..I hate laundry so I let him do it that way

  17. Alexandra says:

    Way to fold that…



    …fitted sheet.

  18. Nicole2 says:

    I’m glad that I’m not the only one struggling with learning this process. I first learned with Martha’s Homekeeping Handbook and still didn’t perfect it. With this video, I think I can get closer. I love to look at a nicely organized linen closet. It makes me happy. I’m sad that way.

  19. Barbie says:

    In my younger years I worked for a hotel in Santa Cruz and sometimes in the laundry room folding sheets….I have never seen a sheet folded “this” perfectly. Very good job Karen….especially the dance moves….It would be so awesome if Paula Abdul watched your video and herself learned how to fold a fitted sheet.

  20. Denise says:

    Ug. I have been trying to perfect this for a while. I can never get it to look like it should. They say after you fold the sheets and matching pillow cases to open one pillow case and place the sheets in there to stack neatly on the shelf….I have a ball of sheets in a pillow case. :/
    I will keep trying……

  21. Debbie A says:

    Maybe I won’t be rolling them in a messy ball now… will try this weekend and let you know.

    They drive me crazy.

  22. Pat Gibson says:

    OMG! You are marvelous!! I have been trying to properly fold a fitted sheet FOR YEARS!!!
    I have been fitting corners to corners, but not the way you did it one the video. It must have been the step ball change that made the difference! The really scary part is that I want to get out every misfolded fitted sheet I own and to REFOLD ALL OF THEM! Isn’t that frightening?
    I don’t feel too bad about being in my 50s and finally learning this. We have a 91 year old friend, a retired rocket scientist, who has been on this same quest. (I’m not kidding about the rocket scientist part!) George asked my husband, an engineer, to help him figure it out. Now Keith does many things well, but he is totally out of his realm when cooking or laundry is involved. I just can’t wait to show them it can BE DONE!
    Yep, it’s the Step Ball Change that makes the difference!!

  23. Thank you so much for sharing… so when is Paula is going to show how to fold the sheets….

  24. I think this is a lot better than your last lesson! I’m going to get a sheet and try it now!!!!!

  25. Rose says:

    Done and done! However, I’m in the same boat as Whitney. My “ends” didn’t fold as nicely as yours. Still kinda floppy in the middle. Oh well practice practice practice!!!

    • Karen says:

      Rose – Try again. You’ll do fine. Just pull the excess in until it’s straight, flatten it down with your hands and fold. (you probably have sheets with elastic all the way around … they’re puffier) I just did one like that last night and it worked perfectly, so I have faith you can do it. ~ karen

  26. Karen says:

    I must comment because my name is Karen & my Mother’s name is also Betty!! Maybe it is a rule that all Betty’s name one of their children Karen??
    Anyway, I always though it would be a test for marriage to see if I could fold a fitted sheet!! I’m prett good at it now but also now don’t care!!

  27. Mary says:

    Would like to see a video on how to fold a fitted sheet with elastic all around. I just end up wadded it up and shoving it in the linen closet.

    • Karen says:

      Mary – The exact same way. This method works perfectly with elastic all the way around sheets. I’ve tried it myself to make sure. ~ karen

  28. Very Nice!!!! I believe you’ve got it!!!

  29. christine says:

    I have a wedding to go to this June.Could you please make a cool dance video.To teach me, not to show at the wedding!

  30. Teri says:

    I do it almost the same way except that I do both corners on both ends then marry the two ends together. Not as much thinking involved and it comes out the same….only easier…try it…

    • Karen says:

      Teri – I have tried it and it actually doesn’t come out quite the same. It’s not as neat and believe it or not, not as easy. Try this … you’ll be hooked. Honestly. ~ karen

    • Alissa says:

      Me too, Teri. I don’t know about this whole “find a corner but hold the wrong side then find a corner but hold the right side” bit. Seems too confusing for me. I’ll give it a shot, Karen, but I’m pretty happy with the pair + pair technique.

      • Karen says:

        LOL. Trust me. It’s easy. All you need to know is you touch the seam on the 3rd corner and don’t touch the seam on the 4th. If I *didn’t* tell you that little tip, it would be confusing! Voila. ~ karen

  31. Deb says:

    Being a devoted follower of your sheet folding video’s I must commend you on the decision to take the bold step (ball-change) of filming away from the golden artichokes(see How to Fold a Fitted Sheet Part 1). Having substituted a vase for the lack of golden artichokes (please don’t try this at home)it was getting pretty expensive to fold sheets around here. I have found using an empty Campbell’s tomato soup can to be an inexpensive substitute for the artichokes, but certainly not as pleasing to the eye.

    Just an FYI @Karen & Karen & Betty & Betty, NO it is NOT a rule, however it is highly recommended that all Bettys name one of their children Karen…it just helps avoid a lot of confusion. My mom’s name was Betty. My name isn’t Karen, my mom was a renegade…she used flat sheets on the bottom and avoided the whole fitted sheet issue.

    • Karen says:

      Hahhhh! ~ karen (btw … my sheets from Rough Linen are just that … 2 flat sheets. One for bottom, one for top. Works GREAT.)

  32. Karena says:

    Bravo Karena and Thank you so so much!! I cannot believe it has taken me this long to learn how to fold a fitted sheet!


    Art by Karena

  33. Louise says:

    Where were you yesterday when I was swearing while folding my sheets? lol I might unfold them just to try, although I might have to play the video a few times first, not sure I got it all. Plus, you’re either much taller than me or you took a single bed sheet. I was struggling with a queen size bed sheet… Ok, I interrupted myself writing and went to try lol I think I skipped a step as I tucked in the two opposite corners at the same time at the end, not sure what I did… But I have to say, it worked really nicely 🙂 I should have videotaped it haha!

  34. Louise says:

    After reading Teri’s comment, I think I did it like her. It was as neat, I swear.

    • Karen says:

      If you can manage to get two corners in one hand and shove them inside the other corner it would be fine, but if you grab the 2 last corners and just put everything together as opposed to snugging all the corners inside one another it isn’t quite the same because you end up with 2 edges at the top as opposed to 1. Does that make sense? Or do I need to make a video? LOL! NOOOOO. No more fitted sheet videos. ~ karen

      • Louise says:

        I think I understand what you mean. Let’s put it that way, I’m pretty sure I ended up with the same square you ended up with at the end when you said it was almost folded and you finished it on the table. There were no bulges when it was completely folded, it was surprisingly flat.

  35. AmieM says:

    Great video, thanks! Now take your spare sheets, and put them in the matching pillowcase. All ready to go!

  36. Ann says:

    I have never had the problem of folding fitted sheets. Seems I get one set of sheets that really fit a bed and I just take them off, wash them and put them right back on til they are so worn out that I have to go replace that set. I always swear I will get 2 sets at a time but I am never brave enough. I feel like I have to take the new set home and make sure they really fit and go thru the washer and dryer well enough before I buy a 2nd set. Then of course, I find tons of other things to spend my money on.

  37. ev says:

    What fun! I have been folding like this for awhile (married for gee, let me see, um, 45 freakin’ years), but mine (sheets) don’t look as flat as yours. Oh well. Thanks for the video, Karen.

  38. Jenna says:

    Holy smokes, batman, you’ve cracked the code! Thank you!

  39. Larita says:

    My God, woman, you crack me up. I don’t have a problem folding my fitted sheets, but this looks like it would be easier once I did it a few times. I’d currently have to go unfold a fitted sheet to refold it and, really, I just don’t have that much time on my hands.

  40. Heather says:

    Hi Karen. Just to add to the challenge, I folded a fitted flannel double (or full) sheet with elastic all around.

    Couldn’t make it more awkward, but it worked!!
    Except, it didn’t fit the shelf in my linen closet beside 2 other pairs. 🙁

    BUT, I figured it out — I folded it in half the other way, so it is longer and narrower. Then when I folded it in thirds, it was wider and shorter than your narrower and longer one. Confusing, I know, but it fits in the closet! YAY!!

    I’m going to try to teach my husband! He always leaves the fitted sheets to me — he does the pillow cases, and helps with the flat sheet.

    By the way, I’m 68, and there were no fitted sheets when I was a child. We used flat on top and on the bottom, with hospital corners to keep it tidy. Much easier to fold!! When a sheet got worn in the middle, Mum would cut it lengthwise, and sew the edges together to make a new middle.

    A great big thank you for demonstrating with your back to the camera — so helpful 🙂

  41. Marie says:

    Hi Karen, my mom (also Betty by the way) taught me to iron my sheets so they’ll take up less room in the linen closet and are nice and crisp when you need them. They’re also easier to fold when pressed and ironing is relaxing for me. Video looks complicated to me but I’ll try it!
    Way back when I had dance lessons, it was step-ball-chain (you mimic having a ball and chain attached to your leg).

  42. Susan says:

    Nope, not the end of the folded sheet videos.

    Can you show me how to fold a FLANNEL KING SIZE sheet OUTSIDE. (With your back to the camera, of course.)

    I hang my laundry outside. You should see me dance and wad my way to the basket so the sheet won’t touch the ground….

    Thank you Karen!!

  43. Allyson says:

    All this training can be avoided by not having extra sheets. Wash them, put them back on. No folding, no storing.
    OR, do as I do, use a larger flat sheet as a bottom sheet (King size flat on queen bed) and tuck on all sides – saves the gymnastics required for putting a fitted sheet, particularly a shrunken one, onto the 4 corners of a mattress.

  44. Amanda says:

    That almost makes me want to go home and fold my wadded up, king-sized bed sheets. Almost.
    OK, OK, I know I need to. 😛


  45. carey says:

    Oh my gosh, that was both informative and hilarious! I can’t wait to share your video!

  46. Evalyn says:

    While I admire your perseverance AND your ability to step ball-change while folding a sheet, I.AM.NOT.FOLDING.FITTED.SHEETS. Period.

  47. Jane says:

    The more I watch your videos the more I realize I have seen you before.
    On T.v Perhaps?

    • Karen says:

      Jane – Yes. That’s my *actual* job. I’m a television host and writer. I was on CFMT in between the Jerry Springer show and David Letterman etc., MuchMoreMusic, W Network hosting a makeover show, HGTV hosting various shows and back to W Network for a few shows. And some other stuff in between. ~ karen

  48. Andrea T says:

    The way I go is slightly longer, but the end result is the same. All my fitted sheets also have lots of elastic. 🙁

    I do 2 corner sets separately and then bring them together. I kind of figured it out myself in a moment of anguish about two years ago. Can’t believe I didn’t figure it out before!

  49. Stonehenge has been figured out, didn’t you know? And I stood in the middle of the henge for sunrise on the winter solstice of the millenium and sang the gayatra mantra (ignoring the Druids), and if iI hadn’t the world would have gone into a dark place…

    Are you still using fitted sheets Karen?

    • Karen says:

      No ma’m. No more fitted sheets. (I mentioned that in one of the comments. I thought I’d still need a set of regular sheets to use in between washings of your sheets but … I just wash yours and put them back on the bed immediately. 🙂 ~ karen!

  50. Chrys says:

    You are a genius. A very funny genius. I never realized how much the dishevelment of my fitted sheets bothered me until I watched your video. Now they are kempt. I thank you.

  51. Pati says:

    Not to toot my own horn,but my momma taught me how to fold a fitted sheet just like this when I was but a wee lass…. ;o) I will say that she NEVER taught me your dance steps tho so on that merit ALONE, I found your video IMMENSELY informative! ;o)))

  52. Anemone says:

    Ok…this is my report. I did it Karen.! I folded it just like yours. Your video was great and entertaining too. So Success! I only had the one with the elastic band all around at the time. But it worked. I was confused at first cause my red sheet was like a big puff all round. I had no idea it was gonna come together. But it worked!The big red puff is gone.

    • Karen says:

      Excellent! It’s kind of pathetic but all I want to do is show people how to do this now. I’m thinking of going out on the street and doing it. ~ karen

  53. Nancy says:

    OK..I was out of town all I promise to try it tomorrow..I wanted to see Betty do it..very tired ..must sleep now..zzzzz

  54. Maji says:

    You are a genius! One, you keep it simple. Two, you keep it funny! And three, you give us fans skills to solved problems. Thank you!

  55. carolmcc says:

    after finally treating yourself to those nice linen sheets, you do realize of course, that the REALLY easy way to fold a fitted sheet is not to own any…off the bed, into the wash, back on the bed…sometimes owning multiples of things is more of a pain in the a** than having just one that you must deal with immediately. kinda like husbands/significant others.

    • Karen says:

      carolmcc – Yes, I only use 2 flat sheets now. (the 2 linen sheets from Rough Linen) I figured out and did the video of the fitted sheets because most people do own them and fold them. Or try to fold them. Or scrunch them. So basically I did it all for you guys. Because I’m selfless that way. I might do a post on chocolate cake for everyone. Because I’m so selfless. ~ karen

  56. Elle says:

    It works! When I saw the video I just had to drop everything (luckily I was in front of the desktop and not with the laptop) and go fold a fitted sheet.

    Works like magic!

    And you are so sweet in the video! (may I say you are sweet or is that a breech of blogger-reader contract?)

    Now you must do a video about washing the dishes and cleaning the kitchen to make me run and do that, too.

    Have a great weekend!

  57. magali says:

    I really thought that we would get to see Betty folding the sheet at the end of the video. I am a little disappointed.

  58. Sherri says:

    You nailed it, Karen! I’ve been folding fitted sheets like this for years, but I can’t remember how I learned to do it this way. When I watched your first “how to fold a fitted sheet” video, I really did mean to let you know there was a better way, but I couldn’t figure out how to tell you what that way was so I let it go. Yeah, I’ve been called lazy before so go ahead and let me have it. Just know how proud I am of you right now, Blondie! 🙂 And I agree with magali—now we need to see Betty do it.

  59. Bols says:

    I just watched on a computer with no sound and I am impressed. I have watch it again on my laptop at home, mainly to hear if Karen is explaining the few dancy moves she made during the video. 🙂
    It made me think of my Zumba classes.

  60. Candace Hamilton says:

    This is very close to how my Granny taught us to fold fitted sheets. We were barely teenagers, if even that, when she taught us…therefore, ANYONE can do it! The first step of folding the one end into the other in the left hand was pretty much the same (folding with the inside of the seams together on the inside of the fold). Then she had us do the same thing with the other two ends in our right hand. Next, we would take the right hand and slide it over the left hand depositing those ends (together) over the ends already on the left hand (instead of going to the inside and then the outside with each end) so that all the corner seams aligned along the top of the right hand…one on top of the other. The rest of the steps were basically the same as yours (we folded in halves only, not in thirds at the end). Afterwards, we would fold the top sheet the same way ( hot-dog like) so both sheets end up folded to be the same size, leaving the last fold undone… then we took the fitted sheet and folded pillow cases and put them inside the top sheet and made the last fold around them. No more hunting to find the proper sheets to make the bed…they are already bundled together. Easy-peasy!! She would also fold lavender sachets in with each set. Her sheets always smelled so wonderful! Mmmm…crawling into bed, relaxing smell of lavender, all your cares just melting away…makes me sleepy just thinking about it! I still make sachets from those wedding rice bags you can buy at wedding stores (some Walmart stores still carry them too)…although, I sometimes switch out the potpourri inside for a different smell. I’ve even tucked a Bounce dryer sheet inside instead of the sachet! By the way, I absolutely LOVE your website…I find myself perusing it for hours! One of these days I’m going to get off of it long enough to clean my house, teach my cats to use the toilet, and get crafty! =)

  61. Jamieson Cochrane says:

    I’ve decided that the easiest way to fold a fitted sheet is to have a household staff to do it for me, freeing me up to watch more Downton Abbey and filling my head with such silly notions.

    • Karen says:

      Jamieson – Although it is uncouth to point out that one is being uncouth … I must point out that it’s uncouth to discuss domestic help amongst the masses. ~ lady karen

  62. Laura says:

    I love your tutorials. All of your videos, actually. They’re very entertaining.

    The ex-dancer in me is groaning, though. What you were doing? It was a “ball-change, step” – you did the ball-change first, and then you took the step. Although you did them with such grace that I’m willing to forgive…

    • Karen says:

      Laura – Did you happen to notice the text when I did it a second time, just prior to heading to the dining room table? ~ karen

  63. My new favorite site!
    I found you via the tree stump table, moved to the fitted sheet video…but its 2:30am in So Cal. Can’t wait to explore further!

  64. Rebecca says:

    I believe I’ve already said it twice before on your website, but it feels soooo good to just quit bothiering to fold fitted sheets perfectly. Karen, oh Karen, why won’t you listen to me?!? It’s been a couple of years now and I’ve never looked back.

    • Karen says:

      Rebecca – Um. Do I strike you as the kind of person who’d ball my sheets up? Have I not clearly enough presented my “crazy” to you? For the love of GOD woman, I’ve been known to iron my sheets. (also I have no closet space at all and balled up sheets take up way more space and are way more prone to falling off the shelf and onto the floor than a folded one) – karen!

      • Rebecca says:

        Karen, I am completely OCD too, and probably have less closet space than you (100 year old 3 bdrm house – 4 people living in it – 2 closets – one in master bedroom and one in front hall – which, might I add, is under the stairs so not even full height).

        One would never guess that I would be a ball ’em up kinda gal, but it’s so liberating. Really, you should try it for just a few weeks. And I’m not like one of those “you’ve just never had brussels sprouts cooked properly kind of people.” If you try it and don’t love it, I’ll drop the subject and stop nagging!

  65. Carol says:

    THANK YOU!!!! I have been trying for 2 days now to properly fold my elastic all around fitted sheet. After countless videos and write ups I was about go give up when I came across yours…it worked! Thanks you for your wonderful detailed explanation! It may have taken 2 days but you made me feel like less of an idiot for it 🙂

    • Karen says:

      Carol – 2 days. That’s not bad. When I was trying to figure this out I did the same thing, searching on the Internet, trying to follow tutorials. I must have done it for a month before I deciphered what they were really talking about. Good job! ~ karen

  66. Tigersmom says:

    “I had trouble with this the last time..” I’m not sure the word trouble quite covers it. It should be more like “massive, hilarious, side-splitting trouble.”

    Maybe some jazzhandssssss will help you find those corners easier in the next “How to fold a fitted sheet video. I know you said you’re not doing another one, but I’m not giving up hope yet. We need to see you and Betty folding a fitted sheet with all-around elastic together, to music (I’ll let you choose the soundtrack), and soon. Please.

  67. TJ says:

    Yes yes yes I can now fold and iron a fitted sheet in minutes . Video so easy to understand , thank you thank you thank you

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