How to Fold a Fitted Sheet (once and for all!)
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Let's be honest, folding a fitted sheet can be a real doozy. The rounded sides can make it a little challenging, and more often than we'd like to admit, we end up with a messy, weirdly-shaped lump of fabric.
Clea Shearer, one of the ladies behind the Nashville-based, full-service home organization company Home Edit, gave us the scoop on the best, simplest way to fold a fitted sheet.
And you can follow along, too!
1. Lay the fitted sheet out vertically in front of you
2. Bring up the bottom corners to the top corners and tuck one into one side and the other into the other side, making a square. Adjust the edges so that everything is straight and tucked in.
3. Then, fold it into thirds (working from left to right or right to left), making a rectangle.
4. Then, fold it up into thirds again (working from bottom to top), making a nice little square.
And there you have it, fitted sheet success!
If you're still baffled, watch Clea demonstrate in the video above.
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