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How to fold a fitted sheet

Ever struggled to fold your fitted sheets after doing the laundry, only to give up when it didn’t seem possible? It can be done! You can win the battle and end up with all your sheets – even the fitted ones – neatly folded and stored in your linen closet.

Basically, the steps involve aligning corners and inserting one corner into another in such a way that you end up with a nice rectangular shape, which can then be folded into a smaller, smooth rectangle.

Folding your fitted sheets – instead of balling them up and shoving them into the closet (oops) – will give you a lot more storage room and will also help prevent your sheets from getting too wrinkled. (We don’t know about you, but the days when our grandmothers ironed their sheets are long gone!) Give it a try!

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2 comments on “How to fold a fitted sheet

  1. Carol Johnson
    September 18, 2011 at 12:20 pm

    I understand you are a Senior Buyer for The Company Store. Years ago you carried bedding products such as comforters in a beautiful shade called ‘Latte’! PLEASE bring it back!! It was by far the most beautiful and easiest shade to design with. The tans and off whites you have now have too much yellow to work with … too close to khaki!

    Thanks so much for your consideration and best wishes,

    Carol Johnson

    • TCS
      September 22, 2011 at 3:02 pm

      Hi Carol,

      We appreciate the feedback! Your thoughts on Latte and the current range of similar colors has been passed on to the buying team. Thanks for taking the time to comment, and we look forward to hearing from you again.

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