13 December 2010

How to fold a fitted sheeet


I've seen this demonstrated several times over the years, and keep forgetting the steps.  Posted here for future reference.

Via Kottke.

9 comments:

  1. I think the real issue is not "How to fold a fitted sheet," but rather "Why fold a fitted sheet?" Most of the wrinkles stretch out when you put it on the mattress, and then you go to sleep on it and press out the rest. Problem solved.

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  2. I think the point she makes in the movie is that when its folded right it takes up less room in the drawer or on the shelf. Its not a wrinkle thing.

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  3. Jerry of, in and around DallasDecember 14, 2010 at 8:19 AM

    At last, a method for folding a fitted sheet! My wife and I thank you!

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  4. Fitted sheets are my mortal enemy. I've gotten so disgusted with them that I don't just wad them up, I wad them up with feeling. Maybe now I have a chance. Thanks!

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  5. It always bugged me that I could never fold these up. Thanks! Along the same thread: How to fold a t-shirt Japanese style http://www.wtfjapanseriously.com/2010/12/japanese-t-shirt-folding-technique.html

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  6. Life's too short to fold fitted sheets : )

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  7. I love this video, but the beginning "The biggest challenge that you will face in life" is misleading. Really, sheet-folding lady? Really?

    I'm gonna try this tonight though, im sick of wads of sheets in my closet.

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  8. It's always seemed obvious to me to tuck the corners into each other. I'm not sure why people would need directions.

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