In defense of artful storage
I tried this because I hate looking for matching sheets but it doesn't look that good. It might be because of the contour sheet that is so bulky (I can never fold it perfectly).
"care-meter" lol..too funny!
I with ya. My granny folded sheets like she came from the milatary. Somehow there was a water down effect. My mother doesn't do them as nice as her andmy sheets don't even look as good as my moms. As long as they are laundered I give myself a pass.
Such great ideas. Thx for sharing. FYI - I added to my SkinnyScoop organization list - http://www.skinnyscoop.com/list/eden/favorite-organizing-products-and-decluttering-tips
what a good idea !! Why didn't I think of that !!
You can fold the fitted sheet by grabbing it by the "corners" at each corner above the elasticized band. These are sewn-in points to the fabric that make it look nice and neat on your mattress. Tuck in the elastic beneath the corner point and fold as you would a regular sheet, folding in so the elastic is inside the fold. The key is to keep the elastic tucked in so you have as close to a rectangle as possible, to make it look neat. The fitted sheet will be folder larger than your flat sheet, so tuck the flat sheet in between the last fold and then stick that into your pillowcase. Voila!
mine never look this good....more like Santa's sack....but it is the best way to keep everything together in our large family!
Try this folding method it might help http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YHTyH2nuFAw
I did this! BUT my guest didn't realize that it was a bundle of sheets and used it as a pillow:( I can't tell if this means that I did too good a job making it look smooth and uniform, or if my friend is just a moron.First World PRoblems! I tell ya...
Doesn't work for flannel sheets. That fitted sheet just refuses to fold small enough.
I've done this for years, but mine don't look this good either. However, I do use it for flannel sheets. They are bulky, yes, but at least they are neat.
LOVE THIS IDEA. THINK I'LL TRY IT.
Once my sheets are folded they are much smaller than the case. After looking at the picture again and again, those pillowcases can't be an open standard case. So I folded the extra on the side fist then the extra from the back over. Then flip the case! Looks just like the pic. I could have saved a bunch of time if there would have been a video. Love this idea though!!!
Wish there was a video on how they get the pillowcases to look like this. I've been doing this for a year, and my proportions must be off, because I never get that neat of a result!
I am going to try and get all my sheets to look this good. We will SEE
Let me find my care-ometer to see just how much care you have left for this project, lol
LOVE this idea!
Doing this in my cupboard, I put the duvet cover inside as well. It save loads of space and is soooooo nest
I am SO doing this tomorrow! Don't care if it doesn't look as neat as this - at least it's more organized than the sheet shamozzle I've got going on in there at the moment!
I did this and I love it! No more hunting for pillow cases and it makes everything nice and neat.
Acetominophin, your comment made me LOL so hard. I'm thinking the problem might be a bit of both...
Ok these comments are quite funny. Acetominophin that was hilarious!
This sheet cabinet is really great. I also have this struggle to perfectly fold sheets but I do love doing it especially when the laundry smells so refreshing. I will definitely give this a try and see if it works for me. This idea will surely help me to organize things like this. Thank you for sharing.
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