If you’ve always struggled to fold your fitted sheets, you’re not alone. Many homeowners drag them out of the dryer, fight with the awkward fabric and elasticized corners together, only to shove the whole sloppy mess onto a shelf in the linen closet of their home.
Sound familiar? Loads of people seemed to have skipped this all-important laundry day lesson from their grandmothers and are instead taking to the Internet to try to figure it. Hit Google up for this particular search query - how do you fold a fitted sheet - and you’ll find over two million advice-givers offering their step-by-step take on this particular skill including Martha Stewart, the home-making diva, who struggled to do it perfectly on her own T.V. show.
So, without further ado, here are the ultimate six secret steps to folding a fitted sheet so that you too can accomplish what might seem like an impossible dream: fitted sheets turned to stacks of organized, tidy squares in your own linen closet. Print this out and pin it to the wall in your laundry room and your linens will never be messy again.
Once you’ve mastered these six steps and this complicated, sometimes frustrating task, take a break by tackling a little bit of rocket science - it might in fact be easier!