Living Rich on Less - Susan
Living Rich on Less - Susan
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Video tute: How to fold fitted sheets (plus a look at my linen closet)


I just finished organizing the linen closet in my upstairs bathroom and created a dummy-proof video on how to fold fitted sheets.
I love what a few handmade labels and inexpensive bins can do for a space.
I love what a few handmade labels and inexpensive bins can do for a space.
I keep first aid supplies on the top shelf to keep curious kidlets from getting into them.
I keep first aid supplies on the top shelf to keep curious kidlets from getting into them.
White towels are my choice because they are easy to clean, don't show wear, and give the bathroom an upscale hotel vibe.
White towels are my choice because they are easy to clean, don't show wear, and give the bathroom an upscale hotel vibe.
Living Rich on Less - Susan

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  • Sharon West
    on Jan 26, 2015

    It can be done, but the fitted sheets that have elastic completely, on all four sides, is a lttle more difficult and doesn't smooth out quite as nicely.

  • Redsenji
    on Nov 25, 2016

    Lesson i learned years ago, when fitted sheets were invented. Take sheets off bed, launder sheets, dry sheets,...put,them back on the bed. When you NEED new sheets, toss old ones out or repurpose them. Buy new set.You will never have to fold a fitted sheet again

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