How do I stick velcro to a fitted sheet?
How do I replace elastic in fitted sheets
Have fitted sheets that are still good sheets but the elastic is gone. What do I do?
Does anyone know what this is?
Just turn them upside down and open them, then insert a roll of paper towel and tada, you have yourself a brand new paper towel holder that is not only beautiful, but... See more
Can anyone identify this vintage wooden crank box?
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What to put in this huge mason jar?
I have a HUGE mason jar. I would like some ideas on what to put in it for decorations, other than flowers.
How can I find discontinued Pulaski or Neiman Marcus/Horchow furniture
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Ideas on different things I can do with these yummy old spools?
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How do you tell the value in old china dishes?
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There is fabric glue in stores but sheets get washed too much. Would suggest seeing it on.
Are you asking about attaching to get sheets to stay on bed??? these work well fitted sheet straps https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=19CQei-_S30 make your own https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BBmG4q38kPg
If this is for the purpose of trying to get the fitted sheet to stay on the bed, I agree with Caroline that glueing it on is not recommended. Due to the washing, it will unlikely hold adequately. Worse, it might come partly undone during the wash cycle and stick to something else. The piece could also come undone during the drying cycle, stick to the drum and begin to melt.
I would advise you to instead purchase some sheet grippers (also called sheet garters, or suspenders) for this purpose.
To keep it on the bed? If that's the problem, you may need a deeper sheet for your mattress :)
Are you looking for this project? https://www.hometalk.com/diy/bedroom/furniture/diy-bed-crown-crib-canopy-tutorial-1886348?
DIY Bed Crown & Crib Canopy Tutorial
If you're still looking for somethig to keep your sheets tight, I recently found this product called Bed Scrunchie and it helps me keep my sheets on my bed just fine.