Posted by Brossette Ambre on Tuesday, 18 February, 2020 08:18:59
If the sheet is crumpled or has creases from being folded, iron the sheet before setting it on the bed. Put sheets that have a pattern on the bed with the pattern facing down. That way, when you fold it back over the blanket, the pattern will be showing.
I always fold the fitted sheets right sides together so that when you go to put it on the bed you can just slip one end over the bed then pull the other one down and it's on-instead of unfolding the entire sheet and figuring out which corner goes where I do this with the foot of the bed to the top of the bed.
How to Fold Bed Sheets Ensure You Have Adequate Space Before You Begin. The first rule of thumb when it comes to folding bed sheets is to ensure you are in a wide-open space with enough room to maneuver the sheets into the proper position.
Start with your fitted sheet inside-out, held with your hands in two corners along the long side of the sheet. Bring your palms together and fold the right corner over the left one. Switch hands and put your right hand into a corner, then use your free left hand to straighten the edges, ending with your left hand in the other corner of the sheet.
Fold the top of the blanket and sheet down. Go to the head of the bed and stretch the blanket as close as you can to the sheet hem. Fold the sheet hem over the blanket like so: Fold both the sheet and blanket over approximately four inches. Fold again leaving 18 inches from the head of the mattress to the fold.
Fold the bottom edge of the sheet. Take the edge of the flat sheet near the foot of the bed and fold it up toward the head of the bed. Make it resemble a properly installed flat sheet, with the edge of the sheet resting just under the pillows. Take note of how your victim normally folds their sheet, and try to emulate it.