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How To Fold A Fitted Sheet


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I can't wait to share this tutorial with you, but first I would like to take a second to tell you about these sheets from California Design Den. California Design Den sheet sets are crafted using fine materials, superb craftsmanship, and eco-friendly production processes. These sheets have a thread count of 400 and are made from 100% pure cotton. 

California Design Den has a large variety of colors to choose from. I set I received is sage and I could not be more excited about this color. It look beautiful against my white comforter. Of course, any color goes with white but the sage color makes the entire room feel more relaxed.

My favorite feature about California Design Den sheets is the deep pockets on their fitted sheets. Our previous fitted sheet barely slipped over the corners and was constantly slipping off. We've been sleeping with these sheets for a little over a week and the fitted sheet hasn't even budged.

You can find California Design Den sheets at Nordstrom Rack, Waiyfare, or Amazon. If you're not a fan of solid colored sheets, They also have some beautiful patterned sheet sets to choose from. We are planning on remodeling my girls' rooms later this year and I think the Navy Dot set would look amazing in my oldest daughter's room, and my youngest would definitely love the Sunrise Lavender set. 

And now on to the tutorial...

Start by laying the sheet out on a large surface such as a bed or the floor. Fold the sheet in half, tucking the lower corners inside the top corners.

Fold the sheet in half again, tucking the corners inside the other corners.

Fold the right side of the sheet in to meet the middle. Do the same for the left side.

Fold the sheet in half one more time. Then fold it into thirds.

Your sheet should now look something like this! 

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