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How to Fold Fitted Sheets the Martha Stewart-Approved Way


Raise your hand if you’ve ever wondered how to fold a fitted sheet. If you did, trust us that you’re in good company. Even the most domestically skilled woman can fumble with that dreaded bed linen from time to time. Maybe she even gives up on folding it and just crumples it into a ball underneath the nicely folded towels (or wait, is that just us?).

But if you’re determined to learn how to fold a fitted sheet the proper way, sit down and sharpen your pencils, because class is in session. And it’s taught by two teachers that even Martha Stewart has approved of, so you know it has to be the best of the best.

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The lifestyle guru has shared a brilliant video on her Instagram page of two men demonstrating how to fold a fitted sheet. “Two men… take on the chore of folding a fitted sheet and instead of making a mess of it they do an impeccable job!!!” she captioned the post.

It all comes down to these domestic experts putting their index fingers on the inside corner of one side and the outside corner of the other side. That way, the fitted sheet forms a much more user-friendly foldable rectangle.

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Once you get past the fact that these guys are in the middle of nowhere (seriously, Martha, where is this isolated and mysterious location?), you’ll find their tutorial extremely helpful. We know we did!

h/t Huffington Post

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