Everyone knows that fitted sheets are the worst, most inconvenient thing to fold ever. Yes, they're easy to work with when you're putting them on the bed, but folding them and putting them away is a real pain in the you-know-what.
I'll admit it: there have been plenty of times where I've given up and just balled them up in a fit of rage and slammed them into the linen closet. I tell myself, "It's ok, who cares what it looks like while it's in the closet?" but deep down, I know that it's going to keep bugging the perfectionist in me.
Thankfully, I found this handy tutorial from Garnet Hill that demonstrates how to fold those fitted sheets quickly and easily into a nice, neatly-creased package of perfection. Ideally, you should fold your sheets right out of the dryer, before they get a chance to wrinkle up (this also applies to most clothing/laundry). Try this method out and spend a little time practicing. You'll soon find yourself able to get it done in around 30 seconds!
1. Position It
Lay one side of the sheet on a flat surface (whatever is available).
2. Flip It