Fitted Sheet

Australia
May 3, 2009 8:09pm CST
Do you mark on your fitted sheets which way they fit on your bed or do you jst do the hit & miss thing like I do? Some of my fitted sheets i can tell by where the tag/label is as to which way they go on the bed but not for all of them. It was easier when I had my king-size bed coz it didn't matter which way the sheet went on but with my queen size bed it does.
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@Dugsmom (279)
• United States
4 May 09
I always thought I was the only one in this whole world who had trouble figuring out which way my sheets went. I am going to try out your idea and mark them with a permanent marker! Thanks for the tip!
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• Australia
4 May 09
Hey no worries, I should probably do that instead of getting angry when I put the sheet on one side to find it's on the wrong way lol
@cream97 (29169)
• United States
10 Apr 11
Hi. moonchild1au. I think that I have done this once or twice. At least with my bed spread that is. It is hard for me to tell just what size the fitted sheet is on too. I have a very hard time putting this sheet on the right side of the bed. This sheet can be a very difficult sheet to put onto the bed. I am relying on the tag from now on.
• Australia
11 Apr 11
The tags can help when doing this but for me, the tags on each sheet don't seem to help at all oh well.
@Kalyni2011 (3503)
• India
30 Mar 11
Hi moon My bed is a large kingsize 8x8 with foam mattress of high density polystyrene, it has fitted bedsheet over it, it fits so tight, but i always put another over it, and set wrinkle free lol My bed sheets are pure white, i don't want to mark them it will rather disfigure them, they are one foot bigger on each side, means 9x9 feet square, so not a problem lol Thanks for this discussion. Happy posting, cheers. Namastey. Kalyani
• Australia
30 Mar 11
You are lucky that you have no problems with your sheets - that's one of bonuses of having a king size bed.