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Ace, will get onto it - thanks guys! Pmsl at ThreeBee
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John Lewis also print the size on the label. I write it on with indelible pen otherwise (is that what a Sharpie is?)
There's a great YouTube clip in how to fold a fitted sheet. Google it and live in awe
white company do
This thread title made me laugh as we know a couple for whom 'sorting the linen cupboard' is code for sex, when they want to mention it without the children realising what they are talking about.
I suppose it depends on how much space you have in the cupboard. I have a kingsize pile and a single pile, but am lucky to have a huge cupboard. Most of my bedding is white too.The king stuff folds a lot bigger than the single. I guess if you have dbl and king it may be more tricky.
That would help... I have the same issue with the duvet covers, guess it is my own fault for having all linen in the house the same colour
I store mine with the duvet covers they go with. But I agree they should label them. Hotel sheets have a line of different colour thread through the edge of them for size.
Dear sheet manufacturers: it would really help me if you printed the sheet size on the label (like with clothes) so I can tell which is which!Also how in hell's name does one fold and store fitted sheets?
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