Hey yall, my wife and I are looking for fitted sheets for our 2008 Jay Flight 19BH. The little bunk on the top is just tiney do they make a fited sheet that small. And then the lower bunk isnt squared off the bottom right edge is at an angle they probably don't make a fitted sheet for that let alone one of those pad for added comfort. Any way just looking for ideas to get a little more comfort out of those beds. Were about to make an 8 day trip from Az to OK and my back will need all the help it can get.
Also at WalMart, JC Pennys and other stores thet have "bungee" thingies, sheet straps, that you clip onto the sheets and it makes a twin sheet fit a bunk perfectly.
My posts shouldn't be taken for factual data. They are purely fictional, for entertainment purposes and should not be constituted as actually related to scientific, technical, engineering, legal, spiritual or practical advice. Amen.
Simply folded under the corners on one end, pinned in place, then stitched on a machine, removed pins, Then used the fitted side for the top. Folded bottom under to fit snug and tight. For a bunk, you can do one side only.
Sometimes, I consider doing the same for our current mattress now to make it easier to make the bed. But most of the high thread counts usually come in sets.
2009 DRV Mobile Suite 38TKSB3 (38RSSB3)....our custom home w/2011 upgrades
2010 Ford F450 KR CC 4x4......his office
Working Fulltimers since 3/2005
"Shoot for the Moon! Even if you miss it, you will land among the Stars."
I get a full size fitted bed sheet and then put it around the corner under the sheet, then wrap it completely around so that you have the sheet's corner on the SAME corners. It fits perfectly on my small bunks.