Fitted Sheets that don't fit
Airstream beds often are a few inches different in size than standard queen, full or twin size beds, and apparently there are special sheets that you can buy just to fit your A/S.
I'll be getting my 22 ft CCD shortly - and I've decided to use an OLD trick with standard fitted sheets. Today's fitted sheets are designed for mattresses that can be 14" to 17" thick so these sheets will probably be wrinkled messes on an A/S mattress without a little help. I've gone to my local fabric store and bought six good old fashioned garter belt garters - and a few yards of elastic. Sew the garters on each end of a piece of elastic then clip them to the bottom of the sheet on the far side, stretch to the near side and clip on again. (Think bungee cords that don't rip your sheets.)
You can bounce a quarter off of the tightly stretched sheet and it will stay unwrinkled under you all night. Makes it easier to make up the bed in the morning too.
I'm thinking that since my bed is in front, positioned sideways, I may even clip in the far side of the top sheet to make it easier to make the bed in the A.M. Am I creative or just lazy?
PS - a woman who sews is NOT a "sewer", she is a seamstress or a tailor.