Stacey: So watcha' doing? Kenneth: Hey I remember that you said one of the things you wanted in that room if the kids have friends sleep over and you wanted extra sleep space. What I wanted to make it was easy for you for you when the boys have guests over. Kenneth: So what I'm making are sleep sacks. I've got basically everything you need to make-up a sofa into a bed. We've got a pillow, a sheet set, which you have a pillow case, a flat sheet and a fitted sheet. One California king pillow case, a length of rope about 36 inches, pair of scissors and a ball point pen with a hooky thing. Kenneth: You get the pillow case, the open end, and then you you're just going to make a little incision, two little incisions on either side of the seam. One, two. Kenneth: Get the rope; put it through the end of a ball point pen. This also works for sweatpants, hoodies, or you can use a safety pin as well. And then we will just run this through the edge until you come out to the other side. What's great about these sets, it's great for the kids, everything is there for them for when guests sleep over. Kenneth: I remember I would always bug my mom "can Stevie stay over?" This way I became totally responsible, I would make my guest bed and when they left I was responsible for washing the sheets and putting them back in the sleep sack for next time. I think it teaches kids a lot of responsibility. Kenneth: So there it comes out the other end, take off the pen. Now we just stuff it. Want to do the pleasures? Stacey: Sure. Kenneth: We have the full set of sheets and the pillow. Also what's great then you get a little hook either back of the closet in the boy's room or if they have a play room with the friends and just leave these hung up there. Kenneth: Pull the drawstring and boom, everything you need for the guest when he comes over. Stacey: That's great. Kenneth: And that is how you make a sleep sack.