If we tuck in a bedspread or covers on the corners of the bed and after a while they're sticking out again, what will be a natural way to express it:
The bedspread has come undone.
The bedspread has come out on a corner.
The bedspread has come untucked.
And what about a shirt that had been tucked but now has come undone/untucked?
The shirt has come out.
The shirt has come untucked.
The shirt has come undone.
In the above 6 sentences what will be used :come out/undone/untucked?
If someone asks someone to untuck his/her shirt, will it be natural to say:
Pull out your shirt.