I hate folding clothes. I already made a T-shirt folding machine, so I decided, why not try to make a pant folding machine? It works pretty well. Once done, you will be able to lay a pair of pants on the cardboard, flip a few pieces, and have a nicely folded pair of pants.

Check out my other instructable similar to this : http://www.instructables.com/id/T-Shirt-Folding-Machine/

Step 1: What you need

All you need this project is:

A few long pieces of cardboard
Scissors/ Box Cutter
Big Tape/ Duct Tape
A Tape Measure
I am currently getting ready to undergo carpal tunnel surgery on both hands here very soon i was worried about how i was going to accomplish the little things ! this works out perfect ! Thank You!!!
I doubt I'm the only one curious on exactly how you got carpal tunnel surgery in both hands.
he didnt do it himself
Great ide...if you created a slightly more professional version that didn't apply to the gorilla glue contest, then this would do pretty well....patent it! I just might try it cuz I absolutely suck at shirt folding! Nice job Pal!
They already have. At least they make plastic ones....
I went the &quot;organic&quot; route for my &quot;trouser&quot; folder.. <br /> My machine is named &quot;Suzanne&quot;, I also call her Wife&quot;<br />
lol<br />
I saw one of these in a store but with shirts
I can fold, but not too good. I give this an A+ (I thought it would be a robot...)
Hey, thank you for all the comments everyone, i never thought this could help those who couldn't do it. I just thought it was a fun thing to make that was slightly helpful. It is really nice to know that i am genuinely helping people.
If you go into any clothing retailer you can find one or more of these in the back, nice to see a DIY version.
Some people in earlier comments say this is useless, but I don't think so. Not only does it save a little bit of time, like they say it doesn't, but it also does a better job than I ever could!
I also agree with casemill, but think casemill misses the point. For the able-bodied, a project such as this may useless. There are, however, disabled individuals who might find such an aid useful. The beauty of the internet is that very small minorities (maybe just one person) can benefit from another person's seemingly useless ingenuity.
I agree with Casemill but just for the fun of it., im gonna make one
That's creative, but not timesaving. It's still faster to just fold the pants by hand. Machines are supposed to make work faster or produce a better job. This does neither, however ingenious.