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If you are like me, you want to spend as little time folding clothes as possible. In retail stores, they speed up the process by using a folding board. ...
The materials that you need for this project are cardboard and duct tape. More specifically, you need six pieces of corrugated cardboard that are at least 9 inches ...
You need six rectangles of cardboard to form the base of the folding board. The dimensions of the cardboard pieces will determine the dimensions of the folded shirt. ...
Lay out the panels in a grid of three wide by two high as shown in the picture. Space them out so that there is a gap of ...
Now you are ready to fold some clothes. 1. Place a shirt face down centered on the board. 2. Fold one side panel over and back. 3. Fold ...
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