Quick and Easy Way to Fold a T-Shirt

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This is a unique way to fold your shirts quickly. It lessens the time spent folding shirts. Impress your friends and family with this neat trick.

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Step 1: Lay Shirt on Flat Surface Face Up.

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Step 2: Orient Shirt Horizontally With Left Sleeve Facing Toward You

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Step 3: Pinch the Right Shoulder Seam Half Way Between Collar and Sleeve With Right Hand

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Step 4: Pinch Middle of Shirt in Line With Left Hand

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Step 5: Fold Shirt in Half by Crossing Right Hand Over Left

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Step 6: Add Bottom of Shirt to Your Right Handed Pinch

See picture in step 5

Step 7: Uncross Arms

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Step 8: Lay Shirt on Backside and Fold in Half

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Step 9: Watch in Action

This video shows steps 1-8 in sequence.

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    10 Discussions

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    KellyP72

    3 years ago

    nope. can't get my head around this. I tried it several times over and it doesn't work for me.

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    Jrbodzsar

    3 years ago

    Great! Thank you.

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    Jrbodzsar

    3 years ago

    Great! Thank you.

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    gunnerjake81

    8 years ago on Introduction

    I learned this a few years ago in an email from a Japanese show. use it all the time and amaze everyone that sees it. Glad to see someone share this trick.

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    inad

    10 years ago on Introduction

    WOW! Its like poetry in motion!! Now I'm going to fight my wife over who gets to fold my T shirts.

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    Bran

    11 years ago on Introduction

    This would be better suited for a video than a full-out Instructable, given that not many directions are needed. Still, I like the method.

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    dacker

    11 years ago on Introduction

    Isn't this elsewhere on Instrucables, billed as the Japanese way of shirt-folding? I've been meaning to try it out anyway....