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This is clever, certainly much cheaper than the plastic store-bought version. However, as the video I am going to add, also shows another way to fold shirts. It works for sleeveless and long sleeve, too. The video shows it on the floor or a table can be used, but I just use my lap. I make one more fold, lengthwise, to keep sleeves inside, and then I can easily put three stacks in the dresser drawer. I've been using the 'origami' way for 4 or 5 years. http://housekeeping.wonderhowto.com/how-to/fold-t-shirt-japanese-origami-way-212394/
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Upcycled Tshirt Market Bag (Easy and Super Low Sew!)