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  1. #1

    Default How to fold a shirt...

    ...in Japan it's as easy as this:

    http://www.howtofoldashirt.net/

  2. #2

    Default Re: How to fold a shirt...

    8) Well, I fold! And I mean in a serious, way! Shirts, napkins, towels, tableclothes, egg whites . . . you name it. I fold it. So I was eager about this link. Unfortunately, I couldn't pull anything, up. What have I missed, Cedric??

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    Default Re: How to fold a shirt...

    so step 1 would be "lay your shirt on the floor".

    Nice start.
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    Default Re: How to fold a shirt...

    What's wrong with your PCs guys?
    When I click on the link the video starts to play automaticly...

    Click on the image in the middle maybe that will work.

  5. #5

    Default Re: How to fold a shirt...

    I see the ingenious technique. It took me a few times to copy it, but I managed. I've used it to fold all my cleaned shirts today. I'm very satisfied. I've learned something new, it's clever. My closet looks a bit sharper too.

    However, I would still suggest not to place the shirt on the floor. Blech.
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    Default Re: How to fold a shirt...

    Yeah, but remember in Japan peole don't wear their shoes inside their home.

  7. #7

    Default Re: How to fold a shirt...

    It's genious:-))
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  8. #8

    Default Re: How to fold a shirt...

    Quote Originally Posted by Marcello
    I see the ingenious technique. It took me a few times to copy it, but I managed. I've used it to fold all my cleaned shirts today. I'm very satisfied. I've learned something new, it's clever. My closet looks a bit sharper too.

    However, I would still suggest not to place the shirt on the floor. Blech.
    I haven't tried it yet. Is it ok for long sleeve shirts? And double cuffs are another challenge of course ???

    Trot

  9. #9

    Default Re: How to fold a shirt...

    As far as I was able to try, I think it only works properly with short sleeve T-shirts. Another thing to keep in mind is that one of the sleeves will lie underneath the back side of the shirt. When you pick it up, it easily comes undone.
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    Default Re: How to fold a shirt...

    Thanks Marcello - I thought there may be a catch, but I will try it for Tshirts

    Trot

  11. #11

    Default Re: How to fold a shirt...

    Strange, I just throw my dirty shirts in the laundry and a few days later they are in my closet ,clean and folded as well. hmm...

  12. #12

    Default Re: How to fold a shirt...

    My mom does the job, but I'm sure I can do it as well ... ;D
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  13. #13

    Default Re: How to fold a shirt...

    I can get a shirt folded in a few seconds now. 8)

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