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How To Fold A T-shirt

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by gamelan, Aug 26, 2006.

  1. gamelan

    gamelan Senior member

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    Brian SD Senior member

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    someone actually posted this here a long ass time ago (long before the new forum and the Streetwear forum). still retains its coolness. i show it to my friends all the time and everyone is amazed (by me folding the shirts, not the video of it). its pretty easy to get the hang of.
     
  3. Ivan Kipling

    Ivan Kipling Senior member

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    This reminds me of napkin folding. Very easy, if you're a 'folder.' I do find this method to leave many wrinkles, though.
     
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    man I can't do this at all. I hate folding shirts. I left my shirts in the dryer one day and my roomate folded them all so nice, it made me want to move home..
     
  5. WalkmanX

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    Saw this video a few years ago and I've been folding my Ts like that ever since. Its super fast and neat. Takes a bit of practice to perfect.
     
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    I have a hour of free time and now I have a new skill to learn. I always wrinkle tees so this looks great.
     
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    VKK3450 Senior member

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    Sweeeeet, I got it!!

    Love it

    Now my girlfriend is looking at me funny because I am so stoked about a new way to fold shirts

    K
     
  8. justlooking

    justlooking Well-Known Member

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    I learned this a few weeks ago and I think it's good. Might leave some creases in weird spots though.
     
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    JoMak_NYC Senior member

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    i dont like the pinch marks. :-/
     
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    Tabris Well-Known Member

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    I watched it a couple of months ago when I decided to look it up (I forget why) and I've done it a couple of times since, but more often than not, I can't be bothered. Even if it does take 5 seconds to do.

    Good way to fold shirts though =)
     
  11. CoryB

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    I learned this a few weeks ago and I think it's good. Might leave some creases in weird spots though.

    It should leave creases down the sides rather than the front. My shirts often come out with a perfect cross in the centre. I'd much rather creases to be on the sides, though the pinch marks may show.
     
  12. Homme

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    Love the musical effects. Ninjas lie in wait in the shadows, and a shirt has just been folded.
     

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