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How To Fold A T-shirt

Brian SD

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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.
 

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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..
 

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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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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
 

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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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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 =)
 

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Originally Posted by justlooking
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.
 

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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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