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Japanese T-shirt Folding Technique

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Mrs. Savage, Nov 18, 2007.

  1. Mrs. Savage

    Mrs. Savage Senior Member Affiliate Vendor

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    This video is awesome! I should make my employees fold t-shirts like this when people are cashing out. It is quite impressive, they make it look easier than it is though. I tried it and it's tricky. I guess practice makes perfect. What do you think?

     


  2. Souper

    Souper Distinguished Member

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    for a split second my mind was blown.

    Then again I can't even fold a shirt just out of the dryer correctly, even taking my time. It still comes out uneven.
     


  3. chronoaug

    chronoaug Boston Hipster (Dropkick Murphy)

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    That's really weird to watch. Much better than my "crumple and throw in a drawer" technique."
     


  4. robbie

    robbie Pleading Poverty

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    that is incredibly difficult to do correctly.
     


  5. Arethusa

    Arethusa Distinguished Member

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    Uh, what? This is extremely simple. I've been doing it since I saw this video years ago.
     


  6. tagutcow

    tagutcow Stylish Dinosaur

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     I saw this video about a year ago and now fold all my shirts this way. The tricky part is pinching the shirt correctly at the midsection.

     Notice an edit in the video at the crucial moment? Maybe it wasn't quite as effortlesss for them, either.
     


  7. robbie

    robbie Pleading Poverty

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    i suppose i forgot to say "that is incredibly difficult for me to do correctly."

    I use a folding board, its much simpler for me this way.
     


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    asobu Distinguished Member

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    I'm with Arethusa on this one, I gave it a shot after I saw the movie and it took me 3 tries to get the hang of it and make it look good. I might use this technique from now on.
     


  9. Garage/Surf Rock

    Garage/Surf Rock Senior Member

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    I think I'll start doing this with my sweaters, which I fold retail style. T-shirts I fold in half three times, pants too, and not the retail method of folding in thirds. Anyone else use halves?
     


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    Uh, what? This is extremely simple. I've been doing it since I saw this video years ago.

    Fuck me; you're cool.
     


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    I like it; once I get it down I'm sure it'll be much faster than standard folding techniques.
     


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    Homme Distinguished Member

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    I like the music at the end of the video. A ninja creeps in the shadows, and a shirt is folded.
     


  13. Huntsman

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    Thanks -- it is pretty simple and is now my official folding techninque. There is a better video up there, it says 'explained in english' in the title.

    ~ Huntsman
     


  14. Gus

    Gus Stylish Dinosaur Dubiously Honored

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    this is pretty cool.............
     


  15. Toiletduck

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    folding board? what is that
     


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