Practical help with folding garments

When folding shirts, blouses, pullovers, T-shirts, etc. after washing, I always had the problem that the width was not always uniform for proper stacking in the cupboard or shelf, or even in the case packing.

One day, I had the simple idea of ​​cutting out of a larger box a cardboard in the appropriate dimensions, which I could then use for it.

For example, a sweater goes like this:

Step 1:

Lay the sweater face down on a smooth surface.


The sweater is placed face down on a smooth surface.

Step 2:

Now the cardboard is placed in the middle of the back.

Now the cardboard is placed in the middle of the back.


Step 3:

Then one side of the sleeve is first turned up to the edge of the cardboard to the middle.

Then one side of the sleeve is first turned up to the edge of the cardboard to the middle.

Step 4:

The sleeve is turned down parallel to the edge.


The sleeve is turned down parallel to the edge.

Step 5:

The same thing is repeated with the other side.

The same thing is repeated with the other side.

Step 6:

Now only the underside of the pullover has to be knocked up.

Now only the underside of the pullover has to be knocked up.

Step 7:

Carefully pull the cardboard upwards.

Carefully pull the cardboard upwards.

Step 8:

Now, the sweater is folded exactly matching the cupboard or suitcase.

Now, the sweater is folded exactly matching the cupboard or suitcase.

Of course, blouses, shirts, T-shirts, etc. can also be neatly put together.

This is a very simple thing, but maybe some people have similar problems as well.

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