How To: Fold Long-Sleeve Shirts Like a KonMari Master
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As a thrift and consignment store, we LOVE the Marie Kondo effect. Not just because we’ve been receiving some amazing KonMari’d goodies (check them out!), but because the KonMari method has also helped us crush our spring cleaning game at home. As you decide what stays and what goes during your spring cleanout, we’ve got some KonMari-approved tips for making space for items that spark joy. Read on!
While it would be nice if we could just toss all our shirts in a drawer and have them magically fold themselves into neat rows of bliss, that’s not going to happen. The next best thing is taking a page from Marie Kondo’s book and learn how to fold them correctly. Not only will they fit nicely in your drawer, but you’ll be able to see them all at a glance. No more digging to the bottom to find the one you’re looking for!
Learn some of our favorite tricks for folding long-sleeve shirts for frequent wear, travel, and off-season storage.
How to Fold a Long-Sleeve T-Shirt
Folding long-sleeve T-shirts might seem like a simple endeavor, but there’s a method to the madness. After all, a quick fold can lead to wrinkles and create extra ironing work. Fortunately, you can fold long sleeve T-shirts expertly with just a few simple steps.
Keep It Simple for Everyday T-Shirt Storage
Possibly the easiest folding method you can try, this simple technique will save you time. Try it when you’re in a hurry or have a full laundry basket to tackle in a short period of time.