How to Fold a T-Shirt

T-shirts are made in all colors and designs
T-shirts are made in all colors and designs

The Popularity of T Shirts

T Shirt sales accounted for over two-hundred sixty two ($262) million dollars in revenue in 2014, with sales on the rise due primarily because of the ease of purchasing these items online.1 In fact, Teespring, one of the top T-shirt sellers in the U.S., printed more than seven million shirts last year.2

It seems as if everyone has at least a few of these fashion items tucked away in a drawer. This makes things easy when it comes to gift giving and holiday shopping. There are a number of on line sites which sell a variety of both men's and women's T Shirts in cotton and polyester blends. An incredible variety of custom shirts are available with sports related images, photos, holidays scenes, pets, politically oriented, favorite slogans and more. Whatever you can imagine can usually be printed on a t-shirt.

T-Shirt - Thomas Rhett

Various Laundry Methods

I was visiting a relative who has four young boys and a matching laundry load. Her method of laundering clothes and folding them was unusual. She would take the lot of them, fresh out of the dryer, and make a huge pile of clothes that would remain beside their bed until needed. Whenever the boys wanted a fresh shirt, they would simply pluck one from the pile to wear.

It seems easier to me to form them into a compact shape that takes up less space and requires less ironing.

The Laundry Room

Doing the laundry is more fun with music playing in the background.
Doing the laundry is more fun with music playing in the background. | Source

People Collect T-Shirts

My husband has an extensive collection of t-shirts, some of which may have arrived on the Mayflower with the Pilgrims. He has shirts with designs that range from drag racing Motorsports events and Chevrolet engines to company slogans and astrological Signs. He has hung onto shirts which are undoubtedly older than some who may be reading about this or perhaps just looking at the photos. Either way, the trouble comes in getting him to give up those shirts which are permanently stained with automotive paint, motor oil and grease from his activities in the man cave.

Lucky me, I'm the one who gets to launder these items of questionable value, that is, when he finally brings his overflowing hamper down to the laundry room. Or, as a last resort, I give in and bring the laundry downstairs myself.

These Were Once Called Undershirts

Oh, I whistle while I work. Lala la la la la laaaa.
Oh, I whistle while I work. Lala la la la la laaaa. | Source

Many of us have been folding clothes for an eternity or at least since dirt was invented. For those who are beginners at this much undervalued occupation, let's begin. The first step is to hop up when you hear the buzzer on the dryer indicating that the load is finished.

Don't have a buzzer? Perhaps you've accidentally turned it off or turned the volume so low that it can't be heard over the barking dog and the screaming children. Begin by turning up the volume. On the buzzer, of course.

The Folding Table

Take the clothes out of the dryer promptly and stage them on the washer.
Take the clothes out of the dryer promptly and stage them on the washer.

Fold the laundry while it is still warm. I know, that's sometimes not possible due to other more important things like working, cooking, mopping or sleeping. Life just gets in the way sometimes. But if you follow this one tip, you'll spend a lot less time under scrutiny at the office when you look like you slept in your clothes.

Old T-Shirts are the hubby's favorite attire
Old T-Shirts are the hubby's favorite attire

How to Begin Folding Clothes

Firmly grab the T Shirt by either seam at the top which intersects the sleeve. Hold on tight and give the warm shirt a good hard shake. Now reassure the dog that you're not out to get them with the shirt and lay it on the washing machine front side down neatly. Perhaps I should mention to make sure the lid of the washer is closed. Continue placing warm T Shirts face down in a pile. Hit the dryer button again to keep the other laundry going. Sometimes I just yank a shirt out and begin folding before the buzzer sounds. I know, I'm an overachiever.

Step 1

Using the washing machine as a folding table, place the shirt face down
Using the washing machine as a folding table, place the shirt face down

1. Using the washing machine as a folding table, place the shirt face down. Begin by folding the long edge of the shirt toward the middle approximately three inches from the neck band.

Step 2

Fold the sleeve back toward the outer edge.
Fold the sleeve back toward the outer edge.

Then, fold the sleeve back toward the outer edge to allow for the second fold.

Step 3

Fold the opposite side of the T-shirt towards the middle to match the first side
Fold the opposite side of the T-shirt towards the middle to match the first side

Fold the opposite side of the T-shirt towards the middle to match the first side making sure the folds are equally spaced from the neck.

Step 4

Fold the bottom portion of the shirt up toward the middle, about a third of the way up toward the neck.
Fold the bottom portion of the shirt up toward the middle, about a third of the way up toward the neck.

Fold the bottom portion of the shirt up toward the middle about a third of the way up toward the neck like a burrito. Mmm. Burrito.

Step 5

Fold the lower third of the shirt up toward the neck matching the edges.
Fold the lower third of the shirt up toward the neck matching the edges.

Fold the lower third of the shirt up toward the neck matching the edges to form a compact bundle.

Aligning the Finished Product

Flip the bundle over, right side upward and stack evenly with other shirts on the surface of the dryer.
Flip the bundle over, right side upward and stack evenly with other shirts on the surface of the dryer.

Flip the bundle over, right side upward and stack evenly with other shirts on the surface of the dryer.

Step 6 - Repeat Steps 1-5

6. Repeat steps 1 through 5, placing the second folded shirt on top of the first shirt, making sure to line all edges up evenly.

Remember the burrito? Continue...

Wash, Rinse, Repeat

Wash, rinse, then repeat.
Wash, rinse, then repeat.

The Seven Step Program of Folding T Shirts

  1. Start by folding the long side of the shirt toward the middle approximately three inches from the neck band. Then fold the sleeve back out of the way.
  2. Fold the opposite side of the shirt toward the middle back to match the first side.
  3. Fold the bottom third of the shirt up toward the top, like a burrito. Mmm. Burrito.
  4. Fold that portion toward the neck of the shirt to make a small bundle.
  5. Place the folded shirt on the dryer, right side up to start a pile.
  6. Repeat steps 1 through 5, placing the second folded shirt on top of the first shirt, being careful to line the edges up evenly.
  7. Continue folding until you reach old age.

Put Another Log On The Fire - Tompall Glaser

How many loads of clothes does your family run per week?

  • None, we just throw our clothes out after each use.
  • Two loads keeps us in fresh underwear. That's all that really matters.
  • Three loads a week is a good number. Yes, I'll say three.
  • Four loads of clothes per week since I work and have to wear a new outfit everyday.
  • Let's face it, I run a load of clothes every day and still can't keep up.
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Honey, Where is My Super Shirt?

A Word To The Wise

A word of caution to new homemakers, remember, if you throw away your husband's (or wife's) torn and worn T Shirts, do so while he or she is not home. Promptly bundle up the garbage and take it out to the curb before they get home. It's best to do this on trash collection day.

It has been my experience over the years that ragged, stained and worn out T Shirts find their way back into the wash when this advice is not heeded.

"Honey, where is my super shirt?"

© 2013 Peg Cole

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wabash annie 2 years ago from Colorado Front Range

Excellent suggestions. Thanks for sharing ... will have to try the t-shirt folding.


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billybuc 2 years ago from Olympia, WA

I actually learned how to do this for a job I had in a sporting goods store many years ago. I can fold better than Bev, which is not a good thing because now I fold all the clothes. LOL Good suggestions.


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PegCole17 2 years ago from Dallas, Texas Author

Hi Wabash Annie. It's not for everyone so take it slow. JK. Thanks for the compliment and for the visit.


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PegCole17 2 years ago from Dallas, Texas Author

BillyB. I think that's why the hubster has never learned to operate the vacuum cleaner although he can rebuild a high performance racing engine. He has trouble with the operation of the sponge as well. Go figure?


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marcoujor 2 years ago from Jeffersonville PA

OMG, I needed a good domestic diva guffaw, Sista Peg!

We are on the same fold with all suggested snippets and steps...with one exception. I do Phase 2 sometimes when the old man is actually wearing the tee shirt...oops, TMI?!

I run for the buzzer and love the feel of warm laundry...OK, that is enough of my dirty little secrets...you could do a series, seriously...and have a warm and cozy evening. Love, Maria


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mckbirdbks 2 years ago from Emerald Wells, Just off the crossroads,Texas

Peg, I find this hub, neat, clean and tidy, but nothing pressing. (groan) Your sense of humor is running on high octane with this one. Sending this off to Tweet Land. That last video is funny.


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PegCole17 2 years ago from Dallas, Texas Author

My dear Mar! Oh! That phase 2 can get you in trouble sometimes. I run for the buzzer too, because the dogs start barking and won't stop until I've finished folding. They do that when I'm on the phone too. It helps to get rid of the telemarketers, but... I do love your dirty little secrets. Sounds like a great book title. Love u 2


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PegCole17 2 years ago from Dallas, Texas Author

Mck, you are in rare form tonight with your double entendres and your words that have two meanings too. High octane is totally apropos to doing dirty laundry. Got a match? (Not since Superman.) groan back at ya.


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Becky Katz 2 years ago from Hereford, AZ

I am giggling about the last video. Truly enjoyable hub. I don't fold Dennis' t-shirts like that. He just unfolds until he gets to the one he wants and then shoves them all down to close the drawer anyway. Katy does her own laundry and she goes the method of your cousin. She shoves them all in her basket and runs off to the bedroom with it while I am yelling to fold them and put them away.

The buzzer on my dryer never goes off because the timer is broken and it never shuts off unless I open the door. Thank God because my dogs would bark at it too and I don't need any more chaos going on. I got woken up this morning by the Fedex guy knocking and the dogs barking. The package wasn't supposed to be delivered until about noon. Of course, he came several hours early. Never happens when you are anxious for it to be early.


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PegCole17 2 years ago from Dallas, Texas Author

Hello Becky. That last video is one of my favs from the movie "The Incredibles" which is hysterically funny. We love the animated movies and that one is one we watch over and over again. Yep, I can relate to Dennis' t shirt thing and recently went in and organized J's closet. My OCD is going overboard lately but the closet looks like an Old Navy store now. He knows better than to mess things up.

I had a dryer like that before this new one that I despise. I wish I had my old one back and the washer too. This new one ties all the clothes into a tight knot that takes Superwoman to untangle.

We had a delivery from the UPS guy today, too. He left a package on the porch and the dogs went absolutely wild.


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Becky Katz 2 years ago from Hereford, AZ

Peg, the new dog is a yorkie mix and her voice is so high pitched, we all wince when she barks. We have gotten her mostly trained to just growl now and THAT is so cute. Indoor voice is what our daughter is calling it.

We had to sign for it today, the one last week that we did not need to sign for, was put in the screen door of the house next door, where no one lives. It took two days and calling fedex, to find it. They had to come out and help me look for it.

This dryer works good, it just keeps running and running though. Have to remember to check on it once in a while.


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always exploring 2 years ago from Southern Illinois

Peg, folding t-shirts is not one of my favotite things to do, but you make it sound like fun. I must confess, i share your OCD, perfection is a curse! I have an Elvis shirt that i treasure, bought the day after he died, no amount of money could buy it. Fun and useful hub, loved both videos, esp. The Incredibles...


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PegCole17 2 years ago from Dallas, Texas Author

Becky, I have a barkaholic who is nearly 14 now and she can really get going on the barking. Is this a new one plus the original Rufus? We call it inside voice, too. Cookie only knows outside voice. And when there's a train whistle, she howls.


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PegCole17 2 years ago from Dallas, Texas Author

Hi Ruby,

So good to see you again. Elvis rocks and I have T Shirts from the dark ages. One is from the Post Office when stamps were really cheap. Thanks for the great comment and for watching the videos.


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FlourishAnyway 2 years ago from USA

Peg, Great hub. Folding them like this makes me feel very tidy. They look so good all stacked up neatly. I am a perfectionist too and love doing things the "right" way. I like your instructions on trash day and disposing of Teniers that have overstayed their welcome.


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Becky Katz 2 years ago from Hereford, AZ

Yes Peg. My daughter wanted a little dog, so we got this little monster. She was not well loved and not trained much at her previous home. She is about 3 years old and is learning how to behave better. I don't think they trained her, they just hit her. She is learning to trust us now.


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Frank Atanacio 2 years ago from Shelton

peg, a very useful hub.. folding tee gives me more room in the drawers too great share


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PegCole17 2 years ago from Dallas, Texas Author

Hello FlourishA, Tidy is a good thing. I like your name for T Shirts which have overstayed their welcome - Teniers. Hmmm. Good one. I have a few of those which I just can't seem to give up, too. They're well hidden.


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PegCole17 2 years ago from Dallas, Texas Author

How sweet, Becky. It takes a lot to regain the trust of those who've been abused. How can people treat their dogs and their children like that? It boggles the mind. They really love to please if folks would just give them a chance. We had one like that when we first moved out here - a Chow mix. She turned out to be loving and obedient and a good sister to the other dogs.


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PegCole17 2 years ago from Dallas, Texas Author

Frank! Nice to see you. Yes, surprisingly, a folded pile allows more room than a crumpled pile of clothes. And way less ironing. Drawer space is always at a premium.


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SubRon7 2 years ago from eastern North Dakota

Hi Peg, I didn't really care to learn how to fold a T-shirt, but I knew this hub coming from you would be funny, and it was. Thank you.

Since getting out of the navy I don't wear T-shirts. Just once I did, after getting the gift from a girl I met at a National Audubon Society outing at the bald eagle research center in north central MN. She gave me a green T-shirt with an eagle on the front. It said, "Bald is beautiful." At the time I wasn't quite bald, but well on my way. I wore it just once, just for her.

In the cold season I wear turtlenecks and I "do" fold them, right away, and very similar to how you described.

Thanks for another great and humorous hub, Peg!


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robie2 2 years ago from Central New Jersey

Now THIS is what I call useful information with a dash of fun to make it more fun.... Bravo Peg. Oh, and Put Another Log on the Fire is one of my alltime personal favorites so I loved seeing it here.....music to fold Tee shirts by LOL All in all just a great read filled with good, useable information. Thumbs up up up


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robie2 2 years ago from Central New Jersey

I am especially loving the seven step program of shirt folding, because I have a real shirt folding problem LOL


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Mike Robbers 2 years ago from London

Very useful and practical Peg,it may seems an easy thing for some people to do but I always did that job wrong!!!


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tillsontitan 2 years ago from New York

Now that's a great idea for a hub! The only problem is getting my husband to read it ;) His idea of folding a tee shirt is grabbing the two sleeves and folding!! Maybe we could include this entertaining hub with men's tee shirts, that way they might read it when they buy their tee shirts? Well, a girl can dream. (You could sell this to Woman's Day.)

Voted up, useful, funny, awesome, and interesting.


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mythbuster 2 years ago from Utopia, Oz, You Decide

Enjoyed the "Where is my supersuit?" clip, along with the easy to follow instructions for folding T-Shirts like the professionals.


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drbj 2 years ago from south Florida

Very clever and very funny as well, Peg. I once learned how to fold a dollar bill so it looks like a shirt. But I never knew before how to fold a tee shirt perfectly. Now thanks to you, I do.

Some time ago I wrote, 'History of Tshirts and tshirts and Tees.' May I link it to your hub?


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PegCole17 2 years ago from Dallas, Texas Author

Well Hi, James. National Audubon Society shirts with eagles sounds nice. It would figure that in your climate a turtleneck shirt would be welcomed. Thanks for stopping by on this one, SubRon7. Glad you found it humorous.


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PegCole17 2 years ago from Dallas, Texas Author

Hi Robie2. Sorry for the delay in answering your sweet comment. I spent the day making Lasagne and Manicotti. (Future hubs) I like "Put Another Log on the Fire," too. It makes me laugh. Thanks so much for the thumbs up!


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PegCole17 2 years ago from Dallas, Texas Author

Robie2, That is funny - a shirt folding problem. Mine is ongoing.


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PegCole17 2 years ago from Dallas, Texas Author

Hi Mike Robbers, Glad I could share this with T Shirt info-mercial with you. There really isn't a right way to fold shirts. I'm sure your method works just fine. Whatever gets the job done. Nice to see you here today.


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PegCole17 2 years ago from Dallas, Texas Author

Hi Mary, What a wonderful comment! Nah. My hubby won't read this one either, that's for sure. You made my day with the Woman's Day magazine part. That was really nice of you. Thanks for the votes and the visit.


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PegCole17 2 years ago from Dallas, Texas Author

Hello Mythbuster. Thanks for watching the video and for dropping in to read this laundry day how to hub. Glad you liked the Incredible's video. It's one of my favorite clips from the movie. Nice to see you.


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PegCole17 2 years ago from Dallas, Texas Author

Hello Drbj. Thanks for the visit and kind words. Wow, I'd be honored for you to link to this hub. And I'll look up yours and if you don't mind, link back to your hub. Thanks so much!


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MartieCoetser 2 years ago from South Africa

Perfect instructions! I have never tried to fold them ON the washing machine. What a great idea. Thanks, Peg, your instructions for folding a T-shirt will be followed :)


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Pamela99 2 years ago from United States

I am particular about having clothes folded also. I like the way you fold the T-shirts. Your instructions are excellent.


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PegCole17 2 years ago from Dallas, Texas Author

Hi Martie! Thank you so much for the visit and comments. I appreciate your highly complimentary words.


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PegCole17 2 years ago from Dallas, Texas Author

Hi Pamela99, It must be genetic as I remember even ironing handkerchiefs as a pre-teen. Thanks for dropping by and for the thoughtful comments.


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JPSO138 2 years ago from Cebu, Philippines, International

I am never really good at folding my clothes and the thing is I travel a lot. This is why i found your hub very useful. Thanks for this hub and keep them coming.


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moonlake 2 years ago from America

Your laudry looks very nice. The t-shirt folding is exactly the way my daughter folds her clothes. I do my different but your right fold while warm out of the dryer. I had to laugh about the "we just throw our clothes out after each use." I knew a woman so lazy about doing laundry she would do that. Voted up ..


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PegCole17 2 years ago from Dallas, Texas Author

Hi Moonlake. Thanks. I've been in the habit of folding them this way so long, that it takes more work to do the clothes a different way. Hahah. Disposable clothes - a wave for the future I suppose. We'll just recycle and trash them after use.


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Michael J Nolan 2 years ago from Carbondale, Illinois

I fold towels this way too. My wife thinks it's obsessive. Also, when I was in college my roommates and I piled dirty dishes in the sink where they remained for over a month. I know, ewww. When we moved out of that apartment we threw them in the trash rather than wash them.


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PegCole17 2 years ago from Dallas, Texas Author

Hello Michael J. Nolan. It may be on the border of OCD, that's for sure, but what's wrong with that? I throw out plastic ware that has mold rather than open it up. Too gross.


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Nell Rose 2 years ago from England

Hi Peg, I remember doing this when I worked for a clothes Hire Firm, which also sold and hired fancy dress costumes, I remember it well! lol! I had to iron them, fold them a certain way and then put them in the plastic covers, I tend to do it at home now too! lol! great hub, voted up!


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PegCole17 2 years ago from Dallas, Texas Author

Really, Nell. How cool. I don't go as far as ironing the T-shirts but I do take them out while they're still hot to avoid creases. Maybe I'll think about getting some plastic covers. hahaha. Not really. Thanks for the comment and votes. Nice to see you.


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torrilynn 2 years ago

Interesting hub I find that folding clothes is not my cup of tea. Haha. Overall good hub.


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PegCole17 2 years ago from Dallas, Texas Author

Hi Torrilynn. Some people fold clothes, others just pile them and use as needed. Glad you stopped in to check this out.


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Stephanie Henkel 2 years ago from USA

Thanks for this humorous guide to folding t-shirts! I too have a hubby who is inordinately attached to worn out, stained and ugly t-shirts. I have been know to tear them to pieces in front of his eyes so that he won't wear them again! Like you, I'm a little OCD about having t-shirts folded and lined up nicely. I even like to put the colors together! Sick, isn't it? :) Anyway, enjoyed your hub and will have to try your method of folding. Voted up and shared.


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DzyMsLizzy 2 years ago from Oakley, CA

LOL I fold shirts only roughly, lengthwise, fronts in, then in thirds, just to fit them into the laundry basket for transport, then I hang them up in the closet. I don't have enough drawer space for our t-shirts! I save the drawers for bulky things like winter sweaters, that get weird knobs in the shoulders and stretch out of shape if hung.

Voted up and funny. My younger daughter follows your friend's example: the clothes are clean, here's the heap--pick out what you want to wear.


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JayeWisdom 2 years ago from Deep South, USA

I essentially fold them the way you instructed, but I'm not 'fanatical' about lining up the sides. 'Good enough' will do for me. Then I stack them on shelves in my closet. Folding clothes is a chore to be done quickly and gotten out of the way so I can do something more important.

Since I retired, I live in tee shirts around the house, paired with the appropriate weight and length of casual jeans or pants for the season/climate. Most of the tees in my very large collection are at least eight or nine years old. I live alone (with my dog), so don't have to worry about anyone trying to throw my old tees away! I don't wear 'message' shirts, only solid color vee-necks, and I probably have at least one of every color sold--two or three of others.

My 'vintage' tee shirts have become softer and more comfortable with time. Some are slightly faded, but for the most part, they don't look bad. (Let's put it this way: no one's complained about them to my face.) None are torn, and since I've never smoked, they don't have cigarette burn holes. All that lint that the first few washings left in the dryer is long gone--a good thing, in my opinion.

I can't believe I just wrote this much about tee shirts!

Voted Up and Funny

Jaye


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PegCole17 2 years ago from Dallas, Texas Author

Stephanie, It sounds like we've both spent way too much time in the laundry room smelling the detergent. I can't help myself. If the edges don't line up, I have been known to refold the shirt. Oh my, this is truly sick. I even like to match the socks. Time for some liquid therapy...


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PegCole17 2 years ago from Dallas, Texas Author

Dzy Ms., There is not enough space in the house to hang up all the hubby's t shirts. His drawers are overflowing as it is with outdated clothes that no longer fit. ("Don't throw it away. I've had that since the 7th grade!") Besides, he never opens the drawers so I stack them on the shelves in his closet, arranged color coordinated, of course. (Arrggh! Calgon, take me away....)


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PegCole17 2 years ago from Dallas, Texas Author

JayeWisdom, I actually have a t-shirt that I bought at the Post Office and it has a 29 cent stamp design on it - so you must know that one is paper thin from years of washing. Good thing the sheer T-shirt is popular. Not anymore? Hang on to it, it will come back in style. One of mine has a smiley face on it that says, "Have a nice day!" That's bound to come back someday. But, like you, I prefer the solid color ones without any message. I don't like it when people try to read my shirt and I'm wearing it.

I'll bet your dog never complains about your outfits. Mine don't either, but the people from "What Not To Wear" have threatened to come clean out my closet.


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Stephanie Henkel 2 years ago from USA

Peg, maybe if we had a little wine in the laundry room, we wouldn't care if the edges matched! :)


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PegCole17 2 years ago from Dallas, Texas Author

Stephanie H, This is true. Gives a new meaning to liquid laundry detergent. I really need to get a life...


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Ally Lewis 2 years ago from Pittsburgh, PA

I worked in retail for years and didn't learn how to fold clothes this efficient the whole time. This will be exceptionally useful now that I'm back home from college with actual functioning laundry. Thank you!


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PegCole17 2 years ago from Dallas, Texas Author

Hello Ally Lewis. I hope I've not pushed you toward being an OCD t shirt kind of person with this hub. Having started my work career in retail in the dark ages when people actually folded the merchandise, I spent a lot of time un-messing up the shelves. It must have warped me at a young age. Nice of you to drop in and leave such a nice comment.


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Ally Lewis 2 years ago from Pittsburgh, PA

Haha I'm the same way when I'm in a store! Always have been. You're welcome!

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