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How To Design A T-shirt Folder?


Aug. 07, 2020

Folding T-shirts can be a pain, especially if you’re trying to pack a bunch for a trip or you’re organizing your closet. A T-Shirt folder can help you fold a lot of shirts quickly so they all look neat and organized. You can make a T-shirt holder in just a few minutes using materials you probably already have around the house. Make one for yourself or your kids to make folding T-shirts fast and easy!
Cut an 8.5 in (22 cm) wide and 17 in (43 cm) long piece of cardboard. You can use a straight piece of cardboard or cut apart a cardboard box. Measure out your piece and use a box cutter to cut it out in a straight line. Cut out 2 more identical pieces of cardboard. Grab some more cardboard and cut out and measure 2 more panels that are the same size as the first piece. Use the first piece of cardboard you cut out as a guide to making sure they’re all the same size.
Lay all 3 panels side by side lengthwise. Pick a flat surface, like the table or the floor, and spread your cardboard pieces out. Line the panels up lengthwise without any space in between them so they make one tall piece of cardboard. Tape the top half of the panels together. Grab a roll of masking tape or duct tape and stick the 3 panels together so they’re still side by side. Use 2 different pieces of tape to attach them, but only tape the top half of the panels together so the bottom can still bend.
Measure halfway up the middle panel and draw a line across it. Use a ruler or a tape measure to mark a line in the center of the middle panel. Use a permanent marker to draw a line across the center so you can keep track of where it is. Score a line across the center of the middle panel. Use a knife or a box cutter to gently cut a line across the center of the panel, but don’t cut all the way through the cardboard. Instead, score a line about halfway through it so that the panel can bend, but it’s still attached to the top half. 
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