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Old 08-23-2004, 06:30 PM   #1
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Default How to fold a shirt-really neat

This is such a cool way to fold a shirt, sort of like
an origami technique! Took a few tries, but it really
works. Of course my thoughts went right to paper!

http://www.howtofoldashirt.net/

You can see the video with the instruction if you
click the link for either Quicktime or WMA (for
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Old 08-23-2004, 08:12 PM   #2
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LOL!!!

I used to work at the GAP part time, just for fun and the discount, and they have a cool board they use to fold. I am still picky about my folding.

thanks for sharing the fun link!
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That's crazy!! My DH's eyes popped out of his head.

Hey, Lisa! Have you seen the FlipFold? I wonder if that is what the board thing at the GAP was like. That's what we use.
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OMG! What fun! I just grabbed one of DH's tees and folded-unfolded-folded-unfolded...
DH thinks I am over the edge now!
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WOW!
That is SO COOL!!!!
Thanks for sharing with us!

Never thought that folding laundry could be fun.
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I see there is an advertisment on the bottom of that page for the Flip Fold.. lol
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My husband found the website when he was reading some articles about origami on slashdot (geek news website). There were many comments and one gave the link for the shirt folding. http://slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=0...id=186&tid=133

Lisa, How funny that you worked at the Gap. One of the guys who commented on the site made a comment about the Gap![/quote]
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Here is a link I had saved on folding a dollar bill into a shirt with oragami. It is a fun way to give a money present -- but you can use patterened paper the same siaze as a dollar bill and make a shirt!

http://members.cox.net/crandall11/money/shirt/

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Oh I got a mountain of laundry to fold to! I am going to have to try that!
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My husband is one of those can't fold, I will just shove my shirt in the drawer kind of guys. Mayeb a "tool" would help him!
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Default thanks mom2katjon

This $$ shirt folding was exactly what I was looking for! I love it. I'm going to try a few new things with it.
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Quote:

Originally Posted by mom2katjon
Here is a link I had saved on folding a dollar bill into a shirt with oragami. Susan
Oh wow! just the cutest thing I ever saw!
Will use this at Christmas!
THanks!
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