Sock of the Month Subscription: 5 Unique Ways to Fold Your Socks

sock of the month Subscription: 5 Unique Ways to Fold Your Socks

Your sock drawer doesn’t have to be a total mess! If you sign up for the sock of the month subscription, you’ll get 5 unique ways to fold your socks delivered right to your door. Just think—you can finally put away that organizer and say goodbye to never being able to find your favorite pair of socks!


1) The Classic Roll

The Classic Roll is a great way to store your socks and prevent them from getting tangled. It's also an easy way to grab a pair when you need it. The only downside is that it takes up more room than other methods.
1. Place the two socks in your hand with the toes facing up and place one sock on top of the other, toe-to-toe. 2. Roll both socks together into a single tube as tightly as possible, starting with your hand at one end, then rolling towards the other end with your palm always on top of one sock and your fingers on top of the other. 3.


2) The Basket Weave

The Basket Weave is a great way to fold your socks. This strategy is good for either long or short socks as it folds them neatly in half and stacks them on top of each other. First, fold one sock in half lengthwise and then lay it flat on your hand with the hemmed edge at the top. Lay a second sock on top and then repeat this process until you have stacked all the socks you want to fold. Now, take two fingers from each hand and hold them perpendicular to one another with their ends meeting at about halfway up the stack. Then, place your thumbs over these fingers so that they are now just holding up the stack from either side, creating a basket weave pattern with your hands when you look down at them.


3) The Figure Eight

The Figure Eight is a great way to fold your socks, and it's easier than you think. The first step is to take your sock, turn it inside out and put one end over the other like this. Next, take the two ends and twist them together in a figure eight shape. This will flatten your sock into a neat little package that takes up less space in your drawer or closet. It also makes it easy for you find exactly which pair you're looking for when you need them.


4) The pretzel

The pretzel is a type of bread that is most often salt-dipped and shaped into a knot. The pretzels are made from flour, salt, water, yeast and baking soda. They were originally called bretzels and their name was later shortened to pretzel. Pretzels are typically baked in an oven at high temperatures for an extended time period.


5) The basic fold

There are many ways to fold your socks, but here is a basic way that works well. First, lay the sock out so it's lengthwise (it doesn't matter which end you start with). Then roll the sock from one end over halfway and then again from top down so it creates a spiral shape. Finally, roll it up tightly into a cylinder and secure with a rubber band or hair tie.