Sock of the Month Subscription: The Five Best Ways to Fold Your Socks

sock of the month Subscription: The Five Best Ways to Fold Your Socks

How many times have you opened your sock drawer, only to be overwhelmed by the number of socks inside? Whether it’s because you bought or received a large amount of socks in one month, or simply because you don’t know how to fold them, we have the solution for you. sock of the month Subscription was born out of the need to reduce excess and cut back on laundry time. The subscription allows you to choose which style of sock you want each month, with new styles coming out every so often.

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The Basic Fold


This is a classic and easy sock fold that you can use with any type of sock. It will keep your socks from getting lumpy in your drawer. It's also easy enough to teach your kids how to do it so they don't have a mess in their room, too. First, stuff one foot into the other. Then, bring one side over onto the other side and fold them together like they were two halves of a sandwich. Finally, tuck in the extra fabric at both ends and place them either inside a drawer or closet shelf or hang them on a hanger (if you're using dresser drawers).
This is arguably the most common way people fold their socks. But if this isn't for you then read on!

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The Roll


This is probably one of the most popular ways to fold socks. Simply roll them up with all the toes in one direction and then roll it up again in a different direction. This creates a nice compact package that will fit in any drawer. This method is perfect for those who like their socks rolled into a ball or may want to store them in a drawer or on top of each other for easy access. The downside is this method can be difficult when you have different types and lengths of socks, such as dress socks and ankle socks, because they often get mixed up together.

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The Bundle


This is a simple sock folding method that's perfect for gifting socks or just using when you want to be able to quickly find your socks. It takes its name from the shape it creates, which resembles a triangle. Start by folding your sock in half so that one leg is on either side and then tuck one leg into the other (right leg over left, right leg under left). Flip it over so that you're looking at what was originally the bottom of your sock (now it will be pointing up) and fold it in half again so that one leg is now at each end. This time, tuck both legs into each other (right over left, right under left). Next, fold both ends away from each other in opposite directions until they meet.

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The Triangle


This way, you can always have something fun and new to wear with your favorite outfits. If you're shopping for someone who likes stylish socks and is hard to buy for, this would be an excellent option. Plus, if you're already into buying cool socks online this service is an easy way to get a variety of socks at your doorstep!

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The Origami


An ankle sock is, by definition, an unfinished sock. So why not finish it off with a cool, colorful fold? That's just one of the many ways you can fold your socks like a boss! Here are five other great methods for folding socks that we recommend using in order to get ready for a day at work or school.
Origami – Lay your socks out on top of each other and roll them up tightly, using both hands in opposite directions (think wrapping paper). Then take one end and start folding it over until you have a nice little roll-up bundle.
Zigzag – Lay your sock on top of another so that one cuff overlaps the other.