Sock of the Month Subscriptions: The 5 Best Ways to Fold Your Socks

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1) Roll Them Up

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1. Roll Them Up - We recommend rolling up like a burrito and tying them together with either a bow or ribbon. This is perfect if you have multiple pairs that need to be matched!

2) Triangle Fold

The first method for folding your socks is a triangle fold. Start by pairing two socks of the same color together, then lay one sock on top of the other with their toes overlapping. Take both socks and pull them up so that they meet in the middle, at their heels. Pull them over each other's toes and hold them together with your thumb and index finger while you slowly roll them down until they are fully folded in half. This will result in a 'V' shape that can be placed into a drawer or shoe box.

3) Overhand Knot

The Overhand Knot is a simple, fast way to fold socks that are still in use. It's one of the most popular methods for folding socks and has many advantages over other methods. First, it saves space by making your sock more compact. Second, this method is easy and can be done with one hand. Third, it doesn't require any clips or rubber bands which helps avoid snagging your clothes on them when you're getting dressed in the morning. If you have a lot of socks then you'll also save time by not having to pick up each sock and fold it individually. Finally, this method also makes it so that there's less wear and tear on your socks which extends their lifespan!

4) Pouch

The first sock folding method is called a pouch. To do this, you need to lay your socks down flat with their toes touching and fold them in half. This will create two layers. Then, fold each layer in half and tuck one end inside the other. Pouches are great for storing your socks in drawers or under beds.

The second sock folding method is called an oversized folder. To do this, you need to start with a regular rectangle-shaped sock and fold it into thirds vertically, making three folds on either side of the cuff. Next, make two folds horizontally across the top of your sock so that it resembles a square shape before finally rolling it up into a tube shape.

5) Skip It

1. To fold a sock in thirds, place it on a flat surface with one end facing you. Now, fold the end that is facing you up over itself and gently push it down so that it folds in half. Next, fold this whole portion in thirds again so that one third is now on top and two-thirds are underneath. 2. Place your folded sock on a flat surface with the heel at the bottom and toes at the top. Make sure all of your toes are at least touching each other. Then tuck your heel into one corner of your toe area and bring both corners together until they touch and create a triangle shape with one point being your heel.