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





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How do I fold my socks anyway?

It's no secret that folding your socks can be a pain in the butt. There are so many ways and everyone has their own way they think is best! Sometimes it feels like you'll never get it right. But, there are some great ways to fold your socks that make for a more organized sock drawer and less time spent trying to figure out what goes where.

1) The Perfect Pairs Method - This method starts with each pair of socks together and then folds them one at a time into pairs according to color until all pairs are together in one stack on top of each other.



6) Rolled - Best for storing socks in your drawer

Rolled socks are the best for storing in your drawer. Rolling them up makes it so they don't get tangled and it's easier to grab one when you need it. It also makes them easier to pack when travelling. If you're looking for a more decorative way of folding your socks, try tying them together in a colorful ribbon. It will look great on display in your bedroom or even on top of your dresser!



7) Flat – For putting on shoes

Fold your socks flat and then stack them inside one another. This prevents them from getting all bunched up when they are stored in your sock drawer. The best way to fold socks flat is by picking up a single sock and making sure that it is laying completely flat before you pick up the next sock. If you have a lot of socks, take each pair and fold it in half before stacking them on top of each other. It will help prevent them from bunching up when you put them away. Lastly, if you have only one or two pairs, fold those in half vertically instead of horizontally so that they will fit in drawers without any issues at all!



8) Criss Cross - For your pants

The Criss Cross fold is perfect for just about everything. It's simple and you can use it in a pinch when you are in a hurry. This is also a great technique if you want to fold your socks into pairs, as it will keep them together. Just make sure that they are all facing the same way before you start folding!



9) Zig Zag - For folding oddly shaped socks

Zig Zag- for folding oddly shaped socks

If you are left with a sock that is oddly shaped, and you want to fold it so that it will be comfortable on your feet, then you should use the Zigzag method. The first thing that you need to do is create two folds in opposite directions in order to create a zigzag effect. Once this has been done, fold one side over onto the other side. Next, hold both edges at the top and place your thumb between them. Hold them securely and pull them down until they touch each other at the bottom. Lastly, slide your thumb outwards so that it covers all three layers of fabric with one hand while holding onto either edge with your other hand.