The sock of the month Subscription: The Five Best Ways to Fold Your Socks
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The Bunny Ear Method
This method is a super fun way to fold your socks. All you need are scissors and a sock! First, cut off one side of the sock so that you have two separate pieces. Next, cut off both sides that are opposite each other so that you have four separate pieces. Finally, use your fingers or your scissors to tuck in the top corners of each piece.
The Ring Method
This is one of the simpler ways to fold your socks, but it's also a bit more time-consuming. For this method, you'll need two bowls or other containers that can hold your socks and a laundry basket or other container for your folded clothes. Start by placing two single socks inside each container. Now place one bowl on top of the other in such a way that one sock is inside both bowls. Then take off these two bowls and put them together with their corresponding socks inside them so they're facing each other--one bowl on top and one on bottom--like an open ring. From here, you can either start adding more single pairs of socks into these bowls or you can just go ahead and start folding all your newly paired up socks at once.
The Swiss Army Knife Method
Many people believe that there is no right way to fold a sock, but there are a few different methods that can help organize your closet or drawer. One such method is known as the Swiss Army Knife Method. To do this, lay your socks out in pairs and fold them in half so they overlap like an army knife. Once you have folded each pair, stack them on top of one another with one atop the other and then place them in your dresser drawer or closet shelf. This will allow you to quickly sort through all of your socks at once while also making it easy for you to find any particular pair if needed.
The Accordion Method
If you're looking for a way to neatly fold your socks, consider the accordion method. To start, lay one sock flat on a surface and fold it in half vertically. Then, fold it in half again horizontally so that it's now folded into three equal sections. Next, take one section and fold it over onto the next section until all three are aligned. Finally, roll up from bottom-to-top until you have an accordion shape and place it on top of your other folded pairs.