How to Fold a Shirt

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How to Fold a Shirt

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Ok, pay attention, now:

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Huh, that is interesting. I tried it myself :lol:
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This method has been making the rounds on the Internet for about a year now. Of course, this is the first time it's been done with cleavage. :)
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there's a shirt in that video? but where??? Image
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Post by origami_8 »

Rewatch the first seconds of the video, it's the thing she pulls off to show her bra.
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I'm just waiting for the sequel..."how to fold a bra"!!! :o
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qtrollip wrote:I'm just waiting for the sequel..."how to fold a bra"!!! :o
xDD... let me know when released :D
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This one without distraction(s)... :lol:
and neater. :)

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Post by Ondrej.Cibulka »

It is nice. :) Our origami society enjoyed this method during its meeting 2005.
But it has still the same problem as all other methods: you need big flat and clean background. :lol: I usually fold my T-shirts in hands and shirts put on the hanger.
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Post by Foldingsmith »

For some reason, this video seems to be on-topic...

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Yes. "Some reason" Image
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