DIY: T-Shirt folder for kids

I wish my kids can help with laundry!tshirt-folder

My wish was granted! I found instructions for super cool t-shirt folder made out of cardboard in the Facebook few days ago! I was sceptic as all the Latvians are (yes, most of Latvians are sceptic for new things!).  This is my first time using something like that. I know, I know someone is selling plastic ones and maybe you can buy these somewhere in USA, but here in Latvia it’s something new… Or is it just for me!?

Well, now it’s time to make one. How to do that?! Use this tutorials and measurements… but I did my way. Took one of my girls t-shirt (I believe my girls can fold here t-shirts) fold it and measured the sides (I got: 20.5 cm x 17 cm). And made my t-shirt folder based on these measurements. Cut 6 rectangles: 20.5cm x 17cm. And stick together as shown in the picture.

Simple. All you need is cardboard and Duct Tape. And 10 minutes  or even less… Quick to make and works like a charm! And now Nelle is having fun and I should make another one for 2 year old Linna, too!

Ilze

P.S. Featured image credit: Instuctables.com


10 thoughts on “DIY: T-Shirt folder for kids

    1. Ha ha, that’s good. Since we are airdry the clothes we need to iron them first. We use ironing board and it is easy to fold on it. But girls like to take more then one tshirt out of their wardrobe and… i have to put them back. Now they can use tshirt folder!

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    1. 🙂 I first heard about it few days ago and I was surprised that someone need something like that… maybe because I have girls with dresses that don’t need folding. But for boys and T-shirts it might be a must have!

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