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Ultimate Packing Hack...Roll Your Clothes

Updated: Oct 5, 2018

I know, I know, you have heard it before, tried it before or whatever and it hasn't made a difference. I promise this way of rolling your clothes will.

Updated: 18/09/2018

Here I provide step-by-step instructions on rolling your shirts and pants. This will help with saving space and ensures you won't have to repack shirts when you pull one out.

How to roll your T-Shirts

Step 1: Start by taking the bottom of the shirt and rolling a cuff. The cuff should be around 2 inches in length.

Step 2: Once you have the cuff on the shirt, lay it down on a flat surface, front of the shirt facing upwards, and smooth out any wrinkles. Removing wrinkles here will ensure that your shirt remains wrinkle free for when you wear it later.

Step 3: Fold the shirt in thirds, again making sure to flatten out any wrinkles and maintain the cuff.

Step 4: Roll the shirt from top to bottom until you have rolled over the cuff. Once the shirt is rolled over the cuff, unfold the cuff over the ends of the shirt to lock the roll in place.

How to roll your pants

Step 1: Ok so the process is similar for pants as t-shirts. Start by making sure your pants are buttoned and zipped up all the way. Then you roll a cuff into the waist of your pants. The cuff should be a little larger, maybe 4 inches in length. Once you have the cuff rolled, tuck the pants pockets back inside the pant legs.

Step 2: Fold the pants in half and lay them down on the floor. Make sure you smooth out any creases and wrinkles.

Step 3: Roll the pants from the bottom to the top until you have rolled the pants over the cuff. Unfold the cuff similar to with the t-shirt to lock the ends of the roll in place.

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