How To Fold Jogging Pants

When it comes to organizing my wardrobe, one of the tasks I used to dread was folding my jogging pants. They always seemed to end up as a big, messy pile in my drawer, making it nearly impossible to find the pair I wanted to wear. However, after some trial and error, I’ve discovered a folding method that not only keeps my jogging pants neat and tidy, but also saves space in my drawer. In this article, I’ll share with you my step-by-step process for folding jogging pants like a pro.

Gather Your Supplies

Before you begin, make sure you have everything you need. All you’ll need is a flat surface, such as a table or a bed, and your jogging pants.

Step 1: Lay Pants Flat

Start by laying your jogging pants flat on the surface. Smooth out any wrinkles or creases so that the fabric is evenly spread out.

Step 2: Fold in Half Lengthwise

Next, fold your jogging pants in half lengthwise, bringing one pant leg over the other. Make sure the waistband and the bottom cuffs of the pants are aligned. This will create a long, narrow strip of fabric.

Step 3: Fold in Half Crosswise

Now, fold the long strip of fabric in half crosswise, bringing the waistband down to meet the bottom cuffs. This will create a smaller rectangle shape.

Step 4: Fold in Thirds

To save even more space in your drawer, fold the rectangle in thirds. Start by folding one side of the rectangle over to the middle, then fold the other side over to meet it. This will create a compact square shape.

Step 5: Store or Stack

Now that your jogging pants are neatly folded, you can either store them vertically or stack them horizontally in your drawer. Storing them vertically allows you to easily see each pair and grab the one you want without disturbing the others. Stacking them horizontally conserves space but may require you to lift the stack to find the pair you want.

Folding my jogging pants using this method has truly been a game-changer for me. Not only does it keep my drawer organized and easy to navigate, but it also prevents my pants from getting wrinkled or tangled up with other clothing items. Plus, the efficient use of space allows me to fit more joggers in my drawer, making it easier to rotate through my collection.

So next time you find yourself staring at a daunting pile of jogging pants, give this folding method a try. I guarantee you’ll be amazed at how much neater and more accessible your wardrobe becomes. Happy folding!