Inside: How to fold onesies to save space - are onesies taking up too much room in your child's closet? Follow this simple guide to learn how to fold them for superior storage capacity!
If you're a new parent, you've probably already discovered that baby clothes take up a lot of space in your home. And since babies grow so quickly, it can be hard to justify keeping all those tiny clothes around for very long. So how can you save space when it comes to storing baby clothes? One simple solution is to learn how to fold onesies (those cute little bodysuits) in a way that takes up less room. In this post, we'll walk you through the process.
Step 1: Lay the onesie flat
To begin, lay the onesie flat on a clean surface, like a table or bed. Make sure the snaps are undone and the sleeves are unfolded.
Step 2: Fold the sides in
Next, fold each side of the onesie in towards the center, making sure the edges meet in the middle. Smooth out any wrinkles as you go.
Step 3: Fold the bottom up
Now, fold the bottom of the onesie up towards the top, again making sure the edges meet in the middle. This should create a long, skinny rectangle.
Step 4: Fold in half
Finally, fold the onesie in half lengthwise, so the bottom of the onesie meets the top. You can then stack the folded onesies neatly in a drawer or on a shelf.
Optional step: Roll instead of folding
If you prefer, you can also roll onesies instead of folding them. To do this, simply follow the first two steps above (laying the onesie flat and folding the sides in), and then roll the onesie up from the bottom. This can be a great space-saving technique if you're short on drawer space.
By folding (or rolling) your onesies in this way, you'll be able to fit more of them into the same amount of space. Plus, they'll be easier to sort through when you're trying to find a specific onesie for your baby to wear. Give it a try and see how much space you can save!
You may want to read more about how to fold, stack and effectively store and organize baby clothes in this article: "7 Simple Steps to Effectively Store and Organize Baby Clothes"