Extreme Minimalist Way of Folding Clothes | Ranger Roll Method

Extreme Minimalist Way of Folding Clothes | Ranger Roll Method


Hello, friends, this is Youheum. Thanks for
joining me. Today, I’ll share my compact folding method called Ranger Role. I’m
currently an extreme minimalist and I own 15 articles of clothing. If you want,
feel free to check out my capsule wardrobe tour. Some of you asked for a
tutorial of my Scrubba bag so I’ll soon do a step-by-step on how I wash my
laundry by hand. I do appreciate the Konmarii folding method but I also love
how the Ranger Role never gets unraveled. So it stays the same shape even when
it’s tossed and turned. If you’re going to be here till the end,
I’ll also be sharing how I tie my linen bandana on my head. For underwear, I
simply fold the waist downwards and I flip it over and fold the sides towards
the center. I roll it up once and then fold the inside outwards. I do appreciate natural non-toxic fabric
like linen, cotton, and hemp and it’s true that it does get wrinkly but I also love
the imperfection of this and I don’t really focus too much on being
presentable and being perfect. For outerwear and for my indoor robe, I
simply use a hanger instead of folding it. For tops, I turn the bottom part
inside out and then I tuck in the sleeves and fold towards the middle and
after that I roll downwards starting from the collar. I use the slit to
turn it inside out. The same method could be used for sweaters, t-shirts, long
sleeves, and also for jackets. I’ve seen some people try thick fabric like
denim and I’m not sure if it is easy to do since it’s heavy-duty but linen, cotton,
or anything that’s thin can easily be folded, even the shorts in the same
method. And same here, I’m using the slit to turn it inside out so everything is
nice and tucked inside. For dresses, I fold the bottom upwards, I
turn it over, and tuck the sleeves inwards then make three folds. For me,
this is an easy way to organize my belongings and to feel more grounded and at peace. I do enjoy the process and I feel much more calm after taking some
time to clean my space. So be sure to share what progress you made with
cleaning, decluttering, or minimizing. Anything you are proud of to let go? Feel
free to share in the comments below. Folding a jacket is very similar to the
method used for tops. After folding upwards, I flip it over, and I just tuck
the hoodie inside just like the sleeves, then fold the jacket into thirds and the
same rolling and the same turning inside out here as well. When I first learned
about Ranger Rolling, I was a bit confused but now I think that it’s a repetition
of the same method for all types of clothing. But if you prefer a different
technique or if you’re not interested in minimalism and organizing I accept you
no matter what and I’m just here to share what works for me. This technique
can also be used for any squares or rectangles like towels, throws, and dish
cloths. For my headband, I simply fold it into a
triangle first and then into a thin rectangle by folding it several times.
I usually tie it two times and then tuck the ends under. I also use the same
bandana multiple ways as a furoshiki wrap, also as a scarf,
and as a hiking bandana. I’m thinking of sharing more quick videos with tutorials
so feel free to drop any ideas you have for me and I would love to share them with you. If you enjoy this video, please like and
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you again soon.