Hang Jumpers Around Hangers (Not On Them) To Avoid Wrinkles

Hang Jumpers Around Hangers (Not On Them) To Avoid Wrinkles
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Hanging jumpers isn’t rocket science, but even the nicest hangers can result in wrinkled shoulders or unwanted creases. This folding method, on the other hand, avoids all of that by essentially “wrapping” your jumper around the neck of the hanger. Here’s how it works.

The folks at SnapGuide have a full step-by-step below, but in short, you want to lay your jumper out, fold it in half vertically down the centre line, then place your hanger in the armpit. Then fold the arms over one side of the hanger, and the body of the jumper over the other.

The GIF above shows you how it’s done, and the one below shows you what the finished product should look like. If you fold this way, your jumper is secure and won’t fall off the hanger in the closet. Best of all, no shoulder bumps or creases.

For the full step by step with more photos, hit the link below.

How to Hang a Sweater [SnapGuide via Huffington Post]


    • Exactly, because they leave bumps is the reason we don’t use them. You know that big high bottom draw on your tallboy? It’s for jumpers.

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