- Step 1: Lay towel lengthwise Lay the towel so it is lengthwise in front of you.
- TIP: It can be faster to fold large towels holding them in front of you, folding them against your chest.
- Step 2: Fold left edge Fold the left edge of the towel just past the center of the towel, lining up the top edges.
- Step 3: Fold right edge Fold the right edge of the towel to the left side. You've created a long narrow rectangle one-third the width of the original.
- Step 4: Fold top edge Fold the top edge of the long narrow rectangle down just past the halfway point at the center of the rectangle.
- Step 5: Fold bottom edge Fold the bottom edge up to the top. From the side, the folded towel should have three layers resembling a G-shape.
- TIP: If the towel is too thick to fold into thirds, simply fold it in half.
- Step 6: Hang towel Either way, your towel is neatly folded and can be easily hung on a towel rack with its vertical folds intact.
- FACT: Every May 25th, fans of the author Douglas Adams carry around towels to commemorate the author's strange obsession with them.
You Will Need
- A towel in need of folding
- And a clean
- flat surface