I am having so much fun trying out new flat folds. How about you? I was hoping I could get your help on this project I am working on. Here is a list of folds I have found with tutorials.
If there are more flat fold tutorials that you know about for a different fold, let me know. I am hoping this will turn into a very helpful table for flat addicts. Happy folding!
(If you see a correction I need to make in # layers or where maximum layers is located, let me know).
|Diaper Fold||# of layers*||Where maximum # of layers is located|
|Diaper Bag Fold||12||Front|
|Origami Fold||8||Same throughout|
|Pad Fold||12||Same throughout|
|Maria’s fold for boys||6||Front|
|Neat Fold||4||Same throughout|
|Jo’s Fold||6||Same throughout|
|Gaynor’s Fold for Girls||9||Middle|
|Triangle Fold||2||Same throughout|
* In the videos for many of these a very large flat was used and folded into fours. From what I understand, a lot of the flats we have sold in the US are smaller, which means we could probably fold each side in by about a few inches and that would give extra layers, but overall the number of layers would be fewer than that shown in the video.
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