The author is not good at household chores and tends to fold laundry inadvertently. I also have some stockings that I have rolled up and put into the costume case. But this would make the inside cluttered and the fabric would be damaged ...
How should stockings really fold? I was curious, so I referred to the "Atsugi" website and checked the correct method. The general procedure is as follows.
1. Fold the stockings in half on the left and right to make them vertically long.
2. Roll from the toes to the waist.
3. Finally, fold the waist part and cover it so that it wraps around the whole, and you're done!
According to Atsugi, wrapping the entire waist with a waist that is difficult to transmit has the advantage of making it harder to damage the fabric. I see, sometimes I accidentally catch my nails when I take it out. In addition, points such as "use a laundry net when washing" and "dry while avoiding strong sunlight" seem to be the key to making stockings last longer.
It's a little familiar to fold to get a clean finish, but if you tend to get cluttered with your outfit case, give it a try. If there is enough storage space, it will be fun to buy more stockings and increase the variation.