Are you having trouble with your throw blankets regarding aesthetics and storage? We’ll teach you how to fold a throw blanket for those two reasons.
Throw blankets add pizzazz in a room if they are folded and appropriately draped. Hence, we’ll tackle that first.
After that, we will discuss how to fold a throw blanket for storage. Stay with us and read on to learn about these excellent tips!
How To Fold A Throw Blanket Like A Stylist In 3 Methods
If you are interested in folding a blanket for aesthetic purposes, these tips will help you. We’ve enumerated three methods for you!
The orderly method is the first method of folding a throw blanket like a stylist. Here are the steps to do it:
- Step #1. Fold the throw in thirds for an orderly approach.
- Step #2. Drape it on the corner of the sofa. Tuck it behind the back edge.
After draping it on the corner of the sofa, you can place a throw pillow in front of it. Not in the way that you’re going to cover the whole throw blanket. It would be best if you placed the pad in a way that complements the blanket.
Flip and flop method
The flip and flop method is the following method and is not as ‘orderly’ as the first one. There are two steps:
- Step #1. Fold it in half vertically.
- Step #2. Flip half of it over your forearm and flop it over the back of the sofa.
Flopping it over the sofa gives it a somewhat careless grace. It’s not as stiff as the orderly method, but it isn’t too messy either.
Flip and toss method
Last but not least, the flip and toss method. It’s similar to the flip and flop method in that it’s not as ‘orderly’. Here are the steps to accomplish it:
- Step #1. Fold the blanket in half vertically.
- Step #2. Hold the middle, and toss it in place.
Tossing it on the sofa makes it seem like an effortless decoration. You can also put a throw pillow at the end of it to give it structure, a juxtaposition of sorts.
Folding a throw blanket for storage in five steps
After learning about the creative ways to fold a throw blanket. We will learn about how to fold them for storage.
Step #1. Unfold and lay it flat
The first thing you need to do is entirely unfold the blanket and then lay it flat. You can lay it on the floor or on any flat surface.
Stretch it out to make it easier for you to reach the corners of the blanket.
Step #2. Fold it in half
Next, you fold it in half. To execute this, you have to hold the corners of your sheet then bring them to the opposite side of the blanket. The half is your first fold.
Step #3. Smooth out wrinkles and folds
Smoothing out wrinkles and folds done at the same time as the steps that involve folding. You have to make sure there are no creases while folding to maintain its neatness.
Crease-free blankets are also easier to store.
Step #4. Fold it in half, crosswise
Folding crosswise is a continuation of your first fold. You fold the blanket crosswise.
Repeat this step until you get a small, square-shaped throw blanket. Its shape and size should be perfect for the last step.
Step #5. Could you store it?
The last step is to store it naturally. You have to be sure to keep your throw blankets in one place and even folds and sizes.
The importance of keeping in one place is so it won’t be hard to find them. Also, the similar sizes are so they won’t topple.
How to take care of a throw blanket?
Throw blankets get in contact with our skin more often than you can imagine. It’s presumably filthy, which is why we should know how to take care of them.
For fleece throw blankets, wash them separately. You need to use cold water and put it on a gentle cycle.
Use a small amount of detergent. Otherwise, the excess would stick to the fleece fibres of the blanket.
Please don’t use bleach as it will affect its colour. In case of stains, pre-treat them before washing.
Don’t dry them on high heat because your blanket may shrink. Instead, hang your blankets out to dry.
Wool throw blankets one does not need wash as regularly as other types of blankets. However, before washing them, make sure they are free of debris.
Most wool throw blankets need dry-cleaning and not machine-wash, so you better check the care instructions. If it’s machine-washable, be sure to use cold water.
As for detergents, make use of wool-safe ones. After washing it, you can hang your wool outside but not in direct sunlight.
Throw blankets not only keep you cosy but also add flair to your home in the UK. Like, how we learned about how to fold a throw blanket creatively.
Feel free to take advantage of these tips to wow your guests and store your throw blankets properly!