How To: Fold a round tablecloth

Fold a round tablecloth

Circular tablecloths look impossible to fold into neat little squares, but with a little practice you'll be doing this with ease. Learn how to fold a round tablecloth with this how to video.

You Will Need
* 1 A circular tablecloth in need of folding
* 1 And a clean, flat surface

Step 1: Hold up tablecloth
Hold up the tablecloth in front of you with its top side facing you.

Step 2: Fold into semicircle
Work your hands down to the center on either side, allowing the tablecloth to fold away from you in half along its diameter, with its top half facing out. You should be holding a semicircle before you.
*Tip: This vertical center fold is the only fold that can be crisp—in general, tablecloths should be folded loosely to avoid deep creases when unfolded.

Step 3: Place on flat surface
Place the semicircle on the clean, flat surface with the flat edge at the top and the rounded edge closest to you.

Step 4: Fold rounded edge to flat edge
Take the bottommost point on the rounded edge and fold it up to the midpoint of the flat edge. You should have a trapezoidal shape with slightly rounded sides in front of you.

Step 5: Fold in half
Fold the trapezoid in half, bringing one rounded side over to meet the other.
*Tip: If you like to store your tablecloths on hangers, stop here and hang it from this middle fold.

Step 6: Fold rounded edges to center
If you stack your tablecloths for storage, fold both rounded edges back to the center, creating a square shape with rounded edges on top.

Step 7: Fold in half again
If you need it even smaller, fold the square shape in half one more time.

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