It begins to place, outside the suitcase on the bed, for example, a shirt and the second shirt to place it on first, towards the opposite side but that are sleeve with sleeve (forming a cross). II. It adds the trousers on the shirts, the extended legs of the trousers towards the opposed side in which they are the sleeves of the shirts. III. Soon it adds what is going to be the center of that envelope, which can be, for example, a package/purse of averages, articles of personal care or underclothes. IV. Following step, doubles the legs of the trousers (like accordion) on the center (purse of averages, articles of personal care or underclothes) of this envelope. v.
Then, you can surround the sleeves of the shirt exceeds what it has been placed on and between these and later the part of down (body) of the shirt and so on if you add more clothes (suits, skirts, etc.). I saw. It applies to the same technique when doubling several pieces in your suitcase; by layers, extended ends and soon doubling inwards by parts. You will discover the extra space available! If the volume of clothes to keep is not much, you can double it of traditional form and remembers to put the first shirts or t-shirts, soon the dresses and finally the trousers. i. It tries to double to the sleeves of the shirts or t-shirts so that they do not occupy more space and they are within the article. Soon it doubles the shirts in half, starting off of the part of down; this way you will have a rectangle easy to place in the suitcase. II. The trousers and the skirts go in the surface and not the double ones much, because they will end up occupying more space.