Since we featured the “3-Peaks Fold” yesterday, I thought I stick to the Mountain theme by featuring the Mt. Fuji fold today. It looks similar to the One Tip Up Fold with the main difference of having a differently colored base at the bottom. It is another one of those folds that requires the use of two pocket squares. To get the most of this fold, I suggest two differently colored pocket squares. Usually I use a patterned pocket square for the tip, while I like to use a solid colored pocket square for the base. Here are the detailed instructions:
Mt. Fuji Pocket Square Fold Step-by-Step:
Lay both pocket squares down flat.
Fold the pocket square that creates the mountain into a triangle. The other pocket square gets folded in a narrow and long rectangle.
Fold down the wings of the triangle. The other pocket square gets another fold as well to create an even longer rectangle.
Fold in the sides of the pocket square that creates the mountain.
Place this pocket square on top of the long rectangle. Center it along the middle.
Wrap the pocket square that creates the mountain with the other pocket square by folding in the sides.
Turn the pocket square over so that all folds are hidden on the back side.
Tug the pocket square into your breast pocket so that both pocket squares are visible.