First there is the column fold. This is commonly found in curtains and full skirts. Very easy to identify.
This is called a drape fold. Commonly found in swags and in clothing like shawls.
The Coil fold is also easy to spot. It truly looks like a coil. This normally appears around tubular shapes, such as an
The Interlock fold is usually found in items that are draped, like a blanket drapped over a couch. The folds seem to interlock
and disappear into each other. They are also found on sleeves and pants, especially near the bottom.
And finally there is an Inert fold. This is formed by fabric that is not in use and is lying inert. Such as a cloak or
dress that puddles onto the floor.
As you can see from my sample doll to the right, the folds truly make an impression.
In this doll, I used four of the five folds I mentioned. Coils are on the lower sleeves. Columns in the skirt.
Inert on the train of the gown. And drape on the small over skirt drapings at the waist. I simply could not figure
out how to put the interlock in there without covering up another portion of the dress. I am sure though that you get