I had an epiphany about folding and now i actually don't fold very much. the only things i fold are pants and some shirts of mine and dh. if its really prone to wrinkles, i just hang it.
kids clothes--i mean i really dont care if they have some wrinkles and they actually dont get that wrinkled in their drawers. i throw dd's clothes in one pile, ds' in another, and they just cram them in their drawers. i sure as heck dont fold diapers--they get thrown on the shelf.
i dont fold towels or sheets, i put them in the closet unfolded.
i dont fold a lot of my clothes--like t shirts, underwear, etc. i mean, the t shirts dont get that wrinkled and i dont really care if they are.
we dont use paper towels, only reusable cloth rags, and i have to wash like 10 of these a day, and i dont fold them when i put them away either. they are just going to get pulled out and used to clean something up, so who cares if they are folded?
this wouldnt work for the kind of person who cant handle opening their linen closet and just seeing wadded balls of sheets instead of nicely folded squares that are all symmetrical
but i seriously dont care and cant spend my life folding things that no one but me and dh will see being a bit wrinkled.