TikTokker rose to fame by folding clothes | Local News

Stay-at-home mom Lennia McCarter started uploading videos of herself folding various clothes to social media TikTok at the start of the pandemic. Soon, she had over 2 million followers on her page.

McCarter, 36, said it all started with a video of her folding a towel that she uploaded in the summer of 2020. Once she saw that people seemed to enjoy her folding demonstration videos, she started downloading more. She said her most popular video was of her folding a pair of socks into a neat square.

McCarter now has 2.6 million followers on TikTok @lenniamc and 177,000 followers on Instagram @lenniamc. She is now known as the Folding Queen to her followers.

“You know, it took me a while to absorb it, because I didn’t expect to get all this attention,” McCarter said. “It’s exciting to know that I can help other people achieve their goal, whether it’s organizing their space or learning a new technique for wrapping a gift.”

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For new content, McCarter said she uses suggestions from her followers as inspiration. During the holidays, she started showing her viewers how to take gift wrapping to the next level. For example, one of his videos showed how to make a ball look like a big candy using colored wrapping paper.

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