This video shows you how to roll sand t-shirts, which are one of the most difficult items to do from your clothing drawer. Males have white t-shirts to be worn underneath their blues shirts. My understanding is that these are rolled the same way, which means males have double the work as females (ladies rejoice!). Some trainees thought that having the bare minimum number of rolled shirts in your drawer was the way to go, but having a few in there (3-4), actually holds them into place better. You have more room for error, but they will "lock" in place. Too few shirts and you risk having them roll around when you open the drawer, which will give you display demerits.
Sand t-shirts require a wingman to do them properly, to help you maintain tension and keep them compact and tight. Figure out who's good at shirts! The two perfect shirts I share with you in this video were not done by me. Barter with your wingmen and work out a trade. You'll hear this suggestion a billion times for a reason - it's how things get done. Roll them perfectly one time, display them, and never touch them again. Alternate between one shirt on your body and one in the laundry.
Again, this video cuts out at the very end, but you got all of the important information I needed to share!