To fold a handkerchief using the one-point style, lay the handkerchief flat on a table, fold it diagonally, match the two corners to create a triangle, fold one corner in, and then fold the other corner in so the handkerchief fits in the jacket pocket. One-point, two-point, square, puff and reverse puff are common methods for folding handkerchiefs.
To fold a handkerchief using the two-point style, start the same way as for the one-point method. However, don't match the corners exactly. Instead, allow the corners to overlap slightly to create two points. Finish with the same method by folding in the corners so the handkerchief fits in the jacket pocket.
A square, or presidential fold, is one of the most common styles. To create the square fold, lay the handkerchief flat, and fold it in half. Fold the handkerchief in half again, but don't match the edges exactly. Leave approximately 1/4-inch of material exposed, and tuck it into the pocket.
The puff and reverse puff folds are essentially the same. Lay the handkerchief flat, and pinch it in the center. Draw the fabric up, and smooth it with your other hand. For the puff fold, place the loose edges of the handkerchief in the pocket. For the reverse puff, place the center of the handkerchief in the pocket.