I have a new 110 furling jib with # 6 luff tape. It came from the sailmaker flaked and folded. When I pulled it off the furler luff and put it up last week, I chose not to repeat the folds, as I have worried about continuing to crease a sail over and over again in the same way. Instead, working from the foot, I brought the clew over to the tack, and then folded the new "clew" end over to the tack one more time, then gently rolled the sail loosely from the foot to the head of the sail, tucking the sail in here and there as I rolled. It makes a bundle of about 20 inches by 10. Not hard to store that size. It will go in the bag sent along with the sail. My furler is a CDI, so this may not work with other sail/tape configurations, but in my case it works just fine for winter storage.