The samping has a head (kepala) and body (badan), where one would step into the samping whilst holding the ends at arms' length. He would then position the "head" of the samping at the back of his body (ie. at the butt) and fold in one side first, then the other side to the middle, then twisting the ends which now come together in the middle by rolling it downwards the body towards the torso.

When the bottom of the samping is just slightly below the knee, stop rolling and 'clean-up' any loose or jutting ends.