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This is a fun make and I hope you all will enjoy making this. If you haven't seen how to make a dollar shirt, click here !

To start out, get a fresh, crisp dollar bill, because it's the least expensive to make and folds the easiest while giving it a professional look at the end!

 
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Step 1: Precrease

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Like the dollar bill shirt, fold the bill in half long-ways top to bottom. Then fold the top and bottom raw edges to the middle.

Step 2: Fold the Bill in Half and crease the corners

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Valley fold about as evenly as possible. When folded in half, take each corner near the center of the bill and fold to the first crease that we made down the middle. Folding both ways will help in the next step.

Step 3: Reverse Fold

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Fold back to the bill folded in half vertically. To reverse fold the creases you just made, Take out those two small creases and push in while spreading the rest out so that the corner goes into the bill. Do this for both sides (the picture shows the other corner in progress).

Step 4: Fold the Long Flaps up as Far as Possible

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Turning the project upside down helps for this step. Take the large flaps and move them up until they reach the corner of the reverse fold. This means taking the flaps and valley folding both up and out of the way. The picture shows that I'm flipping the other side down and will crease it.

Step 5: Flip Out

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Put simply, take the two flat sides and pinch them together to make the legs. Picture shows one leg in progress.

Step 6: Finished!

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And your done with you dollar bill pants! If you think these pants look lonely, check out my 'ible on how to make a dollar bill shirt !
-If you want to connect the two together, fold up the corners of the shirt so that it becomes a point able to fit in the dollar pants.

Thanks for reading, and feel free to comment as I'm hoping to answer any questions you all may have.