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You can use this folding technique for any dollar bill! I prefer using a $1 because I'm cheap like that. :)

Have fun! If you have any questions, feel free to leave a comment below. Please be considerate and let me know what you think!

Step 1: Getting Started

Start with the front up. Crease horizontally down the middle and fold both the top and bottom sides inward like the second picture.
that was fun
I couldn't get the sleeves to fold properly (be pointed), but I had a lot of fun making my dollar into a shirt! :)
<p>Great pictures and explanation! This is the first time in all my years that I have been able to successfully complete these. I had to be a little free-thinking and work with ones first so I could carry them out with larger denominations, but it works - yea! One of my students who was a junior last year is just graduating; I think he'll get a kick out of the new wardrobe enclosed in his card. Thanks for this understandable 'ible.</p>
The tooth fairy just got creative! Thanks!!! That was fun.
<p>hey! that was fun. I'm going to try some more.</p>
<p>That was really easy. Thanks!</p>
<p>I did fine until I got to the sleeves, but I finally did it !!! </p>
<p>The perfect shirt for any guy!</p>
I like this, i've seen other people with them but never been able to make one for myself. <br> <br>I pratised with paper first 'cause I was a bit worried it wouldn't work with a &pound;20 note but it did! <br> <br>So I gave my younger brother the matching &pound;20 t-shirt and trouser set in his card for his 16th birthday. <br> <br>It was easier than buying a gift and he loved them and put a photo of them as his display picture! <br> <br>:)

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