Everybody likes a big roll of bills in their pocket, but, really, who actually carries that kind of cash around with them?
This is a neat way of getting that big-roll feel, whilst preventing Crumpled Bill Syndrome, curse of the cash-short Maker.
Step 1: Materials:
> A length of dowel, slightly longer than the width of a typical bill. Any dowel will do, or maybe a sawn-off pen or a piece of plastic conduit.
> A rectangular piece of fabric. The exact dimensions depend on the fabric and your dowel. It should be as long as a typical bill, plus about half an inch, plus three times the diameter of the dowel. If you are using a fray-proof fabric, such as felt or tyvec, then the rectangle should be as tall as the length of the dowel. If the fabric is woven, and prone to unravelling, then add half an inch to the width for hems.
> Glue to match your materials. PVA will glue most fabrics to wood.
> About an inch of elastic (colour to suit your fabric if possible).