## Introduction: Dollar Bill Shirt

Dollar dollar bills y'all, or how to make a dollar into a tiny shirt.

Massive credit goes to Clay, who put up the idea originally, along with much other money art.

## Step 1: Gotta Have Cash Money

Get a dollar.

(Don't steal it though, as that would be wrong, and I'll judge you. Begging is okay, but if you're going to beg, you should do something for people in return, like hum the national anthem.)

Place dollar face up.

## Step 2: 50 Cents

Fold the dollar in half, lengthwise, such that George is covered.

## Step 3: Now, Unfold the Dollar.

Unfold the dollar after you have folded it in half as mentioned in the previous step.

Yeah, I know. You are probably saying... "Folding it in half and then telling me to unfold it, what's the point???". The previous fold marks the middle of the short height of the dollar and you will need the crease mark in order to line up folds in later steps.

(NOTE: This step has been added since the original instructions were created... It should help with creating the sleeves that many had problems making the original fold. )

## Step 4: Fold Dollar to Washington's Nose

On the side with Washington's face, fold one end of the dollar so the edge goes up to Washington's nose.

(NOTE: This step has been added since the original instructions were created... It should help with creating the sleeves that many had problems making the original fold. )

## Step 5: Another 50 Cents

Using the crease you made in the very first fold, fold each half of the bill over, so the edges meet in the middle at the crease.

(NOTE: This step has been added since the original instructions were created... It should help with creating the sleeves that many had problems making the original fold. )

## Step 6: Make Sleeve Folds

On the end that you folded to Washington's nose, make 2 folds so the corners extend out.

(NOTE: This step has been added since the original instructions were created... It should help with creating the sleeves that many had problems making the original fold. )

## Step 7: Flip-flop

Flip the bill over.

## Step 8: Pop the Collar

Take the white (unprinted) edge of the bill, and fold it over itself, where the unprinted part meets the printed part. Fold from the bottom, such that the split in the middle of the underside shows.

## Step 9: Pressed Button-down

Flip the bill over again. Take the edge of the bill on the side you just folded, and fold that over towards the middle (where the split is) to create roughly a 30 degree angle. Does it have to be a 30 degree angle? No. Just look at the picture. Do the same for the other side.

## Step 10: More Folding, No Clever Wording

Fold the dollar so the bottom edge with the "sleeves" goes under the "collar".

## Step 11: Light Starch

This is what it should look like when it is complete.

## Step 12: I Took Photos and I'll I Got Was This Lousy T-shirt

These after you've mastered the one, you can move on to other denominations. These bills can be used for many things, like paying for dry cleaning, or to make a semi-anti-exploitative statement when you buy your sweatshop-manufactured clothing.