Dress Diagrams & Dollar Devil

The initial steps of this are a pain.  Reference points carefully. 

1.  Fold in half lengthwise.db1

2. Mountain fold as indicated.  The second pic shows the reference points on the dollar bill.

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3.  Look at pic.  Line up the right side and make mirror folds.  Do it on the other side.

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4.  You are making a valley fold that is the diameter of the circle.  Use reference points for alignment.  I’ve also drawn the line for reference. 

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5.  This is sort of similar to creating a waterbomb base.  The trick is some of the paper in the center overlaps and has to goto one side or another.  I highly recommend referencing the pictures for this step.

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6.  Flip over. and valley fold betwee the two vertices.  The crease line is drawn on the bill.

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7.  Flip over.  You are folding the vertical lengths to the center crease (folding quarters).  It should start resembling a dress/robe.

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8. The tips that are sticking out above the shoulders are mountain folded to match the edge behind it.

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9.  The arms are mountain folded on the line that between the white and green on the bill.

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10.  This section is to taste.  I mountain fold the bill and then valley fold.  Reference pictures.

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11.  Flip over.

12.  This makes the waist.  I recommend looking at the photos and trying to repeat.

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13.  Flip over.  The tips by the hips need to be mountain folded to soften them.

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14.  If you want you can end here. 

15.  To add detail fold back the edges of the dress.  See pic.

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16.  To shorten dress  pleat internally to taste.  You can fold the tips at a 45 degree angle for more detail.

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