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So, here's what I used:
a tshirt from Old Navy and an 1/8 yard of fake silk fabric.
Step 1: cut a strip of fabric the width of what you're wanting the ruffle to be. Gather the edges with a small gather stitch.
Just so it won't fray down to nothing...cause that's what this fabric does.
Step 2: Roll the end and stitch it, and roll it again and stitch it. Stitch that, so the rolled edge is underneath at the shoulder seams.
Then, fold the fabric underneath itself in pleats and pin them all the way around the neckline. I was not precise about these at all... in fact I wanted them to be uneven.
Step3: Stitch the fabric to the shirt on the side where the end will lay underneath the other end. I did two rows of stitching, because I was a little worried about the fraying edges. I like the way they look, but I was worried they'd waste away to nothing.