This color is SO dreamy, My sister bought it and I fell in love. I knew I could do something like it, I just wish I had the same color. DARN.
You will be starting with an old jersey sheet. If you dont have any Wal-mart carries them in tons of colors and are around 7$ for a flat sheet.Which is not bad cause I still have a ton of mine left over.Or just go to your local fabric store and buy some jersey, whatever works for you:) And it should only take about 30 minutes!!
Cut off the top part of the sheet, being carefull not to cut the serged edge.
( This is the part that is already folded over, and is usually about 2")
Then I used an old tank for a pattern and cut around, leaving about 1/2 an inch on both sides for a seam allowance.
Pin your shoulders
Open the top part and cut one side of the neckline slighlty lower.
fold back over
Sew your shoulders together. If your shoulder is too wide you can gather them.
Take your long strip and at your machine set the tension as high as it will go, and select your longest stitch length. It should atomatically ruffle for you. Best part: no string pulling:)
Now pin the ruffle on the shirt, Starting in 1corner, then doing a figure 8 on the side and right up under against the top ruffle.
And your DONE!!Super easy and pretty. Isn't it crazy how poor the lighting is inside the house, the fabric looked grey.