I sewed two long strips of white knit fabric together, one on top of the other, using the method from my tiered ruffle skirt tutorial. I didn't baste them together first because I wanted to stretch the fabric as much as possible when I sewed the edges to make the ruffles. You could also do this with just one piece of fabric. I liked using two, because it makes the scarf warmer, and hides all your stitches from sewing on the ruffled flowers.
Make this ruffle scarf using an old T-shirt. Take a 9" paper plate as your template and cut out 6 circles of T-shirt fabric. Then cut these circles of fabric in a spiral pattern (about 2" wide). Stretch this length of fabric and glue (or stitch) to another length of fabric. Do the same until you get the thickness you desire. Done! @ winkchic.orgwinkchic.org