I've used the tutu in a number of items, both knitted and crocheted. I'm working on an afghan for granddaughter right now and use it on some rows worked into the base yarn for accent. It's lovely. A bit time consuming to catch into stitching but worth the effort. Haven't washed it yet so cannot remark on that aspect. It livens up whatever it's added to.
I love how the Tutu looks worked into a ruffled scarf, and have done five of them. I was very disappointed, however, that I had to iron the entire length so the ruffles would lay flat. I probably would not order Tutu again because of that fact; it was pretty time consuming. Otherwise, LOVE your products and website!!
There was one area of shreds and loose threads in all three of the skeins I used-but the color is deeply saturated and while the ruffling is more condensed than the big ruffle yarns,do like the look. It would be great for trim on shawls,shrugs and boleros as well.
Started a scarf on arrival of White Gardenia-love it.Very easy to knit-Could see it being used for many wedding projects,from shawls,to purses,to frills on gloves.More subtle presence than other ruffle yarns-only drawback is only 28 yards instead of the more common 32 of other yarns.