Tulle is a lightweight, extremely fine netting, usually with a hexagonal shaped mesh effect.
Silk, rayon, or nylon.
Light, airy look.
Usually in solid colors.
Very fine and stiff, often starched.
Stiff and nice drape.
It is softer to the touch than netting.
The name comes from Tulle, a city in the southern central region of France, which was well known as a center of lace and silk production in the 18th century and where tulle might originate from.
Best use for:
Bridalwear, eventingwear, dancewear to form a shape or skirt overlay to create a lacy, floating look. Dresses, evening gowns, blouses, tutus, veiling, millinery, crinolines, underskirts.
Interrior: curtains, decorations.
Wrappng and other crafts. You can also embroider tulle with the smallest holes using light designs with open areas.
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