Isn't it remarkable to experience making a fabric structure that undulates with every row, as if it's breathing, rocking, or sloshing with the lunar tides? I thought the magic of Zegue was the bling. Turns out it's the fabric structure.
I think of it as sustained purely decorative shaping. It sure can get wild fast when you want to shape the edges for functional reasons.
At least with Tunisian, I'm noticing that the built in tensing and relaxing uses gauge differently, and brings out fresh qualities in fibers and plying.
It also comes out stretchy in both directions.