This was made from Kida T. tutorial "Fox Tail...Out Of Yarn?" found here http://www.cutoutandkeep.net/projects/fox-tailout-of-yarn
I decided to skip step 16 because I didn't like how it looked, and it made it more difficult to finish it. Also, I thought that the tutorial was pretty easy up until I got to Step 23 and 25. I was confused as to how to sew it on. The pictures didn't help much because I couldn't figure out whether I should wrap the tuft around a single strand, around the whole base, or around two of the bases strings.
I didn't have a straightener so I couldn't flatten the knot, which made it difficult to sew. Next time, I'll try to wrap it around a single strand instead of two, maybe that will be easier.
All in all, I thought my first attempt at this tail tutorial turned out pretty well, I'll be making it in the future for sure!
Animal tails (foxes, raccoons, wolves mainly) are becoming a new fashion statement. But not everyone is okay with harming one of their furry friends for fashion. And fake fur fabric always looks lame to me. Here's a way to make a realistic looking tail without killing~!