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Yarn Tail: KTL-Fluffy Version by Catwoman69y2k Yarn Tail: KTL-Fluffy Version by Catwoman69y2k
For my leopardess fursona, Kat the Leopardess. I got an experimental project finished for the convention. Trust me, it was definitely an experiment that I hemmed and hawed over.

In the end, a lot of people said it is so fluffy that it could be a fox tail too. I cut it down from what it was before so that it could be a feline tail. These are not really things I could ever sell cheap due to the extra time it takes to brush out the yarn before doing the trim job on it. As you can see from this video they are just high maintenance--period.

Washing instructions: Use delicate setting with a gentle cycle. Cold water only. Place tail in white pillowcase zipped up. This will prevent the tail from wrapping around the agitator. Hang dry. Brushout of dry tail can take 30 minutes.

Inspired by this Bomby Tail
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GoldTwilight Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Is this your first tail? It looks a lot better then my first yarn tail. Just a tip: it works better if you brush the tuffs out more.
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Catwoman69y2k Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
This was not my first tail but it was my first of the "fluffy" kind, using a different yarn than for my "standard" tails.
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Emo-Sewa Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
I do have quick question (and I apologize in advance if it has already been answered): Did you attach the yarn to the base and THEN brush it out? I'm going to possibly try this method, and I just wanted to double-check so I could stop being so paranoid about it...
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Catwoman69y2k Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
I did attach the yarn to the base/core and then brushed it out from there. If you have one, carry a small spritzer bottle of water to keep the hair at bay. It gets really crazy after just a few brushes.

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Emo-Sewa Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Alright, I'll try that out when I brush the tail out. I just finished attaching all the yarn to the core.

By the way, I love your hair in that video.
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Catwoman69y2k Featured By Owner Sep 27, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Hahah! That was my "working on messy craft stuff, no brushing" hair. :) Now I have shaved half of it off. Sooo mcuh better. Mohawk for the win.
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oh yes for got to say you dont have 2 make it rlly fluffy just sorta fluffy ya know?
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:iconpackofthewhitewolves:
hello (im jessell77) im wondering how much a all white wolf tail would be
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Coyote-Walker Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2011
If a regular tail was ordered from you could the customer unravel and brush out the tail on their own?
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Catwoman69y2k Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
A regular tail could be unravelled for a "ratty cat or dog" look. However, I use different yarn for the "fluffy" version which is made for producing a fluffy but non-ratty look.
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