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Brown and Blue Calico Tail by BacktoEarthCreations Brown and Blue Calico Tail by BacktoEarthCreations
This tail was made 15" long from the base of the clip (where the clip and tail meet) to the tip of the tail. Acrylic yarn was used to make this and it was all hand brushed and straightened to make a very fluffy 'fur' tail. They have a very nice wag movement when worn.

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Mythraill Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2014  Student Artist
that looks cool!
i wonder how those are made, because i really need one in black (but then longer, like maybe 30 centimeters


or in blue with a white tip...hm i cant decide who to cosplay xD
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Zvyrke Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Looks very fluffy and nice, I have some question about lenght of used yarn though:
did you use longer pieces of yarn for the tip of tail or it just gets its' shape itself, after brushing?
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BacktoEarthCreations Featured By Owner May 25, 2013  Professional Artisan Crafter
The tail shaped itself both from brushing and from the density of the yarn when we stitched it on; by thinning the yarn out towards the tip it gives it a realistic tapered shape that was much more natural than anything we were able to achieve by just brushing or by trimming. Sorry for the delay in replying and I hope this helps!
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