Step 18: Add the Tail

       Poke your needle through the back, begin to sew the tail with a simple running stitch. Don't worry about making it perfect. When you get back to the base of the tail continue, but this time fill in the holes in your stitches so that the tail fills itself out.
Andrew, a furrier where I used to work, would make these for his cat to play with. He always said that he got his start sewing cat toy patterns as a pattern maker. I figured it would be fun to simplify the pattern and give it to people for them to work with.
This is just fantastic. Best looking cat toy ever. :D<br /><br />Love all the little details!
Thanks so much Jessy! I'm glad to see another cat person enjoying this. :-)

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