Diy Wolf Tail

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Intro: Diy Wolf Tail

Hey everybody it's momo. And today I'm going to show you how to make a fox Tail for a party or as a keychain, etc. So let's get started!

Step 1: Supplies

1- 3 or 4 different colored yarn (NEEDS TO BE 100% ACRYLIC!!!)
2- scissors
3- pet brush

Step 2: Yarn

Take one color of yarn and lay it down in equal amounts about 20 times. (Mine is like 18)

Step 3: Braid

Cut the ends on one side and braid down from a knot on the other end

Step 4: Separate String

Take a separate piece of string and tie it tightly around. The you'll brush it with the pet brush... And that's my random cat

Step 5: Brush

Brush every strand of the string left over. I find it best to only brush 3 strands at a time.

Step 6: Follow

Just follow the steps above

Step 7: Add It On

Take it by the strings and hold it up and tie it around the braid

Step 8: Other Side

Put the other one you made on the opposing side so it covers all the way around.

Step 9: Add

Keep adding different colors on to the braid until you reach the very top

Step 10: Thanks •_£

I hope you guys enjoy this tutorial for a cute fox tail. If you haven't already click the button above subscribe to the farm family and give a cow it's wings. Love y'all~~~

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    20hortoneva

    1 year ago

    hey i got a question is that how u do a wolf tail too???

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    BrittF5

    2 years ago

    nice

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    myinnerwolf

    3 years ago on Introduction

    great job on the tutorial but I just wanna add one thing, after you brush the yarn out it's very helpful to use a flat iron (hair straitener) or a hair curler to soften the yarn and make it more, realistic...

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    fluffycotton

    3 years ago

    You can use a bristled brush with no ball on the end of the bristle

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    littlefoxy

    4 years ago on Introduction

    that is an awesome craft. I'm going to make an orange and white fox tail.

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    kyluddy

    4 years ago

    AWESOME!!

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    Ringer1515

    4 years ago

    When I saw the picture I thought it was a fishing fly