Two things!

First, our tail is going to wag back-and-forth... a tight fit may have an undesirable result - felt loosely for free-flowing movement.

Second, watch the angle of your felting needles. We don't want to damage the tube underneath or break a needle on a hard plastic piece.

Especially on the tip of the tail.

You could attach the tail directly to the body... but for sake of serviceability I'm going to make a 'port' for the tail to slip-through.

If you need to service anything inside Wizzy, all you will have to do is loosen one screw (neck base / servo) and slip the body over the tail. 

Seams can be hidden fairly well if you build-up the rim until it's snug around the tail.

This guide was first published on Nov 21, 2016. It was last updated on Nov 21, 2016.

This page (Felting the Tail) was last updated on Nov 12, 2014.

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