I'd go back a step or two....When you finish the orange body hackle, stop with the last turn around the body - don't make any turns for a collar. It's also good if you can space it so that you tie off the body hackle on the underside of the shank as you complete the last turn. Next, take only a turn or two of the blue hackle, keeping the collar sparse. You don't want to create a bulge of material that's going to prop up the wing. Finally, before tying the wing in, pinch the butts of the turkey just a frog's hair ahead of your tie in point with one hand and pinch the other hand a bit behind the tie in point. Bring your hands together, forcing the butts down perpendicular to the rest of the wing, making a 90 degree angle with the vertex at or just ever so slightly behind the tie in point. This will "hump" the wing, and start to "train" the fibers to lie down closer to parallel to the hook. Tie in the wing using the soft loop technique. One you have it firmly in place, pinch the tie in point HARD with your right/dominant hand, the wing fibers with the left/off hand, and push the wing forward firmly but gently with the left/off hand.
"It don't mean a thing if it ain't got that swing"
- Duke Ellington