I've got to tell you, I'm almost doubled over laughing after reading your post.
This will really make your day, but it's not the Woolite as much as the steaming that gets your feathers to form up well and stay that way. The Woolite cleans up the feathers. So, if you do have oily feathers, then the Woolite should take care of that.
But, the steaming is what really clearns them up.
Feathers have barbs and the barbs have little velcro-like protrusions called barbules (little barbs). What you need to have the feather hold togehter well is good attachment (stickiness) between the barbules of adjacent barbs. The Woolite cleans them up pretty well; for all things that are water soluble and that will dissolve in Woolite. The steaming is like a second clearning, because there can be material on the barbules that the Woolite won't touch. That's where the steam comes in.
So, after you pull them out of the Woolite, let them dry thoroughly. Then put them over a teapot spout (of if you have a portable steamer, use that) and get each feathers so that it's moist, but not drenched from the steam. Move the feather back and forth in the steam so that the steam doesn't damage the feather.
Then use your fingers to smooth the feather into shape while it's still moist. Put it aside to dry and it should not move on you after that.
If you got a nice look when you first tied in the wing, then with the Woolite/steam trick, you should be fine.
Good luck! We hope to see some pics tomorrow.
P.S. I'll be doing the same thing tomorrow night, when we get back from Maine. I've got 25 pairs of hen pheasant feathers that are headed for the Woolite!