I take a CDC hackle
I take a foam cuboid in which I made an incision in the middle of a face, for the length. I have highlighted the incision with a ballpoint pen.
I do get the CDC hackle in the incision.
I cut the fibers that exit off the incision
I take the tuft of fibers to the ends
I twist the fibers to get the body of the midge.
I tie the body on a grub hook.
I will take two small grizzly hackles.
I tie the tips of the hackles on the sides of the extended body.
I tie another grizzly hackle in the same point.
In the same point, I tie three peacock herls
I twist and wrap the herls around the shank of the hook, then cut the surplus.
I wrap the grizzly hackle around the chest of the fly, tie it on the hook and cut the excess.
I cover the chest with CDC fibers and tie them on the hook.
I tie the head of the fly.
I take off the fly from the vise and I reduce the length of the tuft of CDC fibers.
Another midge, smaller.