On a grub hook I secure two small strips of synthetic raffia.
Above the strips of raffia I fix a bundle of CDC fibers, following the same procedure with which I tie the Giuseppina.
Keeping in tension the CDC fibers I open spiral wrap with the thread around the bundle.
Once I reach the desired lenght of the body, I start with crossing wraps towards the eye stopping to the base of the wings. I trim the excess of the extended body.
Take the two strips of raffia and reverse them towards the bend of the hook, so as to divide the wings.
By securing the strips on the hook, I get the thorax of the midge.
I move the tying thread under the thorax and tie the head of the fly.
Take off the fly from the vise and cut the excess of the raffia wings.