I insert a tuft of yarn into a Dropper knot.
I clench the knot.
Here are the wings.
I tie the tails and body on a right hook.
I make a loop with the nylon thread, on which I tied the wings, and tie it on the hook
I hook the loop to the tool parachute
I tie a rooster hackle under the loop
I wrap the rooster hackle under the wings
I wrap the rooster hackle over the wings
I go back with the hackle and tie it on the hook.
I cut excess of hacle.
I take off the loop from the parachute tool and tie it close to the eye of the hook
I cut one of two thread of loop
I lift the nylon thread remained, move it back and tie the head of the fly over it. In this way I have the certainty that the nylon thread (that is slippery) will not slip away from the knot of head .
Cut the excess of the nylon thread
I take off the fly from the vice and establish the height of the wings with a cut.
Fly front view