Tie in a strand of green crystal flash near the hook bend.
Tie in 2 to 3 strands of peacock herl near the hook bend.
Wind peacock herl with crystal flash to form a dubbing brush.
Tie in some green crystal flash to form the wing and we will use the excess to create the post later.
Take excess crystal flash and create a wing post 1/4 of the hook length from the eyelet.
Trim the wing post to about the length of the hook.
Tie in 3 hungarian partridge feathers and lay them over the crystal flash wing.
Dub in a small thorax to cover thread.
Tie in the hackle onto the post so that it can be wrapped around the post easily.
Wrap the hackle, around the post, to form a parachute hackle.
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