2. Wrap your thread to the hookeye, create a small head. Select a feather with a fiberlength equall to the shank and tie it in.
3. Lay the thread on the inside of the featherstem and put together thread and feather with a hackleplier.
4. Twist feather and thread with the help of the hackleplier until it looks as on the picture. I use to help the fibers some with my fingers.
6. Make some 3-4 extra wraps of thread and whipfinish behind the hackle.