1. Print our pattern or draw your own design for your wings.  Make sure your design includes some lines to create pocket for armature wires


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2. Cut out pattern and pin it onto two layers sheer fabric. Cut out the fabric with a 5mm seam allowance.


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3. Sew only along the top edge of the wing


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4. Turn wing right side out and press. Pin again the pattern and trace the vein lines onto fabric with pencil


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5. Remove pattern and re-pin fabric . Top stitch the vein lines of your pattern in one continuous line. Sometimes you should stitch twice in the same line. Now wing veins and sockets are drawn with seams.

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6. Draw a line of fray stop along outer wing edge. Let dry and cut outer the wingedges


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7. Bend under the ends of the wires to make a blunt ends and Insert wires into fabric pockets

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8. This is the funniest moment: paint the wings. Lay wings on paper towel and soak wing with water. You can pain wings using the basic watercolor painting techniques wet-on-dry and wet-on-wet : wet-on-dry produces sharp edges whereas painting wet-on-wet the colors will spread into one another, producing soft edges and blending.


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9. You can add glitter or sequins too


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