|First make the frame of your wing and bring the string for the filling to the place where the frame meets the body.
In my drawing the wing is straight, you will often find it narrow near the body. This filling works the same.
|Go under the frame at the other side of the wing and turn back over the frame.|
|Go under the string you just placed and over the frame at the other side.|
|Now start with going over the string and under the frame at the other side.|
|Now you start with going under the string and than under the frame at the top of the wing.|
|From here the working string is pink in the pictures, to show it better. Go under the string and than under the frame at the side.|
|Go under the string near the frame, over the string in the middle of the wing and over the frame at the other side of the wing, in between the loops already there.|
|Go over the string near you, under the string in the middle of the wing and under the frame at the other side.
|A last time under the string near to the frame, and over the string in the middle of the wing and fix where the wing frame meets the body.
Tighten the filling of the wing, bit by bit from the start, sometimes you even have to give a little, till the string is tight and even along the whole of the wing. It needs to fill the frame, it should not stick out and it should not pull the frame in.
|This is a way to fill a wing, if your wing is bigger or smaller you may need to use more or less filling. It does also depend on how tight you want to have it and how much string you have left to work with.
If you work careful, getting the overs and unders right, you can make more or less loops if you want.
If you want these instructions with the pictures in mirror image click here, it makes it easier to make the other wing, it shows better if it is the mirror image of the first.