STEP 1: Run the thread down the hookshank and around the bend, catching in a piece of flexifloss as you go. Return the thread to just over half way up the hookshank covering the hook as you wind..
STEP 2 : Cut a piece of 'thin skin' about 3-4mm thick for a size 10 hook and taper off the end into a triangle shape..
STEP 3 : Catch in the pointed end of the thin skin and the paper backing facing downwards. (When the paper backing is peeled away the shiny side is facing up)
STEP 4 : Pull the 'thin skin' forwards and secure with thread. Make sure the 'thin skin' lies central and inline with the hookshank.
STEP 5 : Wind the flexifloss up the hookshank in wide turns so that a gap is left between each wrap. Then secure the flexifloss with a couple of wraps of thread just in front of the 'thin skin' and wind the thread up to the eye.
STEP 6 : Wind the flexifloss back and forth until a neat thorax is built up. Finish winding at the eye and secure with thread. Trim the waste flexifloss.
STEP 7 : Pull the 'thin skin' forward and secure with thread. Trim the waste and cover any waste ends showing through with thread and whip finish.
STEP 8 : This is the view from the top of the the flexifloss buzzer.
STEP 9 : Finally create some wing buds by applying Tulip t-shirt paint. Leave to dry and then apply 2-3 coats of hard as nails varnish.
Here's a version with fl. yellow wing buds.