STEP 1 : The hook used on the Okay Dokey can be a standard buzzer hook (Kamasan B110) or a Kamasan B420 Sedge Hook. Here I've used a B420 Sedge Hook. Catch in some fine silver wire and No 16 Glo-Brite Floss and continue down around the bend..
STEP 2 : Return the thread up to the eye and then wind the white floss back up the hookshank. Stop at the eye and secure with thread. Trim the waste floss.
STEP 3 : Wind the wire up the hookshank to the position where the head will start. Secure with thread and trim waste.
STEP 4 : Catch in the coloured Glo-Brite floss that will be used for the head and build the head up as required.
STEP 5 : Whip finish the head and trim waste. Varnish the body and head as many times as required.
Note : This is the version tied on a Kamasan B110 hook, I tend to make both the body and head "Chunkier". It makes a variation having both types of Okay Dokey in your box.