How to make simple openwork angel wings?
Take a piece of wire with a length of 35 cm (d = 0.5 mm) and wrap it with white mohair yarn in a single layer, leaving at each end approximately 1 cm of wire. Bend the ends.
Connect the wire ends and press them a little harder so that they do not disconnect. Fold the frame in half to measure the two halves of the wing.
Then bring together the junction point of the frame and the bending point, wrap them with a yarn tail.
Make a wave in the lower part of the wing. To accurately repeat the "wave" of the first wing, fold the wings in half and make the same bends on the second wing.
With the help of needles and thin threads of kid mohair make the veins (you can use regular sewing thread of white color) — put the needle through the center of the wings and then make a round around the "wave", then wrap to the next "wave" and again to the center, make a few veins. Do the same with the second wing.
The wings are ready :)
Enjoy your creativity!