Selected the organza for the wings, cut it down to a good size, and drew the wing lines on Solvy, which is a transparent water-soluble stabilizer.
Attached all the pieces to the body, appliqued them with blanket stitch, then free motion quilted the head and body.
Turned the ends of six long floral wires using jewelry pliers so they would not poke through the fabric, and inserted them in each leg section, adding polyfil stuffing as I went along, and pinning together. Antennae are wire wrapped with fabric and held on with glue. Wavy wire is so I could sew it down and it would stay in place.
Another view of leg assembly and stitching on the wings. I added a facing to the body, and left spaces to insert legs and antennae, which are stitched down inside the facing. The wire legs are bent to form a T shape inside the facing, so that they can’t twist around or flop forward.