Cathy Geier answered:
I found a flying hawk drawing somewhere so I printed it out and used a fine tip sharpie to outline all the feathers. Then I took that to the printers and blew it up to the size I wanted. Then I made 2 copies. Then I took freezer paper and traced a copy. Then I numbered each feather on the freezer paper and on one of the master copies. Still with me?!? Then I placed one of the master copies (the one without any numbers on it) under a sheet of Wonder Under, next to the paper side. The sticky side was up. I needed that sticky side to be sticky like Steam a Seam which is unavailable right now so I sprayed the WU with 505 Basting spray. Then I cut out each feather from the freezer paper, used it as a template by pressing it to the top of the fabric and cut out the fabric. (Each feather is a different fabric). I arranged the tiny pieces on the WU, using the master copy underneath it as a guide. When I was done, I fused it all to the WU.