The materials list is short and its all olive. I'm sure it would work in other colors, I've just never tied it other than olive. If it ain't broke...
Thread: Olive thread du jour
Tail: Olive bucktail
Body: Olive whatever dubbing you got that floats
Wing: Olive mottled turkey
Head: Olive elk or deer (as fine as you can find)
Hook: Mustad 94840 #10 (or whatever dry fly hook you like...as long as its small)
1. Wrap the hook shank with thread:
2. Tie in the bucktail, well, tail:
3. Trim the bucktail tail:
4. Form a dubbing loop and spin the dubbing (I stole some crochet hooks from my mother years ago for this purpose. They work great. Or you can spend 25 bucks for some widget that does all the work for you.)
5. Wrap the body:
6. Tie in the wing and trim to look cool:
7. Spin the elk/deer/whoever head (hint hint: use two small batches and pack them together for a neat little head):
8. Trim the head (another hint: steal somebody's good little scissors from their makeup bag for this job):
Now I strongly suggest, after tying a few of these up, that you hit the nearest cool little creek you know of and have a ball with 'em. Lemme know how you do.