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Try mirroring the spine from the top to bottom and then fill the space in with circles.  If you do not like that look, just try mirroring it a needle with from the original spine.  You could watch Claudia Pfeil feather video, she suggest always starting at the top and working down to the base, and starting with a pearl working your feathers to the top.  Then you either break thread or mirror the spine, and then feather the other side.  She suggests always working on one side and then the other.  In the end, it comes down to what works best for you.  Have fun.



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