Ready for a game of turkey toss?
Well, first you're going to need a turkey bean bag.
Start by cutting the pieces out of felt. You'll need two circles (roughly large mug sized) for the body, two feet pieces, two wing pieces, two eye pieces, two pupil pieces, two half circle eye lids, so your turkey will have that relaxed "I really don't care" kind of attitude, one small triangle for the beak, one tear drop shaped snood, and two tail feather pieces, one shorter than the other, and both the diameter of the circles, at the bottom.
Sew these pieces together, as shown. If you have some good fusible iron on stuff, or fabric glue, that might work, too.
Then, sandwiching the leg, and feather pieces between the circles, sew the two circles together...
...leaving a hole for stuffing with dried beans. This is not a toy for babies, or toddlers, who might rip it open, and choke on the filling.
Finish sewing it up. You might want to stitch around a couple of times to reinforce the seams, and your ready to play. Now all you need is a bucket.
Of course, if you don't have a bucket, it's also good for playing turkey in the middle, with your little brother.
Or, for throwing at the lady with the camera.
It's great to be a homeschooler.