To do this project, you will need a pair of thin knit gloves (preferably in a fall color), some pieces of felt (yellow, orange, white, black, goldenrod, tan, red and brown), washable fabric glue or hot glue, scissors and plastic wrap.
Now do the following:
Stuff the gloves with plastic wrap (to keep them from sticking together when you glue them) and cut two oval shapes out of the goldenrod felt to make the turkey’s head. Then cut strips out of the other colors of felt.
Cut out three-inch long strips from the red, yellow, brown, and tan felt. Then snip points at the ends.
Cut two small triangles from the orange felt, each one about three-quarters of an inch in size.
Cut two elongated heart shapes from the red felt, each one about 1 1/2-inch long.
Cut two 1-inch ovals from the white felt, and from the black felt cut four small ovals (for the eyes).
Lay all the pieces out on the gloves first, following our photo as a guide. Once you have everything in place, glue the pieces in the following order:
First, glue on the strips in place for the feathers.
Next, glue the “head” on, then the red “gobbler” (heart shape).
Now glue the white and black pieces on for the eyes.
Finish the face with the orange “beak.”
After the glue has dried completely, remove the plastic wrap from the gloves.