HA! Fat chance that.
However, I did manage to make 6 napkins before Thanksgiving was upon me and I realized that there was no way, José, that they were going to be completed. So, I put them away for later. "Later" became July 2015 and I am in the process of finishing them up.
The EPP tutorial comes from Mollie Johanson of Wild Olive. Her tutorial is excellent: easy to follow instructions that are thorough. A template for the hexagons is also included, if you don't have any of your own.
I also took the "easy" way out for the turkey face: although I did hand embroider the wattle and beak, I didn't want French knots for the eyes ... so I used my Micro archival pens to ink in the eyeballs. :-)
Once the turkeys were stitched together, I appliqued them diagonally to the corner of a napkin.
Oh, the napkins. Originally, I bought some coarse, rustic commercial napkins. I liked the rough, textural look of them. BUT ... they were cheap. And *no where* near square. Good Lord, when I folded them up, they were horridly askew. There was no way I could ever use them. Good thing they were inexpensive. On the other than, I certainly got what I paid for.
Because I know how to make a mitered hem, I decided I would make my own napkins .... they aren't that difficult at all. I like mitered corners because they are FLAT. It's a MUCH better and elegant look than simply folding the hem back on itself .. that results in an ugly lump in the corner. ICK.