Volume 5 Issue 10
May 1999


Wolf Head Neckerchief Slide
Sam Houston Area Council

This neckerchief slide requires a section of turkey neck bone. A turkey's neck has 6 - 8 sections that looks remarkably like a wolf's head. Boil the neck and remove the meat and cartilage. Let dry for a day or two in a warm place. When dry, paint black. Cut ears from black felt, tongue from red felt. Eyes are small beads threaded onto a wire, which also forms the loop in the back for boy's neckerchief.

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