I don't have the original foot pattern or the wattle, but they're pretty basic and the beak is just a diamond folded down.
The whole thing is hot glued to another piece of stiffened felt, this one shaped into a tube. The streamers are wired ribbon, which keeps their shape, though we've used plain ribbons as well.
To hang it, 4 holes are punched near the top and fishing line is threaded through each. They are tied together at the top and attached to a fishing swivel. Fishing line and swivels are really inexpensive and great for projects like this --easy to find in the sporting goods section of Walmart or some such.
Unfortunately I didn't make paper copies of these patterns and the website has disappeared. I was able to find the files once, a few years ago, but I think they went off to NeverNeverLand when my work computer croaked.
So when I decided to make a turkey flannel board for the kids to play with in the children's room this month, and decided I wanted to use this shape as the body pattern, I had to carefully pull off the body from one of the windsocks and trace around it. Here's the basic shape. Please know that I am left handed and ten thumbed, and as a result I don't draw well or cut neatly. But this will give you the idea.
If you want to do a separate head, neck and body, I found a mom with a downloadable pattern for a turkey flannel board HERE. And while I didn't use the body, the feather patterns were helpful.
I made the body and glued on eyes and features, then cut out a batch of large and small feathers. Again, I used stiffened felt. I also cut out a batch of shapes, mostly triangles and rectangles, from leftover felt.