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Fancy or otherwise, napkins did not appear in Europe until the seventeenth century; in the Middle Ages, a long cloth known in French as a longiere was attached to the side of the tablecloth for communal use.

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To make a fantail, fold a second napkin almost in half so one portion is about an inch longer than the other. Accordion-fold into pleats.

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To make a fantail, fold a second napkin almost in half so one portion is about an inch longer than the other. Accordion-fold into pleats.

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Open bottom part of napkin, leaving head folded. Bend napkin and foil so turkey head sits upright on a plate.

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Curve napkin point into a head, with open edges in back (if napkin has a colored border, the head will appear to have a beak).

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Fold napkin sides in again, folding foil and linen. Tuck in bottom point to make a straight horizontal line.