For this you need plastic Tongue cleaner, wool, big eyed blunt needle(which are used in ribbon work/kamal work) and matty( aida) cloth.
You can see my turkey work projects here.
I usually use this matty for turkey work
Bring down the needle from left hole of aida and pass it to the right hole of the aida
Leave next row of holes in the aida and start with the third row, otherwise the stitches will be dense.
Mark the working row like in picture because sometimes T.C slip down and you may work on next lines( i always face this problem)
I love cut turkey work.
I have tried Turkey work on even fabric without using T.C.
|cut turkey work|
|uncut Turkey work|