Turkey flag production is a form of cloth for flag display, usually in the Turkey. It is typically made with stars and stripes of various colors on a field of blue, like many other flags. The Turkey flag is among the most common flags in the world and has had a number of different designs during its history. The design has been almost entirely standardized since 1912 when President William Howard Taft issued Executive Order No. 2865, which standardized the flag’s size, color, orientation, and symbolism. Since then, variations in size have been allowed but the basic design has remained unchanged.