Prize Money: $6, $5, $4 (Unless otherwise specified)
- All items in clothing and homecraft division must have been made by the exhibitor within the last two years.
- Items may only be exhibited at the fair once
- Exhibits must be removed between 3:30 and 4:30 on Sunday
Special Prize: $25 gift certificate donated by Penny Filiatrault, awarded to the exhibitor with the highest points in Sections 148 to 157.
- Something for baby (no blankets)
- Child’s sweater
- Adult’s sweater
- Shrug, cowl, shawl or poncho
- Knitted afghan
- Knitted baby afghan
- “Canada Knitting”- a knitting item with a Canadian theme
- Any knitted item not listed above
Special Prize: $20 donated by Maureen Murphy, in memory of Erma Davison, awarded to the exhibitor with the highest points in Sections 158 to 162.
** SMA = sample of material attached.
- Placemats – 2 – SMA
- Apron – SMA
- Any sewn garment not listed – SMA
- Miscellaneous sewn craft – SMA
- Beginners’ Only – My first sewing project – SMA
Special Prize: $25 donated by Prescott County W. I., awarded to the exhibitor with the highest points in Sections 162 to 166.
- Crocheted afghan
- Crocheted baby afghan
- Crocheted article of clothing
- Crochet doily or table runner
- Any crochet item not listed above
Special Prize: $20 donated by Faye Allen awarded to the exhibitor with the highest points in Sections 167 -169
- Counted cross stitch – any article of cross stitch
- Bunka – any article framed
- Any other creative needlework (i.e. ribbon, needlepoint, chicken scratch, stitching on paper, crewel, etc.)
- Any article of Swedish Weaving
Special Prize: $25 donated by the Vankleek Hill Quilter’s Guild for the winner of Section 177.
Special Prize: $30 Gift Certificate, donated by Brian’s Place, Vankleek Hill for the exhibitor with the most points in Sections 172 to 181
- Baby/Crib quilt, hand quilted, pre-designed fabric accepted
- Baby/Crib quilt, machine quilted, pre-designed fabric accepted
- Wall hanging, hand quilted
- Wall hanging, machine quilted
- Machine quilted quilt (all entries accepted – only entries with minimum of 192” perimeter will be eligible for the Regional O.A.A.S. Competition)
- Hand quilted quilt, (all entries accepted – only entries with 324” perimeter will be eligible for the Regional O.A.A.S. Competition)
- Lap quilt, machine quilted, perimeter of more than 200”, less than 300”
- Lap quilt, hand quilted, perimeter of more than 200”, less than 300”
- Quilted runner
- A quilted item featuring a Canadian theme
Prize Money: $6, $5, $4
Special Prize: $10 Gift Certificate donated by Caroll Carkner, awarded to the exhibitor with the highest points in Sections 182 to 196.
- Barn Board Recreated
- Wool Applique Item
- Painting, oil or acrylic, frame
- Tole painting, metal
- Folk art painting on wood
- Tin Pail – using a tin pail(s) as a base, create an item for your home
- Earring, necklace or bracelet, set of two, mounted
- Handmade Canada wall decoration (not wreath)
- Our Canadian Vacation – 3 or more pages of scrapbooking, any size, displayed in a book or in sleeves
- Handmade Birthday Cards, 2
- Set of four coasters
- Creative frame or display of photos
- Home décor item featuring geometric design(s)
- Item made using Mason Jar (s)
- Pinterest Fail – An item you made from Pinterest, along with a photo of what Pinterest says it should look like.
CLASS: “Canada 150”
Prize Money: $6, $5, $4 unless otherwise specified
Special Prize: $20 donated by Hillcrest Funeral Home, Mark & Lisa Henderson, in memory of Walter Davidson, awarded to the exhibitor with the second highest points in Sections 197 to 203.
- “Hockey Night In Canada” – create a hockey scene of recycled materials. Accessories acceptable.
- Decoration for Table Centre on Canada Day Theme
- Treats for a Canada Day Party displayed on tray– judged on creativity
- “Welcome to Canada” basket
- A Canada 150 wreath
- Décor item using Lumberjack Print
- Cupcakes decorated on Canadian theme, 5