Clothing & Home Crafts

CLOTHING AND HOME CRAFT DIVISION

Prize Money: $6, $5, $4 (Unless otherwise specified)

Exhibitor Tip:  

  • 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

 

CLASS:  KNITTING

Special Prize:  $25 gift certificate donated by Penny Filiatrault, awarded to the exhibitor with the highest points in Sections 148 to 157.

  1.   Something for baby (no blankets)
  1.   Child’s sweater
  1.   Adult’s cardigan
  2.   Shrug, cowl, shawl or poncho
  3.   Knitted afghan
  4.   Knitted baby afghan
  1. “ON THE FARM”- a knitting item with a farm theme
  2.    Set of three knitted dishcloths
  3.   Mittens, 2
  4.   Any knitted item not listed above

CLASS:  SEWING

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.

  1.  Placemats – 2 – SMA
  1.  Apron – SMA
  2.  Any sewn garment not listed – SMA
  1.  Miscellaneous sewn craft – SMA
  2.  A sewn bag – SMA

CLASS:  CROCHET

Special Prize:  $25 donated by Prescott County W. I., awarded to the exhibitor with the highest points in Sections 163 to 167.

  1.  Crocheted afghan
  1.  Crocheted baby afghan
  2. Crocheted article of clothing
  3. Crochet doily or table runner
  1.  Any crochet item not listed above

 

CLASS:  NEEDLEWORK

Special Prize:  $20 donated by Faye Allen awarded to the exhibitor with the highest points in Sections 168 -172

  1.  Counted cross stitch – any article of cross stitch
  2.  An item of rug hooking
  3.  Bunka – any article framed
  4. Any other creative needlework (i.e. ribbon, needlepoint, chicken scratch, stitching on paper, crewel, etc.)
  5. Any article of Swedish Weaving

 

CLASS:  QUILTING

Special Prize:  $25 donated by the Vankleek Hill Quilter’s Guild for the winner of Section 177.

Special Prize:    $25 Gift Certificate, donated by Quilt Bees for the most points in Sections 173 to  183

  1.  Baby/Crib quilt, hand quilted, pre-designed fabric accepted
  1.  Baby/Crib quilt, machine quilted, pre-designed fabric accepted
  1.  Item of stained-glass quilting
  2.  Wall hanging, machine quilted; must have some means of hanging up
  1. Machine quilted quilt (all entries accepted – only entries with minimum of 192” perimeter will be eligible for the Regional O.A.A.S. Competition)
  1. Hand quilted quilt, (all entries accepted – only entries with 324” perimeter will be eligible for the Regional O.A.A.S. Competition)
  2.  Lap quilt, machine quilted, perimeter of more than 200”, less than 300”
  1.  Quilted runner
  2.  Quilted bag
  3.  Quilt as you go quilt; with or without batting
  4.  A quilted item not listed

 

CLASS: MISCELLANEOUS

Prize Money: $6, $5, $4

Special Prize:  A gift certificate donated by Heidi’s Hair Salon, Vankleek Hill, for a haircut, awarded to the exhibitor with the highest points in Sections 184 to 198.

  1.  Wall Hanging with wood base, (can be barn board, engineered wood, or precut wood shapes)
  2. Hand crafted wood item
  3.  Craft made from glass (stained glass, glass blowing)
  4.  Painting, oil or acrylic, frame
  5.  Tole painting, on metal or wood
  1.  Earring, necklace or bracelet, set of two, mounted
  2.  A craft made from clay pots
  1.  AT THE FAIR – 2 or more pages of scrapbooking, any size, displayed in a book or in sleeves
  2.  Set of three magnets displayed on a metal plate/piece
  3.  Reusable menu board for weekly meal planning
  4.  Item made using a repurposed dinner plate (any medium: glass, tin, plastic)
  5.  Item made using Mason Jars – 2 or more jars
  6.  Painted sign – can be from stencil workshop or hand-painted
  7.  Wreath that features pinecones in some aspect
  8.  Creative place card holders, 3 shown

 

CLASS:  “Celebrating 175 Years of Farm to Plate

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 199 to 204.

 

  1.   Craft with chalkboard as the base
  2.   Table centre decoration that has three containers/jars/vases in a holder
  3.   Generations Quilt – a quilted item made by several generations of family
  4.   Home decoration with something tin as the base
  5.   Welcome basket celebrating Canadian agriculture
  1.   Décor item using Buffalo plaid (black & white or red & white)