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 sweater
  2.   Shrug, cowl, shawl or poncho
  3.   Knitted afghan
  4.   Knitted baby afghan
  1. “Canada Knitting”- a knitting item with a Canadian theme
  2.    Scarf
  3.   Socks
  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.  Beginners’ Only – My first sewing project – SMA

CLASS:  CROCHET

Special Prize:  $25 donated by Prescott County W. I., awarded to the exhibitor with the highest points in Sections 162 to 166.

  1.  Crocheted afghan
  1.  Crocheted baby afghan
  1.  Crocheted article of clothing
  2.  Crochet doily or table runner
  3.  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 167 -169

  1.  Counted cross stitch – any article of cross stitch
  2.  Bunka – any article framed
  3. Any other creative needlework (i.e. ribbon, needlepoint, chicken scratch, stitching on paper, crewel, etc.)
  4. 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:    $30 Gift Certificate, donated by Brian’s Place, Vankleek Hill for the exhibitor with the most points in Sections 172 to  181

  1.  Baby/Crib quilt, hand quilted, pre-designed fabric accepted
  1.  Baby/Crib quilt, machine quilted, pre-designed fabric accepted
  1.  Wall hanging, hand quilted
  2.  Wall hanging, machine quilted
  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.  Lap quilt, hand quilted, perimeter of more than 200”, less than 300”
  2.  Quilted runner
  3.  A quilted item featuring a Canadian theme

 

CLASS: MISCELLANEOUS

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.

  1.  Barn Board Recreated
  2.  Wool Applique Item
  3.  Painting, oil or acrylic, frame
  4. Tole painting, metal
  1.  Folk art painting on wood
  2.  Tin Pail – using a tin pail(s) as a base, create an item for your home
  3.  Earring, necklace or bracelet, set of two, mounted
  1.  Handmade Canada wall decoration (not wreath)
  2.  Our Canadian Vacation – 3 or more pages of scrapbooking, any size, displayed in a book or in sleeves
  3.  Handmade Birthday Cards, 2
  4.  Set of four coasters
  5.  Creative frame or display of photos
  6.  Home décor item featuring geometric design(s)
  7.  Item made using Mason Jar (s)
  8.  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.

 

  1.   “Hockey Night In Canada” – create a hockey scene of recycled materials. Accessories acceptable.
  2.   Decoration for Table Centre on Canada Day Theme
  3.   Treats for a Canada Day Party displayed on tray– judged on creativity
  4.   “Welcome to Canada” basket
  5.   A Canada 150 wreath
  1.   Décor item using Lumberjack Print
  2.   Cupcakes decorated on Canadian theme, 5