Hand Craft Prize List 2017 – Class 31

2016 Homecraft Winners

Viewers’ Choice Quilt – sponsored by the Phelpston Quilters’ Group

Winner: Toos Claasse, Elmvale

Elaine Parnell Memorial Quilt of the Fair,:

Winner: Lila Beardsall, Elmvale

New Exhibitor Award

Winner: Debbie Kijowski, Singhampton

Ricky Hummelink Memorial:   Exhibitor winning the most points in the Homecraft Section

Winner: Jan Pinkerton, Schomberg

HAND CRAFTS ENTRY CLASS

IMPORTANT NOTE: FABRIC AND YARN SAMPLES(SWATCHES)ARE TO BE ATTACHED TO ALL ENTRIES. FAILURE TO ATTACH SUFFICIENT SAMPLES WILL RESULT IN DISQUALIFICATION. FABRIC CASINGS (SLEEVES) MUST BE ATTACHED TO ALL QUILT AND WALL HANGINGS. WREATHS AND ARTWORK MUST BE EQUIPPED FOR HANGING. USE SAFETY PINS,- NO STARIGHT PINS
PRIZE LIST

Chairperson – Marg Lambie 705-322-3268

QUILTS, HAND QUILTED
Section 1- 20
Prize List 1st- $20.00 2nd-$15.00 3rd-$10.00
1.Quilt, Applique
2.Quilt, Pieced
3.Quilt, Whole Cloth
4.Quilt, Fancy, Hand
5.Quilt, any technique, Any Size-
(Quilting Only Judged)

QUILTS- DOMESTIC MACHINE QUILTED, BY EXHIBITOR
Prize Money 1st-$10.00, 2nd-$8.00, 3rd-$6.00
6.Quilt, Applique
7.Quilt, Pieced
8.Quilt, Whole Cloth, Fancy
9.Quilt, Fancy
10.Quilt, Small Size, perimeter under 324″
QUILT – LONG ARM MACHINE QUILTED (Please acknowledge the name of the quilter)
11.Quilt, Applique
12.Quilt, Pieced
13.Quilt, Whole Cloth, Fancy
14. Quilt, Fancy

QUILTS – MISCELLANEOUS
15. Tied Quilt
16. Quilt, Novice (1st Quilt) made by exhibitor
17. Quilt, any Technique, Any Size, Crafted by 2 people or more
18. Quilt Top, Any Technique, Any Size
19. Memory Quilt , any size
20. “It Started with a Panel” Quilt
Prize Money : Sections 21-24
1st-$10.00, 2nd -$8.00, 3rd – $5.00

21. Crib Quit, hand quilted
22. Crib Quilt, Machine quilted
23. Wall Hanging, hand quilted
24. Wall Hanging, machine quilted

Prize money for sections 25-27
1st-$7.00, 2nd – $6.00, 3rd- $5.00

25. Quilt Block – Pieced
26- Quilt Block – Appliqued
27- Quilt Block – Other

28. SPECIAL Viewers Choice- Choose from Section 1-22 Sponsored by Phelpston Quilters Group-
Prize: Quilters Gift Pack
2016 VIEWERS CHOICE WINNER: TOOS CLAASE

29. SPECIAL: “ELAINE PARNELL MEMORIAL” $100.00 “QUILT OF THE FAIR” – Quilt and size, crafted and QUILTED BY EXHIBITOR ONLY. (Judge’s Choice)
sponsored by Ken Parnell and Family
201 ELAINE PARNELL MEMORIAL
WINNER: LILA BEARDSALL

30. SPECIAL: BEA LAMBIE MEMORIAL”
Quilt , any size, crafted and hand quilted by EXHIBITOR ONLY. ( Judges Choice)
Sponsored by the Lambie Family- $50.00

2017 SESQUICENTENNIAL SPECIAL
In recognition of our proud Canadian Heritage, we have created three classes that depict “My Canada” as part of the 2017 Sesquicentennial Celebrations.
Prizes awarded in each category.
1st- $20.00, 2nd – $15.00, 3rd – $10.00

31. Quilt
32. Wallhanging , no larger than 9 sq ft.
33. Other e.g. cushion, tote bag, item of apparel

IMPORTANT INFORMATION; FABRIC AND /OR YARN SAMPLES ARE TO BE INCLUDED WITH ALL ENTRIES.FABRIC CASING OR SLEEVES MUST BE ATTACHED TO ALL QUILTS AND WALL HANGINGS. WREATHS AND ARTWORK MUST BE EQUIPT FOR HANGING. ALL SIGNATURE LABLES MUST BE COVERED. FAILURE TO COMPLY WILL RESULT IN DISQUALIFICATIN. ALL ENTRIES MUST HAVE FABRIC SAMPLES ATTACHED WITH SAFETY PINS ONLY. SIGNATURE LABLES MUST BE COVERED

HOME ACCESSORIES
Afghans and Rugs
Prize Money: Section 34-38
1st-$10.00, 2nd-$8.00, 3rd-$6.00

34.Afghan, Knitted (48″x60″ minimum)
35.Afghan Crocheted -Whole ( 48″ x 60″ minimum)
36.Afghan Pieced( 48″ x 60″ minimum)
37.Swedish Weaving Article
38.Rug – Any Kind
HOME ACCESSORIES
Prize Money Section 39-61
1st – $7.00, 2nd-$6.00, 3rd-$5.00

39.Cushion Quilted
40.Cushion, Fancy not quilted
41.Cushion, Practical
42.Fabric Wall Hanging- No Larger than 9 sq ft-unframed
43.Needlepoint-Finished-Mounted
44.Counted Cross stitch Article
45.Counted Cross Stitch, Less than 100 sq inches framed
46.Counted Cross Stitch, More than 100 sq inches framed
47.Wall Hanging , Framed, No Art work
48.Placemats, set of 2 Homemade
49.Centrepiece, Crocheted, Mounted 14″ max
50.Furniture Runner
51.Door Decoration
52.Kitchen Accessory – Fabric
53.Kitchen Accessory – Crafted
54.Sock Monkey
55. “Red Work” Machine Embroidered Article
56.Home Décor Article, NOT LISTED
57.Lap Cover-Crocheted -36″ x 45″ min
58.Lap Cover, Knitted – 36″ x 45″ min
59.Baby Afghan Crocheted
60.Baby Afghan- Knit
61.”Red Work” Hand Embroidered Article
<strong>62. SPECIAL:PRIZE MONEY
1ST-$20.00 GIFT CERTIFICATE, 2ND-$10.00, 3RD-$5.00
NEW:NATIONAL CONTEST : 1ST -$100.00 2ND AND 3RD – $25.00 EACH
BERNARDIN SNAP LID MASON JAR CREATIVE CRAFT AWARD
Best decorative or functional home made craft using a
BERNARDIN MASON JAR(S) OR 2- PIECE SNAP LID

ADULT WEAR
Prize Money 1st-$7.00, 2nd-$6.00, 3rd-$5.00
63.Jacket
64.Skirt
65.Sleepwear
66.Dress
67.Sweater, Fine
68.Sweater, Bulky Cardigan
69.Sweater, Bulky Pullover
70. Vest
71.Apron
72.Cape/Wrap
73.Flannel Garment
74.Ladies Blouse
75.Purse
76.Hat
77.Fingerless Gloves
78.Knitted Scarf
79.Crocheted Scarf
80.”Re-Purposed” Apparel- must include picture of original article
81.Mitts, Knitted
82.Mitts, Crocheted
83.Slippers
84.Socks Handmade

CHILDREN’S WEAR
Prize Money 1st-$7.00, 2nd-$6.00, 3rd-$5.00
85.Socks, Knitted
86.Denim Article
87.Baby’s Jacket and Bonnet/Hat Knitted
88.Baby’s Jacket and Bonnet/Hat Crocheted
89.Sweater, Knitted, Pullover
90.Sweater, Knitted, Cardigan
91.Dress, Fabric
92.Pair of Mitts, any material
93.Baby’s Bib
94.Doll Outfit
95.Sleepwear
96.Fabric Hat
97. Hat, knitted or crochet

Micellaneous
98. Tole or Folk painting max 3 sq ft
99.Craft Wood handicraft toy
100. Craft, Wood, Handicrafted any other
101.Christmas Home Decoration
102. Wreath
103.Any handicraft not listed – example-felting-No Sewing knitting or crochet
104.Autumn Decoration
105.3 Christmas Decorations, similar
106.Handicrafted Jewellery
107.Model Car ( from a kit)
108. Pet Apparel
109.Sketch or Artwork , unframed
110.Artwork,Framed (Max 20 inches x 24 inches)
111.One Page of Memory Scrapbook titled “Memories of 1967”-ACTIVITY OF CHOICE
112.Recycled Article
113.Article from Plastic Canvas
114.Doll Quilt
115.Environmental Shopping Bag
116.Baby Nursery Accessory
117.Christmas Stocking
118.Handmade Card
119.Carry All Bag
120.Hallowe’en Costume

GOLDEN YEARS ( FOR PEOPLE WHO HAVE GAINED 65 YEARS OF AGE AND UP)
Prize Money: Section 121-131
1st -$7.00, 2nd – $6.00, 3rd-$5.00

121.Pair of Knitted Socks
122.Pair of Knitted Mitts
123.Crocheted Doily( approx. 12 “)mounted
124.Apron
125.Article of Embroidery
126.3 Knitted Dish Clothes
127.A Collar, knitted or Crochet
128.Baby Jacket and Bonnet/Hat knitted or crocheted
129.Your Childhood Picture- Framed or Mounted
130.Collection of 3 Pictures Depicting 3 different Generations, mounted (Max 11’x17”)
131.Penmanship- Handwritten “God Save the Queen”
NEW EXHIBITOR AWARD
to the New Exhibitor with the most points in sections 1 thru 131, inclusive-$10.00 (first time exhibitors must mark all entry tags with a red dot, supplied by the fair office)
2016 NEW EXHIBITOR AWARD WINNER – DEBBIE KIJOWSKI
HAND CRAFT AWARD – SPECIAL
RICKY HUMMELINK MEMORIAL AWARD-SPONSERED BY THE HUMMELINK FAMILY-To the exhibitor winning the most points in the Hand Craft Section- Plaque
2016 HAND CRAFT WINNER- JAN PINKERTON
132. GROUP DISPLAY
Theme :” An Old Fashioned Summer Picnic to Celebrate Canada’s 150th””

Display to include a total of 9 items. Must include 3 of the following
-A prepared picnic basket
-A table Cloth or blanket
– A picnic game/ sports activity
Maximum display width is 4 ft
$20.00 Awarded to each entry
Judging Criteria possible 100 points
20- Simplicity and Clarity of Theme
25- Educational Value
20- General Appearance and Balance
20- Workmanship
15- Identification of Group and Theme

133. COMMUNITY/ORGANIZATION DISPLAY

i.e Clubs, Scouting Group, Library Group, Maximum 3 ft wide Theme relates to your group
20.00 awarded to each worthy entry

JUDGING STANDARDS- TAKEN FROM THE HOMECRAFT JUDGING STANDARDS OF ONTARIO FAIRS O.A.A.S. REVISED 2009
Baked Goods

Decorated Cakes
50- General Appearance
50- Workmanship
All Baked Goods
25 – General Appearance
25 – Internal Appearance
50 Flavour and Aroma
Canned Goods
25- General Appearance
25- Internal Appearance
50- Flavour
Handcrafts
Clothing
25- Design, color and materials
50 Workmanship judged from the outside of the garment
25 Workmanship judged from the inside of the garment

Handcrafts
15- General Appearance
15- Creative Design
20- Color and Material
50 Workmanship
Needle crafts
25- General Appearance
25- Design and Material
50- Workmanship
Quilts
25 General Appearance and design
20 Color, material
55 Workmanship