Class 22 Small Needlework

Class 22  Needlework Small  Download & Print  CLASS 22 Needlework Small

Committee:          Lois Downey (905-857-1088),

Jeanette Burnside, Pat Burton, Barb Downey, Erica Fosbury, Renee Fosbury, Marion Kolb, Diane Sawyer, Marie Vanderdoelen, Lorna Wilson

 PLEASE REFER TO HOME CRAFT GENERAL RULES.

 ADDITIONAL RULES:

 Needlework means it is made with needles, hook, or shuttle or any combination.

  1. A SWATCH OF MATERIAL (2.5cm x 5cm) OR YARN (10 cm long) MUST ACCOMPANY ALL ENTRIES.
  2. The entries are to be NEW WORK and the work of the exhibito
  3. Articles may have been used, but must be clean and odour free. Any soiled entry will be disqualified.
  4. Please attach entry ticket with yarn or safety pin.
  5. New exhibitor category – must be on outside of entry t
  6. An article may be shown only once.
  7. Sections 1-75 articles must be made by an Adult (18 years and older).
  8. Fair theme for 2017 is “Canada 150 True North Strong”

 Prizes and Points Awarded: Sections 1-75.

1st (6pts) 2nd (5pts) 3rd (4pts) 4th(3pts) 5th(2pts)
$6.00 $5.00 $4.00 $3.00 $2.00

SEWING FOR A CHILD OR ADULT TO WEAR:

  1. Jacket
  2. Vest – long  
  3. Top
  4. Pants
  5. Skirt
  6. Hat
  7. Recycle and sew a new article from an old one
  8. Dress

SEWING MISCELLANEOUS:

  1. Table runner
  2. Polar fleece
  3. Oven towel
  4. Hand bag
  5. T-shirt or sweatshirt, your decoration
  6. Placemats, Qty. 2, sewn from fabric
  7. Pillow – outdoor fabric
  8. F.O. (Unfinished object started for a previous Bolton Fair. Please add a note stating how many years it has taken to finish.)
  9. Scarf
  10. Blanket
  11. Any other sewn item not already mentioned
  12. Bazaar Item, Fabric (not otherwise listed in this section and valued at under $20)

KNITTING:

  1. Brioche article
  2. Entrelac article
  3. Article using 3 or more colours
  4. Article using 3 or more textures
  5. Cardigan
  6. Sweater, 2 or more colours
  7. Sweater, variegated yarn
  8. Vest
  9. Baby Dress
  10. Baby Sweater & Bonnet, NO RIBBONS (display in clear plastic bag)
  11. Baby Afghan
  12. Baby Mitts – NO STRINGS
  13. Mitts, for child
  14. Mitts, for adult
  15. Poncho
  16. Cape
  17. Shrug or wrap
  18. Hat
  19. Scarf, circle
  20. Scarf, any style
  21. Socks, fancy
  22. Socks, work
  23. Dish cloths, 2 identical
  24. Mended Article
  25. Bazaar item (not otherwise listed in this section and valued at under $20)

Crocheting:

  1. Article, 3 or more colours
  2. Article, 3 or more texture
  3. Sweater
  4. Baby Sweater & Bonnet, NO RIBBONS (display in clear plastic bag)
  5. Poncho or cape
  6. Hat
  7. Dish cloths, 2, identical
  8. Cowl
  9. Stuffed toy
  10. Bazaar item (not otherwise listed in this section and valued under $20)

HATCHIMALS (knit, crochet or sew):

  1. Slippers
  2. Hat
  3. Mitts
  4. Scarf
  5. Toy

 FAIR THEME: “Canada 150 –True North Strong”

 These articles are to be red, white and blue like the colours of the UNION JACK.  They can be sewn, knit or crocheted unless a technique is specifically stated.

  1. Hat
  2. Child’s Mitts
  3. Scarf, knit
  4. Pillowcase, hand embroidered
  5. Bib Apron
  6. T-shirt, your decoration
  7. Article made of yo-yos
  8. Placement, pieced

FAIR THEME: “Canada 150 –True North Strong”

These articles are to be red and white like the colours of our present Canadian flag.  They can be sewn, knit or crocheted unless a technique is specifically stated.

  1. Headband
  2. Adult Mitts
  3. Scarf, crochet
  4. Apron, half
  5. Article made from printed material
  6. T-shirt for Canada Day
  7. Placemat, appliqué