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Homecrafts

Friday, August 18 @ 11:30 am - Sunday, August 20 @ 4:00 pm

quilts

Chairperson:  Anna Smail  613-652-4915

Committee:  Sabina de Stecher, Donna Williams, Sandra Pym, Deborah Brown, Joyce Derraugh, Joyce Boyd, Mary Meerakker Dorothy Thomas, Shari Martin, Nancy Farley-Holmes, Kelly Baelde, Alayna Baelde.

Rules:  All exhibits are to be the production work and property of the exhibitor.  Judges of the work are authorized by the Society to discard all soiled, defaced or old work and are instructed to award prizes only to new and up-to-date work.  All exhibits under these classes must be in the show room no later than 11:30 am., the second day of the Fair (Friday August 18, 2017) at which time the doors will be closed.  Exhibits are to be picked up at (NOT BEFORE) 4:00 pm Sunday, August 20,  2017.  The Committee is not responsible for uncollected exhibits or noncash prizes.  All exhibitors must have an individual entry number (entry fees waived for first time adult exhibitors).  No entry fee for children. Each exhibitor may submit only one (1) item in each category.  ARTICLES MAY BE SHOWN TWICE ONLY.  No prizes unless worthy.  PLEASE READ INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY. Be sure that a sample of material  (s.m.a.) or yarn (s.y.a.) is attached where requested.  Failure to do so could result in disqualification by the judge.

1 QUILTING

1 – 1.  Machine Pieced Quilt ,machine quilted, minimum 324” perimeter, (s.m.a.)

  Sponsored by Northcott Silks Inc., Woodbridge ON

1st Gift    2nd Gift    3rd Gift          

1 – 2.  Wall Hanging, machine quilted, max. perimeter 130”, (s.m.a.)

Sponsored by Kemptville Fabric Shoppe, Kemptville ON

1st Gift    2nd Gift    3rd Gift     

1 – 3.  Quilted Accent Pillow, max. 16” x 16”, (s.m.a.)

        Sponsored by Quilters Barn & Gifts, Russell, ON

  1st Gift    2nd Gift    3rd Gift    

1 – 4.  Quilted Tote Bag (s.m.a.)

Sponsored by Flair with Fabrics, Chesterville ON

1st Gift    2nd Gift    4th Gift        

1 – 5.  Table Runner, not less than 36”, machine quilted by exhibitor (s.m.a.)

Sponsored by Hallville United Church Women, Hallville ON

1st $25    2nd $15    3rd $10

1 – 6.  Quilt Top, ready to be quilted (s.m.a.)

Sponsored by Northcott Silks Inc., Woodbridge ON

1st Gift    2nd Gift    3rd Gift

1 – 7.  Two Place Mats, machine quilted by exhibitor, (s.m.a.)

Sponsored by Upper Canada Quilt Guild, Morrisburg ON

1st $25    2nd $15    3rd $10         

1 – 8.  Lap Quilt, minimum perimeter 140” (s.m.a.)

Sponsored by Giroux Sewing Center, Cornwall ON

1st Gift    2nd Gift    3rd Gift

1 – 9.  Any Article that does not qualify in quilting section (1-8) that uses Quilting or Quilting Techniques, (s.m.a.)

Sponsored by Upper Canada Quilt Guild, Morrisburg ON

1st $25    2nd $15    3rd $10

           

1 – 10  Special  prize for overall highest points in Quilting

Donated by Northcott Silks Inc.

PRIZE LIST AS FOLLOWS: 1ST $8.00;  2ND $6.00;  3RD $4.00

Unless Otherwise Indicated

2 KNITTING and CROCHETING                                  

1 – 1.   Afghan,knit (s.y.a.)

2 – 2.   Scarf, knit or crochet, traditional yarn (s.y.a.)

2 – 3.   Scarf & Hat, knit, (s.y.a.)    

2 – 4.   Shawl/Poncho, knit or crochet (s.y.a.)

2 – 5.   Baby Blanket, knit, (approx. 36”x40” or larger) (s.y.a.)

2 – 6.   Hat & Mitts, knit (s.y.a.)

2 – 7.   Baby Sweater, crochet (s.y.a.)

2 – 8.   Two (2) Piece Baby Set, hand knit (s.y.a.)

2 – 9.   Socks, knit, any size (s.y.a.)

2-10.   Child/Youth crochet hat (s.y.a.) 

2 -11.   Slippers, crochet, any style (s.y.a.)

2 -12.  Two (2) knit dish cloths (s.y.a).                                                                

3                             CELEBRATION

                      Sponsored by Lolan Holsteins, Brinston, ON

3 – 1.  Garden/Out-Door Decor for Canada’s 150th Birthday

3 – 2.  Collection of Photos depicting 125 years of South Mountain Fair (max 5 labelled) mounted on Bristol Board

3 – 3.  Artwork, any medium, depicting South Mountain Fair’s 125th Birthday

3 – 4.   Special Christmas Ornament for Canada’s 150th , can be hand-made or a  hand decorated commercial one     

3 – 5.   Infinity Scarf using Canada’s 150 Theme Fabric (s.m.a.)

         Sponsored by Shoeless Joe’s Sports Grill, Kemptville, ON

         1st Gift    2nd Gift    3rd Gift

4 SEWING

4 – 1.  Child-size Dress, (s.m.a.)

4 – 2.  Bib (s.m.a.)

4 – 3.  Apron, any size (i.e. full or half)  (s.m.a.)

4 – 4.  Article of clothing using fleece (s.m.a.)

4 – 5.  Pajama Bottoms (s.m.a.)

4 – 6.  Pair of Pillowcases, 50% originality; 50% workmanship (s.m.a.)

4 – 7.  Top using Knit Fabric (not arctic fleece or sweat shirting),  (s.m.a.)

4 – 8.  Any Sewn Article of Clothing that does not Qualify in any Sewing Category, (s.m.a.)     

5                             SPECIAL  OCCASION  ITEMS

5 – 1.   Gift Basket for Baby Shower (minimum of 3 handmade items)

5 – 2.   Collection of three (3) Christmas tree ornaments (displayed creatively)

5 – 3.   Door decoration, winter theme

5 – 4.   Welcome Wreath, Easter Theme – must include  word “welcome”

6 Make It Green (recycle)

  Sponsored by Byers Funeral Home, South Mountain, On

6- 1.   Christmas stocking made from recycled article

6 – 2.  Recycled Article made from a Piece of Clothing (must include before picture or manufacturer’s tag)

6 – 3.  Shopping Bag made from recycled material

7 HOBBIES and CRAFTS

7 – 1    Page from Adult Coloring Book

7 – 2   Purse, not quilted (s.m.a.)

7 – 3.   Collection of four (4) theme-related, coloured snapshots, mounted on half sheet of Bristol board

7 – 4.   Child photo depicting a cute moment, taken by exhibitor, mounted

7 – 5    Collection of three (3) farm photos, taken by the exhibitor, mounted on Bristol board

7 – 6.   Pet Photo depicting a cute moment, mounted

7 – 7.   Child Safe Toy

7 – 8.   Duplicate a Photo, any medium (ie. Pencil, charcoal, pastel)

7 – 9.   Hat sewn from Polar Fleece (s.m.a.)

7 – 10.  Creative Use of a Canning Jar (ie. Mason style jar)

7 – 11.  Multi Media Artwork (i.e. fabric, buttons, zippers)

7 – 12.  Penmanship, recipe on lined paper, mounted

7 – 13.  Infinity Scarf, (i.e. knit, sewn, etc,). (s.m.a. or s.y.a.)

7 – 14.  Favourite Photo (5”x7”) matted, in self supporting frame

7 – 15.  Creative Use of Burlap

7 – 16.  Book Mark, any medium

7 – 17.  An Oil Painting

7 – 18.  Art Work Drawing, using pencil, pen

7 – 19.  Art Work Drawing using charcoal, pastel

7 – 20.  Painting on Glass

7 – 21.  A Creative Way to Use a Coloring Book Page

7 – 22.  An Item Made From Used Greeting Cards

SPECIALS

7 – 23.  Painting, any medium, any theme

  Sponsored by Whitteker Meat Market, Williamsburg ON

  1st Gift Certificate    2nd $6    3rd $4    

7 – 24.  Article of Jewelry

    Sponsored by Berends Automotive, Reids Mills ON

    1st Gift Certificate    2nd $6    3rd $4    

7 – 25.   Farm-Themed Artwork

      Sponsored by Nick’s Garden Centre, Brinston ON

      1st Gift Certificate    2nd Gift Certificate        3rd Gift Certificate

7 – 26. Your Favourite Unfinished Project

  Sponsored by Mountain Moulding Ltd/Mountain Orchards, Mountain ON

  1st 10    2nd $8    3rd $6

         

8 SCRAPBOOKING and OTHER PAPER CRAFTS

Prizes:  1st $8.00     2nd $6.00     3rd $4.00

8 – 1.  Card, handmade for a birthday

8 – 2.  Christmas card, handmade, any medium

8 – 3.  Any Occasion Gift Tag

8 – 4.  Scrapbooking, 1 page, with photographs, max 12’x12’ ( DISPLAYED IN PAGE PROTECTOR)

Special prize donated by

JOY TO SHARE

South Mountain, Ont.

Details

Start:
Friday, August 18 @ 11:30 am
End:
Sunday, August 20 @ 4:00 pm
Event Category:

Organizer

Anna Smail
Phone:
613-652-4915

Venue

Lila Fawcett Exhibit Hall
2967 Lough Rd
South Mountain, ON K0E 1W0 Canada
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