Fancy Work
Class 77

Coordinator: Susan Trivett,
Committee: Carol Packwood

Information for Exhibitors:

  • Please see General Rules and Regulations page 7 & 8.

  • All Exhibitors are required to register under their own name not the name of their business or farm, such entries will be disqualified for judging.

  • Items to exhibit must be brought in between 6 pm & 9 pm Wednesday night September 6th or Thursday morning September 7th between 8 am and 10 am.

  • Sunday: Exhibit hall closes at 4 pm to prepare for pickup of exhibits.

  • No exhibits to be removed from exhibit building before 4:30 pm Sunday.

  • Fair share 20% off prize money.

  • All work must not be shown more than 2 years.

  • All articles must be clean and in good condition.

  • All entry tags should be secured with safety pins.

  • Names on work must be covered.

  • Items in Bold Type are new or changed sections.

  • One entry per person per section.

  • Sample of materials attached for all quilts and sewing and where indicated

  • Please indicate if your quilt cannot go on further in competition.

  • Those persons wishing to enter their quilts in further competitions please follow ALL the rules for quilts on pages 73

All prize money in EACH SECTION of this CLASS will be DOUBLED thanks to the generosity of an Anonymous Donor.  

Prizes: Section: 1 – 9, 28, 29, 48; 1st: $10; 2nd: $8; 3rd: $6
Prizes: Sections: 10 – 27, 30 – 47; 49 – 93: 1st: $6; 2nd: $5; 3rd: $4

Special prizes:
Winner of Most points in Class 77, sections 1- 93 receives a $25 prize and Most Point Rosette
Rosette for the Class 77 Judge Favorite


Quilts: 

Full-size quilts may be a minimum of 72” x 90” or 324 measured on the perimeter. There is a size requirement to go on to the OAAS, the item can be judged here, but will not go on if not proper size. Quilts must include material and batting sample. Only items with sample will be judged. Wall hangings should be equipped to hang.

  • 1. Quilt: Pieced, no Appliqué - Hand Quilted

  • 2. Quilt: Pieced, no Appliqué - Machine Quilted

  • 3. Quilt: Exhibitors Choice – Hand Quilted

  • 4. Quilt: Exhibitors Choice – Machine Quilted

  • 5. Quilt: Top Only (unfinished Quilt Top)

  • 6. Lap Quilt – up to 192” Perimeter. Technique Exhibitor’s Choice - Hand Quilted

  • 7. Lap Quilt – up to 192” Perimeter, Technique Exhibitor’s Choice - Machine Quilted

  • 8. Quilted Wall Hanging (with sleeves MAXIMUM size 56” x 48”) – Hand Quilted

  • 9. Quilted Wall Hanging (with sleeves MAXIMUM size 56” x 48”) – Machine Quilted

  • 10. Pictorial landscape quilt–MAXIMUM size 100” perimeter

  • 11. Miniature Quilt–20”x20”(one quilt block is not a miniature quilt)

  • 12. Pair of Pot Holders – Quilted (sample of heat resistant material to be included)

  • 13. Quilt block not Quilted (mounted on Bristol board)

  • 14. Quilted Item by Beginner–Cheater Panel Accepted, judged on quilting only (please attached note as to whether self-taught or attended a class)


Sewing: 

Sewing must include material sample. Please ensure no names are showing.

  • 15. Baby’sbib

  • 16. Child’s hooded bath towel

  • 17. Child’s play outfit – suitable for fall or winter

  • 18. Smocked garment – for child up to five years of age

  • 19. Child’sToy–forToddleruptothreeyearsofage(childsafe)

  • 20. Ladies Skirt – any style

  • 21. Ladies winter sleepwear – two pieces or one piece

  • 22. Man’s flannel lounge pants

  • 23. HalloweenCostume–adultorchild

  • 24. TableRunner

  • 25. FourPlacemats

  • 26. Collection of three sewn items – suitable for use in a themed gift basket, attractively displayed

  • 27. Beginner sewer’s project–any item sewn by hand or machine


Knitting: 

In the sweater categories, heavy indicates yarn suitable for outdoor wear. Sweaters should not be ironed. All items hand-knit, unless otherwise specified. Only items with sample yarn will be judged.

  • 28. Knitted Afghan-MAXIMUM perimeter of 200” excluding fringe

  • 29. Knitted Afghan Lap/Throw Size–MAXIMUM perimeter of 160”, no fringe

  • 30. Knitted Baby Blanket – MAXIMUM perimeter of 160”

  • 31. Knitted Baby Sweater and Hat – your choice of yarn

  • 32. Child’sHatandMittSet

  • 33. Child’s Novelty Hat (animal etc.)

  • 34. KnittedChild’sToy(childsafe)

  • 35. Toddler’s Slippers up to size 4

  • 36. Child’s Sweater to size 16–Exhibitor’s Choice of technique, style and yarn

  • 37. Scoodie - Hoodie and Scarf combined

  • 38. Adult Slippers

  • 39. Adult Sweater

  • 40. Ladies Socks

  • 41. Man’s Socks

  • 42. Adult Mitts

  • 43. Adult Gloves

  • 44. Fingerless Gloves or Mitts

  • 45. Adult Winter accessory–Exhibitors choice

  • 46. Collection of three knitted items - suitable for use in a themed gift basket, attractively displayed

  • 47. Beginner Knitter’s project–your choice


Crochet:

Only items with sample yarn will be judged.

  • 48. Exhibitor’s choice Afghan-MAXIMUM perimeter of 200” excluding fringe

  • 49. Lap/Throw Size Afghan–MAXIMUM perimeter of 160”, no fringe

  • 50. Baby Blanket – MAXIMUM perimeter of 160”

  • 51. Toddler’s Booties / Slippers (up to age 4)

  • 52. CrochetedBabyToy(childsafe)

  • 53. Adult matching Hat and Scarf

  • 54. Adult Slippers

  • 55. Scoodie–HoodieandScarfcombined

  • 56. Shawl or Shrug

  • 57. Collection of three crocheted items - suitable for use in a themed gift basket, attractively displayed

  • 58. Beginner’sproject–anyitem


Needlework

  • 59. Needle point on plastic canvas–e.g. bookmarks, coasters (4) ,ornaments (3) etc.

  • 60. Needle point item–e.g. framed picture, pillow cover, bookmark, coasters (4)etc.

  • 61. Embroidered picture - on fabric in hoop, ready to hang

  • 62. Article of / displaying machine embroidery

  • 63. Counted cross-stitched item – any size

  • 64. Bunka / Punch needlework item

  • 65. Picture / Wall hanging / Rug made by using rug hooking techniques


Miscellaneous

  • 66. Novelty Cushion

  • 67. Stuffed Toy– for child of crib age to 3 years (child safe)

  • 68. Childs placemat – for either boy or girl

  • 69. Décor (accent) item–for teens room, girl or boy

  • 70. Craft using burlap as main material – exhibitor’s choice

  • 71. Jewellery – matched set displayed (earrings are not considered a set, but may be part of a set)

  • 72. Jewellery – single piece/item, displayed, e.g. bracelet, necklace, pair of earrings etc.

  • 73. Shopping Bag – sewn, must be 11” x 12” or larger, with material sample

  • 74. Shopping Bag–not sewn, must be 11”x12” or larger, with material sample

  • 75. Small purse with / without shoulder strap suitable for everyday/evening, use any technique

  • 76. Felted Item–e.g. purse, slippers, hat etc.

  • 77. Hanging Welcome sign – for any season / all year (no plastic canvas), any technique

  • 78. Button art / craft – e.g. picture art, jewellery etc. (see Pinterest for ideas)

  • 79. Decorative item – representing Easter, Summer, Thanksgiving or the Winter season (no ceramics)

  • 80. Halloween decoration – for inside or outside

  • 81. Wall décor piece–any style or technique (except painting), e.g. wall hanging, macramé - be creative

  • 82. Bazzar item – value $10

  • 83. Three Flowers – any material and technique for display in vase

  • 84. Something Useful from Something Useless – photo / state describing of what item

    was before


Christmas

  • 85. Door / Porch Decoration

  • 86. Traditional Christmas Stocking - ready to hang and fill, no cheater panels

  • 87. ChristmasApronwithbib

  • 88. Christmas display / arrangement – for use on mantle or buffet, can be displayed on a tray if necessary

  • 89. CollectionofThreeOrnaments–attractivelydisplayed

  • 90. TwoPlacemats

  • 91. “Christmas Tree” – any style / technique not over 18”, free standing

  • 92. Creatively wrapped parcel – with hand-made tag

  • 93. FreeStandingitemorfigure-upto2’tall,anytechnique


Specials

Prize for 1st place Only Sections 94-96: 1st: $10

  • 94. “Teddy Bear” – any technique

  • 95. Knit or Crocheted Blanket – baby to toddler, MAXIMUM perimeter of 160”

    In memory of Flo Cucman

  • 93. Special frame for your favourite pet photo-can be a decorated wooden frame or a handmade frame, may include photo of your pet but it will not be judged

 Lets Help

Multiple Entries as in past are accepted
NEW: Now one item per Exhibitor in each category will be judged
Please attach Exhibitor’s Tag on item to be Judged

Prizes:  Sections: 97 - 98; 1st: $10; 2nd: $6; 3rd: $4
This prize money will not be doubled.
Sponsor: Susan Trivett in appreciation of your generosity!

  • 97. “Let’s Help” Knitted or crocheted hats, mitts and scarfs for St. Lawrence O’Toole Catholic Church which are donated to children or adults in need.

  • 98. “Let’s Help” Pillowcases for CHEO - standard size pillowcases for the young children to teens. Will be delivered to CHEO.

  • 99. Cuddly lap size blankets for patients at CHEO. Remember young children to teens. Please use washable material, fleece, flannels or any other material. Will be delivered to CHEO.

Special Needs - NEWS!!

This category is open to any individual who is physically or developmentally challenged.
There is no exhibitors fee for this class.

Prizes: Sections 101 - 107; 1st: $7; 2nd: $5; 3rd: $4

" All prize money DOUBLED THANKS to the generosity of an Anonymous Donor”

  • 101. Crocheted or Knitted item

  • 102. Picture (displayed on bristol board) – painted / coloured / combination thereof, must be drawn by exhibitor

  • 103.Christmas Craft or small gift item

  • 104.Halloween decoration or craft

  • 105.Article of hand or machine sewing

  • 106.Article of exhibitor’s choice

  • 107.Single page of Colouring Book Art – child / adult style, depending on exhibitors capabilities


Spencerville Agricultural Society Quilt Block Competition Guidelines for 2019

Prizes in each category: 1st: $6; 2nd: $5; 3rd: $4

Section: 100

The theme for this year's quilt block competition is “Down at the Pond'“.
E.g. frogs, cattails, dragonflies, turtles, fish, ducks, butterflies, blue heron, mice, water lilies, or a raccoon getting a drink.

Blocks will be judged in four categories.

  • 100.1. Appliqué - Hand, with optional accent embroidery

  • 100.2. Pieced - Either hand or machine

  • 100.3. Embroidery - Hand only

  • 100.4. Anything Goes - Any other category

Judging standards state that in appliqué, embroidery stitches may be used for decoration only.
You may enter a block in each category, but only one in each category.
Please use the block provided as background for all blocks. The other piece is the sashing, you may use some of this in your block it looks good in the finished quilt. Blocks are 13” square.

Please put your name on the finished block, it is nice to know how many people made the blocks.
Please return unused material with your finished blocks, by mail or to the exhibit building of the Fair.

Return the blocks by fair time, before 10:00 am Thursday at the fair for judging or mail to:

Bobby Campbell
5875 County Road 18, R. R. # 2
Spencerville, Ontario K0E 1X0
613-658-5824

If you need more blocks please contact Bobby Campbell. If you have unused blocks please return them. Thank you.
The Spencerville Agricultural Society thanks you for your support.


OAAS QUILTING COMPETITION

Prizes: 1st: $25; 2nd: $15; 3rd: $10

Annual Hand Quilted Competition

  • Must have entered in section 1,3 and 8.

  • Entry must be solely made, and hand quilted, by the exhibitor.

  • Entry quilts must be a minimum of 324 inches measured on the perimeter.

  • Smaller quilts will not be eligible to proceed to the next level of competition).

  • Grand Champion quilt will go to District level for judging.

  • Winner of District advances to the annual OAAS Convention for judging.


Annual Machine Quilted Quilt Competition

  • Must have entered in sections 2, 4 and 9.

  • Entry must be solely made, and machine quilted by the exhibitor.

  • Minimum 192 inches, measured on the perimeter.

  • Can be square or rectangular etc.

  • Grand Champion quilt will go to District level for judging.

  • Winner of District advances to the annual OAAS Convention for judging.

A copy of complete details regarding all OAAS quilt competitions is available at the Fair Office or go to competitions at www.ontariofairs.com.

 

Attention All Exhibitors!

Deadline for Entries

ONLINE - September 10, 2019
ENTRY FORM – September 7, 2019

$1.00 late entry fee per item applicable after deadline | Late entry fees for livestock noted in the livestock section

Online Entries

Click Here for the Exhibitor Login

All prize money doubled indefinitely!!

Download Entry Forms

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For more info contact: info@spencervillefair.ca