Handwork Section N 2017

SECTION N

Open to all ages

HANDICRAFTS

Prize Money: $5.00, $4.00, $3.00, $2.00
Details may be subject to change.  Please check for updates at uxbridgefair.ca.

 NOTE:  If item is suitable for hanging, please include hanger (e.g. wire, hook, string).  If you would like to be acknowledged as the oldest in the Senior Section and the youngest in the Handwork Section then put your age on the fold-up portion of the exhibitor’s tag.

 Class

  1. Baby shower gift – NO FOLK ART
  2. Bridal shower gift – NO FOLK ART
  3. Bazaar item – (value under $5)
  4. Bazaar item – (value $5 – $10)
  5. Bazaar item – (value $11 – $20)
  6. Bazaar item – (value over $20)
  7. Stuffed animal, doll or puppet – with Canadian Theme – any medium with sample – kits welcome
  8. One handmade greeting card, with an envelope, for any celebration
  9. Decorate a hat suitable for a Canada Day Celebration
  10. Any handmade decorative hair accessory
  11. Shopping bag – handmade – any technique showing Canadian Theme – with sample
  12. Pennant or banner – handmade – with a Canadian Theme – with sample
  13. Counted x-stitch – stitched area 5” x 7”or less
  14. Counted x-stitch – stitched area greater than 5” x 7”
  15. Handcrafted piece of jewellery – NO KITS
  16. Any up-cycled item (made from something recycled)
  17. Any edible  or non-edible “gift in a Mason jar”
  18. Picture symbolic of Canada, done in any medium, inserted in a clear plastic CD case
  19. Any bookmark with a provincial flower
  20. Any door decoration – ready to hang – Fall Theme
  21. Decorate a garden stepping stone or rock – any medium
  22. Any red and white table favour
  23. Make a Canadian Flag – any medium – maximum size 20″
  24. Any garden accent (e.g. birdhouse, wind chime or stepping stone) – not to exceed 18” in any direction
  25. Any wooden “thing” with  dimensions not greater than 12” in any direction (eg: name plaque, lawn decoration, etc)
  26. Make an item (miniature size under 5”) using any medium
  27. Any decorated article of  pottery or greenware
  28. Any item made primarily with buttons
  29. Article of handwork not mentioned anywhere in Handwork “Section N” – name technique
  30. Any apron (sewn) with Canadian Theme
  31. Any centrepiece for a Thanksgiving table
  32. Any gift basket or tin suitable for a celebration
  33. President’s Special: Silent Auction Class

NOTE:  All entries become property of the Uxbridge Fair and will be auctioned during the Fair weekend.  All proceeds benefit the Uxbridge Fair.
Prize Money:  $25.00, $15.00
Enter any handmade item that would be suitable for a silent auction

34.                                     Scarecrow Contest Special

Sponsored by
CHALLENGER ELECTRIC   
Saturday, September 10, Noon
Entries cannot be accepted until Saturday
Judging at 1:00 p.m. at the Fair Office Entrance
Open to all ages
Please see General Rules for more information.

                Prizes: 1st Place $50, 2nd Place $25, 3rd Place $15                            Scarecrow representing “Made in Canada,Eh!”

***See ADULT Lego Special with Junior Handcraft Specials***

 CHRISTMAS CORNER

Chair: Katie Assinck (905) 862-0166

Prize Money:  $5.00, $4.00, $3.00, $2.00
NOTE:  If item is suitable for hanging, please attach hanger (e.g. wire, hook, string).

35.Christmas mantel or buffet decoration – any materials

36. Christmas wreath, swag or door decoration37.

37. Stocking – any medium, knitted, quilted, sewn – kits welcome

38. Any Canadian tree decoration – e.g. Canoe, Santa’s Cabin, Maple Leaf, etc.) maximum size 20 cm

39. Any free standing Christmas tree or Christmas ornament (example: metal angel, lathing star), any medium, maximum 50 cm high.

40.Christmas character (e.g. snowman, elf, angel) with samples – any medium

41. Christmas table runner or tree skirt42.

42. Handcrafted greeting card and envelope

43. Item of Christmas clothing eg. Hat, vest, sweater with Christmas motif

44. Any edible Christmas decoration (eg. Popcorn/cranberry string, homemade candy cane, gingerbread Santa, angel, elf)

45.  Any other Christmas craft not mentioned above

46. Any decoration celebrating Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Eid or other winter seasonal celebration.

47.                                             High Point  Winner
Bethesda-Reach Women’s Institute will present a $25 prize to the high point winner in the Handwork section ( including Handcrafts and Christmas Corner).

QUILTS

Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies
Annual Hand Quilted Championship Quilt

Eligibility, Rules and Regulations
General Conditions
A. Entries must be solely made and hand quilted by the exhibitor and exhibited and judged at a local Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies (OAAS) to be eligible for this competition.
B. Entry quilts must be a minimum of 324” measured on the perimeter (smaller quilts will not be eligible to proceed to the next level of competition )
C. The winner’s name and pattern to be displayed at the Fair on sign provided by OAAS.
D. Judging will occur at local fairs and district levels. A Provincial Grand Champion Quilt will be selected at the Annual OAAS Convention.
E. Upon making an entry into the Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies Quilt Competition, the Exhibitor agrees to participate in any promotional activities related to the competition.
F. The winning Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies Champion Quilt will not be eligible to compete in any future District and/or Convention OAAS competition.

 HAND QUILTS 

NOTE: Please name your quilt pattern, if known.
Prize Money: $20.00, $15.00, $10.00
48. Novice quilt – any quilt made by a quilter of less than 4 years experience
49. Appliquéd quilt
50. Pieced quilt
51. Any mixed technique that must be hand quilted, including any sampler quilt

CHAMPION AND RESERVE ROSETTE
AWARDED IN HAND QUILTING

Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies
Annual Machine-Quilted Quilt/Wall Hanging Competition
Eligibility, Rules and Regulations
General Conditions
A. Quilt/Wall Hanging must be solely made and machine quilted by the exhibitor and exhibited and judged at a local Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies (OAAS) fair to be eligible for this competition.
B. Quilt/Wall Hanging to be measured on the perimeter. Total perimeter measurement to be a minimum of 192 inches or 480 cm. Note the article can be square, rectangular etc.
C. Judging will occur at local fairs and district levels. A Provincial Grand Champion Machine Quilted Quilt/Wall Hanging will be selected at the Annual OAAS Convention.
D. Upon making entry into the OAAS Machine Quilting Competition, the Exhibitor agrees to participate in any promotional activities related to the competition.
E. The winning OAAS Machine Quilted Quilt/Wall Hanging will not be eligible to compete in any future District and/or OAAS Provincial competition.
F. The winner’s name to be displayed at the Fair on sign provided by OAAS.
G. Quilt/Wall Hanging must have visible machine quilting.

 MACHINE QUILTS 
NOTE: All entries must include fabric samples.
Prize Money: $20.00, $15.00, $10.00 for following classes unless otherwise noted

52.Novice Quilt – (minimum 192 inches or 324 cm) (5 years experience or less)

53. Quilter’s Cupboard Special
Gift Certificates $20.00, $15.00, $10.00.                                                                                                                  Special A Canadian themed quilt  to celebrate Canada’s 150th                                     Special B  Canadian themed wall hanging to celebrate Canada’s 150th
(pieced and quilted by exhibitor) Open Size for both classes A and B

54.  Any Sample Quilt (appliqued and machine quilted)

55.  Any mixed technique that must be machine quilted

56.  Quilt – suitable for a child’s room

CHAMPION AND RESERVE ROSETTE
AWARDED IN MACHINE QUILTING

 OTHER QUILTED ARTICLES 
NOTE: All entries must include a fabric sample.
Open size, must be hand or machine quilted by exhibitor unless specified within class.

Prize Money: $6.00, $4.00, $3.00, $2.00
57. Tied quilt

58.  Rag quilt

59. Modern quilt

60. Quilt suitable for child`s room

61. Tag Team Quilt- quilt assembled by one person, quilted by another.  Enter under one number but name both people.

62. Quilt- any paper pieced

63. Any machine embroidered quilt

Miscellaneous Quilted Articles
64. Any quilt top
65. Appliqued or pieced crib quilt, not from a precut kit or panel
66. Other crib quilt, may use a precut kit or panel
67. Any quilted miniature less than 23 in x 36 in
68. Any item made using the paper piecing technique (quilted or not quilted)
69. Quilted article of clothing
70. Any quilted personal accessory (eg. Purse, bag, shawl, etc)
71. Any quilted home accessory (e.g. table runner, cushion, 2 place mats, etc)
72 Any fabric landscape – ready to hang
73. Any machine or hand embroidered wall hanging
74. Any quilted item using more than one technique
75. Any sample quilt block- assembled, not quilted
76 Men only class:  Any quilt or quilted item.
77. Canadian Theme block- unquilted, unfinished size 12 ½” to be displayed squarely

 

 KNITTING

Chair – J. Teskey (905) 852-3707

Prize Money:  $5.00, $4.00, $3.00, $2.00 except as noted
NOTE:  All entries must include yarn samples. – NO MACHINE KNITS, unless specified.
78. Afghan:  any shape (Prize Money: $10.00, $5.00, $3.00, $2.00)
79. Carriage cover or baby afghan
80. Dressed Teddy Bear:  Displayed on teddy bear.
81. Long sleeve child’s sweater using colour block or fair isle.
82. Cardigan, long sleeve – adult or child
83. Pullover, long sleeve pullover, with or without hood – adult or child
84. Any sweater using cables
85. Any vest
86. Any item using a novelty yarn ( e.g. eyelash or boa)
87. Security “blankie” – animal head attached to blanket
88. Dress – up to size 4
89. Slippers  – one pair
90. Child’s hat or toque – animal
91. Arm knitting – scarf or cowl
92. Cowl
93. Article of pet clothing
94. Tea cozy – displayed on teapot
95. Socks – 1 pair
96. Any shawl or shrug
97. Any other knitted article – handmade
98. Any other knitted article – machine made

NOVICE KNITTING (less than 5 years experience)
99. Any article of knitting

DIRECTOR”S SPECIAL
All entries to be donated to the Uxbridge Cottage Hospital Gift Shop

Prize Money: $10.00 $5.00 $3.00
100. A knitted baby layette.  Sweater, bonnet or toque, and booties.

 CROCHETING

Prize Money:  $5.00, $4.00, $3.00, $2.00 except as noted.
NOTE:  All entries must include yarn samples.
101.  Afghan($10.00, $5.00, $3.00, $2.00)                                                                       102.  Crocheted carriage cover or baby afghancrochet
103.  Dress – up to size 4
104. Hat – Animal
105.  Slippers – one pair
106.  Any pullover or cardigan
107.  Article of pet clothing
108.  Cowl
109.  Purse or carry bag
110.  Security “blankie” – animal head attached to blanket
111.  Puppet    – 3+ years
112.  Any shawl or shrug
NOVICE CROCHETING (less than 5 years experience)
113. Any article of crocheting

DIRECTOR’S SPECIAL
All entries to be donated to the Uxbridge Cottage Hospital Gift Shop
Prize Money: $10.00 $5.00 $3.00
114.  A crocheted baby layette.  Sweater, bonnet or toque, and bootees.

SEWING

Prize Money:  $5.00, $4.00, $3.00, $2.00
NOTE:  All entries must include a fabric sample.                                                          115. Skirt or pants with zipper – on hangersewing machine                     116. Blouse  with sleeves – with buttons  – on hanger                  117. Any dress, displayed on hanger                             118. Any article of sleepwear e.g .sleep pants, nightgown, bed jacket                                                   119.Any article of clothing using fleece                             120. Any throw or baby blanket using fleece              121. Apron                                                                       122.Jacket – any material                                                                                                                   123.  Costume e.g. Halloween, skating, martial arts                                                           124Any pair of placemats – NOT CHRISTMAS                                                                           125. Carry-all bag or Tote bag – eg. For knitting                                                                           126. A table runner or table cloth – NOT CHRISTMAS                                                                  127.  Any other kitchen item e.g. pot holders, oven mitts, tea cozy                                       128. Cushion cover, max. 18″ X 18″ before ruffle ( if added); displayed on a cushion    129. Any other article of sewing not mentioned above

SPECIAL NEEDS
Sponsored by Maggie McCreath

  • All art pieces should be submitted ready for hanging.
  • Support that is needed does not result in disqualification.

Prize Money  $5.00, $4.00, $3.00, $2.00

Junior: 21 years of age and under  (please include age on back of entry tag)
130. Any handcrafted  item crafted by an individual with special needs
131.  Any baked item produced by an individual with special needs

Adult: Over 21 years of age
132 Any handcrafted item crafted by an individual with special needs
133. Any baked item produced by an individual with special needs

THE UXBRIDGE FAIR BOARD WILL AWARD A PLAQUE FOR THE MOST POINTS IN THE HANDWORK SECTION

ROSETTES AWARDED FOR OUTSTANDING WORKMANSHIP