Handicrafts and Hobbies

Class 82
Handicrafts, "Grandma's Linen Closet!", Christmas, Machine Sewing


Committee: Judi Meadows (Chair) 519-463-5463, Elaine Campbell, Linda Clare, Bonnie Csinos, Diane Helmuth, Noreen Jones, Vera Kirby, Norma Mordue,Rhonda Otte, Gary & Judy Stephenson, Laura Taylor and Jane Van Weerdhuizen

RULES *NOTE ENTRY DATES and TIMES

  1. Entries will be received on Thursday between 3:00 to 8:00 p.m. and Friday from 9:00 to 10:00 a.m. and remain in place until 4:30 p.m. on Sunday.
  2. ALL EXHIBITS MUST BE THE WORK OF THE EXHIBITOR AND MUST HAVE BEEN DONE IN THE LAST 2 YEARS.
  3. Judges of this class are authorized by the directors of the Society to disqualify all old, soiled and defaced work, and instructed to award prizes to new and up-to-date work. In case of no competition, unless the work is worthy, the prize money will be withheld.
  4. All pictures must be ready to hang.
  5. Organizations Showing a Display Must Enter in the Open Classes.
  6. NOTE: Our theme this year is “HOMEMADE PIES AND FAMILY TIES!”. Please include where possible.

Prizes

Section 1st 2nd 3rd
1-25 $3.00 $2.50 $2.00
26-27 $6.00 $4.00 $3.00
28-44 $3.00 $2.50 $2.00
45 $5.00 $4.00 $3.00
46-51 $3.00 $2.50 $2.00

 

Handicrafts

Section:

  1. An article displaying counted cross stitch
  2. Shopping bag made of fabric
  3. Patio cushion
  4. Handmade greeting card
  5. Homemade pie carrier
  6. Scrapbooking Page - "Holiday"
  7. Scrapbooking Page - "Birthday"
  8. Scrapbooking Page – "Best Friends"
  9. Scrapbooking Page - "Graduation"
  10. Scrapbooking Page - "Pets"
  11. Scrapbooking Page - "Grandchildren"
  12. Penmanship - write the following poem:
      "We've baked the pies you all like the best
      And are willing now to stand the test
      The proof of the pudding is in the eating.
      And the pies we serve there is no beating."
  13. Handmade greeting card for family birthday
  14. Rug, any medium
  15. Hand hooked rug
  16. Handmade article of jewellery
  17. Piece of handmade pottery
  18. Stained glass article
  19. Trash to Treasure - useful
  20. Hand designed basket
  21. Three handmade articles for a bazaar
  22. Two placemats
  23. Two pot holders
  24. Any article completed with a needle & thread that incorporates beads and/or sequins
  25. Article made of plastic canvas
  26. Specials

  27. Needlepoint picture
  28. Any other article of needlepoint

"Grandma's Linen Closet" - (not new work)

Section:

  1. Hand embroidered tea cloth
  2. Crocheted collar
  3. Tatted item
  4. Smocked item
  5. Monogram item
  6. Gloves
  7. Christmas Corner

    NOTE: Items must be the work of the exhibitor

  8. Grapevine wreath
  9. Tree ornament
  10. Handcrafted card
  11. Tree skirt
  12. Runner or table topper
  13. Snowman - any medium
  14. Scrapbooking page - "Family Christmas
  15. Christmas placemats (2)
  16. Decorated Christmas lantern
  17. Most uniquely wrapped gift
  18. Needle felted Christmas ornament
  19. SPECIAL: by Handicraft Committee in memory of Jean Shoemaker. A box, basket, pail, etc. decorated for Christmas and filled with non-perishable items. All entries to be donated to Domestic Abuse Services, Oxford. Prizes: 1st, $5.00; 2nd, $4.00; 3rd, $3.00 and $2.00 to all other entries.
  20. MOST POINTS in Christmas Corner by Dennis and Linda Baker - $10.00

    Machine Sewing

  21. Holder with dispenser for plastic bags
  22. Reusable shopping bag
  23. Reusable book bag
  24. PJ Bottoms
  25. Vest
  26. MOST POINTS in Machine Sewing by Laura Taylor - $10.00

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