CLASSES 160 to 163 – CRAFTS & HOBBIES

CRAFTS & HOBBIESCHAIRPERSON:   Steve Thompson          (905) 476-1646

COMMITTEE:   Brenda Thompson, Joshua Thompson, Caleb Thompson

 

The General Rules of the Sutton Agricultural Society shall apply.

 

ADDITIONAL RULES:

  1. All crafts MUST HAVE A PATCH OF MATERIAL, YARN or THREADS ATTACHED to each entry which provides proof of authenticity.
  2. Items requiring “SPECIAL CARE” please see a volunteer to ensure the craft is placed in a covered case.
  3. Only items constructed since last year’s Fair can be submitted. Items must be made after Aug. 8th, 2016 UNLESS otherwise specified.
  4. NO KITS unless specified in that section.
  5. ‘OPEN’ categories are only to be used for sections not already specified.
  6. All items stated ‘Ready to hang’ must be prepared securely for hanging or they will not be hung or judged
  7. All exhibitors MUST BE AMATEUR. A person who relies on selling their work as their MAIN source of income will be considered professional. Anyone who enters a finished product and is found to be a professional will be disqualified from the judging process.

 

 

PRIZE MONEY:            1st = $4.00, 2nd = $3.00; 3rd = $2.00                

BEST IN SHOW – $25

CLASS 160: CRAFTS & HOBBIESSECTION:

 

GARDENING CORNER:

  1. Flower Container
  2. Recycling old garden utensil decorated
  3. Recycling twig wreath decorated
  4. Recycling garden welcome sign painted
  5. Twig art – open

 

DOLLS/STUFFED ARTICLE:

  1. Best dresses (handmade clothing to be judged, please include sample of material
  2. Open item – stuffed

 

FOLK ART:

  1. Painted, something for the kitchen
  2. Painted, Birdhouse
  3. Recycling, Bird Feeder

 

PAPER CREATIONS:

  1. Greeting Card, any occasion
  2. One Scrapbook page(12inchx12inch) in plastic cover – ‘Barns, Farms & Tractors”
  3. One Scrapbook page(12inchx12inch) in plastic cover – ‘Summer Fun’
  4. Paper tissue craft
  5. Paper mache – open

 

WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE

  1. Women on the farm – made out of dough art, painted & decorated
  2. Women in Agriculture – scrapbook page (12 x 12 “) in plastic cover
  3. Women in Agriculture – openCLOTHING:
  4. Repurposed denim item
  5. Repurposed Earth – friendly tote bag
  6. Flashiest theme hat
  7. Recycling – lost mitten’s friends

 

KITS:

  1. Open

 

ODDS AND ENDS:

  1. Recylcing – repurposed container
  2. Decorated tea towel or dish cloth
  3. Fridge magnet
  4. Decoration with horseshoes

 

SILK/DRIED FLOWERS:

  1. Summer Bouquet
  2. Yellow, black & white
  3. Open

 

JEWELLERY:

  1. Broach
  2. Earings
  3. Necklace
  4. Ring

 

COLLECTIONS: (pls. see volunteer for display of special care items)

  1. Most unusual collection

 

OPEN: ***(ADULTS ONLY) ***

  1. Maximum 3 items per Entrant

CLASS 162: WOODWORKING

Specify the type of wood used

SECTION:

  1. Small Furniture Piece
  2. Stool or Chair
  3. My 1st Woodworking Project (pls include explanation)4. High School made woodworking project
  4. Lathed Item
  5. Open

CLASS 163: HAND CARVINGSECTION:

  1. One Item, Wood
  2. One item, Walking Stick
  3. One Item, Bar of Soap
  4. Open
  5. One Item, Carved Apple
  6. Women on the Farm (woodworking)
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