CLASSES 138 to 149 – NEEDLECRAFT

NEEDLECRAFT

CHAIRPERSON:                Shelley Stiles           (905) 722-9720

COMMITTEE:   Shirley Stiles, Leslie Ristich, Samantha Leaman, Geraldine Draper, Tina Rochacs, Lucy Burttles, Judy Dewar, Ursala Weller and Faith Dennis

 

The General Rules of the Sutton Agricultural Society shall apply.

 

ADDITIONAL NEEDLECRAFT RULES:

Sample fabrics and/or yarns MUST accompany each entry. Please place samples in small zip lock bag safety pinned to bottom right hand corner of entry. Thank you.

Be sure to read all the rules pertaining to the Needlecraft Section before bringing articles to the Fair for competition.

In order to keep a high standard, soiled, defective, more than 2 yrs old, or worn entries will be eliminated from the competition by the Judge and/or the Committee.

Quilters please add a 3” sleeve so quilt can be safely hung.

Please review OAAS eligibility rules and regulation included on page 39.

All exhibitors welcome.

It is the exibitors responsibility to ensure entry is in the correct class and item (1 entry per item #). Entries will not be moved once the exhibitor has left the item.

BEST IN SHOW – $25

CLASS 138: QUILTING

NOTE:

  1. A copyright design may not be displayed at a fair without permission being granted from the owner of the copyright. When such owner has granted permission, the exhibit will be displayed and labeled appropriately. Those without permission cannot be judged or displayed. (O.A.A.S.)
  2. Please give credit to the pattern designer (if known) and include it with the quilt along with the name of the pattern.
  3. If you would like to sell your quilt, please leave a note with the committee to indicate same.

 

CLASS 138 – SECTION1-6: Hand Quilting – OAAS – Solely made by exhibitor

 

PRIZE MONEY:            1st = $50.00; 2nd = $30.00; 3rd = $20.00

  1. Piecework
  2. Piecework and Embroidery
  3. Applique only4. Mixed technique i.e. pieced, appliqued, painted, embroidered, etc.
  4. Sampler
  5. Whole clothEnter your quilt in Class 138, Sections 1 to 6 and be eligible for the Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies (O.A.A.S.) Championship Quilt Competition.

 

All quilts will be judged in their respective classes first.

 

The Grand Champion and the Reserve Grand Champion are judged from all the first and second prize Eligible quilts.

 

The Grand Champion Quilt will compete at the District Level in October and the District winner will compete in the O.A.A.S. Championship Competition at the Provincial level in February.

 

The first place winning quilts from the District Competitions are eligible to enter the OAAS Championship Quilt Competition at the Annual Convention.OAAS Hand Quilted Quilt CompetitionGeneral Conditions

 

  1. Entries must be solely made and hand quilted by the exhibitor and exhibited and judged at a local OAAS to be eligible for this competition.

 

  1. 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)

 

  1. The winner’s name and pattern to be displayed at the Fair on a sign provided by OAAS.

 

  1. Judging will occur at local fairs and sitrict levels. A Provincial Grand Champion Quilt will be selected at the Annual OAAS Convention.

 

  1. Upon making an entry into the OAAS Quilt Competition, the Exhibitor agrees to participate in any promotional activities related to the competition.
  2. The winning OAAS Champion Quilt will not be eligible to compete in any future District and/or Convention OAAS competition.

Local Fair Competition

 

  1. Local fair is entitled to send only the Grand Champion Quilt, (min. 324” measured on the perimeter) judged the best of show of all hand quilted quilts to the District Competition. OR

 

            If and entry wins Grand Champion or Best of All eligible quilts at more than one fair, the other fairs at which this quilt was entered and won, should enter their Reserve Champion or second Best of Show of all classes quilt in the District Competition.

 

NOTE: If an exhibitor wins Grand Champion or Best of All Eligible quilts at other than his/her own fair, or at more than one fair, the exhibitor must consider the Agricultural Society nearest his/her home address as the one from which the quilt will be sent to the District meeting.

 

  1. An Exhibitor who wins more than one Best of Show title with a different quilt at different fairs shall be entitled to enter each winning quilt to compete at the District Competition.

 

  1. Local Homecraft Divisions are requested to judge a Grand Champion or Best of Show of all Eligible quilts. As well as Reserve Grand Champion or Second Best of Show of all Eligible quilts.

 

 

For information regarding the District and Provincial OAAS Competition, please go to the following website:  

            https://ontarioagsocieties.com/assets/competitions/2018/Hand%20Quilt%20Competition%202018.pdf

CLASS 138 – SECTION 7-10:  Machine Quilting – OAAS – Solely made by exhibitor

 

PRIZE MONEY:            1st = $20.00; 2nd = $15.00; 3rd = $10.007.         Pieced

  1. Crib
  2. Appliqued
  3. Open, not listed

Articles eligible for this competition will come from winning entries from all machine quilted classes and the following rules will apply.

Entries must be solely made and machine quilted by the exhibitor and exhibited and judged at a local O.A.A.S. fair to be eligible.

Enties must be a minimum of 324” measured on the perimeter. The article can be square, or rectangle.

Article must have visible machine quilting.

Each local fair is entitled to send only one Grand Champion Machine Quilted article, judged best of show of all eligible machine quilted articles to the District Competition.

The Grand Champion and the Reserve Grand Champion are judged from all first and second prize eligible articles.

First time quilters must have 2 years or less quilting experience

 

CLASS 138 – SECTION 11-32:  Machine Quilting

 

 

PRIZE MONEY, Sections 11-19:                        1st = $20.00; 2nd = $15.00; 3rd = $10.00

 

  1. Any style made by first time quilter
  2. Patchwork
  3. Appliqued
  4. Single quilt
  5. Quilted wall hanging w/sleeve no larger that 5’ x 5’
  6. Crib quilt
  7. Piece of clothing quilted
  8. Lap quilt
  9. Open other than mentioned above, your choice of size.

PRIZE MONEY, Sections 20 & 21:         1st = $8.00; 2nd = $6.00; 3rd = $4.0020. Quilt top only

  1. 2 quilt sample blocks 12-1/2” square, not quilted

 

PRIZE MONEY, Sections 22-32:            1st = $20.00; 2nd = $15.00; 3rd = $10.00

  1. Child’s preprinted panel
  2. Rag quilt
  3. “Quilt-as-you-go” quilt (Method by which sandwiched quilt blocks are presewn then sewn together to form a quilt25. Open, excluding those above.
  4. Memory Quilt – Please note why this quilt is special

CLASS 139: CROCHETED WORK

PRIZE MONEY:            1st = $8.00; 2nd = $6.00; 3rd = $4.00

Sections: 6, 11, 13, & 15          

Sample fabrics/yarns must be attached to each item, in bottom right hand corner.

Sections 1 to 5 – must not be larger than 48” x 60”

No ribbons or ties on baby items for judging

SECTION:

  1. Afghan crocheted in strips
  2. Afghan crocheted in one colour
  3. Afghan crocheted in more than one colour
  4. Afghan crocheted in squares
  5. Afghan crocheted in one piece
  6. Crocheted granny square afghan
  7. Crocheted lap cover
  8. Crocheted doll’s dress
  9. Baby’s crocheted blanket ( min. 36” square)
  10. Baby’s crocheted sweater and bonnet
  11. Ladies crocheted pullover
  12. Ladies crocheted cardigan13. Ladies crocheted hat
  13. Crocheted doll’s dress, on doll
  14. 2 crocheted dishcloths – different designs
  15. 1 pair pillowcases – crocheted edge
  16. Crocheted doily – 9” to 12” mounted
  17. Crocheted doily – 12” to 20” mounted
  18. Crocheted rug
  19. Crocheted cushion cover
  20. Crocheted tea cozy on tea pot
  21. Beginners only – afghan square not less than 12” x 12”
  22. Open — any crocheted item not already listed

 

CLASS 140: KNITTED WORK

PRIZE MONEY:            1st = $8.00; 2nd = $6.00; 3rd = $4.00

Sections: 8, 15, 18, & 21

Sample fabrics/yarns must be attached to each item, in bottom right hand corner.

Sections 2 & 3 – must not be larger than 48” x 60”

No ribbons or ties on baby items for judgingSECTION:

  1. Knitted doll’s dress
  2. Afghan knitted in one colour
  3. Afghan knitted in more than one colour
  4. Baby knitted blanket (min. circumference 128”)
  5. Baby’s knitted pant and top
  6. Baby’s knitted dress
  7. Baby’s knitted sweater and bonnet
  8. Girl’s vest – knitted or crocheted
  9. Child’s knitted cardigan up to size 6x
  10. Child’s pullover up to size 6x
  11. Child’s pullover – open
  12. Child’s toque and mitt set.
  13. Ladies knitted pullover14. Ladies knitted cardigan
  14. Man’s knitted socks – 1 pair
  15. Knitted doll’s dress – on doll
  16. Knitted stuffed animal
  17. 2 knitted dishcloths – 2 different designs

19         Open-any knitted work not previously listed in this class.

  1. Knitted tea cozy on tea pot
  2. Knitted purse/bag
  3. Beginners only – 16 to 19 yrs – any knitted article

 

With your permission, items in sections 4, 7, 9, 10, 11, 12 will be donated to Rose of Sharon. Please mark entry tag “To Be Donated”. Many thanks.

CLASS 141: SEWN WORK, HOUSEHOLD LINENS

PRIZE MONEY:            1st = $8.00; 2nd = $6.00; 3rd = $4.00

Sample fabrics/yarns must be attached to each item.SECTION:

  1. Shopping bag – sewn
  2. Dresser scarf – embroidered
  3. 1 pair pillowcases – cross-stitched
  4. 1 pair pillowcases – embroidered
  5. Open – Fair Theme
  6. Halloween costume
  7. Child’s sewn article of clothing
  8. Child’s sewn sleep wear
  9. Girl’s dress up to size 6x
  10. Flannel pajama pants
  11. Embroidered guest towel
  12. Set of 2 fabric place mats
  13. 2 fabric pot holders
  14. Fabric cushion not less than 16” x 16”
  15. Open – any article not mentioned above.

CLASS 142: MISCELLANEOUS

PRIZE MONEY:            1st = $8.00; 2nd = $6.00; 3rd = $4.00

Sample fabrics/yarns must be attached to each item.

 

SECTION:

  1. Counted cross-stitch – framed, back-finished
  2. Cross-stitch (not counted), framed, back-finished
  3. Crewel, framed, back-finished
  4. One item of felting
  5. Braided rug
  6. Hooked rug or wall hanging
  7. Open cross-stitch work
  8. Open – in Fair theme

CLASS 143: PRAYER/COMFORT SHAWL

Prayer shawls ideally are 5 feet long and 20-22 inches wide.

If a triangle, the horizontal points need to be 5 feet. Please use soft washable yarn in the pattern of your choice.

Shawls are given to anyone, hoping to receive comfort. Any questions you can reach out to Carol Lockie at 905-476-4445.

Please note Prayer shawls DO NOT require a fabric sample.

PRIZE MONEY:            1st = $25.00; 2nd = $15.00; 3rd = $10.00

SECTION:

  1. Knitted prayer shawl
  2. Crochet prayer shawl

CLASS 144: FOR PERSONS 65 OR OLDER

 

PRIZE MONEY:            1st = $8.00; 2nd = $6.00; 3rd = $4.00

Sample fabrics/yarns must be attached to each item.

 

SECTION:

  1. Pair child’s slippers
  2. Pair adult slippers
  3. Child’s knitted sweater
  4. Baby quilt – 36” x 46” approx
  5. Adult pullover – knitted
  6. Child’s knitted vest
  7. Afghan – knitted
  8. Afghan – crocheted
  9. Hat and mitt set – child’s
  10. Hanging towel for fridge – sewn or crocheted
  11. One pair adult socks
  12. Your choice of any needlework not previously mentioned in this class With your permission, items in sections 1, 3, 9 will be donated to Rose of Sharon. Please mark entry tag                                      “To Be Donated”. Many thanks.

CLASS 145: YOUTH (UP TO 16 YEARS OLD)

 

PRIZE MONEY:            1st = $10.00; 2nd = $5.00; 3rd = $3.00

 

SECTION:

  1. Knitted Item – open
  2. Crocheted Item – open
  3. Sewn Item

 

CLASSES 146 to 149: CHARITABLEAll entries to be sent as donations to places indicated. Many thanks. Due to the nature of these classes, more than one entry is allowed in class 146, 147, 148, 149. Please indicate the item to be judged.

CLASS 146: MITTEN TREE

PRIZE MONEY:            1st = $7.00; 2nd = $5.00; 3rd = $3.00 for local shelters

                                    Knitted mittens in either child or adult size.

CLASS 147: LITTLEST ANGEL

PRIZE MONEY:            1st = $10.00; 2nd = $7.00; 3rd = $5.00

All entries in Sections 1 & 2 will be donated on your behalf to Rose of Sharon. (see brochures)

SECTION:

Please note all work shall be without ties attached. Thank-you

  1. Hat and bootie set – knitted -size 3 to 6lbs. or size 5 to 8 lbs.
  2. Hat and bootie set – crocheted – size 3 to lbs. or size 5 to 8 lbs.

CLASS 148: PROJECT LINUS BABY BLANKETS

“Project Linus” is a nationwide 100% volunteer organization whose goal is to provide handmade blankets to children facing substantial distress or trauma in their lives.

 

 

PRIZE MONEY:            1st = $10.00; 2nd = $7.00; 3rd = $5.00

 

Knitted or crocheted blanket, any of the following sizes (approximate):

  1. Preemies – 15” x 24”
  2. Newborn – 25” x 36”
  3. Toddler – 36” x 45”
  4. Youth – 40” x 60”

 

Any pattern is acceptable with any child appropriate colour. Blankets must be washable. No wool, please.

**NOTE: Please ensure that you attach your name and address to each blanket so that the volunteers can be thanked.

 

CLASS 149: LAP AFGANS

Knitted or crocheted afghans for In-Patient Cancer Unit, South Lake Simcoe Regional Health Centre.

Your choice of size.

 

 

PRIZE MONEY:            1st = $10.00; 2nd = $7.00; 3rd = $5.00

 

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