Get Your Craft on in 2017! | Craft List Now Available

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SECTION 14 – CRAFTS
All new exhibitors first year membership FREE!

Directors/Associate Directors: Tami Ross 519-338-3917, E. Ross, C. Kuipers, B. Simpson, B. Small,
J. Scholten, S, Burt, B. Wade, A. Bieman.

ALL ENTRIES MUST BE THE HANDCRAFTED WORK OF THE EXHIBITOR
2017 Theme: Century And a’Half of Rural Life

RULES: General rules and regulations for exhibitors is printed near the front of this book. Homecraft Division rules are printed prior to Section 10 of this book.
Only new and up to date work judged, and the entry must be the handy work of the named exhibitor. Please properly secure tag to the item-if multiple items are requested for the same class, each item must have a secure tag with identifying letters, symbols or colour to group them.
Example, A, B, C, or 1, 2, 3, or 3 stars etc. Children are encouraged to enter the children’s section however if they enter the craft section they are required to register and pay $ 5 membership fee at the office and their work will be judged against other adult entries.

Prizes: 1st – $4.50, 2nd – $3.50, 3rd – $2.50, 4th – $1.50
If a class has 11 entries or more, it may be split and awarded 2 first, 2 seconds, etc.

New this year, catergory titles with class description to follow, all classes following a title are subject to that theme until the next title.

CLASS

Classics

1.Cross stitch
2.Rug Hooking
3.Embroidery
4.Hot pot pad/ trivet
5.craft that is fair theme related

Seasonal

6.New Years Eve
7.
Valentines
8.
St. Patricks’s Day
9.
Easter
10.
 Summer/Beach
11.
Thanksgiving
12.
Remembrance Day

Wedding

13.Favour
14.Corsage
15.Decorated wine glass
16.Bridal Shower gift
17.handmade wedding invitation

Scrapbooking

18.Summer
19.Wedding
20.Birthday
21.Sport
22.Rural Life

Canada Day

23.Penmanship:  Write out the lyrics of “Oh Canada” on unlined paper – any version
24.
Centerpiece with lights
25.
Canada Theme Garland
26.
Craft-”What Canada means to you.”  Example:  Hockey craft, beaver, province, etc
27.Red/White
28.
Canada Day in a jar

Halloween

29.Ghost
30.Witch under 12”
31.Pumpkin
32.Halloween costume for a child
33.
Skeleton
34.
Table top decoration
35.
Orange/black
36.
Decoration with lights
37.
Door decoration
38.
Decorated treat bag to hand out

Christmas

39.Tree skirt
40.
Stocking
41.
Snowflake
42.
Pine cone
43.
Gingerbread
44.
Angel
45.
Ornament
46.
Advent calender
47.
Poinsettia
48.
Recycle old Christmas cards

Art

49.Painting/folk art on any material
50.
pencil, charcoal, or marker etc picture
51.
Adult colouring page – mounted or framed
52.
Painting on canvas – class painting or your own

This and That

53.Burlap project
54.
Book mark
55.
Barn board
56.
Bazaar item
57.
Shopping bag
58.
Thank you gift for baby sitter
59.
Fairy garden in a container
60.
Baby gift
61.
Craft including an initial(s)
62.
Sports
63.
Mentor a child – invite a child to make a craft with you to enter in the fair

Specials to be confirmed later and list is subject to change