2022 NEEDLECRAFT     CLASS 29

CONVENOR: DEANNA DOVE                                          647-207-6390

 

RULES
1 All exhibits must be handmade and the work of Exhibitor.
2 All needlework must include a swatch of fabric, yarn or floss used in the entry. IF NOT INCLUDED, ITEM WILL BE DISQUALIFIED.
3 All articles may be shown only twice before being disqualified.
4 Judge’s decision is final.
5 Judges will be instructed by the Directors to disqualify all soiled, defaced or old work.
6 In case of no competition, the prize will be withheld unless the exhibit is worthy.
7 New Exhibitor or anyone who did not show in Class 29 in 2018 or 2019 mark “New Exhibitor” on the front of entry tag.
8 All other rules or Homecraft Division will apply

SECTION – SEWING
PRIZES FOR SECTION 1-37: 1ST: $5.00, 2ND: $4.00, 3RD: $3.00
ATTACH A SWATCH OF FABRIC, UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED IN THIS SECTION.
1 Sleepwear
2 Quilted cushion
3 Ladies small purse
4 Jacket, any technique
5 Dress
6 Vest – men’s, ladies or child’s
7 Barbie Doll Dress in outfit, any medium
8 SPECIAL – Exhibitor with most points, section 1-7 Prize: $15.00

SECTION – CROCHET/KNITTING
REMEMBER TO INCLUDE A SWATCH OF FABRIC, YARN OR FLOSS USED IN THE ENTRY, PLUS A LABEL FROM THE YARN OR FLOSS USED.
9 Headgear and mitts, or scarf and mitts
10 Child’s sweater, size 6 years or under
11 Child’s sweater, 6 years to 12 years
12 Baby’s sweater and bonnet set
13 Cape, adult size
14 Adult cardigan
15 Slippers – child, ladie’s or men’s
16 Baby’s blanket (no buttons or ribbons)
17 Doily, up to 12”, mounted
18 Pet Apparel
19 Tablecloth, any size
20 Knitted or crocheted dishcloth
21 Tea cozy displayed on a tea pot
22 Crocheted Afghan, approx 48” x 68”
23 SPECIAL – Exhibitor with most points, Sections 9-22. Prize: $15.00.

SECTION – MISCELLANEOUS
24 Embroidered pillowcases, one pair
25 One quilt block, named and mounted
26 Apron
27 Article of counted cross-stitch, not a picture
28 Counted cross stitch picture
29 One pair of Guest Towels with counted Cross-Stitch design
30 Shopping Bag
31 Cushion, any technique, not quilted
32 Casserole Carrier with Dish
33 Quilted Table runner – Hand Quilted
34 Quilted table runner – Machine Quilted, No Long Arm
35 Quilted wallhanging, with hanging sleeve
36 Wallhanging, any technique, no quilted material used
37 Any item of Pet Apparel, Not Knitted or Crocheted
38 SPECIAL – Exhibitor with the most points, Section 24-37. Prize: $15.00

SECTION –QUILTING
RULES
1 All quilts must be double bed size, at least 72” x 90”, unless otherwise stated.
2 All quilts must be hand-quilted, unless otherwise specified.
3 If possible, label quilt with name of design for spectator benefit.
4 Remember: Quilts must include some swatches of fabric used in your entry

 

PRIZES FOR SECTIONS 39-48: 1ST: $10.00. 2ndND: $8.00. 3RD: $6.00

 

  1. Lap Quilt 36 * 45
  2. My First Quilt
  3. Quilt Top Only
  4. Quilt, Appliquéd By Hand, Min. Of 72” X 90”
  5. Bed Quilt, Pieced, Machine Quilted – Min. 72” X 90”
  6. Crib Quilt,
  7. Any Other Quilted Item
  8. Bed Quilt, Machine Quilted, Min. Of 72” X 90”
  9. Quilted Wall Hanging With Sleeve, Own Design, Any Size And Technique.
  10. Minature Quilt
  11. Special “Judith Smith Memorial Grand Champion Quilt” Best Quilt From Section 36-39
  12. Reserve Champion Quilt Sections 36-39 $25.00 Gc Bee Sew Busy Rosette
  13. New Exhibitor (Anyone Who Did Not Show In Class Xxix In 2018 Or 2019) With The Most Points
  14. Exhibitor With Most Points In Class 29 Prize: Tottenham Pharmasave $10 Gift Card, Donated By The Beeton Agricultural Society.

 

MACHINE QUILTED COMPETITION

Rules:

  1. Please review the General Competition Rules document.
  2. The quilt 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.

  1. Quilts to be measured on the perimeter. Total perimeter measurement to be a minimum of 324 inches. Note the quilt can be square, rectangular etc. All 4 sides must be measured to determine the perimeter measurement.
  2. The quilting must be through all 3 layers (top, batting and back) and not be mounted on a frame. The quilt may have a sleeve attached to the back for the purpose of hanging the quilt.
  3. The winning OAAS Machine Quilt will not be eligible to compete in any future OAAS fair, district and/or provincial competitions.
  4. It is the exhibitor’s responsibility to give credit to the original designer of the quilt pattern based on copyright rules.
  5. The use of domestic, mid arm and/or long arm equipment is permitted on hand or computer guided machine quilt entries.

 

District Competition

  1. Each local fair is entitled to send their best of show of all eligible machine quilts to the district competition.
  2. If the fair’s best of show machine quilt classes has won at more than one fair, the exhibitor must consider their own agricultural society as the one from which the quilt will be sent to the district meeting, otherwise it should be sent from the agricultural society nearest his/her home address. The other fairs at which this quilt was entered and won, may enter their second best of show machine quilt in the district competition.
  3. An exhibitor who wins more than one best of show title with different machine quilts at different fairs is entitled to enter each winning quilt in the district competition.
  4. If an exhibitor is exhibiting in more than one district, they are entitled to enter different winning quilts at different district competitions but cannot enter the same quilt at more than one district competition.
  5. The OAAS will award a ribbon to exhibitors of winning machine quilts at each district competition.
  6. A photo of the top three placed machine quilts at the district competition must accompany the “OAAS Championship Quilt Entry Form”

 

Provincial Competition

  1. All quilts entered in the competition must be machine quilted.

 

  1. A $500.00 GRAND PRIZE and rosette will be awarded. The exhibitor will retain ownership of the quilt.
  2. A $100 RESERVE GRAND PRIZE will be awarded. The exhibitor will retain ownership of the quilt.

 

Judging Standards

25 General Appearance & Design

20 Colour & Materials

55 Workmanship

30 Quilting

10 Borders

15 Binding and Picots

 

 

 HAND QUILTED COMPETITION

Rules:

  1. Please review the General Competition Rules document.
  2. The quilt must be solely made, and hand quilted by the exhibitor and exhibited and judged at a local Ontario Association of

Agricultural Societies (OAAS) fair to be eligible for this competition.

  1. Quilts to be measured on the perimeter. Total perimeter measurement to be a minimum of 324 inches. Note the quilt can be square, rectangular etc. All 4 sides must be measured to determine the perimeter measurement.
  2. The quilting must be through all 3 layers (top, batting and back) and not be mounted on a frame. The quilt may have a sleeve attached to the back for the purpose of hanging the quilt.
  3. The winning OAAS Hand Quilt will not be eligible to compete in any future OAAS fair, district and/or provincial competitions.
  4. It is the exhibitor’s responsibility to give credit to the original designer of the quilt pattern based on copyright rules.

 

District Competition

  1. Each local fair is entitled to send their best of show of all eligible hand quilts to the district competition.
  2. If the fair’s best of show hand quilt has won at more than one fair, the exhibitor must consider their own agricultural society as the one from which the quilt will be sent to the district meeting, otherwise it should be sent from the agricultural society nearest his/her home address. The other fairs at which this quilt was entered and won, may enter their second best of show hand quilt into the district competition.
  3. An exhibitor who wins more than one best of show title with different hand quilts at different fairs is entitled to enter each winning quilt in the district competition.
  4. If an exhibitor is exhibiting in more than one district, they are entitled to enter different winning quilts at different district competitions but cannot enter the same quilt at more than one district competition.
  5. The OAAS will award a ribbon to exhibitors of winning hand quilts at each district competition.
  6. A photo of the top three placed hand quilts at the district competition must accompany the “OAAS Championship Quilt Entry Form”

 

Provincial Competition

  1. A $500.00 GRAND PRIZE and rosette will be awarded. The exhibitor will retain ownership of the quilt.
  2. A $100 RESERVE GRAND PRIZE will be awarded. The exhibitor will retain ownership of the quilt.

 

Judging Standards

25 General Appearance & Design

20 Colour & Materials

55 Workmanship

30 Quilting

10 Borders

15 Binding and Picots