Drayton Fair 2017 -
LEISURE ARTS & CRAFTS

CLASS FF

Director Helen Moffat 519-638-2493, Jean Brodhaecker 519-638-2291, Ann Whale, Donna Schieck, Connie Walker & Rachel Brodhaecker
 
Entries will be accepted Thursday August 10 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm & Friday August 11 8:30 am -11:00 am. 
Removal time is 3:30 PM Sunday August 13
NOTHING IS PERMITTED TO LEAVE THE BUILDING BEFORE THIS TIME.
ALL ARTICLES MUST BE MADE AND OWNED BY THE EXHIBITOR.
 

RULES: ALL QUILTS HAND QUILTED AND MACHINE QUILTED MUST HAVE A PERIMETER MEASUREMENT OF AT LEAST 324” (823 cm) FOR ALL CATEGORIES TO BE JUDGED FOR GRAND CHAMPION AND RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION, UNLESS STATED. All articles must be made and owned by the exhibitor. All articles shown for the previous two years are not eligible for a prize. All old, defaced or soiled work will be discarded in favour of up-to-date work. 

Please use safety pins, not straight pins for attaching entry tags. 
 
QUILTS AND BEDROOM
PRIZES:   1st $8.00, 2nd $5.00, 3rd $4.00
1. Quilt, cotton, hand quilted. Perimeter at least 324” (823cm).
2. Quilt using shades of one or two colours only, machine quilted. Perimeter at least 324” (823cm).
3. Quilt, exhibitor’s choice, hand quilted. Perimeter at least 324” (823cm).
4.  Quilt Row by Row pattern. Machine quilted, Perimeter at least 324" (823cm)  
5. Quilt, terditional pattern, named. Perimeter at least 324” (823cm).
6. Quilt, exhibitor’s choice, machine quilted. Perimeter at least 324” (823cm).
 
Grand Champion Quilt – Hand Quilted - Prize $15.00
Reserve Grand Champion Quilt – Hand Quilted - Prize $10.00
Grand Champion Quilt – Machine Quilted - Prize $15.00
Reserve Grand Champion Quilt – Machine Quilted - Prize $10.00
 
7. Duet Quilt, pieced, embroidered or appliquéd, top and binding done by one exhibitor and quilted by another party, (both parties must be named) top and binding to be judged only. Hand quilted.
8. Duet Quilt, pieced, embroidered or appliquéd, top and binding done by one exhibitor and quilted by another party, top and binding to be judged only. Machine quilted.
9. Quilt "Theme of the Fair", minimum size 36” x 40” (91.5 cm x 101.5cm), Machine quilted
10. Sample quilt block, pieced, embroidered, or appliquéd must be 12.5 inches x 12.5 inches (32cm) mounted and named.
11. Quilt top only (not quilted)
12. Quilt or comforter, tied.
13. An old quilt, made prior to 1950, quilted, not necessarily to be work         of the exhibitor. Attach a story to the quilt if available.
14. Machine quilted wall hanging, ready to hang, not less than 
      18” square (45 cm).
15. Crib quilt, child’s nursery design, (pre-printed fabric), hand quilted.
16. 
    a) Youth Design Quilt, suitable for a single bed under 314” perimeter              (823 cm). Hand quilted
     b)  Youth Design Quilt, suitable for a single bed under 314" preimeter (823cm) machine quilted

17. ENID WHALE SPECIAL:  
     Prizes 1st:$10.00   2nd $3.00  3rd $2.00
     Lap quilt for youth (must be bright and cheerful) minimum size 36”          x 40” (91.5 cm x 101.5cm), maximum size 45” x 60” 
     (112cm x 150cm).  

18. DEBBIE OXBY SPECIAL: Prizes 1 $8.00  2 $5.00  3 $2.00
        a.  nursery wall hanging, ready to hang approximately 45”X 54” 
           (114.5cm x 137cm). Hand quilted
        b.  Nursery wall hanging. Ready to hang. approximately 45 “X 54” 
           (114.5cm x 137cm). Machine quilted

19. Quilt Class Special - Sponsored by Peggy Nagle, Elora Ontario.
       Prize: An Edge to Edge Quilting design up to Queen Size.
       To a New Exhibitor with the most points in sections 1-16
 
 
LIVING ROOM
PRIZES: 1st $4.00, 2nd $3.00, 3rd $2.00
 
20. Afghan, knit, Minimum 45” X 60” (112cm x 150cm) or larger.
21. Afghan, crochet, minimum 45” x 60” (112cm x 150cm) or larger.
22. Afghan, made from squares or strips   - knit or crochet.
23. Lap Afghan, not more than 3’ x 4’ (90cm x 120cm).
24. Cushion, knit or crochet.
25. Cushion, practical, washable fabric.
26. Cushion, using panel, hand or machine quilted.
27. Cushion for a child’s room.
28. Scatter rug, any method.
29. Any article of counted cross stitch, not a picture, eg. pillow, finger           towel.
30. Hand quilted wall hanging, ready to hang.
31. Crochet doily, not more than 12” (30.5cm), mounted.
32. Crochet doily, more than 15” (38cm), mounted.
33. Any article using “Thanksgiving Theme”.
34. Candle mat, not bigger than 8” (20cm) across, hand or 
      machine quilted.
 
DINING ROOM AND KITCHEN
PRIZES: 1st $4.00, 2nd $3.00, 3rd $2.00
35.  Decorated picture frame
36.  Casserole carrier.
37. 2 pot holders, practical, different designs.
38. 2 pot holders, decorative, different designs.
39. Article made from terry towel and 1 knitted dish cloth.
40. Two place mats - Reversable. any theme.
41. Two place mats, quilted, any theme.
42. Table centerpiece, depicting theme of the fair.
43. Table runner, any theme, hand or machine quilted.
 
CLOTHING FOR THE FAMILY  
PRIZES: 1st $4.00, 2nd $3.00, 3rd $2.00
44. Bib style apron, men’s or ladies’.
45. Apron, any style, men’s or ladies’, depict theme of the fair.
46. Half apron.
47. Receiving blanket.
48. Child’s bib.
49. Poncho, any technique, sewn
50. Any nightwear or boxer shorts.
51. Something useful from something useless (fabric only).
52. Something useful from something useless 
(made from anything except fabric).
53. Article of clothing made from fleece.
54. Any article of pet wear, please include picture
55. Decorated sweatshirt- decoration only to count.
56. Child’s apron.
57. Child’s dress.
58. Any other excellent piece of work.
 
KNITTING 
PRIZES: 1st $4.00, 2nd $3.00, 3rd $.2.00
59. Ladies’ sweater.
60. Knitted cardigan
61. Sweater, pullover, adult.
62. Scarf, knit from specialty yarn. Eg. Boa, eyelash.
63. Sweater, adult or child, short sleeve or shell.
64. Infinity scarf, knit
65. Mitts, one pair, any style.
66. Poncho or prayer shawl.
67. Socks, one pair.
68. Hat, toque or cowl.
69. Baby shawl or carriage cover.
70. Baby outfit, two pieces (sweater and hat), newborn to one year displayed in a box.
71. Child’s sweater or cardigan.
72. Slippers, adult or youth, plain or decorated.
73. Any other knitted article.
 
CROCHETING
PRIZES: 1st $4.00, 2nd  $3.00, 3rd $2.00
74. Baby sweater, 6-18 months size.
75. Baby shawl or carriage cover.
76.  Crochet item of outerwear. Ex: hat or mitts
77. Crochet poncho or shawl.
78. Any other crochet item.
 
SENIOR CITIZENS (60 PLUS): No entry fee required if exhibitor is ONLY entering in Class FF Sections 79-85.
PRIZES:  1st $4.00, 2nd $3.00, 3rd $2.00
79. Knit article, e.g. adult sweater, shawl, large doily etc.
80. 
      A.  Knit article, e.g. mitts, socks, hat
      B.  Knit article e.g. dishcloth, hand towel etc.
81. Crochet item.
82. Article of woodworking.
83. Scrapbooking page, "theme of the fair”, at least three pictures, mounted.
84. Any article depicting theme of the fair.
85. Article from men’s or women’s favourite hobby, not listed above.
 
TALENT TABLE  
PRIZES: 1st $4.00, 2nd $3.00, 3rd $2.00
86. Any article handmade for your pet.
87. Stuffed animal, suitable for a child’s room, any material.
88. Stuffed bear, any medium, any size.
89. Article made from plastic canvas over 5 “.
90. Decoration for a bathroom.
91. Counted cross stitch picture, under 15” not including mat and frame.       Ready to hang
92. Homemade pincushion.
93. Decoration for an office.
94. Harvest decoration, homemade.
95. Memory   book page, scrapbooking, theme “Spring” at least 3                 pictures.
96. Memory book page, scrapbooking page, "Canada Day", at least 3                 pictures.
97. An article of homemade jewelry.
98. Any article of hand embroidery.
99. Yard or garden decoration.
100. Any article of bead work.
101. Decoration for a “Child’s Birthday”.
102. Decorated flower pot or jar - not Christmas theme.
103. 3 handmade articles, different techniques, for a bazaar displayed in         a box or container.
104. Handmade tote bag.
105. Penmanship. On a 8 ½” x 11”(21.5cm x 28cm) paper, 
NO PRINTING, use this verse:

“O Canada”
O Canada! Our home and native land!
True Patriot love in all they sons command.
With glowing hearts we see thee rise,
The True North strong and free!
From far and wide
O Canada, we stand on guard for thee.
O Canada, we stand on  guard for thee.
 
 
106.  Article made of wood, decorative.
107.  Woodworking article, may be a wooden pallet creation.
108.  Welcome door decoration, not a wreath.
109.  3 handmade greeting cards.
110.  Gift basket for a “Baby Shower” to include three handmade items.
111.  Have you completed an excellent piece of work, only to find there is         no section to show it in? Please enter here!
112.  Have you started an article which is not complete.  Enter your UFO          here!
 
ART   
PRIZES: 1st $4.00, 2nd $3.00, 3rd $2.00
Drawings and paintings should be framed for hanging.
113. Oil painting, any subject.
114. Acrylic painting, any subject.
115. Drawing or Sketch, any subject, in black and white.
116. Landscape painting.
117. Painting on wood, metal, or glass jar.
 
PHOTOGRAPHY - NO COMPUTER ENHANCEMENTS OR EFFECTS ARE PERMITTED
PRIZES: 1st $4.00, 2nd  $3.00, 3rd $2.00
Photos should be mounted and labeled on cardboard on firm backing.
118. Photography, 2 photos of farming activity.
119. Photography. 2 photos “Old Fashioned Transportation”.
120. Photography, 2 photos, must contain a Canadian flag
121. Photography, 1 photo, “Owner and Pet Look-a-like”.
122. Photography, 2 photos, “Jack Frost”.
123. Photography, 1 print, “Water feature”.
124. Photography, 2 photos, “Past Its Prime”.

125. DIANNE SCHIECK SPECIAL:  
Prizes 1st $5.00   2nd$3.00   3rd $2.00 - 
1 or more older photos of past fairs.

126.  MARG KIRBY SPECIAL
Prizes 1st $5.00   2nd$3.00   3rd $2.00 - 
2 photos of International Plowing Match
 
CHRISTMAS   
PRIZES: 1st $4.00, 2nd $3.00, 3rd $2.00
127. 1 pair of decorated candleholders.
128. Christmas theme in a jar, any size.
129. Christmas door decoration, inside or outdoor.
130. 3 Christmas tree ornaments, mounted in a box, different                         techniques.
131. Christmas sewing article, apron, placemat, runners etc.
132. Christmas bazaar item for under $15.00 made by exhibitor.
133. Christmas Gift Basket- using edible items- at least 5 items.
134. Christmas stocking, any medium.
135. Christmas centerpiece, not fabric.

136. QUILTER’S NINE PATCH SPECIAL
         $15.00 gift certificate for the most points in classes 1-16.

137. SPINRITE SPECIAL
        A box of yarn for the most points in classes 59- 78.

138. JEAN BRODHAECKER SPECIAL
         a. $10.00 to most points in classes 118- 124.
         b. $10 to runner up in points in classes 118 - 124 
             (cannot be same person as winner of a). 
       
139.  LEN’S MILL STORE SPECIAL:
          a. $15.00 gift certificate for the most points in classes 20 – 58.
          b. $15.00 gift certificate for the most points in classes 86 – 112.
          c. $15.00 gift certificate for the most points in classes 128 – 136.
          d. All exhibitors that have entered in the leisure crafts section will               have a chance to win a $15.00 gift certificate from Len’s Mill                   Store. A random draw will be done on Sunday August 7, 2016.

140. HOME CRAFT DIRECTORS SPECIAL: 
        Prizes 1st -$10.00 2nd $3.00 3rd $2.00 
        A homemade article that is at least 50% blue 
        (afghan, quilt, pillow etc.)

141. LADY FAIR DIRECTOR’S TROPHY
       DONATED BY DRAYTON HOMECRAFT DIRECTORS 
       for the most points in Horticulture, Roots and Vegetables, 
       Leisure Arts and Crafts, Culinary Crafts and Pickles and Preserves.            Open to residents of Mapleton Township. 
       Last year’s winner is not eligible.
 
GROUP DISPLAY
THEME: “150 Years Growing Forward"
PRIZES 1st $30.00   2nd $20.00   3rd  $10.00
 
Open to all organized groups e.g.  Institutes, churches, seniors, schools. Seven articles to be displayed, two accessories plus a backdrop and a table cover is allowed.  * Items are compulsory.

1.     *Old cookbook, must be Red and White
2.     Canadian Cup and Saucer
3.     Inkwell
4.     Article of Campbell soup memorabilia 
5.     * Plate of 5 butter
6.     Old handkerchief 
7.     Cake plate
8.     Old Valentine card
9.     *Red tablecloth
10.   Salt cellar
11.   Old toy (doll, truck, teddy etc.) must red and white
12.   *Arrangement of Red and White flowers.
 
 
 
 
 
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