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Online entries opening date TBA


ENTRY CLOSING DATE: Friday, July 26

EXHIBIT ARRIVAL DATE: Bring your exhibits on Wednesday, August 7 between 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Entries brought after this time cannot be judged.

ENTRY FEE: Sections A & B: $0.50 (Youth, People With Diverse Abilities)

Sections C, D, E: $1.00 (Open)

PRIZE MONEY: 1ST – $5, 2ND – $4, 3RD – $3

Rosettes: Best in Show, Honourable Mention, Most Points and Best in Category

SPECIAL AWARDS:

• Most Points in Sections C and D combined (Hand Knitting and Crochet): $25 Gift Certificate from Chilliwack Wool and Crafts)

• Most Points in Section E (Rug Hooking)

• Book Prizes for

     Section A: Youth and for Section B: People with Diverse Abilities

Please Note:

• Only one entry per class is permitted.

• You must present your claim tag to collect your exhibit and prize money which will be released Sunday, August 11 at 5 p.m. After Sunday, items will be available in the Fair Office 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. until Thursday, August 15. The office will not be staffed after this date. See instructions in Notice to Exhibitors.

• All work must be the work of the exhibitor.

• All work must be completed after August 2023.

• No article previously competing in a Chilliwack Fair class will be accepted.

• All exhibitors of valuable items must have proper insurance to cover any loss or damage. See Notice to Exhibitors.

• Youth are also encouraged to enter all open classes (not eligible for lower age class).

• Prizes awarded are at judge’s discretion.

SECTION A: YOUTH (Age 18 & under)

CLASSES:

1. Knitted article, please name item on entry form.

2. Crocheted article, please name item on entry form.

SECTION B: PEOPLE WITH DIVERSE ABILITIES

(Open to any person with neurodivergent, cognitive, or physical support needs)

CLASSES:

3. Knitted article

4. Crocheted article

SECTION C: HAND KNITTING (Open)

CLASSES:

5. Cardigan or pullover using garter/stocking stitch only, except for ribbing

6. Cardigan or pullover using carried yarn or intarsia colour work

7. Cardigan or pullover using fancy stitches (lace, cables, etc.)

8. Sleeveless Top or Vest

9. Baby sweater, any style

10. Baby or small child’s dress (up to size 4)

11. Baby blanket or shawl

12. Afghan or Blanket

13. Dish Cloth or Wash Cloth

14. Bag or Purse

15. Hat

16. Scarf or Cowl

17. Mittens or Gloves, with or without fingers

18. Socks

19. Slippers or slipper socks

20. Adult shawl/stole/Shawlette

21. Stuffed toy, any type

22. Doll’s clothes, one article or outfit

23. Any other article not listed above, Please name article on entry form

SECTION D: CROCHET (Open)

CLASSES:

24. Top with sleeves, adult, traditional crochet

25. Top with sleeves, adult, pieced squares or shapes

26. Top with sleeves, adult, mosaic stitch

27. Sleeveless Top or Vest, adult

28. Poncho or Jacket, adult

29. Baby sweater, any style

30. Toque

31. Scarf or Cowl

32. Mittens or Gloves, with or without fingers

33. Slippers or slipper socks

34. Shawl or stole, adult

35. Afghan, traditional crochet

36. Afghan, pieced circles or squares

37. Afghan, mosaic stitch

38. Any item using Tunisian stitch

39. Stuffed toy, softie or amigurami

40. Doll’s clothes, one article or outfit

41. Dish cloth or wash cloth

42. Bag or purse

43. Pillow cover

44. Wall hanging

45. Small crocheted article using #10 or higher thread (under 12 in./30 cm.) e.g. doily, ornament, etc.

46. Large crocheted article using #10 or higher thread (over 12 in./30 cm.)

47. Any article not listed above, Please name article on entry form.

SECTION E: TRADITIONAL RUG HOOKING (Open)

CLASSES:

48. Fine cut

49. Wide cut

50. Novice (beginner up to 2 yrs.), Fine cut

51. Novice (beginner up to 2 yrs.), Wide cut

52. Original design, not a bought canvas or kit

53. Novelties such as chair pad/cover, purse, tea cozy, etc. Please name novelty article on entry form