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CONVENOR: TBA

JUDGES: TBA

ENTRY FORM DEADLINE: Friday, July 23

EXHIBITOR’S ENTRY DATE: Wednesday, August 4 between 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Entries brought after this time cannot be judged.

ENTRY FEE: Sections A, B, C, and D: $.50

(Pre-Teen, Teen, Over 75 yrs. Young, Special People)

Sections E, F, G, H, I, and J: $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 (includes all sections): $25 Cash Award

• Most Points in Section E (Sewing): TBA

• Most Points in Sections F and G combined (Hand Knitting and Crochet): $25 Gift certificate from Chilliwack Wool and Crafts

• Most Points in Section H (Creative Stitchery): TBA

• Book Prizes for Section A (Pre-Teen): Most Points in Sewing (1-6) and 1st place in Knitting (12) Section B (Teen): Most Points in Sewing (14-19) and 1st place in Knitting (25)

CATEGORIES:

• Pre-Teen           • Teen             • Over 75 yrs. Young

• Special People   • Sewing          • Knitting

• Crochet             • Needlework • Special Division

• Seasonal/Special Occasion

• Traditional Rug Hooking

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 8 at 5 p.m. After Sunday, items will be available in the Fair Office 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. until Thursday, August 12. 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 2020.

• 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

• Pre-Teens and Teens are encouraged to enter all regular classes (not eligible for lower age class).

• Prizes awarded are at judge’s discretion.

SECTION A: PRE-TEEN (Age 12 & under)

CLASSES:

1. Machine sewn apron

2. Machine sewn garment – any size or type

3. Machine sewn craft project – stuffed animals or dolls

4. Machine sewn craft project – small accessory (hat, bag, purse, etc.)

5. Pillow case using 2 or more pieces of fabric

6. Any other sewn item not listed – Please name item on entry form.

7. Embroidered article – any style needlework (hand done)

8. Cross Stitch – any items

9. Plastic Canvas – any item

10. Framed needlework picture – any size

11. Latch hook article – any size

12. Knitted article – Please name item on entry form.

13. Crocheted article – Please name item on entry form.

SECTION B: TEEN (Ages 13-18)

CLASSES:

14. Machine sewn apron

15. Machine sewn garment – any size or type

16. Machine sewn craft project – stuffed animals or dolls

17. Machine sewn craft project – small accessory (hat, bag, purse, etc.)

18. Pillow case using 2 or more pieces of fabric

19. Any other sewn item not listed – Please name item on entry form.

20. Embroidered article – any style needlework (hand done)

21. Cross Stitch – any items

22. Plastic Canvas – any item

23. Framed needlework picture – any size

24. Latch hook article – any size

25. Knitted article – Please name item on entry form.

26. Crocheted article – Please name item on entry form.

SECTION C: Over 75 Yrs. Young

CLASSES:

27. Crocheted article

28. Knitted article

29. Hand embroidered article

30. Needlepoint or petit point article

31. Machine sewn article

32. Toy, any style

33. Any other needle art or textile craft not listed in Over 75 Yrs. Young category

SECTION D: SPECIAL PEOPLE (Open to any person with a mental or physical disability)

CLASSES:

34. Machine sewn, any article

35. Quilting, any article

36. Embroidery/cross stitch – any article

37. Plastic canvas – any item, any size

38. Knitted Article

39. Crocheted Article

40. Latch hooked article – any size

SECTION E: SEWING (Open)

CLASSES:

41. Baby/toddler garment (up to size 2 yrs.)

42. Dress for adult or child

43. Shirt or blouse for adult or child

44. Skirt with waistband and zipper for adult or child

45. Pants or jeans with waistband and zipper for adult or child

46. Sleepwear or loungewear for adult or child

47. Lingerie for adult

48. Swimsuit for adult or child

49. Kitchen apron highlighting the theme of the fair:

STIRRUP SOME FUN!

50. Retro style apron

51. Special occasion dress (wedding, prom/ graduation, christening, etc.)

52. Craft project – purse or tote bag

53. Craft project – set of 2 placemats or potholders/ oven mitts

54. Craft project – any holiday, seasonal or special occasion article – Please name article on entry form.

55. Craft project – doll clothes – one outfit, any style

56. Craft project – stuffed toy farm animal or pet: cow, pig, rabbit, dog, cat, etc.

57. Craft project – toy, any type

58. Recycled article – major style change, a photograph or written description of the major style change MUST be attached to the article

59. Any other article not listed above – Please name article on form.

SECTION F: HAND KNITTING (Open)

CLASSES:

60. Adult cardigan or pullover using garter/stocking stitch only, except for ribbing

61. Adult cardigan or pullover using carried yarn or intarsia colour work

62. Adult cardigan or pullover using fancy stitches (lace, cables, etc.)

63. Child’s cardigan or pullover using garter stocking stitch only, except for ribbing

64. Child’s cardigan or pullover using carried yarn or intarsia colour work

65. Child’s cardigan or pullover using fancy stitches (lace, cables, etc.)

66. Baby sweater – any style

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

68. Baby blanket or shawl

69. Child’s hat and scarf or mittens set

70. Adult’s hat and scarf or cowl set

71. Gloves – with or without fingers

72. Socks

73. Slippers or slipper socks

75. Adult shawl/stole/shawlette

76. Stuffed farm animal or pet – cow, pig, rabbit, dog, cat, etc.

77. Stuffed toy – doll, truck, etc.

78. Doll clothes – one outfit, any style

79. Holiday, seasonal or special occasion – any article

Please name article on entry form.

80. Any other article not listed above – Please name article on entry form.

SECTION G: CROCHET (Open)

CLASSES:

81. Adult cardigan or pullover – any style

82. Child’s cardigan or pullover – any style

83. Baby sweater – any style

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

85. Baby blanket or shawl

86. Child’s hat and scarf or mittens set

87. Adult’s hat and scarf or cowl set

88. Gloves – with or without fingers

89. Socks

90. Slippers or slipper socks

91. Adult shawl/stole/shawlette

92. Afghan – pieced circles or squares

93. Afghan – rows

94. Stuffed farm animal or pet – cow, pig, rabbit, dog, cat, etc.

95. Stuffed toy – doll, truck, etc.

96. Doll clothes – one outfit, any style

97. Holiday, seasonal, or special occasion – any article – Please name article on entry form.

98. Small crocheted article using #10 or higher thread (under 12 in./30 cm.)

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

100. Any article not listed above – Please name article on entry form.

SECTION H: CREATIVE STITICHERY (Open)

CANVAS WORK (Stitches worked on a canvas)

101. Petit Point article – any size

102. Needlepoint article using a variety of stitches – any size

103. Holiday, seasonal or special occasion – any article using a canvas work technique – Please name article on entry form.

COUNTED THREAD (Stitches worked on linen, even weave or Aida)

104. Counted cross-stitch on Aida completed as a wall hanging or framed picture, with a worked area less than 80 sq. in. (8×10)

105. Counted cross-stitch on Aida completed as a wall hanging or framed picture, with a worked area more than 80 sq. in. (8×10)

106. Counted cross-stitch on linen or evenweave fabric completed as a wall hanging or framed picture, with a worked area less than 80 sq. in. (8×10)

107. Counted cross-stitch on linen or evenweave fabric completed as a wall hanging or framed picture, with a worked area more than 80 sq. in. (8×10)

108. Counted cross-stitch, any other article not listed above – Please name article on entry form.

109. Hardanger article – any size – Please name article on entry form.

110. Holiday, seasonal or special occasion – any article using a counted thread technique and medium – Please name article on entry form.

EMBROIDERY (Decorative stitches on fabric)

111. Hand embroidery (not counted thread), any size – Please name article on entry form.

112. Crewel embroidery using wool – any article – Please name article on entry form.

113. Cutwork embroidery – any article – Please name article on entry form.

114. Any other embroidery technique not listed above (such as stumpwork, pulled thread, etc.) – any article – Please name technique and article on entry form.

115. Holiday, seasonal or special occasion – any article using an embroidery technique – Please name article on entry form.

SPECIAL CREATIVE STITCHERY PROJECTS

116. Any creative stitchery article using silk or metallic threads as embellishments – Please name article on entry form.

117. Combination of 2 or more creative stitchery techniques – any article – Please name article and techniques used on entry form.

118. Work in Progress – any unfinished creative stitchery article with an explanation as to why it is not finished! This article will be judged on the quality of the work and originality of excuses! Please note that the article, name of creator and story will be displayed.

SECTION I: SPECIAL DIVISION (Open)

CLASSES:

119. Beaded article created by needle/hook, not jewelry. Jewelry must be entered in Dept. Q – Hobbies – Please name article on entry form.

120. Bead embellishment on garment or home décor items using needle/hook. Beadwork only to be judged – Please name article on entry form.

121. Any tatted article – Please name article on entry form.

122. Collection of 3 or more decorative items made by using one of the Needle Arts methods – Please name collection and method used on entry form.

123. Latch hook wall hanging or pillow – any size

124. Latch hook rug – any size

125. Plastic canvas work – any article – Please name article on entry form.

SECTION J: TRADITIONAL RUG HOOKING (Open)

CLASSES:

127. Fine Cut

128. Wide Cut

129. Novice (beginner up to 2 yrs.) – Fine Cut

130. Novice (beginner up to 2 yrs.) – Wide Cut

131. Original design – not a bought canvas or kit

132. Novelties such as chairpad/cover, purse, tea cozy, etc. – Please name novelty article on entry form.