HOMECRAFT DEPARTMENT

NOTES:

  • Entries can be made online at: https://www.assistexpo.ca/lindsayex
  • Entry forms must be received by Friday September 8th, 2017
  • When making entries use 4 digits - first 2 are DIVISION number, second 2 are CLASS number

Important Dates for Exhibitors...

~ ENTRY TAGS READY FOR PICKUP - Friday September 15th, 2017
~ BRINGING EXHIBITS - Homecraft exhibits to be delivered to The Commonwell Exhibition Building on Monday September 18th between 9 AM & 8 PM - **Judging begins Tuesday morning
~ REMOVING EXHIBITS - exhibits may be pickup on
Monday September 25th ~ 10 AM to 7 PM - Exhibit identification card required for pickup - **perishable items not picked up on Monday will be discarded without notification to the exhibitor


COMMITTEE:

CHAIRPERSON: Suzanne Barker ~ 705-799-1319
Jody Clements, Elma Corley, Barb Francis, Judy Harris, Karen Heaslip, Megan Jenkins, Betty Lester, MaryLou Smith, Barb Maschke

SECTION CHAIRPERSONS:

CANNING & PRESERVING - Barbara Quibell ~ 705-324-8764
HANDICRAFTS - Patty Tolmie ~ 705-328-3972
BAKING - Margaret Huitson & May Thayer ~ 705-786-2917, 705-324-4467
QUILTS & RUGS - Valerie Markle ~ 705-324-6144
ART & PHOTOGRAPHY - Pat Presley ~ 705-887-5794
CLOTHING - Melissa O'Neill ~ 705-799-1319
MANORS & SPECIAL NEEDS - Eleanor Mahood & Patty Tolmie ~ 705-799-5898, 705-328-3972

JUDGES:

BAKING ~ Doris Buttar
QUILTS & RUGS ~ Annette Challice
PRESERVES ~ Isabel Lee
SHOP CRAFTS ~ Jim Saigeon
CLOTHING ~ Kathy Hewitt
ART ~ Chris Mann
HANDICRAFTS ~ Norene Crosier
PHOTOGRAPHY ~ Mark Ridout
MANORS & SPECIAL NEEDS ~ Doris Buttar & Norene Crosier

RULES & REGULATIONS:

1. EXHIBITOR: Each Exhibitor must pay a $10.00 administration fee. Administration fee must accompany all entry forms except in: Special Needs (9001 - 9028), Manor (9101- 9158) and Youth (8016 - 8033) classes.

2. ENTRY CLOSING DATE: Closing date for Homecraft entry forms is 5 PM FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 8th, 2017. Entry forms received after this time will be charged AN ADDITIONAL LATE FEE OF $5.00. ABSOLUTELY NO ENTRY FORMS WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER 5 PM, FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 15th, 2017.

3. ENTRIES ALLOWED: Exhibitors may make “ONE ENTRY” only and receive “ONE PRIZE” only in each class.

4. TAGS: Entry tags for those whose entry forms are received by the regular closing date (Friday September 8th) will be ready for pick up at the Exhibition Office after 9 AM Friday September 15th. Those who have paid a late fee will be advised when their entry tags will be available. Tags may not be picked up at the time of bringing in entry forms.
** Tags must be attached to the exhibit with flap closed before leaving exhibit in the Exhibition building.
Tags do not need to be signed.
** ENTRY TAGS MUST NOT BE ALTERED OR CHANGED BY THE EXHIBITOR. ARTICLES WITH ALTERED TAGS WILL BE DISQUALIFIED AND NOT JUDGED.
The LINDSAY EXHIBITION RESERVES THE RIGHT TO OPEN ALL ENTRY TAGS AFTER JUDGING HAS BEEN COMPLETED.

5. BRINGING EXHIBITS: Exhibits should be brought to The Commonwell Exhibition Building between 9 AM and 8 PM on Monday September 18th, 2017. Judging will begin Tuesday September 19th, 2017 at 10 AM.

MANORS & SPECIAL NEEDS entries must be in place by 2 PM on Monday September 18th, 2017.

6. PICKING UP EXHIBITS: Exhibitors must present their Exhibitor Card to claim their articles. Exhibits may not be removed until Monday September 25th after 10 AM ~ building will be open until 7 PM.

7. NEW EXHIBITS ONLY, excluding quilts. All items entered for competition must be NEW work, made by the exhibitor and completed since September 2016, this rule applies to all Homecraft classes, except quilts, and will be strictly enforced. Items shown in previous years will be disqualified.

8. All articles for competition must be strictly the production of the person making the entry, unless otherwise stated, and may not be sold in the exhibit hall. Articles must not have any identifying name or label on them.

9. Articles soiled, defaced by wear or having unpleasant odour are not eligible for competition.

10. ABSENCE OF COMPETITION: In the absence of competition in any section or if articles exhibited are of inferior quality, the judge will award only such premiums as they deem the exhibits merit. The judges are particularly requested to conform to this regulation.

11. FRAUD: Upon the discovery of any fraud, deception or dishonest practice, either in the preparation, ownership or any fraudulent representation concerning any article exhibited, the Committee shall have the power to withhold the payment of any or all the premiums awarded to the Exhibitor proven to be guilty of such an offense.

12. RESPONSIBILITY: While the Committee members will take every possible precaution under the circumstances to ensure the safety of articles sent to the Exhibition, the owners themselves must take the risk of exhibiting and should any article be accidentally damaged, lost or stolen, the Committee members will give all the assistance in their power towards its discovery, but no payment for the value thereof will be made.

13. NO “FOR SALE”: No advertising or signs will be allowed on exhibits. Exhibits are not to be sold at or during the fair in the exhibit hall.

14. The Homecraft Committee reserves the right to interpret their own rules and regulations.

15. Article means one item as specified.

16. The Commonwell Exhibition Building will be open Monday September 25th from 10 AM until 7 PM for exhibit pickup.
Please bring EXHIBITOR CARD when picking up exhibits.

17. Perishable articles not picked up on MONDAY SEPTEMBER 25th will be discarded without notification to the exhibitor.

18. "Size” where specified is important - please read rules carefully.

19. Individuals who sponsor a ‘Special’ class in the Homecraft Division will not be eligible to enter in that particular class. This pertains to all Homecraft special classes.

20. PREMIUMS: Premiums won will be paid by cheque and mailed soon after the Fair. Cheques MUST be cashed by MARCH 1st, 2018.

Premiums of $20 or less will not be mailed but may be picked up at the LEX Office after October 18th, 2017 and MUST be picked up by November 30th, 2017.


CELEBRATING CANADA'S 150th BIRTHDAY

SPECIALS - DIVISION 79

Classes 1 & 2 are to be judged on creativity, design, craftsmanship, usability and difficulty.

Classes:

1. Any Article made from Fabric    

~ must include fabric swatches for judging

Prizes: 1st: $150 gift certificate, 2nd: $100 gift certificate, 3rd: $50 gift certificate

Voucher: Sandra Falconer, Gift Certificates - $150, $100, $50

2. Any Knitted article made from Wool    

~ must include yarn wrappers for judging

Prizes: 1st: $150 gift certificate, 2nd: $75 gift certificate, 3rd: $50 gift certificate

Voucher: Heather Breadner, Gift Certificates

3. One Photograph depicting Canada's 150th    Prizes: 1st: $50, 2nd: $25, others: $0

Sponsorship: $75.00, Evelyn Chambers

YOUTH CLASSES ~ DIVISION 80

~ No administration fee ~ use Homecraft entry form ~ obtain entry tags (pre-printed) from the Fair office with exhibitor number ~ deliver exhibits to Homecraft area (not Junior Arts area)

Prizes: 1st: $8, 2nd: $6, 3rd: $4, others: $0

Classes:

16. Sewn Article - 1 piece, Youth Exhibitor 8 - 12 years of age    

Sponsorship: $100.00, Evelyn & Ross Chambers - in Memory of YVONNE CHAMBERS, IN MEMORY OF YVONNE CHAMBERS

17. Sewn Article - 2 pieces, Youth Exhibitor 8 - 12 years of Age    

Sponsorship: Evelyn & Ross Chambers - in Memory of YVONNE CHAMBERS

18. Sewn Article - 1 piece other than clothing, Youth Exhibitor 8 - 12 years of age    

Sponsorship: Evelyn & Ross Chambers - in Memory of YVONNE CHAMBERS

19. Quilted Article - hand quilted, Youth Exhibitor 8 - 12 years of age    

Sponsorship: Evelyn & Ross Chambers - in Memory of YVONNE CHAMBERS

20. Quilted Article - machine quilted, Youth Exhibitor 8 - 12 years of age    

Sponsorship: Evelyn & Ross Chambers - in Memory of YVONNE CHAMBERS

21. Knitted Article - Youth Exhibitor 8 - 12 years of age    

Sponsorship: Evelyn & Ross Chambers - in Memory of YVONNE CHAMBERS

22. Crocheted Article - Youth Exhibitor 8 - 12 years of age    

Sponsorship: Evelyn & Ross Chambers - in Memory of YVONNE CHAMBERS

23. Scrapbooking Page, Youth Exhibitor 8 - 12 years of age    

Sponsorship: Evelyn & Ross Chambers - in Memory of YVONNE CHAMBERS

24. Apple Pie - 4" wedge, Youth Exhibitor 8 - 12 years of age    

Sponsorship: Evelyn & Ross Chambers - in Memory of YVONNE CHAMBERS

25. Sewn Article - 1 piece, Youth Exhibitor 13 to 16 years of age    

Sponsorship: $150.00, Kawartha Junior Farmers'

26. Sewn Article - 2 pieces, Youth Exhibitor 13 to 16 years of age    

Sponsorship: Kawartha Junior Farmers'

27. Sewn Article - 1 piece - other than clothing, Youth Exhibitor 13 to 16 of age    

Sponsorship: Kawartha Junior Farmers'

28. Quilted Article - hand quilted, Youth Exhibitor 13 to 16 of age    

Sponsorship: Kawartha Junior Farmers'

29. Quilted Article - machine quilted, Youth Exhibitor 13 to 16 of age    

Sponsorship: Kawartha Junior Farmers'

30. Knitted Article - Youth Exhibitor 13 to 16 of age    

Sponsorship: Kawartha Junior Farmers'

31. Crocheted Article - Youth Exhibitor 13 to 16 of age    

Sponsorship: Kawartha Junior Farmers'

32. Scrapbooking Page, Youth Exhibitor 13 to 16 of age    

Sponsorship: Kawartha Junior Farmers'

33. Apple Pie - 4" wedge, Youth Exhibitor 13 to 16 of age    

Sponsorship: Kawartha Junior Farmers'

 

 

HOME BAKING SPECIALS ~ DIVISION 81

Please read rules and regulations carefully. All breads to be in plastic bags on a suitable paper plate. All loaves and cakes should be on foil covered cardboard, no larger than the baked item. All foods are to be covered with clear plastic bags where possible (no plastic wrap) and exhibited on a small paper plate. Entry tag to be stapled to the plate, but not through the plastic.
**New foil pie plates need to be tempered in a 400 F oven for 15 minutes before using in order for bottom crust to cook.

Prizes: 1st: $12, 2nd: $8, 3rd: $5, others: $0

Classes:

1. Homemaker's Special - 3 tarts (your choice), 3 tea biscuits, 1 small jar of jam    Prizes: 1st: $50, 2nd: $30, 3rd: $20, others: $0

~ suitably displayed in bun basket no larger than 9"

Sponsorship: $100.00, Jody Clements

2. Raisin Pie    Prizes: 1st: $50, 2nd: $30, 3rd: $20, others: $0

~ top 3 pies to become property of the sponsor

Sponsorship: $100.00, Margaret Huitson

3. Raspberry Pie    Prizes: 1st: $50, 2nd: $30, 3rd: $20, others: $0

~ top 3 pies to become property of the sponsor

Sponsorship: $100.00, Barb Francis

4. Chocolate Layer Cake - 6" square, iced on top and all sides    Prizes: 1st: $50, 2nd: $30, 3rd: $20, others: $0

~ top 3 cakes to become property of the sponsor

Sponsorship: $100.00, Jane Durward

5. Chelsea Buns - 4-6    Prizes: 1st: $50, 2nd: $30, 3rd: $20, others: $0

~ top 3 buns to become property of the sponsor

Sponsorship: $100.00, Barbara Maschke

6. Oatmeal Cookies - 3, on small plate    

Sponsorship: $40.00, Olive Brokenshire

7. Apple Pie - 2 crusts, plain    

Sponsorship: $25.00, Eleanor Mahood

8. Butter Tarts - 3, with fruit    

Sponsorship: $25.00, Johanna Valenteyn

9. Shortbread Cookies - 3, on small plate, made with butter    

Sponsorship: $25.00, Betty Lester

10. Chocolate Chip Muffins - 3    

Sponsorship: $25.00, Andy Letham

 

 

HOME BAKING - DIVISION 82

Prizes: 1st: $8, 2nd: $6, 3rd: $4, others: $0

Classes:

1. Butter Tarts - 5, full size, plain    

Winner will be eligible to compete at the District level in October.

2. Lemon Loaf - use small loaf pan    

3. Whole Wheat Bread - machine    

4. White Bread - machine    

5. Homemade Bread - white    

6. Homemade Rolls - 3    

7. Tea Biscuits - 3, unglazed, plain    

8. Banana Loaf - use SMALL loaf pan    

9. Pumpkin Loaf - use SMALL loaf pan    

10. Zucchini Loaf - use SMALL loaf pan    

11. Date Loaf - use SMALL loaf pan    

12. Bran Muffins - 3, with dates or raisins    

~ no paper liners

13. Zucchini Muffins - 3    

~ no paper liners

14. Carrot Cake - iced, approximately 8"    

15. Cupcakes - 3, any variety, iced    

16. Tarts - 3, any variety, all the same, named    

17. Squares - 3, baked, same variety    

18. Squares - 3, unbaked, same variety    

19. Brownies - 3    

20. Cookies - 3 each of 3 varieties    

21. Cookies - 3, peanut butter    

22. Banana Cake - iced, not a commercial mix, approximately 8"    

23. Light Cake - iced, not a commercial mix, approximately 8"    

~ decorated for CANADA'S 150th

24. Chocolate Fudge - 3 pieces, cooked    

25. Maple Cream - 3 pieces    

26. Open - Candy - 3 pieces, named, other than above    

Honey Special    

Prize: Pail of honey

Exhibitor with the most points in the Honey Baking classes (36-39) will be awarded a pail of honey kindly donated by
JOE VALAS HONEY

36. Honey Oatmeal Cookies - 3, using recipe below    

Prizes: 1st: 2kg honey, 2nd: 1 kg honey, 3rd: 500 gm honey, 4th: 375 gm 'Honey Bear'

Award: Joe Valas, Honey

1 cup honey 1/2 tsp salt
1/2 cup shortening 1 2/3 cups rolled oats
1 egg, beaten 4 Tbsp sour milk or buttermilk
1 1/2 cups sifted flour 1 cup raisins
1/2 tsp baking soda

In a large bowl cream together honey and shortening. Beat in egg until smooth. Sift together flour, baking soda and salt. Mix with rolled oats. Add dry ingredients alternately with sour milk to creamed mixture. Mix well and stir in raisins. Drop by spoonfuls onto an ungreased cookie sheet. Bake at 375° for 12-15 minutes.

Makes 2 dozen cookies.

37. Honey Nut Bread - using recipe below    

Prizes: 1st: 2kg honey, 2nd: 1 kg honey, 3rd: 500 gm honey, 4th: 375 gm 'Honey Bear'

Award: Joe Valas, Honey

1 cup Ontario honey 1 tsp salt
1 cup milk 1 Tbsp baking powder
1/4 cup butter 1/2 cup chopped nuts
2 eggs, beaten
2 1/2 cups whole wheat flour

Warm honey and combine with milk. When blended, beat in the rest of the ingredients except for the nuts. Then fold in nuts. Spoon into a large greased loaf pan. Bake at 325° for 1 hour.

38. Brownies - 3 pieces 2" x 3", using recipe below    

Prizes: 1st: 2kg honey, 2nd: 1 kg honey, 3rd: 500 gm honey, 4th: 375 gm 'Honey Bear'

Award: Joe Valas, Honey

1/4 cup butter 1 tsp baking soda
3/4 cup honey 1/2 tsp salt
1 egg 4 Tbsp cocoa
1 tsp vanilla 1/2 cup chopped nuts
1/2 cup flour

Cream together butter and honey. Beat in egg and vanilla. Stir in flour, baking powder and salt. Stir in nuts. Pour batter into greased 9” x 9” pan. Bake at 325° for about 20-25 minutes. Cut into bars when cool

39. Banana Raisin Muffins - 3, using recipe below    

Prizes: 1st: 2kg honey, 2nd: 1 kg honey, 3rd: 500 gm honey, 4th: 375 gm 'Honey Bear'

Award: Joe Valas, Honey

1 1/4 cups all purpose flour 1/4 cup honey
2 tsp baking powder 1 egg
1/4 tsp baking soda 1 Tbsp milk
1/2 tsp salt 1/3 cup oil
1/2 cup raisins 1/4 tsp vanilla
1 cup mashed, ripe banana

Combine dry ingredients and raisins. Stir together honey, banana, egg, milk, oil and vanilla. Add liquid ingredients to dry ingredients. Stir just to blend. Fill greased muffin tins 3/4 full. Bake at 400° for 18-20 minutes or until lightly browned.

Makes 12 muffins.

 

 

CANNING and PRESERVING - DIVISION 83

  • JARS TO BE NO LARGER THAN A PINT SEALER (500 ML)
  • ALL JARS MUST BE CLEAN and FREE OF MOULD and RUST
  • MUST BE PROPERLY SEALED WITH NEW TOPS (NO RUST)
  • MUST STATE DATE MADE
  • NO DECORATED TOPS
  • NO ARTIFICIAL COLOURING
    ~ no freezer jam

Prizes: 1st: $8, 2nd: $6, 3rd: $4, others: $0

Classes:

1. Jam - raspberry

2. Jam - strawberry

3. Jam - peach

4. Jam - any variety not listed ~ must be labeled

5. Marmalade - any variety ~ must be labeled

6. Jelly - red currant

7. Jelly - grape

8. Jelly - red pepper

9. Jelly- any variety not listed ~ must be labeled

10. Peaches - canned

11. Pears - canned

12. Applesauce

13. JAM-LLY - 2 fruits of your choice, named

~ made from crushed & sieved fruit

Prizes: 1st: $25, 2nd: $15, 3rd: $10, others: $0

Sponsorship: $50.00, Jane Durward

General Appearance

  • natural colour
  • no seeds
  • may contain small pieces pulp
  • not clear as it will contain sieved pulp
Texture
  • jelly like - easy to spread
Flavour
  • natural fruit flavour
  • must use 2 fruits of your choice (named)
    eg. wild blackberry & wild grape, wild blackberry & red currant

PICKLED PRODUCTS

14. Chili Sauce

15. Relish - corn

16. Relish - hot dog, green

17. Relish - zucchini

18. Relish - open, any variety not listed ~ must be labeled

19. Pickles - dill

20. Pickles - mustard

21. Pickles - bread & butter

22. Pickles - sweet mixed

23. Pickled Beets - spiced

24. Pickled Beets - not spiced

25. Pickles - open, any variety not listed ~ must be labeled

26. Salad Dressing - boiled

27. Salsa Sauce

Sponsorship: $40.00, Lourdes Rich

CLOTHING - DIVISION 84

Adult - Children's (size 1 year to 12 years) - Infants (up to 24 months)

Also see SPECIALS - DIVISION 79 - page 3
CELEBRATING CANADA'S 150th BIRTHDAY

79-01. Any Article made from Fabric - must include fabric swatch for judging
Prizes: 1st: $150 gift certificate, 2nd: $100 gift certificate, 3rd: $50 gift certificate
Sponsor: Appleseed Quiltworks

79-02. Any Knitted article made from wool - must include yarn wrappers for judging
Prizes: 1st: $150 gift certificate, 2nd: $75 gift certificate, 3rd: $50 gift certificate
Sponsor: Aberdeen's Wool Company

Prizes: 1st: $8, 2nd: $6, 3rd: $4, others: $0

Classes:

1. Half Apron

2. Kitchen Apron - with bib

3. Exercise Outfit - 2 piece, stretchy fabric

4. Summer Dress

5. Sundress - fabric

6. Ladies Jacket - not fleece

7. Poncho/Cape - any material

8. Skort

9. Skirt - with zipper

10. Skirt - any pattern, knee length

11. Blouse

12. Slacks

13. Ladies Nightgown

14. Ladies Sleep Pants

15. Ladies Shorts

16. Ladies Vest - knitted or crocheted

17. Ladies Shrug - knitted

18. Ladies Vest - fabric

19. Ladies Vest - fleece

20. Ladies Tam or Hat - fleece

21. Ladies Hat - hand knitted

22. Ladies Tam - hand knitted

23. Ladies Cardigan - hand knitted

24. Special - Ladies Pullover - hand knitted

Prizes: 1st: $25, 2nd: $15, 3rd: $10, others: $0

25. Infinity / Cowl Scarf - hand knitted

26. Ladies Socks - hand knitted

27. Man's Sport Shirt

28. Man's Toque - hand knitted

29. Man's Mitts - hand knitted

30. Man's Socks - hand knitted

31. Man's Cardigan - hand knitted

32. Man's Pullover - hand knitted

33. Man's Sleep Pants

34. Adult Slippers - knitted

35. Adult Slippers - crocheted

36. Hat and Scarf - fleece

37. Scarf - not fleece

38. Texting Gloves

CHILD'S CLOTHING - sizes 1 year to 12 years

41. Child's Pullover - hand knitted, Nordic pattern

~ yoke pattern, no side or sleeve seams, may have pattern above cuff and waistband

42. Child's Pullover - hand knitted, other than Nordic pattern

43. Child's Cardigan - hand knitted

44. Child's Overalls

45. Child's School Dress

46. Child's Party Dress

47. Child's Jumper

48. Child's Infinity/Cowl Scarf - hand knitted

49. Child's Infinity/Cowl Scarf - fabric

50. Child's Vest - fabric

51. Child's Vest & Slacks

52. Child's Shorts

53. Child's 1 Pc Summer Playsuit

54. Child's Blouse

55. Child's Skirt

56. Child's Sundress - fabric

57. Boy's Pajamas

58. Girl's Nightgown

59. Child's Hat & Mitts - hand knitted

60. Child's Hat & Scarf - fleece

61. Child's Scarf - not fleece

62. Child's Socks - hand knitted

63. Child's Slippers - hand knitted

64. Child's Animal Sleep Sack - knitted or crocheted

65. Open - any hand knitted or crocheted article of child's clothing

~ not listed in classes 84-41 to 84-64

INFANT WEAR - up to 24 months

67. Infant's Sweater with Hood - hand knitted

68. Infant's Sweater Coat, Bonnet & Booties - hand knitted

69. Infant's Sweater Coat & Bonnet - crocheted

70. Infant's Dress - hand knitted

71. Infant's Dress - crocheted

72. Infant's Shawl - hand knitted

~ minimum 92 cm x 114 cm (36" x 45")

73. Infant's Shawl - crocheted

~ minimum 92 cm x 114 cm (36" x 45")

74. Infant's Romper

75. Infant's Dress - fabric

76. Any one article of Infant's Wear - not listed in classes 84-67 to 84-75

OAAS Hand Quilted Championship Quilt Competition

A GRAND CHAMPION and a RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION hand quilted quilt will be chosen from all the first and second place eligible quilts.

All quilts will be judged in their respective classes first.

  1. Entries must be solely made and hand quilted by the exhibitor and exhibited and judged at a local OAAS fair to be eligible.
  2. Entries must be a minimum of 324”, measured on the perimeter, (smaller quilts will not be eligible to proceed to the next level of competition).
  3. Upon making an entry in the OAAS Quilt Competition the Exhibitor agrees to participate in any promotional activities related to the competition.
  4. If any entry wins Grand Champion Quilt at more than one Fair, the other Fair(s) at which this item won, should enter their Reserve Champion Quilt in the District Competition.
  5. The Grand Champion Quilt will compete at the District Level in October and all District winners are eligible to compete in the OAAS Championship Competition at the Annual Convention in February.

    The OAAS will award prize money of: 1st - $25 2nd - $15 3rd - $10 to Exhibitors of winning quilts at each District Competition.

    The entry judged BEST OF SHOW at the February Convention will be declared the ONTARIO ASSOCIATION OF AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES CHAMPIONSHIP QUILT. A $500 GRAND PRIZE will be awarded and the Exhibitor will retain ownership of the quilt. A certificate and ribbon will also be awarded to the winner.

    OAAS Machine Quilted Quilt Competition

    Quilts eligible for this competition will come from winning entries from all machine quilted quilt classes and the following rules will apply.

    1. Quilt must be solely made and machine quilted (quilting on long arm machine is allowed) by the exhibitor and exhibited and judged at a local OAAS fair to be eligible.

    2. Quilt to be measured on the perimeter. Total perimeter measurement to be minimum of 324“. Note, quilt can be square, rectangular etc.

    3. Quilt must have visible machine quilting.

    4. Each local fair is entitled to send only one Grand Champion Machine Quilted Quilt, judged ‘Best of Show’ of all eligible machine quilted quilts to the District competition.

    5. If any entry wins Grand Champion Quilt at more than one Fair, the other Fair(s) at which this item won, should enter their Reserve Champion Quilt in the District Competition.

    6. The Grand Champion and the Reserve Grand Champion are judged from all first and second prize ELIGIBLE machine quilted quilts.


    QUILTS - DIVISION 85

    ~ includes quilts, rugs, afghans, throw and handicrafts

  • Quilts must have been made since September 2015
  • Quilts may be shown in 2 consecutive years
  • All quilts to be hand quilted unless otherwise stated
  • Name of pattern (if known) must be attached
  • Please remove all pencil marks from quilts


    Also see SPECIALS - DIVISION 79 - page 3
    CELEBRATING CANADA'S 150th BIRTHDAY

    79-01. Any Article made from Fabric - must include fabric swatch for judging
    Prizes: 1st: $150 gift certificate, 2nd: $100 gift certificate, 3rd: $50 gift certificate
    Sponsor: Appleseed Quiltworks

    79-02. Any Knitted article made from wool - must include yarn wrappers for judging
    Prizes: 1st: $150 gift certificate, 2nd: $75 gift certificate, 3rd: $50 gift certificate
    Sponsor: Aberdeen's Wool Company

Prizes: 1st: $8, 2nd: $6, 3rd: $4, others: $0

Classes:

1. Quilt - open, machine pieced, quilted by long arm machine

~ made by 1 or more people

Prizes: 1st: $25, 2nd: $15, 3rd: $10, others: $0

Sponsorship: $50.00, Valerie Markle

2. Quilt - piecework, hand quilted

Prizes: 1st: $15, 2nd: $12, 3rd: $8, others: $0

3. Quilt - piecework & applique, machine quilted

Prizes: 1st: $15, 2nd: $12, 3rd: $8, others: $0

4. Quilt - applique only, machine quilted

Prizes: 1st: $15, 2nd: $12, 3rd: $8, others: $0

5. Quilt - applique & embroidery, hand quilted

Prizes: 1st: $15, 2nd: $12, 3rd: $8, others: $0

6. Quilt - machine embroidery, machine quilted

Prizes: 1st: $15, 2nd: $12, 3rd: $8, others: $0

7. Quilt - sampler

Prizes: 1st: $15, 2nd: $12, 3rd: $8, others: $0

8. Quilt - reversible

~ judged on hand quilting only

Prizes: 1st: $15, 2nd: $12, 3rd: $8, others: $0

9. Quilt - first time quilter

~ judged on hand quilting only

Prizes: 1st: $15, 2nd: $12, 3rd: $8, others: $0

10. Quilt - pre-printed panel (cheater) - hand quilted

Prizes: 1st: $15, 2nd: $12, 3rd: $8, others: $0

11. Quilt - pre-printed panel (cheater) - machine quilted

Prizes: 1st: $15, 2nd: $12, 3rd: $8, others: $0

12. Quilt - rag - machine quilted

Prizes: 1st: $15, 2nd: $12, 3rd: $8, others: $0

13. Quilt - machine quilted by Exhibitor - on a long arm machine

Prizes: 1st: $15, 2nd: $12, 3rd: $8, others: $0

14. Quilt - piecework - hand quilted

~ made by more than one person

Prizes: 1st: $15, 2nd: $12, 3rd: $8, others: $0

15. Quilt - applique - hand quilted

~ made by more than one person

Prizes: 1st: $15, 2nd: $12, 3rd: $8, others: $0

16. Quilt - piecework & applique - hand quilted

~ made by more than one person

Prizes: 1st: $15, 2nd: $12, 3rd: $8, others: $0

17. Quilt - embroidery - hand quilted

~ made by more than one person

Prizes: 1st: $15, 2nd: $12, 3rd: $8, others: $0

18. Quilt Block - mounted & named

~ minimum 12" x 12"

19. Mini Quilt Block - mounted & named

~ maximum 6" x 6"

20. Quilt - crib - machine quilted

21. Quilt Top - pieced

Prizes: 1st: $12, 2nd: $8, 3rd: $5, others: $0

Sponsorship: $25.00, Ruth Henry

22. Quilt Top - appliqued

23. Quilt - crib - hand quilted

24. Quilt - crib - rag

25. Carriage Cover - quilted

26. Quilted Article - not listed above

~ no wall hangings or quilts

27. Afghan or Throw - knitted

~ maximum 48" x 66"

28. Afghan or Throw - crocheted

~ maximum 48" x 66"

29. Afghan or Throw - squares, crocheted

~ maximum 48" x 66"

30. Afghan or Throw - any other material (ie fleece)

~ over 48" x 66"

31. Open - crocheted or knitted article not listed above

~ maximum 48" x 66"

32. Article of Swedish Weaving

33. Bedspread - open

34. Rug - hooked on burlap

35. Rug - latch hooked on canvas

36. Rug - any other variety

HANDICRAFTS

40. Needlepoint Picture - no petit point, ready for hanging, no dowels

~ picture frame over 10" x 12"

41. Needlepoint Picture - no petit point, ready for hanging, no dowels

~ picture frame 10" x 12" or under

42. Needlepoint - on plastic canvas

~ not larger than 10" x 12"

43. Cross Stitch - counted picture, ready for hanging

44. Cross Stitch - any other article counted, finished

~ not a picture or framed

45. Cross Stitch - any article stamped, finished

46. Open - any tatted article or articles with tatted trim

~ judged on tatting only

47. Doily - crocheted, mounted on bristol board (no staples)

~ 12" or under

48. Doily - knitted, mounted on bristol board

~ 12" or under

49. Tablecloth - crocheted

~ minimum 36" x 36"

50. Tablecloth - fabric

~ minimum 36" x 36"

51. Tote Bag - any material

52. One Pillowcase - coloured embroidery

53. One Pillowcase - crocheted lace trim

54. One Pillow Sham - fabric

55. Table Runner - pieced

56. Open - any embroidered article not listed above, any crewel

57. Tea Cozy - no tea pot

58. Egg Warmer

59. Oven Mitts - 2

60. Pot Holders - 1 pair, practical

61. Pot Holders - 1 pair, decorative

62. Hot Dish Mats - 2

63. Dish Cloth - handmade

64. Placemats - 2

65. Wall Hanging - hand quilted - ready for hanging, no saw tooth hangers

~ not over 24" x 36" finished

66. Wall Hanging - machine quilted, ready for hanging

67. Article of Creative Stitchery- from kit

68. Picture, Creative Stitchery - ready for hanging, no saw tooth hangers

69. Article of Creative Stitchery - including crewel - not a cushion or picture

~ no saw tooth hangers

70. Folded Star - any article

71. Cushion - needlepoint

72. Cushion - crocheted

73. Cushion - knitted

74. Cushion - patchwork

75. Cushion - quilted

76. Cushion - embroidery

77. Cushion - child's novelty

78. Cushion - fancy

79. Cushion - Celtic design

80. Cushion - open, not listed above

81. Pair of Dolls - dressed, no false bottoms (ie air fresheners)

82. Pair of Animals - stuffed & dressed

83. Doll - 1, stuffed & dressed

84. Doll - 1, dressed, fabric - judged on clothing only

85. Doll - 1, dressed, crocheted - judged on clothing only

86. Doll - 1, dressed, knitted - judged on clothing only

87. Stuffed Animal - 1

88. Cabbage Patch Doll's Outfit

89. Child's Toy - 1

90. Infant's Toy - 1

91. Child's Hand Puppet - 1

92. Open - any article not listed above - named

~ not over 16"

HANDCRAFTED HOBBIES - DIVISION 86

~ including CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS

Prizes: 1st: $8, 2nd: $6, 3rd: $4, others: $0

Classes:

1. Table Center - decorative

2. Arrangement of Artificial Flowers

~ not over 16" high

3. Arrangement of Dried Material

4. Covered Hangers - 3

5. Pinecone Craft - any article other than a wreath

6. Bead Work

7. Paper Twist Article

8. Rag Doll

9. Fall Door Decoration

~ not over 14"

10. Decorated Wreath - other than Christmas decoration - with hanger

~ no ceramic - not over 14"

11. Folk Art - painted on wood

~ not more than 12"

12. Folk Art - painted on something other than wood

~ not more than 12"

13. Plastic Canvas Article

14. Paper Toile Picture

15. Handmade Candle

16. Hand Stamped Greeting Card - any theme

17. Scrapbooking Page - any theme

~ no larger than 12" x 12"

18. Handmade Jewellery - 1 item

19. Pottery

~ no more than 12"

20. Open - any article not listed in classes 86-1 to 86-19, named

~ not over 12"

CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS

30. Tree Decoration - 3 different - beaded

~ mounted

31. Tree Decoration - 3 different - cocheted

~ mounted

32. Tree Decoration - 3 different - knitted

~ mounted

33. Tree Decoration - 3 different - felt

~ mounted

34. Christmas Gift Bag - fabric

~ no larger than 18" x 18"

35. Tree Decoration - 3 different - counted cross stitch

~ mounted

36. Tree Decoration - 3, other than above

~ mounted

37. Christmas Table Runner

38. Christmas Door Decoration

39. Christmas Door Decoration - using artificial greenery

40. Christmas Stocking - fabric

41. Christmas Stocking - open

42. Christmas Table Center - not more than 8" overall

43. Christmas Wall Decoration - ready to hang

~ not over 10" x 18"

44. Christmas Wall Hanging - ready to hang

~ not over 20" x 36"

45. Christmas Wreath - open - ready to hang

~ not more than 15" in diameter

46. Christmas Corsage

47. Christmas Tree Skirt

48. Christmas Pillow

49. Christmas Place Mats - 2

50. Advent Calendar

SHOP CRAFT HOBBIES - DIVISION 87

Prizes: 1st: $8, 2nd: $6, 3rd: $4, others: $0

Classes:

1. Article of Stained Glass

2. Birdhouse

3. Any Wooden Article - hand carved

~ must be dated

4. Any Wooden Article - finished - beginner

~ must be dated

5. Intarsia

6. Recycled Article - any medium

~ no larger than 18" x 18"

7. Child's Toy - 12" to 16"

8. Any Turned Article - wood, finished

~ must be dated

ART - DIVISION 88

All exhibits must be secured and WIRED for hanging. No clips, string or swa tooth hangers etc. Please attach entry tag with string. All work must have been made since September 2016. No pairs or collections. Exhibits must be plainly marked "COPIED" or "ORIGINAL".

NOTE: Not to exceed 24" x 30" including frame.

Any photography medium must be entered under PHOTOGRAPHY Division 89.


Prizes: 1st: $8, 2nd: $6, 3rd: $4, others: $0

Classes:

1. Landscape - oil

2. Landscape - acrylic

3. Landscape - watercolour

4. Landscape - any other medium

5. Dreamscape - any medium

6. Wildlife - any medium

7. Portrait - any medium

8. Still Life - any medium

9. Figure Drawing - any medium

10. Pen & Ink - open subject

11. Historical Landscape - within the City of Kawartha Lakes - any medium

~ give name & location

12. Non-Objective - any medium

13. Sculpture - any medium

14. Open subject - mixed mediums

~ identify mediums used

Crayola Special

$50 to exhibitor with most points in classes 88-1 to 88-14

~ not to be awarded to any one exhibitor more than 2 consecutive years

Prize: $50.00

Sponsorship: $75.00, Amanda Pascoe

Not to be awarded to any one exhibitor more than 2 consecutive years.

PHOTOGRAPHY - DIVISION 89

  • open to amateurs NOT professionals
  • photographs not more than 4" x 6"
  • all exhibits MUST BE MOUNTED on black or white construction paper or bristol board, no larger than 6" x 8"
  • photographs must not have been entered in this competition previously
  • photographs must be printed on proper photo paper
  • only one entry per class
  • no digitally enhanced photos - except for the Special
  • no photos downloaded from the internet


    Also see SPECIALS - DIVISION 79 - page 3
    CELEBRATING CANADA'S 150th BIRTHDAY

    79-03. One Photograph depicting Canada's 150th
    Prizes: 1st: $50, 2nd: $25, others: $0
    Sponsor: Evelyn Chambers

Classes:

1. Architecture

2. Farm Work

3. Flower - 1 bloom

4. Water in Motion

5. Portrait - person

6. Winter Scene

7. Animal in Motion

8. Bird

9. Butterfly

10. Children

11. Community Involvement

12. Summer Scene

13. Taken at 2016 Lindsay Exhibition

14. Abandoned Farm Building

15. Building or Buildings

16. Portrait - black & white

17. Scene - black & white

18. Funniest Pet - 1 photograph

Prizes: 1st: $15, 2nd: $10, others: $0

Sponsorship: $25.00, Anna Cleary

19. Animal Attraction - 1 animal & 1 person

Prizes: 1st: $25, 2nd: $20, others: $0

Sponsorship: $45.00, Derrick & Mary Camphorst

20. Digitally Enhanced Photo - open

~ include original & enhanced picture

Prizes: 1st: $15, 2nd: $10, others: $0

Sponsorship: $25.00, Jody Clements

Marj Moore Special

Most points in classes 89-1 to 89-17

~ not to be awarded to any one exhibitor more than 2 consecutive years

Prize: $20.00

Sponsorship: $20.00, Homecraft Committee

Not to be awarded to any one exhibitor more than 2 consecutive years.

SPECIAL NEEDS - DIVISION 90

~ NO ADMINISTRATION FEE REQUIRED for SPECIAL NEEDS classes. Rules for special needs classes only. Entries must be in place for judging by:***2:00 PM - MONDAY SEPTEMBER 18th, 2017

NOTE: ANYONE EXHIBITING IN CLASSES OTHER THAN 90-01 TO 90-24 WILL BE REQUIRED TO PAY A REGULAR ADMINISTRATION FEE OF $10.00.

  • All articles must be handmade.
  • Baking to be displayed on a small paper plate and in a clear plastic bag - no plastic wrap


Prizes: 1st: $8, 2nd: $6, 3rd: $4, others: $0

Classes:

1. Cookies - 3 on a small plate

2. Rice Krispie Squares - 3 on a small plate

3. Muffins - 3 on a small plate

4. Brownies - 3 on a small plate

5. Cupcakes - 3 on a small plate, uniced

6. Loaf - any variety

7. Jam or Jelly - 1 jar - not freezer

8. Salsa - 1 jar

9. Article of Embroidery

10. Quilted Article

11. Stuffed Toy

12. Cushion

13. Shower Gift

14. Hand Knitted Article

15. Article Made from Popsicle Sticks

~ no larger than 8" x 10"

16. Christmas Tree Decorations - 3, mounted

17. Article Made of Wood

~ no larger than 8" x 10"

18. Decorated Wood Article

~ no larger than 8" x 10"

19. Pressed Flowers

20. Scrap Booking Page - with captions

~ not over 12" x 12"

21. Wreath - ready to hang

~ not over 14"

22. Birdhouse or Bird Feeder

23. Pencil Sketch

24. Painting - on a pre-printed form

~ no larger than 12" x 14"

25. Painting - on canvas

~ no larger than 12" x 14"

26. Painting - on paper

~ no larger than 12" x 14"

27. Colouring Page - from adult colouring book

28. Open - any article not listed in classes 1 to 27

MANORS - DIVISION 91

Open to all residents of Manors, Senior Citizen Homes, Hospitals, Chronic Care and Adult Day Care Centres. Please make sure resident's name is on entry tag.

**Article means 1 item, not a set. **One entry only per exhibitor per class.***PLEASE NOTE: No Jig Saw Puzzles.

NO ADMINISTRATION FEE is required for the MANORS DIVISION. Entries MUST be in place ready for judging by: ***2:00 PM - MONDAY SEPTEMBER 18th, 2017.

NOTE: ANYONE EXHIBITING IN CLASSES OTHER THAT 91-01 to 91-57 WILL BE REQUIRED TO PAY A REGULAR ADMINISTRATION FEE OF $10.00

Prizes: 1st: $8, 2nd: $6, 3rd: $4, others: $0

Classes:

1. Knitted Socks

2. Knitted Slippers

3. Knitted Scarf

4. Knitted Mitts

5. Knitted Toque

6. Knitted or Crocheted Sweater or Vest

7. Knitted or Crocheted Sweater, Bonnet & Booties

8. Knitted or Crocheted Afghan

9. Knitted Article - not listed above, named

10. Crocheted Doily - under 12"

11. Crocheted Doily - 12" or over

12. Crocheted Article - not listed above, named

13. Cushion

14. Decorated Hat

15. Apron

16. Child's Clothing

17. Quilted Article

18. Article of Silk Painting - microwave method

19. Scrap Booking Page - with captions

~ no larger than 12" x 12"

20. Gift For A Grandchild - handmade - for a 5 year old & under

21. Gift For A Grandchild - handmade - for a 6 year old & over

22. Article of Embroidery

23. Beaded Article - 1

24. Rice Krispie Squares - 3 on a small plate

25. Cookies - 3 on a small plate

26. Squares / Bars - 3 on a small plate

27. Muffins - 3 on a small plate

28. Loaf - any variety - 3 slices

29. Butter Tarts with Raisins - 3

30. Open Baking Item - other than listed in classes 9124 to 9129

31. Salsa - 1 jar

~ made by 2 or more persons

32. Chili Sauce

~ made by 2 or more persons

33. Relish - hot dog

~ made by 2 or more persons

34. Relish - zucchini

~ made by 2 or more persons

35. Pickles - bread & butter

~ made by 2 or more persons

36. Marmalade

~ made by 2 or more persons

37. Jam - raspberry - not freezer

~ made by 2 or more persons

38. Jam - peach - not freezer

~ made by 2 or more persons

39. Jam - strawberry - not freezer

~ made by 2 or more persons

40. Jam - blueberry - not freezer

~ made by 2 or more persons

41. Jelly - red pepper - not freezer

~ made by 2 or more persons

42. Open - bottled goods - not listed in 91-31 to 91-41

43. Christmas Wreath - ready to hang

~ approximately 14"

44. Any Other Christmas Decoration

45. Any Other Christmas Ornament

46. Article Made with Pressed Dried Flowers

47. Decorated Wood Article

~ not to exceed 12" X 12"

48. Handmade Candle

~ made by 2 or more persons

49. Homemade Potpourri

50. Wreath - other than Christmas, ready to hang

~ approximately 14"

51. Any Other Door Swag or Wall Hanging - ready to hang

52. "Gift" from Our Kitchen to Yours

~ container not to exceed 12" x 10"

53. Herbal Product

54. Bath Product

55. Small Houseplant - African violet, ivy etc.

~ maximum 4" pot

56. Art - water colour painting

57. Page from adult colouring book

58. Open - any article not listed in classes 91-43 to 91-57

COMMUNITY SERVICE PROJECT - DIVISION 92

All entries become the property of the Lindsay Exhibition Homecraft Committee and will be donated to an appropriate local charity/group.

Classes:

1. Mitts, hat or scarf - any size, any medium

Prizes: 1st: $12, 2nd: $9, 3rd: $7, others: $5

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