Class 34 – Homecrafts and Quilts

Directors: Janice Walsh 519-848-2022, Melanie McDougall & Ruth Allsop

 

Arthur Fall Fairs Rules and Regulations:
1. All domestic goods (sewing & crafts) must be work of the exhibitors. Except for sections that state otherwise
2. Judges are authorized to disqualify soiled, worn or inappropriate items.
3. Each exhibitor may have only one entry per section.
4. All work may be shown for no more than 2 years.
5. In cases of no competition, the prize will be withheld unless the exhibit is worthy of a prize.

6. Entries must be ticketed and placed by 11:30am. Fri. Sept. 9th, 2022. THIS RULE WILL BE STRICTLY ENFORCED.
7. Safety pins, no straight pins for attaching tickets to an article.

8. New exhibitors, mark your entry tag N.E (NEW EXHIBITOR) next to your name.

9. Labels on projects need to be covered.

10. No computerized machine quilted entries accepted unless quilting is not to be judged.

 

Hall will be locked on Sunday at 4:00 p.m.

 It will be opened again at 4:30 for pick-up of your exhibits – no one allowed to get items until this time

 

OAAS Annual Hand Quilted Championship Quilt & Machine Quilted Championship Quilt

Eligibility, Rules and Regulations

 

1.) Entries must be solely quilted by the exhibitor; this is for both Machine & Hand Quilts

 

2.) Entry quilts must be a minimum of 324” measured on the perimeter (smaller quilts will not be eligible to proceed to the next level of competition) Note: the quilt can be square, rectangular etc. and Machine Quilts must have visible machine quilting.

 

3.) Arthur Fair is entitled to send only the Grand Champion Quilt from each type of Quilt section (Machine & Hand), (min. 324” measured on the perimeter) judged the best of show of all Hand and Machine quilted quilts to the District Competition; OR If any entry wins GRAND CHAMPION or BEST of ALL ELIGIBLE QUILTS at more than one Fair, the other Fairs at which this quilt was entered and won, should enter their RESERVE CHAMPION or SECOND BEST OF SHOW OF ALL CLASSES quilt in the District Competition

For Complete OAAS Rules & Regulations see www.arthurfallfair.com and click on the Homecraft section.

 

 

Judges Criteria for Quilts

General Appearance – 25 points; Colour/Materials – 20 points; Workmanship Quilting – 30 points; Borders – 10 points; Binding/Picots – 10 points; Batting& Lining – 5 points

 

Class 34 – Quilts

Prizes

Sections: 1-15: $8.00, $7.00, $6.00

Sections: 16-20: $7.00, $6.00, $5.00

Sections 1-4
The first and second prize winners will be judged again, and a Grand Champion Hand Quilted Quilt and Reserve Champion Quilt will be chosen from eligible entries. The Grand Champion Quilt must go to the District Annual or forfeit prize and rosette. Quilts must be at least 324″ perimeter, include pattern name and creator.

 

1. Quilt, hand appliquéd – hand quilted
2. Quilt, pieced – hand quilted
3. Quilt, reversible, two solid colours (whole cloth), quilting to count – hand quilted
4. Quilt, sampler design, pieced or appliquéd, every block different pattern – hand quilted
5. Quilt, machine quilted, perimeter measurement to be 324″ or more.  All work to be done by exhibitor. (See Rules & Regulations for OAAS Machine quilt competition above)
6. Quilt as you go Quilt. (Machine quilted) twin bed size or larger.

7. A Pieced Quilt, 324” perimeter or larger. Top and binding must be done by Exhibitor and can be quilted by another party, include Name of Quilter. Top and binding only to be judged. Computerized quilting accepted since quilting not judged.

8. An embroidered or appliqued quilt 324” perimeter or larger. Top and binding to be done by exhibitors and can be quilted by another party, include name of quilter. Top and binding to be judged. Computerized quilting accepted since quilting not judged.

9. Quilt, tied, or biscuit, larger than a child’s quilt.

10. Quilt, youth, under 324″perimeter, suitable for a single bed, hand quilted.

11. Quilt, youth, under 324″perimeter, suitable for a single bed, machine quilted. Top and Binding must be done by exhibitor and can be quilted by another party. Include name of Quilter. Top and Binding only to be judged. Computerized quilting accepted since quilting not judged.

12. A Quilt, at least double bed size, made from blocks from an online quilt along project.  Top and Binding must be done by exhibitor and can be quilted by another party. Include name of Quilter. Top and Binding only to be judged. Computerized quilting accepted since quilting not judged.
13. Novelty Quilt can include embellishments; any size – could be 2 party – Top and Binding to be judged. Computerized quilting accepted since quilting not judged.


14. Pre-printed panel/top, hand or machine quilted. All work by exhibitor.

15. Canada themed Quilt, any size, only top & binding to be judged

16. Child's quilt, approximately 45″x54″ appliquéd or pieced, hand quilted.
17. Child's quilt, approximately 45″x54″ appliquéd or pieced, machine quilted. All work by the exhibitor.

18. Quilt top, pieced, not quilted.
19. Quilt top, appliquéd, not quilted.

20. Quilt blocks, three different, mounted and named

Arthur Agricultural Society Special

Grand Champion Hand Quilted Special - $50.00

 

Four Corners Quilt Guild Special

Reserve Champion Hand Quilted Special – $25.00

 

Arthur Agricultural Special

Grand Champion Machine Quilt Special - $50.00

 

Four Corners Quilt Guild Special

Reserve Champion Machine Quilt Special – $25.00

 

 

In Memory of Joyce Schnurr – Sponsored by Joyce Eckersley & Janice Walsh

“Joyce is our Star”

A 12 ½ inch Quilt block pattern – Must be a Star Pattern

Use shades and tints of blue. Extra points for sparkle.

Blocks to be retained and donated to Victoria Quilts

Prize: 1st: $20.00; 2nd: $15.00; 3rd: $10.00

 

In memory of Karen McDougall - Sponsored by Evelyne Near
A 12 1/2-inch Quilt block. Must be a star pattern and created with batiks
Blocks will be retained and donated
Prizes:1st$ 20.00; 2nd $15.00; 3rd $10.00.

 

Grand Quilt Guild Special

Construct 2 different traditional blocks, then construct two blocks of these patterns with a modern twist for a total of 4 blocks.

Prizes: 1st: $20.00; 2nd: $15.00; 3rd: $10.00; 4th: $5.00
 

 

Quilt Block Challenge Special

Committee: Evelyne Near (519-848-6067) Mary Townsend, Janice Walsh & Kay Giles

Blocks for this year’s competition were given out in 2020 and are to be returned by September 9th, 2022, to be judged.

Prizes: 1st– $20.00; 2nd– $15.00; 3rd– $10.00

Blocks are not returned but made into a quilt to be raffled at the next fair.

Living Room or Den

Prizes: $5.00; $4.00; $3.00

21. Cushion, your choice, other than yarn
22. Cushion, yarn design
23. Cushion, using recycled material. Specify what you used, eg. T-shirts, blue jeans
24. Memory Quilt any size machine or hand quilted. Include a statement as to why it is a memory quilt.
25. Scrap quilt throw, machine or hand quilted or tied, perimeter less than 220”
26. Scatter rug, any method
27. Wall hanging, hand quilted, ready to hang
28. Wall hanging, appliquéd, machine quilted, ready to hang

29. Wall hanging, pieced, machine quilted, ready to hang
30. Miniature quilt, not more than 16″x16″

 

Len’s Mill Store Special

Exhibitor with most points in sections 21-30 wins a $10.00 Gift Card

 

Dining Room

Prizes: $5.00; $4.00; $3.00

31. Two placemats not Christmas or Halloween themed
32. Pieced table runner
33. Table Runner using a Specialty Ruler
34. Table topper, pieced, machine quilted or hand quilted

 

Kitchen

Prizes: $5.00; $4.00; $3.00

35. Hand towel for stove with quilted or sewn top
36. Pair of oven mitts, quilted
37. Handmade shopping bag
38. Apron
39. Pie or casserole carrier. Include pie plate or casserole.

 

Len’s Mill Store Special

New Exhibitor with the most points in sections 21-39 wins a $10.00 gift card.

 

 

H.A Kidd Special

Exhibitor with most points in sections 35-39, receives a prize

 

Miscellaneous

Prizes: $5.00; $4.00; $3.00

 

40. A handmade travel bag at least 16” in one direction, able to be securely closed

41.  A Quilting UFO (unfinished project) Attach a story of why it got left behind etc.

42. “As Seen on Pinterest” – A Quilted/or Pieced idea you got from Pinterest. Include a Printout of the Pinterest idea.

43. Paper pieced article

44. Article made using “One Block Wonder” method

45. Quilted Christmas tree skirt

46. Quilted Christmas Stocking

47. Article for sewing room

48. Handmade Pin Cushion

 

 

Len’s Mill Store Special

New Exhibitor with the most points in sections 40-48 wins a $10.00 gift card.