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CULTURAL EXPRESSIONS CLASS 56

TO REGISTER PLEASE FOLOW THIS LINK https://www.oronofair.com/orono-fair-exhibitors-information/registration/

September 8th – 11 th , 2022
Chairperson: Donna Scott 905-983-5026
Committee: Lorna Atkins, Betty Charland, Penny MacDonald, Joan Moffat, Heather Morton,
Suzanne Robinson, Lynn Rodd, Nellie Ruff, Peggy Blaschke, Mary Clapdorp, Christa Lugtenburg,
Charlene Perrin.
Rules and Regulations:
1. NOTE: Time for articles to be in on Wednesday, September 7 th from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. and
Thursday, September 8 th from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. Judging to start at 10:30 a.m.
2. Exhibits must be in the hands of the arranging committee before 10:00 a.m. on Thursday
September 8 th , when the doors shall be closed, and no person shall be admitted other than
those officially engaged.
3. Entries MUST remain until pick up time at 4:00 p.m. Sunday, September 11 th .
4. The committee will not be responsible for packing exhibits at the close of the fair.
5. Exhibits MUST be delivered to the Exhibit Building with entry tags attached.
6. Judges are authorized by the Directors to DEBAR ALL SOILED, DEFACED OR OLD WORK.
7. A fourth prize will be given if there are six or more entries in a category.
8. Judging will be done according to Homecraft Judging Standards for Ontario Fairs.
9. The Committee will not be responsible for damage to or theft of any exhibit.
10. ONLY ONE ENTRY MAY BE EXHIBITED FOR EACH SECTION OF THIS CLASS.
Entry Fee: 10% of prize winnings.
ANNUAL “CHAMPION QUILT COMPETITION”:
The winner from sections 1 & 3 will be eligible for competition at the District Level and must be
a minimum of 324 inches measured on the perimeter. Quilts in sections 1 & 3 MUST be made
and quilted by the exhibitor. All articles must be clean and NOT entered previously at the Orono
Fair.
QUILTS:
Prize Money (sections 1 to 5 and 10 & 11): $10.00; $8.00; $6.00; $4.00
1. Quilt – any style, hand quilted (note size above).
2. Quilt – hand quilted smaller than above but not a crib quilt.
QUILT SPECIAL:
Top Quilt Grand Prize in Section 1.
Prize Money: $20.00, in memory of Eileen Billings. Sponsored by Carol Bailey.
QUILT SPECIAL:
Top Quilt in Section 3.

Prize Money $20.00, Sponsored by Ganaraska Quilt Guild.
3. Quilt – made and machine quilted by exhibitor
4. Quilt – machine quilted, any method
5. Quilt – machine quilted smaller than 324 inches around perimeter
QUILT SPECIAL:
Most points in sections 1 -5.
Prize: $50.00 Gift Certificate Sponsored by Annie’s Quilt Shop, 816 Regional Road 17
Newcastle, Ontario.
Prize Money: $8.00; $6.00; $4.00; $2.00.
6. Quilt, Rag
7. Quilt, top to be judged (can be entered again when quilted)
8. Quilt, any size, tied
9a. Afghan – knit
9b. Afghan – crochet
10. Quilt with an Agriculture Theme
11. Crib Quilt – pieced or appliqued
12a. Crib Afghan – knit
12b. Crib Afghan – crochet
KITCHEN ACCESSORIES
Prize Money: $3.00; $2.50; $2.00; $1.50.
13. Tea Cozy
14. A hand embroidered item
15. Table Runner
16. A pair of potholders
17. Table Runner – Harvest Theme
18. Hot Mat – Fabric
19. A pair of Place Mats, material
20. Oven Door Towel
21. A pair of Place Mats for a Child
22. Kitchen Apron
SPECIAL
Most points in sections 6 – 22.
Prize: Cut, Wash & Set or Blow Dry.

Donated by Christa Lugtenburg, Creative Strands,

40 Cobbledick St. Orono, Ontario.

SPECIAL
23. Wooden painted outdoor sign no larger than 18 x 24 inches.
Prize Money – $10:00, $ 8:00, $5:00, $3.00. Sponsored by B & J Moffat.

WEARING APPAREL

Sewing (sections 24-53) can be any size child or adult unless specified. All articles must be clean
and NOT previously entered at the Orono Fair.
Prize Money: $4.00; $3.00; $2.00; $1.50.
24a. Child’s Dress – fabric
24b. Child’s Dress – knit or crochet
25. Sleep wear
26. Ladies Dress
27. Shorts or pants
28. Skirt
29. Outerwear – fabric
30. Vest – fabric
31. Hand Smocked garment
32. Halloween costume
33. A drooling bib
34. An article of pet apparel
35. Socks – dress
36. Socks – work
37. Shawl, wrap, shrug
38. Scarf – crochet
39. Scarf – hand knit
40. Cowl – any method
41. Babies Set, Bonnet and Sweater – knit
42. Babies Set, Bonnet and Sweater – crochet
43. Pullover, Child’s – hand knit or crochet
44. Cardigan, Child’s – hand knit or crochet
45. Pullover, Adult – hand knit
46. Vest – knit or crochet
47. Cardigan, Adult – hand knit
48. Tunisian Crochet Article
49a. Headgear – knit
49b. Headgear – crochet
50. Mitts or Gloves – knit
51. Any other knit or crochet garment not listed
52. Slippers – knit
53. Slippers – crochet
SPECIAL
Most points in Section 1 – 53.
Prize: $30.00

Gift Certificate. Sponsored by Soper Creek Yarns,

5301 Main St. Orono, On.

CRAFTS
All articles must be clean and NOT entered previously at the Orono Fair. Exhibits to be hung
must include necessary parts.

Prize Money: $4.00; $3.00; $2.00; $1.50.
54. Pin Cushion
55. Decorated barrette or hairband
56. Christmas Stocking handcrafted
57. Article of Rug Hooking
58. Article of hand felting
59. Article with a Canadian theme fabric
60. Machine Embroidery item
61. Article of Counted Cross Stitch
62. Advent Calendar
63. Scrapbooking – A single page
64. Button Art
65. 3 different quilt blocks
66. Fingerless gloves or mitts
67. Handcrafted Tote Bag
68. Wall Hanging – machine or hand quilted
69. Wall Hanging – any other style
70. Halloween item not a costume
71. Decorated Hat – for display
72. Christmas Tree Topper
73. Decorated Wreath
74. A Gift Bag
75. Child’s Stuffed Toy (not to exceed 18 inches)
76. Doll Clothing Knit or Crochet (on doll – not to exceed 18 inches)
77. Article of Pyrography – Pen like wood burning no larger than 12 inches
78. Handmade Greeting Card
79. Garden Art
80. Hand Spun skein of yarn
81. Something new and useful from something old – with explanation attached
82. Decorative Pillow
83. Handcrafted Jewelry – in a ziplock bag
84. Small Christmas Tree Decoration

SPECIAL
85. An article created from hand spun yarn.
Prize Money $7.00, $5.00, $3.00. Sponsored by Durham Hand Spinning Guild.

Bonnie Reid Award
Most points in section 54 – 84.
Prize: Cut, Wash and Set or Blow Dry. Donated by Sharon McCartney, Crowning Glory Hair
Care, 6421 Leskard Rd. Orono

JUNIOR SECTION
Open to youth 17 & under. No membership required for this section but must fill entry out a
form and get a number at the fair office.
Prize Money: $3.00; $2.50; $2.00; $1.50.
86. Decorated Flip Flops
87. Button Art
88. Decorated Flowerpot
89. A scene created in a Mason Jar.
90. A stuffy made from felt not larger than 10 inches.
91. Tote Bag
92. Small Novelty item suitable for a Christmas Bazaar
93. Handcrafted Jewelry – in zip lock bag
94. Pillowcases
95. Picture Frame – hand made and decorated
96. Small article of woodwork, not to exceed 18 inches
97. Decorated head band
98. Decorated Ball Cap
99. Scrapbooking – single page
100. Garden Art
101. Something new and useful from something old with explanation attached
102. Knit or Crochet article
103. Decorated egg
104. Metal Art – not to exceed 12in.
105. Handmade greeting card
106. Craft of your choice not listed above

SPECIAL – JUNIOR:
107. Rag Quilt
Prize Money; $10.00; $6.00; $4.00. Sponsored by Ganaraska Quilt Guilt.

SPECIALS – JUNIOR
Judges choice of outstanding workmanship.
Prize: Rosette and $10.00.
Exhibitor with most points in section 86 – 106.
Prize: $30.00.
Both prizes donated by Portable Grandstand Rentals, Bowmanville

SENIOR CITIZENS
All articles must be clean and NOT previously entered at the Orono Fair.
Open to men and women 60 years and over. No membership required for this section only.
Prize Money: $3.00; $2.50; $2.00; $1.50.
108. Handknit article

109. Handmade Christmas Card
110. Crochet Article
111. Article of Calligraphy
112. Seasonal wreath
113. Sun Catcher
114. Christmas Ornament
115.Collage – single page
116. Tote Bag/Market bag
117. Garden Art
SPECIAL – SENIOR CITIZENS
118. A collection of 3 quilt blocks.
Prize Money: $10:00; $6.00; $4.00. Sponsored by Ganaraska Quilt Guild.

SPECIAL – SENIOR CITIZENS
Most points in section 107 – 117.
Prize: $20.00. Sponsored by Penny MacDonald.

CULTURAL EXPRESSIONS SPECIAL
Most points in entire Cultural Expressions Class.
Prize: $20.00, in Memory of Murray Charland. Sponsored by the Charland Family.

JUDGES CHOICE QUILT ART
Outstanding workmanship in fabric art.
Prize: $20.00. Sponsored by Ganaraska Quilt Guild.

JUDGES CHOICE
Outstanding workmanship in quilting.
Prize: $20.00. Sponsored by Ganaraska Quilt Guild

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