© 2019 by the Pike County Fair Association. 

Exhibits

Contact for all Martin Building exhibits:   Betty Epperson 870-828-0286
Everything exhibited in the Martin Building will be judged on its own merit and receive either 1st Place, 2nd Place, 3rd Place, or Participation.
Department 1 - Senior Art Exhibits
Department 2 - Junior Art Exhibits

Section A       Oil

Section B       Acrylic

Section C       Watercolor

Section D       Pen and Ink

Section E        Pastel

Section F        Mixed Media (includes collage)

Section G       Pencil

Section H       Charcoal

Section I        Any other not listed

Classes - sections will be divided as follows:

     Class 1     Portrait - likeness of person or persons

     Class 2     Landscape

     Class 3     Seascape

     Class 4     Animals

     Class 5     Non-objective

     Class 6     Still Life

     Class 7     Any other not listed

 
Department 3 - Senior Baking Exhibits/Food Preparation
Department 4 - Junior Baking Exhibits/Food Preparation

Exhibits must be in place by 9:00 a.m. Tuesday. To prevent waste, the food item may be carried home after 5:00 p.m. Tuesday, leaving a sample for display. Displayed exhibits must be picked up on Sunday between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. only.

Baking - Exhibits must be made by exhibitor only. All exhibits must be on disposable plate and covered with plastic wrap. Only dummies may be used for decorated cakes.

Points: 5, 4, 3

Section A: Cookies

     Class     1     Rolled and Cut Cookies (6)

                  2     Drop Cookies (6)

                  3     Bar Cookies (6)

                  4     Any other (6) (Exhibitor must specify)

Section B: Cakes

     Class     1     Pound Cake (mix)

                  2     Layer Cake (mix)

                  3     Sheet Cake (mix)

                  4     Any other (mix) (specify)

                  5     Pound Cake (no mix)

                  6     Layer Cake (no mix)

                  7     Sheet Cake (no mix)

                  8     Any other (no mix) (specify)

Section C: Candies

     Class     1     Fudge, chocolate (3 pieces)

                  2     Fudge, peanut butter (3 pieces)

                  3     Brittles (3 pieces)

                  4     Divinity (3 pieces)

                  5     Other (3 pieces) (specify)

Section D: Yeast Breads

     Class     1     Yeast Biscuits (plate of 3)

                  2     Yeast Rolls (plate of 3)

                  3     Loaf Bread (plate of 3)

                  4     Coffee Cake (1)

                  5     Cinnamon Rolls (3 rolls)

                  6     Doughnuts (3)

                  7     Other Yeast Breads (specify)

Section E: Quick Breads

     Class     1     Biscuits (plate of 3)

                  2     Corn Bread (plate of 3)

                  3     Muffins (plate of 3)

                  4     Quick Loaf Bread

                  5     Other Quick Bread (specify)

Section F: Pies

     Class     1     Fruit Pie (1 whole pie)

                  2     Cream Pie (1 whole pie)

                  3     Nut Pie (1 whole pie)

                  4     Other (1 whole pie) (specify)

Department 5 - Senior Clothing Exhibits
Department 6 - Junior Clothing Exhibits

Clothing - Garments must be clean, finished, and in good repair. Garments must be made by the exhibitor. Garments must be made within the past year. Exhibitors must furnish appropriate hangers.

Points: 5, 4, 3

Section A: Infant's Clothing

     Class     1     Christening Gown

                  2     Layette

                  3     Romper

                  4     Dress

                  5     Bib

                  6     Cap or Bonnet

                  7     Any Other (Exhibitor must specify)

Section B: Children's Clothing

     Class     1     Child's Playsuit

                  2     Child's Sunday Outfit

                  3     Child's Casual Outfit

                  4     Child's Pajamas  or Gown

                  5     Boy's Cotton Shirt

                  6     Girl's Skirt

                  7     Girl's Jumper

                  8     Girl's Blouse or Shirt

                  9     Heirloom Garment (Smocked, French Hand Sewing, etc.)

                  10   Child's Jacket

                  11   Child's Vest

                  12   Child's Costume

                  13   Hair Bows and Accessories

                  14   Child's Shorts or Pants

                  15   Any Other (Exhibitor must specify)

Section C: Women's/ Men's Clothing

     Class     1     Apron (any kind)

                  2     Purse

                  3     Women's Blouse

                  4     Men's Shirt

                  5     Jumper

                  6     Jacket

                  7     Vest

                  8     Suit (2 pieces) lined

                  9     Suit (2 pieces) unlined

                  10   Ladies Casual Dress

                  11   Ladies Best Dress (1-piece)

                  12   Ladies Best Dress ( 2-piece)

                  13   Skirt

                  14   Split Skirt

                  15   Evening Dress

                  16   Pants/ Pantsuit

                  17   Active Wear (jogging & sweatsuit)

                  18   Western Wear

                  19   Recycled Clothing

                  20   Sleepwear (gown, pajamas, & duster)

                  21   Coats

                  22   Shorts/ Shorts Set

                  23   Handbag/ Totebag

                  24   Any Other (Exhibitor must specify)

Department 7 - Senior Crafts Exhibits/Handicrafts
Department 8 - Junior Crafts Exhibits/Handicrafts

Crafts - Entries must be made by person entering the exhibit and must have been completed within the past year. Kits may be used or copied. Patterns may be used. Originals may be so labeled. The decision of the judges is final.

Points: 5, 4, 3

Section A: Christmas Items

     Class     1     Angel

                  2     Centerpiece Arrangement

                  3     Door Decoration - Outside

                  4     Door Decoration - Inside

                  5     Ornament (one)

                  6     Ornament (grouping)

                  7     Santas

                  8     Stocking

                  9     Table Cover

                  10   Tree Skirt

                  11   Wooden Items

                  12   Wreath

                  13   Holiday Garment/ Apron

                  14   Any Other (specify)

Section B: Stenciling

     Class     1     Wood

                  2     Paper

                  3     Fabric

                  4     Any Other (specify)

Section C: Wooden

     Class     1     Wall Hanging

                  2     Doll/Carved Figure

                  3     Chair, Stool or Bench

                  4     Table

                  5     Toy/Truck

                  6     Chest

                  7     Clock

                  8     Furniture Item - miniature

                  9     Any Other (specify)

Section D: Ceramics

     Class     1     Stain

                  2     Glaze

                  3     Airbrush

                  4     Any Other (specify)

Section E: Tole & Decorative Painting

     Class     1     Folk

                  2     Fine Art

                  3     Any Other (specify)

Section F: Sculpturing

     Class     1     Paper Article

                  2     Wooden Article

                  3     Metal or Wire

                  4     Any Other (Exhibitor must specify)

Section G: Dolls

     Class     1     Soft Sculpture

                  2     Cornshuck Doll

                  3     Stuffed Toy - Large (over 12")

                  4     Stuffed Toy - Small (under 12")

                  5     Rag Doll

                  6     Porcelain Doll

                  7     Any Other (specify)

Section H: Leather Craft

     Class     1     Large Items (apparel, purses, large toys, etc.)

                  2     Small Items (billfold, key chain, notebook, belt, small toys)

Section I: Decorated Clothing

     Class     1     Sweatshirts

                  2     T-shirts

                  3     Hats

                  4     Any Other (specify)

Section J: Other Crafts

     Class     1     Holiday on Parade (any except Christmas)

                  2     Macrame

                  3     Any Other (specify)

Section K: Recycled Items

     Class     1     Accessories

                  2     Toys

                  3     Bathroom

                  4     Kitchen

Section L: Scrapbooking

     Class     1     Scrapbooking

Department 9 - Senior Educational Exhibits
Department 10 - Junior Educational Exhibits

Educational booth space must be requested before September 3 by contacting the extension office at 285-2161. Booth must be set up by 6:00 p.m. Tuesday.

Exhibits must be picked up on Sunday between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m.

ALL MATERIALS INCLUDING STAPLES MUST BE REMOVED.

SCORE SHEET FOR EDUCATIONAL BOOTHS

(This is a guideline only. Not intended as fair points.)

1. Has effective message (caption or title sign). Short, catchy, appropriate, well worded to cover one idea and suggest action when appropriate. (15 points)

2. Draws attention. An attention-getter that reinforces the main idea. Something unusual - motion, light, design, and/or color. (20 points)

3. Holds attention, tells coherent, clear-cut, one-idea message quickly. Arouses curiosity about the subject. Has systematic arrangement, easy to follow to tell the story. (25 points)

4. Creates a desire to use the practice or idea. Appeals to such motives as desire and need for profit, health, comfort, convenience, recreation, time and/or energy saving relationships, etc. (15 points)

5. Tells where assistance and more information are available. (5 points)

6. Presents pleasing appearance. (10 points)

7. Use explanatory materials effectively. (10 points)

8. Material brief and easy to read. Size of charts, maps, place cards and letters adequate. Before and after examples. 

TOTAL POINTS         (100 POINTS)

 
Department 11 - Senior Flower/Plant Show
Department 12 - Junior Flower/Plant Show

Flower containers - must be furnished by exhibitor, must be marked underneath for identification, the containers in which plant is grown will not be considered by judges, and the fair committees will not be responsible for personal property.

Flowers - All specimens must be grown by exhibitor only and be in exhibitor's possession at least 3 months. Only one exhibit per person may be entered in any one class. Exhibitors must furnish name of plant when making entry.

Tips - Remove the leaves that will be below the waterline. Foliage should be groomed of all dust. Do not spray with a leaf shine.

Points: 5, 4, 3

Section A: Roses

     Class     1     Hybrid Tea - 1 stem

                  2     Floribunda - 1 spray

                  3     Climber - 1 specimen not to exceed 24"

Section B: Geraniums - 1 stem

     Class     1 

Section C: Chrysanthemums - 1 stem

     Class     1

Section D: Zinnias - 1 bloom

     Class     1

Section E: Daisies - 1 bloom

     Class     1     Shasta

                  2     Gerbera

Section F: Marigolds - 1 stem

     Class     1     Large type

                  2     Medium type

                  3     Miniature

Section G: Hydrangeas - 1 bloom

     Class     1

Section H: 1. Other Flowers - 1 bloom (Exhibitors may enter up to three (3) "other" flowers, as long as each one is of a different species.) Exhibitor must specify.

Section I: Begonias

     Class     1     Angel Wing

                  2     Dragon Wing

                  3     Wax

                  4     Strawberry

                  5     Other (specify)

Section J: Philodendron

     Class     1     Plant

Section K: Cacti and Other Succulents

     Class     1     Plant

Section L: Ornamental

     Class     1     Flowering

                  2     Non-flowering

Section M: African Violets

     Class     1     Standard

                  2     Miniature

Section N: Ferns

     Class     1     Fish tail

                  2     Asparagus

                  3     Boston

Section O: Mixed Plants*

Section P: Herbs

     Class     1     Sweet basil

                  2     Lemon basil

                  3     Purple ruffle

                  4     Oregano

                  5     Cinnamon basil

                  6     Rosemary

                  7     Thyme

                  8     Chives

                  9     Sage

                  10   Dill

                  11   Finnel

                  12   Other (specify)

Section Q: Hanging Plants (no larger than 12-inch pots)

     Class     1     Flowering

                  2     Non-flowering

                  3     Mixed plants

Section R: White Butterfly

     Class     1     Specimen

Section S: Pothos

     Class     1     Plants

Section T: Ivy

     Class     1     England

                  2     German

                  3     Creeping fig

Section U: Bromelaids

     Class     1    

Other Plants (Exhibitors may enter up to three (3) plants in the "other" class, as long as each one is of a different species.)

EXHIBITOR MUST SPECIFY

*More than one type plant per pot

**Note: All hanging baskets must be equipped with rings and hooks for hanging. Total length must not exceed 5 feet.

Department 13 - Senior Food Preservation

All containers must be labeled with the following information:

Product _____________________________________

Canning Method

     1. Pressure ________ # lbs. _________ minutes

     2. Water Bath ___________ minutes

     3. Other, Explain __________________________

Department 14 - Junior Food Preservation
When you are using your jar filler, get used to where these marks are on your filler, just to the bottom of it is 1 inch. The more you can, knowing where your headspace marks are, just comes naturally.

 

Food Preservation - All entries must be canned by exhibitor only. Dehydrated foods should be displayed in quart jar. All canned foods must be in standard clear glass canning jars with self-sealing, two-piece lids. Jars must have a vacuum seal (except jars containing dried products). Appropriate head space requirements must be followed.

FRUITS                    1/2 INCH;

FRUIT JUICES           1/4 INCH;

TOMATOES             1/2 INCH;

VEGETABLES           1 TO 1 1/2 INCH;

SWEET SPREADS      1/4 INCH;

PICKLES                  1/2 INCH

Canning jar size must be consistent with USDA guidelines:

FRUITS & VEGETABLES - PINTS OR QUARTS

FRUIT JUICE - PINTS, QUARTS OR HALF GALLONS

TOMATOES - PINTS OR QUARTS

SWEET SPREADS - HALF PINTS OR PINT JARS

PICKLES - PINTS OR QUARTS

RELISHES - HALF PINTS OR PINTS

POINTS: 5, 4, 3

Section A: Canned Fruits

     Class     1     Apples

                  2     Applesauce

                  3     Blackberries

                  4     Blueberries

                  5     Plums

                  6     Pears

                  7     Peaches

                  8     Other Fruits (specify)

                  9     Fruit Juice, Light

                  10   Fruit Juice, Dark

                  11   Other Fruit Juices (specify)

Section B: Canned Vegetables

     Class     1     Beets

                  2     Beans, cut green

                  3     Beans, lima

                  4     Beans, pinto

                  5     Corn (whole kernel)

                  6     Hominy

                  7     Kraut

                  8     Peas, Field

                  9     Soup Mixture

                  10   Squash

                  11   Tomatoes, cut

                  12   Tomatoes, stewed

                  13   Tomatoes, Juiced

                  14   Tomatoes, Ro-tel

                  15   Other Vegetables (specify)

Section C: Pickles

     Class     1     Beet

                  2     Bread and Butter

                  3     Dill Cucumber

                  4     Dill Vegetable

                  5     Kosher Dill

                  6     Green Tomato

                  7     Apple Rings

                  8     Gherkin

                  9     Lime

                  10   Mixed Vegetable

                  11   Okra

                  12   Peppers, sliced

                  13   Peppers, whole

                  14   Pickled Peaches

                  15   Sweet Cucumber

                  16   Watermelon Rind

                  17   Squash, Yellow

                  18   Squash, Zucchini

                  19   Canned dill

                  20   Can sweet

                  21   Other Pickles (specify)

Section D: Relishes

     Class     1     Catsup

                  2     Corn

                  3     Chili Sauce

                  4     Chow - Chow

                  5     Cucumber

                  6     Green Tomato

                  7     Picante

                  8     Tomato

                  9     Pepper

                  10   Pickle

                  11   Pizza Sauce

                  12   Salsa

                  13   Squash

                  14   Sandwich Spread

                  15   Other Relishes (specify)

Section E: Jellies

     Class     1     Apple

                  2     Blackberry

                  3     Crabapple

                  4     Dewberry

                  5     Elderberry

                  6     Grape

                  7     Peach

                  8     Plum

                  9     Mayhaw

                  10   Muscadine

                  11   Pepper

                  12   Other Jellies (specify)

Section F: Jams

     Class     1     Blackberry

                  2     Figs

                  3     Strawberry

                  4     Blueberry

                  5     Peach

                  6     Plum

                  7     Mixture Combination

                  8     Other Jams (specify)

Section G: Preserves

     Class     1     Fig

                  2     Peach

                  3     Pear

                  4     Strawberry

                  5     Watermelon Rind

                  6     Other (specify)

Section H: Sweet Spreads

     Class     1     Apple Butter

                  2     Mixed Fruit Butter

                  3     Peach Butter 

                  4     Plum Butter

                  5     Marmalades

                  6     Pear Honey

                  7     Chutneys

                  8     Other Sweet Spreads (specify)

Section I: Dried Fruits

     Class     1     Apples

                  2     Figs

                  3     Peaches

                  4     Pears

                  5     Blueberries

                  6     Other (specify)

Section J: Dried Vegetables

     Class     1     Soup Mixtures

                  2     Tomatoes

                  3     Corn

                  4     Peppers

                  5     Herbs

                  6     Other (specify)

Section K: Pie Filling

     Class     1     Apple

                  2     Peach

                  3     Strawberry 

                  4     Other (specify)

Section L: Canned Nuts

     Class     1     Pecans

                  2     Walnuts

                  3     Other (specify)

JUDGING GUIDELINE - Food Preservation

FRUITS

Texture - Firm, yet tender, characteristic of tree ripe. Edge of fruit smooth. Free from dark places, peel pieces, seed or sediment of any kind. Free from mushiness or fruit pulp.

Uniformity - Pieces of same size and shape. Color even throughout. Color characteristic of ripe fruit. Syrup clear.

Pack - Good proportion of liquid and solids. Liquid covers product packed to within one-half inch of top, no floating fruit. Single pack for peaches, pears, and apples.

Container - Standard canning jar (pint or quart). Jar and lid clean and polished. Lids free from rust. Label 1/4 inch from the bottom of jar on plain side.

VEGETABLES

Maturity of Product - Young and tender. Free from strings, fiber, large stems, cores, developed beans, white streaks, or starchiness

Pack - Jars filled to within 1 to 1/2 inches of top, depending on headspace for that vegetable. Liquid clear, free from unnatural cloudiness, and over the product. Good proportion of liquid and solids. No sediment in the bottom of the jar.

Uniformity - Pieces of the same size and shape. Even color throughout. Color characteristic of the product.

Texture - Vegetables should hold their shape and not appear mushy, overcooked. No split beans or peas.

Container - Standard canning jars (pint or quart). Clear glass, clean. Lid free from rust. Correctly labeled (on plain side opposite brand name on jar - 1/4 inch from bottom of jar).

Department 15 - Senior Field Crops
Department 16 - Junior Field Crops

Horticulture Exhibits must be entered in grower's name.

Note: Horticulture includes fresh items. Dried items, such as dry beans or dehydrated fruits and vegetables, will be entered in the Food Preservation Department.

POINTS: 5, 4, 3

Section A: Fruit and Nuts

     Class     1     Apples (plate of 3)

                  2     Cantaloupe

                  3     Figs (plate of 6)

                  4     Muscadines (1 qt. jar)

                  5     Pears (plate of 3)

                  6     Watermelon (1)

                  7     Peanuts, large variety (1 qt. jar)

                  8     Pecans (1 quart unshelled)

                  9     Other (specify)

Section B: Crops

     Class     1     Corn, white or yellow (3 ears)

                  2     Popcorn, any variety (3 ears)

                  3     Ornamental Corn (3 ears)

                  4     Cotton, mounted exhibit or stock (3 bolls)

                  5     Hay (square bale)

                  6     Grain, any variety ( 1 qt. jar)

                  7     Grain Sorghum (3 heads)

                  8     Cane, Sorghum or Ribbon (3 stalks)

                  9     Sunflower (1)

Section C: Other

     Class     1     Eggs, white (plate of 6)

                  2     Eggs, brown (plate of 6)

                  3     Eggs, arcona (green) (plate of 6)

                  4     Sorghum Molasses (1 quart)

                  5     Other (EXHIBITOR MUST SPECIFY)

Section D: Vegetables 

     Class     1     Beans, lima (plate of 24 pods)

                  2     Beans, green (plate of 24 pods)

                  3     Beans, lima, dried (1 qt.)

                  4     Beans, pinto, dried (1 qt.)

                  5     Cucumbers (plate of 3)

                  6     Cushaw (1)

                  7     Eggplant (plate of 3)

                  8     Garlic (plate of 3 bulbs)

                  9     Grapes (1 bunch)

                  10   Okra (plate of 5 pods)

                  11   Onions (plate display of 3)

                  12   Peas, green (plate of 12 pods)

                  13   Peas, dried (1 quart jar)

                  14   Persimmons, Japanese (plate of 3)

                  15   Pepper, Banana (plate of 5)

                  16   Pepper, Bell (plate of 3)

                  17   Pepper, Jalapeno (plate of 5)

                  18   Pepper, Pimento (plate of 5)

                  19   Peppers, Cayenne (plate of 5)

                  20   Peppers, Chili (plate of 5)

                  21   Pomegranates (plate of 3)

                  22   Potatoes, red (plate of 3)

                  23   Potatoes, white (plate of 3)

                  24   Sweet potatoes (plate of 3)

                  25   Pumpkin (1)

                  26   Squash, acorn (plate of 3)

                  27   Squash, butternut

                  28   Squash, yellow (plate of 3)

                  29   Squash, zucchini (plate of 3)

                  30   Gourds, decorative (5)

                  31   Gourds, large (1)

                  32   Tomatoes (plate of 5)

                  33   Turnips (plate of 5)

                  34   4-H Garden in a Tub produce

                  35   4-H Garden in a Tub journal

Department 17 - Senior Household Arts
Department 18 - Junior Household Arts

Needlework - Entries must be made by person entering the exhibit and must have been completed within the past year. Kits may be used or copied. Patterns may be used. Originals may be so labeled. The decision of the judges is final.

POINTS: 5, 4, 3

Section A: Household Linens

     Class     1     Place Mats (1 only)

                  2     Tablecloth

                  3     Table Scarves

                  4     Casserole Cover/Bun Warmer

                  5     Pot Holder

                  6     Pillowcase

                  7     Towel (Guest/Dish/Bath)

                  8     Any Other (Exhibitor must specify)

Section B: Pillows

     Class     1     Crochet

                  2     Knitted

                  3     Patchwork

                  4     Smocked

                  5     Appliqueed

                  6     Fancy Needlework

                  7     Quilted

                  8     Any other (specify)

Section C: Crochet

     Class     1     Baby Set (cap, booties, jacket)

                  2     Afghan, Large (over 48"x60") one piece

                  3     Afghan, Large (over 48"x60") blocks

                  4     Afghan, small - one piece

                  5     Afghan, small - blocked

                  6     Bedspread

                  7     Tablecloth

                  8     Doily

                  9     House Shoes

                  10   Accessory Items (hats, gloves, purse, etc.)

                  11   Collars

                  12   Baby Booties

                  13   Baby Cap or Hat

                  14   Sweater/Vest

                  15   Doll Clothes

                  16   Potholder, Dish Towel, Kitchen Accessory

                  17   Any Other (Exhibitor must specify)

Section D: Knitting

     Class     1     Baby Clothing

                  2     Afghan/Bedspread

                  3     Vest/Sweater

                  4     House Shoes

                  5     Accessory Item (hat, gloves, handbag, etc.)

                  6     Leg Warmers

                  7     Any Other (specify)

Section E: Creative Stitchery/Crewel Embroidery

     Class     1     Mounted

                  2     Unmounted

                  3     Pillow

                  4     Original Design

                  5     Any Other (specify)

Section F: Creative Stitchery/Counted Cross Stitch

Hardanger 22 - Aida 18 - Aida 16 - Aida 14 - Aida 11 (Identify which size cloth on exhibit tag and form.)

     Class     1     Large - 25-48", Country Scene

                  2     Large - 25-48", Samplers

                  3     Large - 25-48", Written Quotes

                  4     Medium - 13-24", Country Scene

                  5     Medium - 13-24", Samplers

                  6     Medium - 13-24", Written Quotes

                  7     Small - 12" or under, Country Scene

                  8     Small - 12" or under, Samplers

                  9     Small - 12" or under, Written Quotes

                  10   Christmas (small, medium, large)

                  11   Grouping (2 or more pieces)

                  12   Christmas Stocking

                  13   Wall Hanging

                  14   Miniature Item, unmounted

                  15   Pillow

                  16   Any other (specify)

Section G: Creative Stitchery/Cross Stitch over two fabric threads

     Class     1     Linen

                  2     All other fabric threads (specify)

Section H: Creative Stitchery/Needlepoint

     Class     1     Mounted

                  2     Unmounted

                  3     Pillow

                  4     Original Design

                  5     Any other (specify)

Section I: Creative Stitchery/Candlewick

     Class     1     Mounted

                  2     Unmounted

                  3     Pillow

                  4     Original Design

                  5     Christmas Item

                  6     Any other (specify)

Section J: Creative Stitchery/Plastic Canvas Needlepoint

     Class     1     Tissue Cover

                  2     Wall hanging

                  3     Grouping (3 or more pieces)

                  4     Magnet

                  5     Vase/Box

                  6     Christmas Item 

                  7     Any other (specify)

Section K: Creative Stitchery/Misc. Stitchery

     Class     1     Tatting

                  2     Lace net darning

                  3     Battenberg lace

                  4     Regular embroidery

                  5     Ribbon embroidery

                  6     Any other

Section L: Quilting

     Class     1     Self hand pieced and hand quilted

                  2     Self hand pieced and quilted by other

                  3     Self hand pieced and tied

                  4     Self machine pieced and hand quilted

                  5     Self machine pieced and machine quilted

                  6     Self machine pieced and quilted by self

                  7     Self machine pieced and quilted by other

                  8     Self machine pieced and machine quilted by other

                  9     Self machine pieced and tied

                  10   Self hand appliqued and hand quilted

                  11   Self hand appliqued and quilted by other

                  12   Self machine appliqued and hand quilted

                  13   Self machine appliqued and machine quilted

                  14   Self machine appliqued and quilted by other

                  15   Self hand-embroidered and hand quilted

                  16   Self hand-embroidered and machine quilt

                  17   Self hand-embroidered and tied

                  18   Self machine-embroidered

                  19   Whole cloth quilt (no pieced)

                  20   Crazy quilt with hand embroidery

                  21   Un-quilted coverlet (Cathedral window, etc.)

                  22   Any other (Exhibitor must specify)

Section M: Quilt Tops

     Class     1     Appliqued

                  2     Patchwork

                  3     Embroidered

                  4     Cross-stitched

Section N: Related Quilting

     Class     1     Crib quilt - Appliqued

                  2     Crib quilt - Pieced

                  3     Household items (pillows, place mat, etc.)

                  4     Quilted apparel

                  5     Christmas Stocking

                  6     Wall hanging

                  7     Holiday item

                  8     Unquilted coverlets (Cathedral windows, tied, etc.)

                  9     Any other (Exhibitor must specify)

Section O: Rugs

     Class     1     Braided

                  2     Latch-hooked (original design)

                  3     Latch-hooked (commercial kit)

                  4     Any other not listed (specify)

Section P: Weaving

     Class     1     Tapestry

                  2     Rug Weaving

                  3     Any other not listed (specify)

Department 19 - Senior Photography
Department 20 - Junior Photography

Please enter only one per class.

Exhibit open to amateur photographers only and must be the original work of the exhibitor and not previously shown in the Southwest Arkansas District Show. All photographs must be 5"x7" or larger and mounted on 11"x14" mats. Photographs eligible for state exhibit must be 8"x10". No framed pictures allowed. Best of Show, cash awards, and ribbons will be given in both divisions (black and white/color). Photo entries must have the exhibitor's tag securely fastened to the exhibit so that it hangs on the upper left hand corner of the mat. Tags should be attached with string and taped to the back of the mount. No lettering is permitted on the front of the mount or on the photo. Junior Division will follow the same guidelines. Youth in grades 1 through 12. Place a "J" before ALL Junior entries.

Section A: Photography (Camera or Digital)

     Class     1     Portrait - Black and white (a likeness of a person)

                  2     Portrait - Direct color

                  3     Landscape - Black and white (a picture representing natural scenery)

                  4     Landscape - Direct color

                  5     Seascape - Black and white (a picture representing a marine view)

                  6     Seascape - Direct color

                  7     Snowscape - Black and white

                  8     Snowscape - Direct color

                  9     Sunset - Black and white

                  10   Sunset - Direct color

                  11   Still life - Black and white (a representation of inanimate objects such as flower                                              arrangements, vases, etc.)             

                  12   Still life - Direct color

                  13   Special effects - Black and white (a picture with peculiar or distinguishing characteristics as                              the result of the photographer.)

                  14   Special effects - Direct color

                  15   Animals - Black and white

                  16   Animals - Direct color

                  17   Candid - Black and white

                  18   Candid - Direct color

                  19   Flower - Black and white

                  20   Flower - Direct color

                  21   Nature - Black and white

                  22   Nature - Direct color

                  23   Architecture Bldg. - Black and  white

                  24   Architecture Bldg. - Direct color

                  25   Humorist - Black and white

                  26   Humorist - Direct color

                  27   Child or children - Black and white

                  28   Child or children - Direct color

                  29   Any other photograph - Black and white

                  30   Any other photograph - Direct color

Department 21 - Senior Floral Arrangements
Department 22 - Junior Floral Arrangements

Includes arrangements, wreaths, wall hangings, etc. in which flowers and greenery (fresh or artificial) are used as a major part of the item. Entries must be made by person entering the exhibit and must have been completed within the past year.

The decision of the judge is final.

Section A: 

     Class     1     Crescent design

                  2     Triangular design

                  3     Mass arrangement

                  4     Holiday arrangement

                  5     Any other (specify)

Department 61 - Senior Home Furnishings
Department 62 - Junior Home Furnishings

Section A: Basketry

     Class     1     Bun Basket

                  2     Round or egg shape

                  3     Market basket

                  4     Fireside basket

                  5     Creative twist basket

                  6     Any other (specify)

Section B: Beading

     Class     1     Wall hanging

                  2     Jewelry

                  3     Apparel

                  4     Any other (specify)

Department 63 - Senior Hobbies
Department 64 - Junior Hobbies

Section A: Insect Collection

     Class     1     Collection of insects

Department 65 - Senior Apiary
Department 66 - Junior Apiary

Section A: Any (specify)

     Class     1     Honey, with comb

                  2     Honey, without comb