Entries will be received in the arena on Thursday from 5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. and on Friday from 9:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. with the exception of Art and Photography, which will ONLY be received Thursday evening. No entries will be accepted after 12:00 p.m. on Friday. Judging will commence on Thursday at 8:30 p.m. for Photography and promptly at 12:30 p.m. on Friday for all other classes.
Exhibitors must show their membership card when dropping off and picking up exhibits. Entries MUST remain in the arena until 4:30 p.m. on Sunday and MUST be picked up by 5:00 p.m. on Sunday. Ilderton Agricultural Society’s Directors (IAS) and Volunteers are NOT responsible for exhibits left after 5:00 p.m. on Sunday.
The seven dollar ($7.00) IAS membership fee entitles the bearer to one admission ticket and the right to enter exhibits. NO ENTRY FEE or IAS MEMBERSHIP is required for Junior members (18 years of age and under) entering Junior Sections. However, if a Junior is entering an Adult/Open Section, then a membership is required and those entries MUST be on Adult/Open Entry Form.
Exhibitors are entitled to ONE entry per listed section. At the Chairperson’s discretion, sections with a large number of entries may be divided. Articles in each section must be grown/completed by exhibitor since the 2018 Ilderton Fair.
Judges and committees have full power to place articles in their proper classes.
NOTE: Please cover name on any signed entries.
NOTE: ITEMS ENTERED MUST BE UNUSED/UNWORN (with the exception of Reduce, Reuse, Recycle items)
2020 IAS Membership will be deducted from all prize winnings of $9.00 or more.
All ADULT and JUNIOR HOMECRAFT and 4-H LIFESKILLS class winners MUST pick up their prize
winnings at the Fair Office in the arena between 1:00 p.m. on Saturday and 5:00 p.m. on Sunday.
COMMITTEE: (Chair) Kristen Sybers 519-719-4971, Joan Taylor, Rhonda Persichilli, Barbara Shipley, Peggy White, Carolyn
Ideson, Ellyn Scarborough, Jo-Ann Sybers, Barbara Johnson, Della Hedley, Katherine McNaughton, Wilma Bechler, Beth
Drager, Sue Olejnik, Brenda Coughlin, Carol Small, Charlene Darel, Holli Reichert, Debbie Prohaszka, Susan Batt, Joan Clinton.
ONTARIO ASSOCIATION OF AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES ANNUAL
HAND QUILTED CHAMPIONSHIP QUILT COMPETITION ELIGIBILITY,
RULES AND REGULATIONS:
• Entries must be solely made and quilted by the exhibitor and exhibited and judged at a local Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies (OAAS) to be eligible for this competition.
• Entry quilts must be a minimum of 324” measured on the perimeter (smaller quilts will not be eligible to proceed to the next levels of competition).
• The winner’s name and pattern to be displayed at the Fair on a sign provided by OAAS.
• Judging will occur at local fairs and district levels. A Provincial Grand Champion Quilt will be selected at the Annual OAAS Convention.
• Upon making an entry into the Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies Champion Quilt Competition, the Exhibitor agrees to participate in any promotional activities related to the competition.
• The winning Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies Champion Quilt will not be eligible to compete in any future District and/or Convention OAAS competitions.
|ONTARIO ASSOCIATION OF AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES ANNUAL MACHINE QUILTED QUILT COMPETITION ELIGIBILITY, RULES AND REGULATIONS|
• Quilt must be solely made and machine quilted by the exhibitor and exhibited and judge at a local Ontario Associatio of Agricultural Societies (OAAS) Fair to be eligible fo this competition.
• Quilt to be measured on the perimeter. Total perimeter measurement to be a minimum of 324 inches Note the article can be square, rectangular etc.
• Judging will occur at local fairs and district levels. A Provincial Grand Champion Machine Quilted Quilt will be selected at the Annual Convention of OAAS.
• Upon making an entry into the Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies Machine Quilted Quilt Competition, the Exhibitor agrees to participate in any promotional activities related to the competition.
• The winning Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies Machine Quilted Quilt will not be eligible to compete in any future District and/o Convention OAAS competitions.
• The winner’s name to be displayed at the Fair on a sign provided by OAAS.
• Quilt must have visible machine quilting.
The local Homecraft Division is requested to judge a BEST OF SHOW QUILT from any of the quilt classes.
SPECIAL: BEST OF SHOW QUILT will receive an In-Store Gratuity from The Marsh Store, 10266 Ilderton Road, Coldstream
|1. Quilt, hand appliqué||15.00||10.00||8.00|
|2. Fidget Quilt, approx. 35” x 30”||15.00||10.00||8.00|
|3. Quilt, pieced, hand quilted||15.00||10.00||8.00|
|4. Quilt, pieced, machine quilted||15.00||10.00||8.00|
|5. Quilt, any style not listed above||15.00||10.00||8.00|
|6. Quilt top||15.00||10.00||8.00|
|7. Quilt, single bed, machine quilted.||15.00||10.00||8.00|
|8. Quilt, single bed, any other style||15.00||10.00||8.00|
|9. Quilted wall hanging, ready to hang||15.00||10.00||8.00|
|10. Crib Quilt, machine quilted||7.00||6.00||5.00|
|11. Crib Quilt, any other style||7.00||6.00||5.00|
|12. Lap Quilt, approx 40” x 40”.||7.00||6.00||5.00|
|13. Quilted table runner or table cloth||7.00||6.00||5.00|
|14. Any other quilted article – must contain some form of quilting||7.00||6.00||5.00|
|15. Two quilt blocks, mounted (ONLY AFFIXED ON 1 EDGE)||7.00||6.00||5.00|
SAMPLE OF MATERIAL MUST BE ATTACHED TO ENTRY TAG IN ORDER TO BE JUDGED.
|16. Child’s Dress||7.00||6.00||5.00|
|19. A home décor item (no quilts)||7.00||6.00||5.00|
|20. A Kitchen Accessory – eg: chair pad, placemat, tea cozy, etc||7.00||6.00||5.00|
|21. Any other article||7.00||6.00||5.00|
SAMPLE OF YARN MUST BE ATTACHED TO ENTRY TAG IN ORDER TO BE JUDGED.
|22. Baby’s Jacket/Sweater||7.00||6.00||5.00|
|23. Crocheted Novelty||7.00||6.00||5.00|
|24. Two Dishcloths, attached – each a different pattern||7.00||6.00||5.00|
|25. Afghan, approximately 40”x 50”||7.00||6.00||5.00|
|26. Afghan, crib or lap size||7.00||6.00||5.00|
|28. Any other article of clothing||7.00||6.00||5.00|
SAMPLE OF YARN MUST BE ATTACHED TO ENTRY TAG IN ORDER TO BE JUDGED.
|29. Afghan, approximately 40”x 50”..||7.00||6.00||5.00|
|30. Afghan, crib or lap size||7.00||6.00||5.00|
|31. Child Sweater||7.00||6.00||5.00|
|32. Baby Jacket/Sweater||7.00||6.00||5.00|
|33. Adult Sweater||7.00||6.00||5.00|
|35. Hats and Mitts||7.00||6.00||5.00|
|37. Knitted Bazaar item||7.00||6.00||5.00|
displayed in a plastic sleeve
|38. Autumn, 1 single page||7.00||6.00||5.00|
|39. Halloween, 1 single page||7.00||6.00||5.00|
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle
|40. Article made from recycled fabric (no quilts). Note the history of the fabric||7.00||6.00||5.00|
|41. Article from leftover yarn||7.00||6.00||5.00|
|42. Recycling – 1 article||7.00||6.00||5.00|
|43. Knitted or crocheted shawl/poncho||7.00||6.00||5.00|
|44. Knitted or crocheted adult vest, cardigan or shrug||7.00||6.00||5.00|
|45. Bazaar item under $10 not knitted or crocheted||7.00||6.00||5.00|
|46. Floor Mat, any kind||7.00||6.00||5.00|
|47. Cushion, any kind (originality to count)||7.00||6.00||5.00|
|48. Handmade Placemats, (2) other than woven||7.00||6.00||5.00|
|49. Embroidery, 1 article||7.00||6.00||5.00|
|50. Slippers, any material||7.00||6.00||5.00|
|51. Felted article||7.00||6.00||5.00|
|52. Counted Cross Stitch, 1 article other than a picture||7.00||6.00||5.00|
|53. Stuffed Toy, knit or crochet||7.00||6.00||5.00|
|54. Stuffed Toy, any kind safe for a small child||7.00||6.00||5.00|
|55. Homemade Jewelry, necklace||7.00||6.00||5.00|
|56. Homemade Jewelry, any other item||7.00||6.00||5.00|
|57. Handmade Wine Bottle Tote||7.00||6.00||5.00|
|58. Hobby Collection, needlework, 3 different articles attached, same technique, construction and originality to count, secured to a flat display board, not to exceed 18”x 24”||7.00||6.00||5.00|
|59. Hobby Collection, other than needlework, 3 different articles, same technique,construction and originality to count, displayed securely, not to exceed 18”x 24”||7.00||6.00||5.00|
|60. SPECIAL: HOBBY COLLECTION – Sponsored by South Lobo Women’s Institute 3 items each a different technique, displayed securely, not to exceed 18”x24”||7.00||6.00||5.00|
|61. Doily, minimum 10”.||7.00||6.00||5.00|
|62. SPECIAL: DOOR DÉCOR e.g.Wreath/Swag – Sponsored by South Lobo Women’s Institute||7.00||6.00||5.00|
|63. SPECIAL: CERAMIC – 1 article||7.00||6.00||5.00|
|64. Christmas Tree Ornament – 1 article||7.00||6.00||5.00|
|65. SPECIAL: 1 ARTICLE – USING MARY MAXIM YARN – label and sample of yarn attached||7.00||6.00||5.00|
|66. Handmade Greeting Card – Thanksgiving invitation||7.00||6.00||5.00|
|67. Handmade Greeting Card – Thank a Veteran (to be donated to Parkwood Hospital)||7.00||6.00||5.00|
|68. Handmade Greeting Card – no envelope, using multiple folding techniques||7.00||6.00||5.00|
|69. Rubber stamping, any article||7.00||6.00||5.00|
|70. Article suitable for garden decoration||7.00||6.00||5.00|
|71. Grocery/tote bag||7.00||6.00||5.00|
|72. Needlepoint, any article||7.00||6.00||5.00|
|73. Wool or felt appliquéd item||7.00||6.00||5.00|
|74. Weaving – 1 article||7.00||6.00||5.00|
|75. Diamond Dots Picture – ready to hang||7.00||6.00||5.00|
Framed and ready to hang, measurement of inside of mat to count.
|76. Counted Cross – Stitch, 8”x10” and over||10.00||8.00||6.00|
|77. Counted Cross – Stitch, under 8”x10”||10.00||8.00||6.00|
|78. Any other needlework picture||10.00||8.00||6.00|
|79. Sewing – 1 article||7.00||6.00||5.00|
|80. Knitting – 1 article.||7.00||6.00||5.00|
|81. Crochet – 1 article||7.00||6.00||5.00|
|82. SPECIAL – Sponsored by South Lobo Women’s Institute Bazaar Article, worth less than $10.00||7.00||6.00||5.00|
|83. Any Other Item not listed under 60 PLUS||7.00||6.00||5.00|
|84. Door Decor||7.00||6.00||5.00|
|85. Outdoor Decor||7.00||6.00||5.00|
|86. Centrepiece under 12” high||7.00||6.00||5.00|
|87. 2 Placemats or Table Runner.||7.00||6.00||5.00|
|88. First Verse of In Flanders Fields in Cursive writing||7.00||6.00||5.00|
Charity Begins at Home
categories 89 – 92 sponsored by Poplar Hill Lions
|89. KNIT OR CROCHET PREEMIE BLANKET, approximately 24” x 24” – to be donated to Children’s Hospital of Southwestern Ontario||10.00||8.00||6.00|
|90. PILLOWCASE – to be donated to Children’s Hospital of Southwestern Ontario||10.00||8.00||6.00|
|91. KNIT, CROCHET HAT & MITTS, OR HAT & SCARF (Adult or Child) – to be donated to the Women’s Rural Resource Centre||10.00||8.00||6.00|
|92. HANDMADE PET BLANKET, – to be donated to Lobo Animal Shelter||10.00||8.00||6.00|
|93. SPECIAL: RED SCARF – 60” x 6”– Sponsored by Melville United Church Women – to be donated to Regional HIV/AIDS Connection to be used during AIDS Awareness Week||10.00||8.00||6.00|
|94. SPECIAL: 1 CHRISTMAS PLACEMAT, QUILTED – to be donated to the VON Meals on Wheels program – Sponsored by Crossan and Campbell Insurance and Financial Advisors||10.00||8.00||6.00|
High Point Winner for 2018 – Peggy White
A bud vase and $50 will be awarded by the Homecraft Division to the exhibitor winning the highest
number of points in Class 36, Section 1– 94. Last year’s Winner is not eligible.
Once items are dropped off they must remain in the arena until scheduled pickup time of on Sunday at 4:30 p.m. and be picked up by 5:00 p.m. Sunday.