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General Rules, Exhibits and Information

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GENERAL RULES

 

1.  The 2023 Fair will be held at New Kent Middle School on August 12th.

2.  Exhibits will be open:  Saturday:  10:00 AM – 5:00 PM.

3.  Home and Garden exhibits will be accepted Thursday, August 10th, between 3:00 PM and 8:00 PM. NO EXHIBITS WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER 8:00 PM THURSDAY, except fresh flowers and baked goods for which entry cards have been entered on Thursday.  These entries may be brought between 9 AM and 10 AM on Friday, August 11th.

4.  All exhibits must be listed on an entry form and have an entry tag attached.  Call 932-3155 if you would like entry tags before Thursday.  You can also receive your exhibitor’s number at this number.  PLEASE LIST ENTRIES ON THE SHEET IN NUMERICAL ORDER BY CATEGORIES.

5.  No home or garden exhibits are to be removed, eaten, or handled until 5:00 PM Saturday and must be removed by 7:00 PM on Saturday.

6.  All exhibits must have been completed or grown by the exhibitor since last year’s fair.  Any exhibitor may enter any or all categories in each class as desired.  However, an individual may not enter two of the same item, either in the same category or by putting one in one category and another of the same kind in another category.  Under exhibitor’s choice, enter ONLY unusual items not found in the fair entry list.  Up to three items may be entered in each exhibitor’s choice category, provided each is a distinctly different item not otherwise listed.

7.  Each exhibitor must enter as either a resident or non-resident of New Kent County.   All exhibits must be completed only by the exhibitor.  All exhibits will be judged in two groups:  Adult and Youth.  Youth age groups are 5-8 years, 9-13 years, and 14-19 years.  (Age as of August 6.)

8.  There are special exhibits open only for youth in the younger age groups of 5-8 and 9 -13.

9.  The number of specimens to be displayed in each entry is clearly stated.  This should be adhered to by the exhibitor.

10.  Judging will begin in all departments on Friday at 10:00 A.M.  No spectators will be allowed in the exhibit area during judging. 

11.  Care will be taken to protect exhibits daily, but the committee will not assume responsibility for loss or damage either to person or property.  Under these conditions only, are exhibits accepted.

12.  Youth and Adult awards will be: 1st- Blue Ribbon, $1.00 cash, 4 points; 2nd – Red Ribbon, 50ȼ cash, 3 points; 3rd – White Ribbon, 25ȼ cash, 2 points.  If any item is outstanding in its class, a “Best in Show” ribbon will be awarded, $3.00 cash, and 6 points. 

13.  1st, 2nd, and 3rd place Sweepstakes Ribbons will be given to the three people (youth and adult) earning the largest number of points.  Only New Kent residents will be eligible for sweepstakes award ribbons.

14.  Cash awards and ribbons may be picked up  5:00 PM – 6:00PM on Saturday.

 

 

DIVISION A - FARM EXHIBITS

The number of specimens is listed. Please exhibit only that number.

Class I, Field Crops

1          Corn, 5 ears-white

2          Corn, 5 ears-yellow            

3          Hay (1/4 bale), Lespedeza  

4          Hay (1/4 bale), Mixed

5          Hay (1/4 bale), St. Alfalfa    

6          Small Grain-1 qt. Barley

7          Small Grain-1 qt. Oats

8          Small Grain-1 qt. Rye

9          Small Grain-1 qt. Wheat

10        Small Grain-1 hd. Sunflower

11         Soybeans-4 stalks any variety

12        Tobacco

13        Cotton

14        Field Crops-Exhibitor’s Choice

 

DIVISION A - Class II, Fruits

15        Apples-5 Red

16        Apples-5 Yellow

17        Apples-5 Green

18        Blackberries-1pt. (in jar)

19        Figs (fresh) 5

20       Grapes-3 bunches Chardonnay

21        Grapes-3 bunches Norton

22       Grapes-3 bunches Merlot

23       Huckleberries-1 pt. (in jar)

24       Peaches-5

25       Pears-5

26       Plums-5 Red

27       Plums-5 Purple

28       Raspberries-1 pt. (in jar)

29       Fruit-Exhibitor's Choice

DIVISION A - Class III, Home Garden

30        Beets-5

31         Broccoli-1 bunch

32        Cabbage-1 head Green

33        Cabbage-1 head Red

34        Cabbage-1 head Chinese

35        Carrots-5

36        Cauliflower-1 head

37        Corn-5 ears ornamental

38        Corn-5 ears Popcorn

39        Corn-5 ears Miniature

40        Corn-Sugar-5 ears White

41         Corn-Sugar-5 ears Yellow

42        Cucumbers-3 large

43        Cucumbers-5 Pickling

44        Eggplant-1

45        Garlic- 3 bulbs

46        Gourds- Ornamental – 3 or more

47        Greens-1 plate

48        Herb - 1 single in clear glass container with water

49        Herbs - a collection of at least 3, in clear glass container with water

50        Lettuce-1 head

51         Lettuce-1 plate leaf

52        Lima Beans-1 pt lg shelled (in jar)

53        Lima Beans-1 pt sm shelled (in jar)

54        Lima Beans-Plate/ 6 large pods

55        Lima Beans-Plate/ 6 small pods

56        Lima Beans-Plate/6 purple pods

57        Okra-5 on a plate

58        Onions-5 on a plate

59        Parsnips-5 on a plate

60        Peanuts-Plate of 25

61         Peas-Blackeye-1 pt. shelled, in jar

62        Peas-Blackeye-Plate of 6 pods

63        Peas-Crowder-1 pt shelled in jar

64        Peas-Crowder- Plate of 6 pods

65        Peppers-5 Banana – on a plate

66        Peppers-5 hot – on a plate

67        Peppers- 5 Jalapeno – on a plate

68        Peppers-5 Sweet Green–on plate

69        Peppers-5 Sweet Red – on plate

70        Peppers-5 Other – on a plate

71        Potatoes-Irish-5 red on Plate

72        Potatoes-Irish-5 white on Plate

73        Potatoes-Sweet-5 red on Plate

74        Potatoes-Sweet-5 white on Plate

75        Pumpkin-1 regular

76        Pumpkin- 3 mini on Plate

77        Rutabagas-3

78        Squash- 2 Acorn

79        Squash- 2 Butternut

80        Squash-1 Cushaw

81         Squash- 3 white

82        Squash - 3 yellow

83        Squash-3 green Zucchini

84        Squash-3 yellow Zucchini

85        String Beans-Green Plate/ 10

86        String Beans-Wax- Plate/ 10

87        Tomatoes-cherry/Plate/ 5

88        Tomatoes-5 pear

89        Tomatoes- 5 red

90        Tomatoes-5 yellow

91         Turnips-5

92        Melon-Cantaloupe-1

93        Melon-Crenshaw-1

94        Melon-Honey Dew-1

95        Melon-ice box-1

96        Watermelon-1 long

97        Watermelon-1 round

98        Home Garden-Exhibitor’s Choice

DIVISION A - Class IV, Poultry Products

 99       Eggs-1 dozen-brown

100      Eggs-1 dozen- white

101       Eggs-1 dozen-Bantam

102      Eggs-1 dozen-Duck

103      Eggs-Other

DIVISION B - HOME EXHIBITS

DIVISION B - Class I, Art

Pottery

107     Pottery (hand built)

108     Pottery (wheel-thrown)

109     Sculpture-Clay

110      Sculpture-Metal

111       Sculpture-other

112      Ceramic-Porcelain-Figurine

113      Ceramic-Utility piece

Drawing/Coloring

114      Coloring Book picture

115      Drawing-Charcoal      

116      Drawing-Mixed Media

117      Drawing-Pastel

118      Drawing-Pen & Ink-scene

119      Drawing-Pen&Ink-portrait

120     Drawing-Pen&Ink-animal

121      Drawing-Colored Pencil-scene

122     Drawing-Color Pencil-portrait

123     Drawing-Color Pencil-animal

124     Drawing-Lead Pencil-scene

125     Drawing-Lead Pencil-portrait

126     Drawing-Lead Pencil-animal

Graphic Art

127     Graphic Art-Etchings

128     Graphic Art-Lithograph

129     Graphic Art-Stencil

130     Graphic Art-Woodblock

Painting-Acrylic

131      Painting-Acrylic-Abstract

132      Painting-Acrylic-Animals

133      Painting-Acrylic-Birds/Butterflies/Insects

134      Painting-Acrylic-Flower(s)

135      Painting-Acrylic-Landscape

136      Painting-Acrylic-Patriotic

137      Painting-Acrylic-Portrait

138      Painting-Acrylic-Waterscape

139      Painting-Acrylic-Still Life

140      Painting-Acrylic-Exhibitor’s Choice

Painting-Oil

141      Painting-Oil-Abstract

142      Painting-Oil-Animals

143      Painting-Oil-Birds/Butterflies/Insects

144      Painting-Oil-Flower(s)

145      Painting-Oil-Landscape

146      Painting-Oil-Patriotic

147      Painting-Oil-Portrait

148      Painting-Oil-Waterscape

149      Painting-Oil-Still Life

150      Painting-Oil-Exhibitor’s Choice

Painting-Water Color

151      Water Color- Abstract

152      Water Color-Animal

153      Water Color- Birds/Butterfly-Insect

154      Water Color- Flower(s)

155      Water Color- Landscape

156      Water Color- Patriotic

157      Water Color- Portrait

158      Water Color- Waterscape

159      Water Color-Still Life

160      Water Color- Exhibitor’s Choice

Painting-Mixed Media

161      Mixed Media-scene

162      Mixed Media-portrait

163      Mixed Media-animal

Digital Art

164      Digital Art – Landscape

165      Digital Art – Animal(s)

166      Digital Art – Portrait

167      Digital Art – Comics

Art

168      Art-Exhibitor’s Choice

 

 

DIVISION B - Class II, Photography (non-professional)

Note: Single pictures (except for numbers 289-293) no larger than 5 X 7”. Each picture should be mounted on appropriately-sized paper product with-out glass or frame.  NO computer-enhanced photography is allowed. All photographs must have been taken since August 5, 2022.

 

COLOR

Animal

200      That fly (birds/insects, etc)

201      Farm or zoo

202      Pet

203      Water (inc fish)

204      Wild

Artistic

205      Reflections

206      Shadows

207      Still life

208      Exhibitor’s Choice

Activities

209      Athletic

210      Human interest

211      Religious

212      Work-related

Building

213      Any Building

214      Architectural detail-window, door, column, etc.

Events

215     Athletic

216      New Kent County

217      Parade

218      Party

219      Wedding

Holidays

220      Christmas

221      Easter

222      4th of July

223      Memorial Day

224      Other

Portraits

225      Child

226      Adult

227      Adults-2 or more

228      Children –2 or more

229      Mixed group

Scenes

230      Agricultural

231      Beach

232      City

233      Fence(s)

234      Flag(s)

235      Flower(s)

236      Fountain(s)

237      Monument/Statue

238      Mountain(s)

239      New Kent County

240      Water

241      Snow/Ice

242      Skyline

243      Sunrise/Sunset

244      General-any scene not listed above

Vehicles

245      Land vehicle(s)

246      Water vehicle(s)

247      Air vehicle(s)

BLACK AND WHITE (Photos entered here may not be entered in color category.)

Animals

248      That fly (birds/insects, etc)

249      Farm & zoo

250      Pet

251      Water (inc fish)

252      Wild

Artistic

253      Reflections

254      Shadows

255      Still life

256      Exhibitor’s Choice

Activities

257      Athletic

258      Human interest

259      Religious

260      Work-related

Building

261      Any Building

262      Architectural detail-window, door, column, etc.

Events

263      Athletic

264      New Kent County

265      Parade

266      Party

267      Wedding

Portraits

268      Child

269      Adult

270      Adults-2 or more

271      Children –2 or more

272      Mixed group

Scenes

273      Agricultural

274      City

275      Fence(s)

276      Flag(s)

277      Flower(s)

278      Fountain(s)

279      Monument/Statue

280      Mountain(s)

281      New Kent County

282      Water

283      Snow/Ice

284      Skyline

285      General-any scene not listed

Vehicles

286      Land vehicle(s)

287      Water vehicle(s)

288      Air vehicle(s)

Groups

289      A group of 2-5 color photos of nature mounted on one board

290      A group of 2-5 color photos of scenes mounted on one board

291      A group of 2-5 color photos of activities/events mounted on one board.

292      A group of 2-6 black and white photos mounted on one board

293      A group of 2-6 photos (color or black and white) of New Kent County scenes or events

DIVISION B - Class III, Sewing

300      Infant’s Wear

301      Child’s Casual Wear

302      Child’s Formal Wear

303      Child’s Dress

304      Adult’s Wedding Dress

305      Adult’s Formal Dress

306      Adult man’s Garment

307      Adult woman’s Garment

308      Adult man’s Casual Wear

309      Adult woman’s casual wear

310      Apron, any style

311      Smocked clothing

312      Pillow

313      Period costume

314      Purse

315      Flag or Banner

316      Curtains/Drapes

317      Place mat(s)/Table Runner

318      Other Household Article

319      Doll’s Outfit

320      Exhibitor’s Choice

 

DIVISION B - Class IV, Crafts

400      Basket-Reed

401      Basket-Other

402      Bath & Beauty – cosmetic

403      Bath & Beauty – skin care

404      Bath & Beauty – soap/scrub

405      Beaded Art

406      Bookmark

407      Button Art

408      Candle

409      Christmas Angel

410      Christmas Centerpiece

411      Christmas Door Decoration

412      Christmas Stocking

413      Christmas Tree Ornament

414      Christmas Tree Skirt

415      Christmas Wall Hanging

416      Christmas Wreath

417      Christmas Exhibitor’s Choice

418      Clothes Pin Art

419      Collage

420      Decoupage Box/Picture

421      Decorative Art-Trays, Shades, vases, etc.

422      Decorated Birdhouse

423      Decorated Clothing - bag

424      Decorated Clothing - shoes

425      Decorated Clothing -sweatshirt

426      Decorated Clothing -t-shirt

427      Decorated Container

428      Doll House

429      Doll House Furniture

430      Duct Tape- household item

431      Duct Tape- wearable/accessory

432      Handmade doll (dressed)

433      Handmade stuffed animal

434      Handmade stuffed toy

435      Fabric Painting-Free Hand

436      Fabric Painting-Stenciled

437      Footstool/Top

438      Handmade Flowers-Cloth

439      Handmade Flowers-metal

440      Handmade Flowers-Paper

441      Hat/decorated

442      Jewelry-Bracelet

443      Jewelry-Earrings

444      Jewelry-Necklace

445      Jewelry-Pin

446      Leather Craft

447      Macrame

448      Magnet Craft

449      Metal Craft

450      Model Boat

451      Model Car

452      Model Plane

453      Model-Exhibitor’s Choice

454      Napkin Holder

455      Pallet Art

456      Paper Craft

457      Papier Mache Item

458      Party Favor

459      Pasta Artwork

460      Picture-Dried Flower

461      Picture-Liquid Embroidery

461      Picture-Paper Cutting

463      Picture-Pressed Flowers

464      Picture-Woodburning

465      Picture-Exhibitor's Choice

466      Plastic Canvas craft

467      Pot Holder

468      Note Paper/Greeting Card

469      Refinished Furniture

470      Reupholstered Chair

471      Rug-Braided

472      Rug-Crocheted         

473      Rug-Hooked

474      Scrapbook      

475      Shell Art

476      Stained Glass

477      String Art

478      Sun Catcher

479      Tole Painting-Fabric

480      Tole Painting-Metal

481      Tole Painting-Wood

482      Toy (other than stuffed)

483      Tie Dye

484      Wall/Door Hanging

485      Woodworking-Birdhouse

486       Woodworking-Bowl/Vase

487      Woodworking-Container/Box

488      Woodworking-Decoy/Figurine

489      Woodworking-Furniture

490      Woodcarving-Scroll saw

491      Woodcarving-Chainsaw carving

492      Woodcarving -Person

493      Woodcarving – Other

493      Woodworking-Exhibitor’s Choice

494      Wreath – non-floral

495      Glass Etching-drinking glass

496      Glass Etching other

497      Craft-Exhibitor's Choice

 

 

DIVISION B - Class V, Food

Baked Goods-All entries must be made from “scratch.”  No mixes.  No bought pie crusts.

500      Biscuits-6

501      Bread-Banana Nut

502      Cinnamon Rolls-at least 6

503      Corn Bread

504      Bread-Date Nut

505       Bread-Loaf

506      Bread-Pan rolls-at least 6

507      Bread-Exhibitor's Choice

508      Muffins-any fruit (4)

509      Muffins-Bran (4)

510      Muffins-Cornmeal (4)

511      Muffins-Whole Wheat (4)

512       Muffins-Exhibitor’s Choice(4)

513      Pie/Apple

514      Pie/Cherry

515      Pie/Chocolate Chess

516      Pie/Coconut

517      Pie/Custard

518      Pie/Lemon Chess

519      Pie/Pecan

520      Pie/Sweet Potato

521      Pie/Exhibitor's Choice

 

522      Cake-Angel Food Plain

523      Cake-Applesauce

524      Cake-Caramel Layer

525      Cake-Carrot

526      Cake-Chiffon

527      Cake-Coconut Layer

528      Cake-Coffee

529      Cake-Decorated with mold

530      Cake-Decorated without mold

531      Cake-Devil's Food

532      Cake-Fruit

533      Cake-German Chocolate

534      Cake-Plain, yellow

535      Cake-Pound

536      Cake-Spice

537      Cake-Chocolate Layer, Chocolate Frosting

538      Cake-Yellow Layer, Chocolate Frosting

539      Cake-Chocolate Layer, White Frosting

540      Cake-Exhibitor’s Choice

 

541      Cupcakes-Decorated (4)

542      Cupcakes-Chocolate (4)

543      Cupcakes, Plain Iced (4)

544      Cupcakes/Exhibitor’s Choice (4)

 

545      Cookies/Bar-6 ea

546      Cookies/Brownies-6

547      Cookies/Chocolate Chip-6

548      Cookies/Christmas-6

549      Cookies/Ginger-6

550      Cookies/Molasses-6

551      Cookies/Oatmeal-6

552      Cookies/Peanut Butter-6

553      Cookies/Spice-6

554      Cookies/Sugar-6

555      Cookies/Exhibitor Choice-6

 

556      Candy-Chocolate Fudge

557      Candy-Coconut Fudge

558      Candy-Divinity

559      Candy-White Fudge

560      Candy-Mints

561      Candy-Peanut Brittle

562      Candy-Rocky Road

563      Candy-Seafoam

564      Candy-Exhibitor's Choice

 

565      Not-Quite-Homemade – any dessert which uses a cake mix as an ingredient.

 

All Canned Food:

 

1.  Should be canned in clear standard canning jars and canned since August 5, 2022.

2.  All jars should be clearly and properly labeled with name of product and date.

3.  When vacuum sealed jar lids are used, new rings should be on jars and jars should be clean.

Canned Fruit

566      Pie Filling-Any flavor

567      Apples

568      Applesauce

569      Blackberries

570      Cherries

571      Figs

572      Blueberries

573      Peaches

574      Pears

575      Plums

576      Raspberries

577      Other-not mentioned above

Dried Fruit

578      Apples

579      Bananas

580      Figs

581      Grapes

582      Peaches

583      Exhibitor’s Choice

 

Jams and Jellies

1.  Any jar may be opened at the discretion of the judges.

2.  Jelly, jams, and preserves should be in clear glass jars, vacuum- sealed, with new rings.

3.  Wax is no longer acceptable.

 

Jams

584      Blackberry

585      Blueberry

586      Cherry

587      Crab Apple

588      Damson

589      Freezer

590      Grape

591      Peach

592      Raspberry

593      Strawberry

594      Exhibitor’s Choice

 

Jelly

595      Apple

596      Blackberry

597      Cherry

598      Crab Apple

599      Elderberry

600      Grape

601      Green Pepper

602      Peach

603      Plum

604      Raspberry

605      Red Pepper

606      Strawberry

607      Exhibitor’s Choice

 

Marmalade

608      Apple

609      Orange

610      Peach

611      Tomato

612      Exhibitor’s Choice

 

Preserves

613      Apple Butter

614      Blackberry

615      Cherry

616      Damson

617      Fig

618      Grape

619      Peach

620      Raspberry

621      Strawberry

622      Tomato

623      Watermelon Rind

624      Exhibitor’s Choice     

Honey

625      Honeycomb

626      Strained

 

Juice

627      Grape

628      Tomato

629      Exhibitor’s Choice

 

Soup

630      Tomato

631      Vegetable

632      Exhibitor's Choice

 

Canned Vegetables

633      Asparagus

634      Beets

635      Blackeye Peas

636      Cabbage

637      Carrots

638      Corn

639      Eggplant

640      Green Peas

641      Leafy Greens (salad, kale)

642      Lima Beans

643      Mixed Vegetables

644      Okra

645      Potatoes, Sweet         

646      Potatoes, White

647      Spinach

648      Squash

649      String Beans/Green, Cut

650      String Beans/Green, Whole

651      String Beans/Wax, Cut

652      String Beans/Wax, Whole

653      Succotash

654      Tomatoes/Cut

655      Tomatoes/Whole

656      Exhibitor's Choice

 

Dried Foods

656      Mushrooms

657      Onions

658      Beef Jerky

659      Venison Jerky

660      Exhibitor's Choice

 

Pickles

661      Banana Pepper

662      Beets-Whole

663      Beets-Sliced

664      Bread & Butter]

665      Cauliflower

666      Crab Apple

667      Cucumber (24 hr or less)/Sliced

668      Cucumber (24 hr or less)/Whole

669      Cucumber/2-13 days/Sliced

670      Cucumber/2-13 days/Whole

671      Cucumber/14+days/Sliced

672      Cucumber/14+days/Whole

673      Dill/Bean

674      Dill/Sliced

675      Dill/Strips

676      Dill/Whole

677      Green Tomato

678      Kosher

679      Mixed

680      Okra

681      Onion

682      Peach

683      Pear

684      Pepper

685      Squash

686      Watermelon

687      Zucchini

688      Exhibitor’s Choice

 

Relish

689      Apple

690      Corn

691      Chow Chow

692      Cucumber

693      Pepper

694      Sauce/Chili

695      Sauerkraut

696       Tomato

697      Tomatoes/Paste

698      Tomatoes/Salsa

699      Tomatoes/Sauce

700      Zucchini

701      Exhibitor's Choice

 

DIVISION B - Class VI, Flowers

Single flowers with foliage should be displayed in water in clear glass containers and the foliage should not be in the water.  The display should be a single flower without bud unless the flower grows naturally in a cluster with individual stems too short to pick separately.

 

Single Specimens

725      Ageratum

726      Aster

727      Cosmos

728      Coxcomb, crested

729      Coxcomb, plumed

730      Dahlia

731      Dianthus

732      Gerbera Daisy

733       Globe Amaranth

734       Hydrangea

735      Lantana

736      Marigold, bloom under 3”

737      Marigold, bloom 3” & over   

738       Petunia

739      Rose, Floribunda

740      Rose, Hybrid Tea

741      Rose, miniature

742      Rose, bush

743      Salvia

744      Snapdragon   

745      Strawflower

746      Sunflower

747      Vinca

748      Zinnia, bloom under 3”

749      Zinnia, bloom 3” and over

750      Exhibitor's Choice

 

Flower Arrangements

Hall table arrangements can be one-sided; centerpieces should be low and symmetrical; small are no larger than 8" in any dimension. Bud vases are 1-3 flowers with foliage forming a framework for the flowers.

751      Fresh Flower/Bud Vase

752      Fresh Flowers/Centerpiece

753      Fresh Flowers/Hall Table

754      Fresh Flowers/Small

755      Fresh Flowers/Corsage

756      Dried Flowers/Centerpiece

757      Dried Flowers/Hall Table 

758       Dried Flowers/Small

759      Dried Flower/ Wreath

760      Artificial  Flower/Centerpiece

761      Artificial Flowers/Corsage

762      Artificial Flowers/Hall Table

763       Artificial Flowers/Small

764      Artificial Flower/ Wreath

765      Flower Arrangement/Exhibitor’s Choice

 

Potted Plants

Plants must have been in exhibitor’s possession for at least 3 months.

766      Hanging Basket/Foliage

767      Hanging Basket/Flowering

768      Potted Plant/Flowering

769      Potted Plant/Foliage

770      Potted Plant/Fruited

771      Bonsai

772      Succulent

773      Fairy Garden

DIVISION B - Class VII, Handiwork (no machine-embroidery)

 

Candlewicking

800      Candlewicking/Bedspread

801      Candlewicking/Pillow

802      Candlewicking/Tablecloth

803      Candlewicking/Exhibitor’s Choice

 

Crocheting

804      Crocheting/Afghan

805      Crocheting/Baby Afghan

806      Crocheting/Baby Set

807      Crocheting/Bedspread

808      Crocheting/Cap-Hat

809      Crocheting/Cape/Shawl/Poncho

810      Crocheting/Household accents

811      Crocheting/Fashion Accessory

812      Crocheting/Stole or Scarf

813      Crocheting/Sweater-Adult or Child

814      Crocheting/Tablecloth

815      Crocheting/Exhibitor’s Choice

 

Embroidery

816      Embroidery/Counted Cross Stitch/Pillow

817      Embroidery/Counted Cross Stitch/Miniature

818      Embroidery/Counted Cross Stitch/Picture

819      Embroidery/Counted Cross Stitch/Exhibitor’s Choice

820       Embroidery/Crewel/Picture

821      Embroidery/Crewel/ Other

822      Embroidery/Cross Stitch (stamped) Miniature

823      Embroidery/Cross Stitch (stamped) Picture

824      Embroidery/Cross St (stamped) Pillow/Pillow Cover

825      Embroidery/Cross Stitch (stamped) Exhibitor’s Choice

826      Embroidery/Stitchery Purse/Tote    

827      Embroidery/Stitchery/Picture

828      Embroidery/Stitchery/Pillow

829      Embroidery/Stitchery/Exhibitor's Choice

830      Embroidery/Other Needlework - picture

831      Embroidery/Other Needlework –Exhibitor’s Choice

 

Knitting

832      Knitting/Afghan

833      Knitting/Baby Set

834      Knitting/Cap-Hat

835      Knitting/Cape/Shawl/Poncho

836      Knitting/Gloves/Socks

837      Knitting/Purse/Bag

838      Knitting/Scarf or Stole

839      Knitting/Sweater

840      Knitting/Exhibitor’s Choice

841      Lace, handmade

842      Net Darning

843      Patchwork/Exhibitor’s Choice

 

Quilts – quilting must be done by the exhibitor

845      Quilt/Hand quilted/Applique

846      Quilt/Machine quilted/Applique

847      Quilt/Hand quilted/Embroidered

848      Quilt/machine quilted/Embroidered

849      Quilt/hand quilted/Piecework

850      Quilt/machine quilted/Piecework

 

Tapestry – entire canvas is worked

851      Tapestry/Bargello

852      Tapestry/Grosspoint/5-11mesh per in.

853      Tapestry/ Needlepoint/12-mesh in.  

854      Tapestry/Petite Point/19-40 mesh per in

855      Exhibitor’s Choice

 

DIVISION B - Class VIII – The “Biggest” Fruit or vegetable

900      Apple

901      Cantaloupe

902      Potato (White or Red)

903      Pumpkin

904      Tomato

905      Watermelon

 

DIVISION B - Class IX- Trash to Treasure

Any useful or decorative article made of recycled, disposable items.  Judging will be based on recycling principles, workmanship, and creativity.

906      Sculpture

907      Jewelry

908      Yard Art (statue, wind chime, bird bath, etc.)

909      Miscellaneous

 

DIVISION B - Class X – Fair Theme

910      Photo, drawing or painting of a great place to go in New Kent

 

 

SPECIAL YOUTH EXHIBITS

Youth in age groups 5 – 8 and 9 – 13 may enter any of the above categories PLUS those listed below.

 

DIVISION B - CLASS XI Special Youth Exhibits

 

920      Model Boat from kit

921      Model Car from kit

922      Model Plane from kit

923      Woodwork: car

 

924      My best box brownies: use a basic box brownie mix, but do something special to make it your own.

 

925      Junk Container: use your imagination and use any piece of junk as a planter.  Fill with dirt and live plants to create a fun and functional planter.

926      Mr. Potato Head: select any potato and create a person, using the concept of “Mr. Potato Head.”  You may purchase your potato and you may use any other materials to create your person.

 

927        Legos: use Legos to create a unique, original sculpture.  This sculpture must be presented on a hard base (plywood, cardboard, etc)

 

928        Jack o’ Lantern: using a pumpkin, create a Jack o’Lantern using paint or markers.  Do NOT cut the pumpkin and you do not have to raise the pumpkin yourself.

 

929      School poster: enter a poster you created as a school project.

 

930      Illustrated poem:  an original poem of no more than 20 lines that you have added hand-drawn artwork to the paper it is written /printed on.

 

931      Classroom project: any three-dimensional project created during the past school year.

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