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  • 8.

    MARKET LAMB - Any breed not shown in any other class. PRIZE MONEY: $18, $14, $10, $8, $8, $8, $8, $8

  • 9.

    SPECIAL BEST FLOCK ON GROUNDS - $35.00 Donated by Ralph Bos Meats

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

$5

$4

$3

$2

$5

$4

$3

$2

$5

$4

$3

$2

$5

$4

$3

$2

$5

$4

$3

$2

$5

$4

$3

$5

$4

$3

GRAIN Class 5

Exhibits to be ready for judging by 1:00 p.m. Friday, August 12th, 2011, and not removed before 4:00 p.m., Saturday, August 13th, 2011

COMMITTEE…………Rick McCracken, Shawn McCann, Bruce Carruthers

RULES:

  • 1.

    Exhibitor MUST show grain at the Fair to qualify for prizes. Field will be judged based on exhibitor‘s home address (Strathroy-Caradoc or Ekfrid (Southwest Middlesex)) SECTION

    • 1.

      8 litres grain corn

    • 2.

      8 litres winter wheat

    • 3.

      8 litres white oats

    • 4.

      8 litres soybeans

    • 5.

      6 stalks field corn

    • 6.

      6‖ slice of baled hay

    • 7.

      8 litres chopped hay

FIELD CROP COMPETITIONS Rules: Exhibitors in section 8, 9, 10, or 11, must have their fields judged prior to Fair Day, as well as, exhibiting the corn or soybeans listed below.

Sections 8 to 11 sponsored by Brenair Farms Inc. Prize money: $ 19; $ 18; $ 17; $ 16; $ 15; $ 14; $ 13; $ 12; $ 11; $ 10.

  • 8.

    Field Corn, Strathroy-Caradoc, 4 ears of corn must be judged. Maximum of 20 points to be awarded for corn show.

  • 9.

    Field Corn, Ekfrid (Southwest Middlesex), 4 ears of corn must be judged. Maximum of 20 points to be awarded for corn show.

  • 10.

    Soybeans, Strathroy-Caradoc, 3 stalks of soybeans must be shown. Maximum of 20 points to be awarded for soybean show.

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AFGHANS & QUILTS A sample of material /yarn must be attached Prize Section: 49-53 $6.00, $4.00, $3.00

  • 48.

    Afghan-Mile a Minute Strips

  • 49.

    Afghan-crocheted

  • 50.

    Afghan- knitted

  • 51.

    Infant carriage or crib cover knitted or crocheted

Quilt block, named and mounted

  • 52.

    Crib quilt (a) pieced / appliquéd, (b) panel

  • 53.

    SPECIAL Best Afghan of sections 48, 49 & 50

· $15.00 Donated by Dorothy Kilgour Quilting Prizes Section 54-62 $10.00, $7.00, $4.00

  • 54.

    Quilt - tied

  • 55.

    Quilt - machine quilted

  • 56.

    Pieced - must be named

  • 57.

    Hand appliquéd - must be named

  • 58.

    Reversible - plain fabric-best quilting judged

  • 59.

    Wall Hanging no more than 48 in. on longest side Using any technique hand or machine quilted

  • 60.

    First quilt (never shown before) BY NOVICE

  • 61.

    Quilt top- approx. 72"by 90"

  • 62.

    Mini Quilt no longer than 12 in. on longest side ONTARIO AGRICULTURE MUSUEM QUILT COMPETITION

Best of show from sections 55,56,57,58 Please note size of Museum Quilt Competition must be 72" x 90". For complete rules call a committee member. Criteria for quilt judging are available from the needlecraft committee

CHRISTMAS CORNER Prizes for sections 63-67 $5.00 $4.00 $3.00

  • 63.

    Christmas Stocking

  • 64.

    Tree Skirt

  • 65.

    Christmas Angel, Sewn, crocheted or knitted

  • 66.

    Christmas table runner, at least 45‖ long

  • 67.

    Two Christmas place mats

INTERMEDIATE NEEDLECRAFT · 10 to 18 years- no entry fees. Prizes $4.00, $3.00, $2.00 To be eligible to win the prize for highest points in Intermediate Needlecraft, the exhibitor must show in at least 3 sections.

  • 68.

    Hand Made pillow cover with a theme i.e. Harry Potter Star Wars

  • 69.

    Draft stopper

  • 70.

    Decorate your sweater t-shirt; sew on some buttons, beads, sequins

etc.

  • 71.

    Make something "new to you" from your old jeans

  • 72.

    Pair of practical potholders

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