Afton Fair Floral Hall
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Afton Fair Floral Hall Classes

Classes for the Afton Fair Floral Hall are listed below. Additionally, you can download a PDF version of the Floral Hall Book and a PDF of the Floral Hall Entry Form Below. Be sure to read the Floral Hall Rules and Regulations.

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Department E-10 & Y-10

Section 1 - Crocheting

  1. Afghans
  2. Sweater
  3. Mittens or hat
  4. Scarf
  5. Stole, shawl, poncho or cape
  6. Baby set
  7. Other not listed

Section 2 - Knitting

  1. Tablecloth
  2. Doily
  3. Pillow cases
  4. Afghan
  5. Baby set
  6. Sweater
  7. Stole, shawl, poncho
  8. Hat or mittens
  9. Slippers
  10. Vests
  11. Dresser scarf
  12. Other not listed

Section 3 - Rugs

  1. Braided
  2. Hooked
  3. Needlepoint
  4. Other not listed

Section 4 - Smocking

  1. Pillows
  2. Wearable items
  3. Decorative
  4. Doll/Bear items
  5. Large item (54" & over)
  6. Small item (under 54")
  7. Other not listed

Section 5 - Cross Stitch

  1. Large items
  2. Small items

Section 6 - Crewel Embroidery

  1. Large item
  2. Small item

Section 7 - Machine Embroidery

  1. All items

Section 8 - Hand Embroidery

  1. All items

Section 9 - Applique

  1. Large item (54" & over)
  2. Small items (under 54")

Section 10 - Craft - Fabric

  1. Teddy Bear
  2. Dressed Animal or Doll
  3. Puppet
  4. Other not listed

Section 11 - Needle Point

  1. Needle Point
  2. Petit Point
  3. Quick Point
  4. Bargello Point

Section 12 - Weaving

  1. Swedish
  2. Ribbon weaving
  3. Yarn
  4. Patterned
  5. Other not listed

Section 13 - Decorative Painting

  1. Early American
  2. Tole Painting
  3. Adaption Modern Article
  4. On Tools
  5. Other not listed

Section 14 - Fabric Painting

  1. Clothing items
  2. Household Accessories
  3. Handbag, tote, backpack
  4. Other not listed

Section 15 - Stenciling

  1. Wood
  2. Cloth
  3. Metal
  4. Other not listed

Section 16 - Calligraphy

  1. Item of 20 words or more
  2. Items under 20 words
  3. Other not listed

Section 17 - Leather Craft

  1. Undecorated
  2. Painted
  3. Carved
  4. Tooled or embossed

Section 18 - Wood Finishing

  1. Oil Finish
  2. Sealer
  3. Varnish
  4. Refinished in Paint

Section 19 - Wood Craft

  1. Window or Porch Box
  2. Inlaid wooden item
  3. Caning, splint
  4. Caning, in chair, seat or back
  5. Bird House or Bird Feeder
  6. Sculpture (matchstick or toothpick)
  7. Balsa wood item
  8. Small household item
  9. Toy
  10. Wood burning
  11. Musical instrument
  12. Other not listed

Section 20 - Metal Craft

  1. Decorative
  2. Useful

Section 21 - Porcelain

  1. Jewelry (2 pieces)
  2. Cup or Saucer
  3. Plate
  4. Figurine
  5. Beginner Doll (After 1980)
  6. Intermediate Painted Eye Doll (After 1980)
  7. Intermediate Glass-Eye Doll (After 1980)

Section 22 - Ceramics

  1. Fire glazes
  2. Stains
  3. Decals
  4. Antiquing
  5. Under Glaze
  6. Razed Slip Design
  7. Razed Glaze Design
  8. Hand Molded Decorations
  9. Hand Carved Relief work
  10. Mold Adaptation
  11. Plaster Craft
  12. Pottery
  13. Other not listed

Section 23 - Carving

  1. Stone
  2. Marble
  3. Wood
  4. Other not listed

Section 24 - Macrame

  1. Decorative
  2. Useful

Section 25 - Decoupage

  1. Decorative
  2. Useful

Section 26 - Candles

  1. Molded
  2. Dipped
  3. Hand Carved
  4. Hand Painted

Section 27 - Jewelry

  1. Bead & Wire
  2. Precious Metals
  3. Gemstone
  4. Other not listed

Section 28 - Framed Themes

  1. Memorbilia
  2. Victorian
  3. Jewelry
  4. Other not listed

Section 29 - Holidays

  1. Ornaments
  2. Arrangement or centerpiece
  3. Decorated tree
  4. Other not listed

Section 30 - Table/Place Setting For Two
Table setting for two must have a theme such as picnic, children's birthday, etc. Judging is on originality, theme, color and presentation. Exhibitor must provide own card table as well as all components of exhibit. Each exhibit must include: linen, dishes and centerpiece. Other decorations are optional.

  1. Formal Setting
  2. Informal Setting
  3. Doll/Bear Setting
  4. Miniatures (total size under 8" cubic)
  5. Tea for Two

Section 31 - Recycling

  1. Recycled Paper
  2. Recycled clothing or accessory item, such as clothing or fabric makeover to a quilt or pillow.
  3. Other items that are recreated for new use instead of being discarded.

Section 32 - Electrical

  1. An article made such as a trouble lamp, test lamp, portable bench light, extension cords, pin-up or study lamps, circuit splice boards and the rewiring of an old lamp.

Department E-11 & Y-11

Section 1 - Paintings

  1. Oil
  2. Acrylic
  3. Mixed Media
  4. Watercolor

Section 2 - Drawings

  1. Pen & Ink
  2. Pastel
  3. Charcoal
  4. Pencil
  5. Computer
  6. Combination of medium

Section 3 - Miscellaneous

  1. Prints
  2. Pottery
  3. Sculptures

Department E-12

Section 1- Photograph(s)

  1. Photos of fair
  2. Informal portrait, single
  3. Photos of people, collection
  4. Photos of wedding
  5. Photo of nature
  6. Photo of rural
  7. Photo of pet
  8. Photo of child(ren)
  9. Photo Story - four (4) photographs in a sequence that tells a story
  10. Photos using special effects (specify)
  11. Black and white photo, single
  12. Collection of photos
  13. Other not listed

 

Department E-13 & Y-13

Section 1 - Antiques & Collectibles

  1. Toy (dolls, marbles, beads, etc.)
  2. Collectibles(postcards, souvenirs, banners, flags, etc.)
  3. Wearing Apparel
  4. Advertising Items
  5. Artifacts
  6. Bank
  7. Book
  8. Bottle
  9. Clocks
  10. Baskets
  11. Ironstone
  12. Pewter
  13. Glass:
    1. Carnival
  14. Watch
  15. China & Porcelain
  16. Furniture
  17. Pottery & Stoneware
  18. Musical Instrument
  19. Primitive Item
  20. Lamps & Lanterns
  21. Quilts & Linens
  22. Silver
  23. Tools:
    1. Household
    2. Outdoors
  24. Stamp
  25. Coins
  26. Hand Painted China
  27. Household decor
  28. Collections (min of 4, max of 8)
  29. Others not Listed

 

Department F-05 & Y-05

Section 1 - Potted Plants

  1. Potted house plant - cactus/succulents
  2. Potted house plant - flowering
  3. Potted house plant - foliage
  4. Potted Landscape plants
  5. Other potted plants not listed

Section 2 - Cut Flowers*

  1. Aster - 3 blooms
  2. Petunias
  3. Snapdragons - 3 stems
  4. Marigolds - 5 stalks
  5. Poppies - 5 blossoms
  6. Sweet pea - 5 stems
  7. Lilies - 3 stalks
  8. Bachelor buttons - 5 blossoms
  9. Pansies - 5 stems
  10. Larkspur - annual - 3 stalks
  11. Pinks - 5 stems
  12. Rose - 1 blossom - name specimen
  13. Zinnias - 5 stems
  14. Gladioli - 5 stalks
  15. Nasturtiums - 5 blossoms
  16. Other not listed

*Flowers will be judged, not the container the flowers are in.

Section 3 - Arrangements

  1. Arrangement of dried material
  2. Miniature of fresh arrangement (no higher than 5")
  3. Decorative arrangement in a teapot
  4. Corsage, fresh or artificial
  5. Decorative door or mantel swag
  6. Bridal bouquet, fresh or artificial
  7. Window porch box
  8. Arrangement with candles & flowers
  9. Terrarium (limit 2 accessories)
  10. Dish Garden
  11. Table centerpiece, and floaral material
  12. Silk flower - any arrangement
  13. Pressed flower picture
  14. Bouquet, mixed cut flowers
  15. Wild flowers bouquet
  16. Others not listed

Section 4 - Wreaths

  1. Holiday wreath, any material
  2. Dried material
  3. Silk material
  4. Fresh material
  5. Combination of materials
  6. Other not listed

Department G-06 & Y-06

Rules

  1. No food that is unworthy shall be awarded a premium regardless of competition.
  2. All items are to wrapped in plastic wrap.
  3. All items are to be made from scratch with recipe attached to item.
  4. All entries must be removed from pans or tins, excluding pies and canned items.
  5. Pie must be in 9" glass or metal (tin) pans.
  6. Pie entries containing egg or milk will not be accepted.
  7. Crusts of breads and rolls are not to be buttered after baking.
  8. A sample will be taken from entry for display after it has been judged.
  9. Entries baked in paper cups will be disqualified.
  10. Any entry consists of l loaf, 5 rolls, 5 muffins, 5 donuts or 1/2 cake.
  11. Canning entries are to have exhibitor tag taped to jar.

Section 1 - Baked Goods

  1. Yeast breads
  2. Quick breads
  3. Drop Cookies
  4. Bar Cookies
  5. Rolled Cookies
  6. Special Occasion Cookies
  7. Refrigerator Cookies
  8. Unfrosted cake - Layered or sheet
  9. Frosted cake - Layered or sheet
  10. Decorated cakes, may use a cake mix or a decorated cardboard box of Styrofoam form
  11. Sponge cake, unfrosted
  12. Angel food cake, unfrosted
  13. Plain white cake, unfrosted, single layer
  14. Brownies
  15. Whole grain muffins
  16. White muffins
  17. Cupcakes
  18. Baking Powder Biscuits
  19. Nutritional cake - using fruit or vegetables
  20. Special dietary baked good (ex. no salt, sugar free, Allergies, pet needs, etc.)
  21. Other not listed

Section 2 - Pies

  1. Two crust
  2. One crust

Section 3 - Candy (1/2 lb. for display)

  1. Uncooked
  2. Fudge
  3. Divinity
  4. Caramels
  5. Taffy
  6. Brittles and hards
  7. Other not listed

Sections 4 - Canning

  1. Jellies
  2. Jams
  3. Conserves
  4. Marmalade
  5. Fruits
  6. Fruit Butters
  7. Pickles
  8. Relishes
  9. Meats
  10. Tomatoes
  11. Tomato sauces
  12. Vegetables
  13. Flavored vinegar marinades (2 jars of the same size)
  14. Canned condiments (ex. catsup, mustard, steak sauces, BBQ sauces, salad dressing, etc.), 2 jars of the same size
  15. Other not listed

Department H-07 & Y-07

General Rules

  1. All articles must be pressed, clean and ready for placing with signatures and names concealed.
  2. All articles must be the work of the exhibitor.

Section 1 - Aprons

  1. Aprons

Section 2 - Children's Garments

  1. Dress
  2. Baby outfit
  3. Shirt
  4. Slacks
  5. Other not listed

Section 3 - Men's Garments

  1. Shirt
  2. Sports coat
  3. Slacks
  4. Other not listed

Section 4 - Women's Garments

  1. Shirt or blouse
  2. Nightclothes
  3. Dress
  4. Formal wear
  5. Slacks
  6. Outerwear
  7. Coordinated 2 piece outfit
  8. Other not listed

Section 5 - Miscellaneous Items

  1. Hand sewn
  2. Machine sewn
  3. Combination hand & machine

Section 6 - Quilts

  1. Pieced, hand sewn
  2. Pieced, machine sewn
  3. Appliqued, hand sewn
  4. Appliqued, machine sewn
  5. Pieced group project
  6. Hand tied
  7. Wall hanging
  8. Wearable item
  9. Cross stitched, embroidery
  10. Toy
  11. Carriage or Crib (at least 36" x 54" and no more than 45" x 60")
  12. Other quilted item not listed

Section 7 - Quilt Squares

Rules

  1. No entry fee.
  2. Create a 12 ½ x 12 ½ quilt block of your choice - pieced, appliquéd, etc. Finished size will be 12" x 12"
  3. Exhibitor may enter up to three different squares. Each block will be judged individually.
  4. Quilt square will be judged on workmanship and color combinations.

Class

  1. Quilt Squares

Y-07 Section 8: Youth Only

  1. Sewing box equipped with first "Let's Sew" project
  2. Fabric potholders, 2 stitched

Department J-08 & Y-08

General Rules:

  1. Vegetables must be clean and free of any serious damage.
  2. Display must be on a paper or Styrofoam plate or tray.
  3. Herbs are to be potted or section of stems in a small container.
  4. Grains, seed and silage not over one year old, and exhibitor to provide gallon glass container, 4 quarts shall constitute entry (except if shown on cart). (Section 4, classes 1 - 13)
  5. All exhibits must be grown by exhibitor.
  6. Section 4, classes 14 - 22 shall consist of a sheath which is tied by two bands and must measure at least 4& dia. at lower band.
  7. Section 5 - Baled Hay entries to consist of a slice from bale (cookie).

Section 1 - Vegetables

  1. Beans, 5, of same variety
  2. Beets, 3, tops removed
  3. Broccoli, 1 head or bunch
  4. Carrots, 3, tops removed
  5. Celery, 1 bunch
  6. Cucumbers
  7. Chard, 1 plant, roots removed
  8. Endive, 1 plant, roots removed
  9. Corn, 3 ears, husks removed
  10. Garlic, 3 bulbs
  11. Kale, 1 plant, roots removed
  12. Lettuce, leaf, 1 plant, roots removed
  13. Lettuce, head, 1 plant, roots removed
  14. Onions, cured 3, tops removed, not peeled
  15. Parsnips, 3, tops removed
  16. Peas, green, 12, same variety
  17. Peppers, sweet, 3
  18. Peppers, hot, 3
  19. Potatoes, white, 5, same variety
  20. Potatoes, red, 5, same variety
  21. Radishes, 8, leaves removed
  22. Spinach, 1 plant, roots removed
  23. Squash, 3, same variety
  24. Tomatoes, green, 3, stems removed
  25. Tomatoes, ripe, 3, stems removed
  26. Tomatoes, cherry or grape, ripe, 12, stems removed
  27. Others not mentioned

Section 2 - Herbs

  1. Dill
  2. Mint
  3. Chives
  4. Thyme
  5. Sage
  6. Oregano
  7. Catnip
  8. Lavender
  9. Lemon Balm
  10. Parsley
  11. Rosemary
  12. Basil
  13. Horseradish
  14. Others not mentioned

Section 3 - Fruit

  1. Fruit from tree (3)
  2. Fruit from a bush (3)
  3. Fruit from a vine (1 quart)

Section 4 - Grains, Feeds, Hays

  1. White winter wheat
  2. Red winter wheat
  3. Spring wheat
  4. Rye
  5. Barley
  6. White oats
  7. Yellow oats
  8. Buckwheat
  9. Flint corn
  10. Corn for grains, 5 ears
  11. Popcorn, 5 ears
  12. Corn Stalks
  13. Others not mentioned
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  14. White oats
  15. Yellow oats
  16. Ladino clover
  17. Birdsfoot trefoil
  18. Red Clover
  19. Sweet clover (white)
  20. Alfalfa
  21. Timothy hay
  22. Others not listed
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  23. Grass silage
  24. Corn silage
  25. Green chop
  26. Others not listed

Section 5 - Baled Hay

  1. Alfalfa, lst cut
  2. Alfalfa, 2nd cut
  3. Clover, 1st cut
  4. Clover, 2nd cut
  5. Birdsfoot trefoil, 1st cut
  6. Birdsfoot trefoil, 2nd cut
  7. Mixed hay, lst cut
  8. Mixed hay, 2nd cut

Section 6 - Eggs

  1. Best dozen white eggs
  2. Best dozen brown eggs
  3. Others not mentioned (specify)

Section 7 - Maple Products

  1. Quart of maple syrup (glass container)
  2. Cake of maple sugar (1 lb.) plastic or paraffin wrap
  3. 1 lb. small size sugar cake assortment
  4. 1 lb. maple cream
  5. Other not mentioned

Section 8 - Honey

  1. Comb honey, 8 oz.
  2. Honey, strained 8 oz. far
  3. Other not mentioned

Department K-03 & Y-03

Section 1 - Knitting - Made with Handspun Yarn

  1. Adult sweater
  2. Child's sweater
  3. Afghan, full size
  4. Afghan, baby size
  5. Infant set
  6. Socks
  7. Others not listed

Section 2 - Crocheting - Made with Handspun Yarn

  1. Adult sweater
  2. Child's sweater
  3. Afghan, full size
  4. Afghan, baby size
  5. Infant set
  6. Socks
  7. Others not listed

Section 3 - Woven - Made with Handspun Yarn

  1. Placemats
  2. Finished wearable
  3. Rugs
  4. Others not listed

Section 4 - Finished Items - Made with Homespun Felt or Australian Locker Hooking

  1. Wearable Items
  2. Non-wearable Items

Section 5 - Handspun Yarn - 100% Wool (Skein should be 2 ounces)

  1. Proficiency of spin, single
  2. Proficiency of spin, ply
  3. Yarn for clothing or use in weaving
  4. Novelty yarns

Section 6 - Handspun Exotic Fibers (skein should be 1 ounce)

  1. Proficiency of spin, single
  2. Proficiency of spin, ply
  3. Yarn for clothing
  4. Novelty yarns

Department K-04 & Y-04

Section 1 - Wool Fleece

  1. Medium Wool: Columbia, Hampshire, Dorset, Corriedale, Suffolk, Cheviot, Targhee, Shropshire, Oxford, Tunis, Southdown, Montadale, and their crosses.
  2. Fine Wool: Rambouillet, Delaine Merino, Deboullet, Finnish, Landrace and their crosses.
  3. Long Wool: Romney, Leicester, Loncoln, Border, Coswold, and their crosses.
  4. Colored Wool
  5. Exotic Wool: Llama, Angora, Goat, Cashmere, Alpaca, etc.

 

Department Y-02

Section 1 - Record Keeping: By Student

  1. Production record
  2. Dairy record
  3. Poultry Record
  4. Garden Record
  5. Horse record
  6. Herd analysis record
  7. 4-H achievement record
  8. Crop records - records of a crop of 20 acres or more

 

Department S-09 & Y-09

Section 1: Scrap Booking

  1. 12" x 12" page
  2. 12" x 12", two page spread
  3. Mini album
  4. Any size page
  5. Album
  6. Other not listed

Section 2: Papercrafting

  1. Cards
  2. Origami
  3. Other not listed

Department W-14 & Y-14

Writing Department Classes

  1. Poems
  2. Essays
  3. Stories
  4. Other not listed

 

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