Homecraft

Class 10: Quilting

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GENERAL:
1. All articles for exhibit in this class must be the handiwork of the exhibitor. All quilts must be quilted by
hand (HQ), machine (MQ) or both. MQ must state “Domestic” or “Long Arm” on extra tag. Quilting is
defined as a running stitch that passes through top, batting and backing. Tied quilts are not eligible.
2. Items must be completed after August 2015 and may not be submitted more than twice for judging.
3. All items must be in good condition and clean. Quilts must be free of any odours such as tobacco,
perfume, mildew, pet – incomplete, soiled, stained or damaged quilts will NOT be judged.
4. Exhibitor may only make one entry per section.
5. All decisions of judge(s) are final. Committee reserves the right to reject any entry or to move a quilt
into a different category. Quilts are judged on general appearance, design and workmanship in
accordance with the OAAS Judging Standards.
6. Champion and Reserve Champion Rosettes will be awarded for to those quilts judged to be superior in
general appearance, design and workmanship in both Hand Quilting and Machine Quilting. All quilts
entered into this class are eligible.
7. Sample of material must be attached (SMA)

Copyright:

If the item(s) you are entering are created using a pattern or design by anoth-er person/group, please state
the design source on the entry tag, and it will be your responsibility to acquire permission to show this
design/pattern. If you are using your own design/pattern, please state design source as original. More
information may be found in the Info & Forms PDF in the Homecraft Section of the Fair website
www.chestervillefair.com or by contacting the chairperson.

Chairperson: Carol Johnson

Prizes: 1st: $18, 2nd: $12, 3rd: $8

Special prizes:

Grand Champion Hand Quilting Prize courtesy of Northcott Fabrics
Best overall example of hand quilting in Class 10
Reserve Champion Hand Quilting Prize courtesy of Northcott Fabrics
Runner up best example of hand quilting in Class 11
Grand Champion Machine Quilting Prize package courtesy of Northcott Fabrics
Best overall example of machine quillting in Class 11
Reserve Champion Machine Quilting Prize courtesy of Northcott Fabrics
Runner up best overall example of machine quilting
Judge’s Choice Rosette
Awarded by the judge.
Viewer’s Choice Rosette
Chosen by the public
Attendees will have the opportunity to vote for their favourite quilt. Votes will be tallied prior to the awards
ceremony at 3:00 pm and a rosette will be awarded to the winner at that time

LARGE BED QUILTS:
Minimum 324 inches perimeter
1. Large Bed Quilts – Pieced, traditional design, pattern named – Hand Quilted
Competes for OAAS Hand quilting competition
2. Large Bed Quilts – Pieced, traditional design, pattern named – Machine Quilted
Competes for OAAS Machine quilting competition
Indicate quilted on Domestic or Longarm on back of tag.
3. Large Bed Quilts – pieced and appliqued, emboridery or combination – Hand Quilted
Competes for OAAS Hand Quilting competition
4. Large Bed Quilts – pieced and appliqued, embroidery or combination – Machine Quil Prize: $0
Competes for OAAS Machine quilting competition
Indicate quilted on Domestic or Longarm on back of tag.
5. Large Bed Quilts – hand applique and or hand embroidery – Hand Quilted
Competes for OAAS Hand Qulting Competition
6. Large Bed Quilts – Machine applique and/or Machine embroidery – Machine Quilted
Competes for OAAS quilting competition
Indicate quilted on Domestic or Longarm on back of tag.
7. Large Bed Quilts – Any other technique not listed – Hand or Machine Quilted
Competes for OAAS Hand or Machine quilting competitions
If done by machine, indicate quilted on a Domestice or Longarm on back of tag.
8. Large Bed Quilts – Any technique, top completed by entrant, quilted by another
Does NOT qualify for OAAS quilting competitions. May be quilted by hand or machine.
If done by machine, indicate quilted on a Domestice or Longarm on back of tag.

SMALL BED QUILTS:
9. Small Bed Quilts – pieced, traditional design, pattern named – Hand Quilted
Minimum 60 inches x 70 inches, to less than 324 inches perimeter
10. Small Bed Quilts – pieced, traditional design, pattern named – Machine quilted
Minimum 60 inches x 70 inches, to less than 324 inches perimeter
Please note type of machine used for quilting – domestic, or long arm
11. Small Bed Quilts – pieced, traditional design, pattern named
Hand or Machine quilted by person other than entrant
Please note type of machine used for machine quilting – domestic or longarm
Minimum 60 inches x 70 inches, to less than 324 inches perimeter
12. Small Bed Quilts – pieced and appliqued, embroidery or combination – Hand Quilted
Minimum 60 inches x 70 inches, to less than 324 inches perimeter
13. Small Bed Quilts – pieced and applique, embroidery or combination – Machine Quilt
Minimum 60 inches x 70 inches, to less than 324 inches perimeter
Please note type of machine used for quilting – domestic or longarm
14. Small Bed Quilts – pieced and applique, embroidery or combination
Hand or Machine quilted by person other than entrant
Minimum 60 inches x 70 inches, to less than 324 inches perimeter
Please note type of machine used for quilting – domestic or longarm
15. Small Bed Quilts – hand applique and/or hand embroidery – Hand Quilted
Minimum 60 inches x 70 inches, to less than 324 inches perimeter
16. Small Bed Quilts – Machine applique and/or machine embroidery – Machine quilted
Minimum 60 inches x 70 inches, to less than 324 inches perimeter
Please note type of machine used for quilting – domestic or longarm
17. Small Bed Quilts – machine applique and/or machine embroidery
Hand or Machine quilted by person other than entrant
Minimum 60 inches x 70 inches, to less than 324 inches perimeter
If machine quilted, please note the type of machine used for quilting – domestic or longarm
18. Small Bed Quilts – any other technique not listed – Hand or Machine Quilted
Minimum 60 inches x 70 inches, to less than 324 inches perimeter
If machine quilted, please note the type of machine used for quilting – domestic or longarm

LARGE LAP OR WALL QUILTS:
19. Large Lap or Wall Quilts – pieced – Hand quilted
40 inches TO 60 inches width, no limit on length; wall quilts must have hanging sleeve
20. Large Lap or Wall Quilts – Pieced – Machine quilted
40 inches TO 60 inches width, no limit on length; wall quilts must have hanging sleeve
Please note type of machine used for quilting – domestic or longarm
21. Large Lap or Wall Quilts – pieced – Hand or Machine quilted by other than entrant
40 inches TO 60 inches width, no limit on length; wall quilts must have hanging sleeve
If machine quilted, please note type of machine used for quilting – domestic or longarm
22. Large Lap or Wall Quilts – predominantly applique (hand or machine) – Hand Quilted
40 inches TO 60 inches width, no limit on length; wall quilts must have hanging sleeve
23. Large Lap or Wall Quilts – predominantly applique (hand or machine) – Machine Quilted
40 inches TO 60 inches width, no limit on length; wall quilts must have hanging sleeve
Please note type of machine used for quilting – domestic or longarm
24. Large Lap or Wall Quilts – predominantly applique (hand or machine)
Hand or Machine quilted by person other than entrant
40 inches TO 60 inches width, no limit on length; wall quilts must have hanging sleeve
If machine quilted, please note type of machine used for quilting – domestic or longarm
25. Large Lap or Wall Quilts – mixed techniques – Hand quilted
40 inches TO 60 inches width, no limit on length; wall quilts must have hanging sleeve
26. Large Lap or Wall Quilts – mixed techniques – Machine quilted
40 inches TO 60 inches width, no limit on length; wall quilts must have hanging sleeve
Please note type of machine used for quilting – domestic or longarm
27. Large Lap or Wall Quilts – mixed techniques
Hand or Machine quillted by person other than entrant
40 inches TO 60 inches width, no limit on length; wall quilts must have hanging sleeve
If machine quilted, please note type of machine used for quilting – domestic or longarm

SMALL LAP OR WALL QUILTS:
28. Small Lap or Wall Quilts – Pieced – Hand quilted
Less than 40 inches wide, no limit on length; wall quilts must have hanging sleeve
29. Small Lap or Wall Quilts – pieced – Machine quilted
Less than 40 inches wide, no limit on length; wall quilts must have hanging sleeve
Please note type of machine used for quilting – domestic or longarm
30. Small Lap or Wall Quilts – pieced – Hand or machine quilted by other than entrant
Less than 40 inches wide, no limit on length; wall quilts must have hanging sleeve
If machine quilted, please note type of machine used for quilting – domestic or longarm
31. Small Lap or Wall Quilts – predominantly applique (hand or machine) – Hand Quilted
Less than 40 inches wide, no limit on length; wall quilts must have hanging sleeve
32. Small Lap or Wall Quilts – predominantly applique (hand or machine) – Machine Quilted
Less than 40 inches wide, no limit on length; wall quilts must have hanging sleeve
Please note type of machine used for quilting – domestic or longarm
33. Small Lap or Wall Quilts – predominantly applique (hand or machine)
Hand or machine quilted by person other than entrant
Less than 40 inches wide, no limit on length; wall quilts must have hanging sleeve
If machine quilted, please note type of machine used for quilting – domestic or longarm
34. Small Lap or Wall Quilts – mixed techniques – Hand quilted
Less than 40 inches wide, no limit on length; wall quilts must have hanging sleeve
35. Small Lap or Wall Quilts – mixed techniques – Machine quilted
Less than 40 inches wide, no limit on length; wall quilts must have hanging sleeve
Please note type of machine used for quilting – domestic or longarm
36. Small Lap or Wall Quilts – mixed techniques
Hand or Machine quilted by person other than applicant
Less than 40 inches wide, no limit on length; wall quilts must have hanging sleeve
If machine quilted, please note type of machine used for quilting – domestic or longarm

BEGINNER QUILTS:
37. Beginner Quilts – any technique, any size – Hand or Machine quilted
A beginner is defined as any quilter who has been quilting for less than 2 years.
Not less than 40 inches in width
If machine quilted, please note type of machine used for quilting – domestic or longarm
38. Beginner Quilts – any technique, any size
Hand or Machine quilted by person other than entrant – not less than 40 inches in width
A beginner is defined as any quilter who has been quilting for less than 2 years.
If machine quilted, please note type of machine used for quilting – domestic or longarm

SPECIALTY QUILTING:
39. Specialty Quilting – Art/Landscape Quilt – Hand or Machine Quilted Prizes: 1st: $10, 2nd: $8,
3rd: $6, others: $0
May use several techniques but must be the entrant’s original design
40. Specialty Quilting – Novelty Quilt – Hand or Machine quilted Prizes: 1st: $10, 2nd: $8, 3rd: $6,
others: $0
Any technique not previously listed (ie Yo-Yo, Tied, Photo, Wholecloth, etc)
41. Specialty Quilting – Table Runner – any technique – Hand or Machine quilted Prizes: 1st: $10,
2nd: $8, 3rd: $6, others: $0
42. Specialty Quilting – Cushion, not larger than 24 inches on any side – Hand or Machine quilted
Prizes: 1st: $10, 2nd: $8, 3rd: $6, others: $0
43. Specialty Quilting – Placemats (2), any technique – Hand or Machine quilted Prizes: 1st: $10,
2nd: $8, 3rd: $6, others: $0
44. Specialty Quilting – Quilt Block, mounted on bristol board, back of block to be accessible
Prizes: 1st: $10, 2nd: $8, 3rd: $6, others: $0
45. Specialty Quilting – Article of quilted clothing Prizes: 1st: $10, 2nd: $8, 3rd: $6, others: $0
47. Marilyn Johnson Memorial Special – Any hand made item with a cat theme Prizes: 1st: $25, 2nd:
$15, 3rd: $10, 4th: $0
If you love cats, then this is the place for you! Let your creativity shine through.
If you have memories of Marilyn and her love of cats, please share them with us.
Sponsorship: Carol Goddard, Class 10 – Quilting; Section 47

Results


Quilting

Large Bed Quilts - Pieced, traditional design, pattern named - Machine Quilted

Minimum 324 inches perimeter

  1. Carol Johnson, Chesterville, ON
    Grand Champion Machine Quilting

Large Bed Quilts - Any other technique not listed - Hand or Machine Quilted

Minimum 324 inches perimeter

  1. Loretta Chambers, Chesterville, ON

Large Bed Quilts - Any technique, top completed by entrant, quilted by another

Minimum 324 inches perimeter

  1. Lois Woolsey, Russell, ON

Small Bed Quilts - pieced, traditional design, pattern named

Hand or Machine quilted by person other than entrant

  1. Lois Woolsey, Russell, ON

Small Bed Quilts - pieced and appliqued, embroidery or combination - Hand Quilted

Minimum 60 inches x 70 inches, to less than 324 inches perimeter

  1. Loretta Chambers, Chesterville, ON
    Grand Champion Hand Quilting

Small Bed Quilts - hand applique and/or hand embroidery - Hand Quilted

Minimum 60 inches x 70 inches, to less than 324 inches perimeter

  1. Loretta Chambers, Chesterville, ON
    Reserve Champion Hand Quilting
  2. Lois Woolsey, Russell, ON

Large Lap or Wall Quilts - Pieced - Machine quilted

40 inches TO 60 inches width, no limit on length; wall quilts must have hanging sleeve

  1. Ruth Puenter, Chesterville, ON

Small Lap or Wall Quilts - pieced - Machine quilted

  1. Carol Cracknell, Morewood, ON

Small Lap or Wall Quilts - predominantly applique (hand or machine) - Machine Quilted

  1. Mary Errington, Williamsburg, ON
    Reserve Champion Machine Quilting

Small Lap or Wall Quilts - mixed techniques - Hand quilted

  1. Loretta Chambers, Chesterville, ON

Small Lap or Wall Quilts - mixed techniques

Hand or Machine quilted by person other than applicant

  1. Lois Woolsey, Russell, ON

Specialty Quilting - Novelty Quilt - Hand or Machine quilted

Any technique not previously listed (ie Yo-Yo, Tied, Photo, Wholecloth, etc)

  1. Lois Woolsey, Russell, ON
    Judge's Choice Rosette

Specialty Quilting - Table Runner - any technique - Hand or Machine quilted

  1. Carol Cracknell, Morewood, ON

Specialty Quilting - Cushion, not larger than 24 inches on any side - Hand or Machine quilted

  1. Carol Johnson, Chesterville, ON

Specialty Quilting - Quilt Block, mounted on bristol board, back of block to be accessible

  1. Carol Johnson, Chesterville, ON
  2. Loretta Chambers, Chesterville, ON

Specialty Quilting - Article of quilted clothing

  1. Lois Woolsey, Russell, ON

Marilyn Johnson Memorial Special - Any hand made item with a cat theme

  1. Joyce Francis, Winchester, ON
  2. Loretta Chambers, Chesterville, ON