Homecraft

Class 9: Hobbies and Crafts

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Prize Money: 1st – $5.00, 2nd – $4.00, 3rd – $3.00
Chair Person: Andree Desormeaux

Christmas in August 2019

Section

  1. Christmas Mantle Decoration
  2. Nativity Scene – any medium
  3. Angel – any material and any design
  4. Christmas house warming gift
  5. Set of 4 Christmas napkin holders – any material
  6. Santa your choice – any material
  7. Christmas table runner less than 36 inches
  8. Christmas article of your choice, which is not listed above

For the kitchen or dining room

Section

  1. 3 different bazaar items (i.e. mug rug. pot holder, dish cloth etc.)
  2. Novelty item for the kitchen, farm animal theme
  3. Small hang up tea towel
  4. A casserole carrying tote with dish
  5. A welcome sign – less than 36 inches
  6. 2 placemats made – any material but no quilting
  7. Handmade kitchen shower gift
  8. A handmade house warming gift. – no machine work
  9. A handmade rug – any medium, any shape at least 30 inches in length
  10. 2 different fridge magnets
  11. Cross stitch or counted cross stitch framed – less than 12 inches
  12. Any article, simple craft which is not listed above. Item must not be sewn, knitted or crochet (i.e. wood or plastic canvas, or other)

Miscellaneous and Decorative Items

Section

  1. Kitchen trivet – any medium
  2. Door stop – not to exceed 18 inches
  3. Decorated wooden tissue box. (Boxes available at the Dollar store.)
  4. Fancy pin cushion
  5. Any article of wood working – Donation in memory of Pleunis “Paul” Van der Lind.
    Prize money: 1st – $25.00, 2nd – $15.00, 3rd – $10.00
  6. Decorated bird house
  7. Novelty item made of fabric
  8. Wall hanging made of fabric
  9. Decorative cushion – not to exceed 12 inches
  10. Create a garden or patio craft – any medium
  11. Decorated garden hat
  12. Something useful from something useless
  13. An article made from recycled material – must include a picture of what it was
  14. An unfinished project
  15. Easter door decoration
  16. Loom pot holders – a pair
  17. Bird feeder – any medium
  18. Any article of embroidery
  19. Any article of needle point, minimum of 12 inches, unframed – Donation in memory of Pleuntje “Plonia” Van der Lind. Prize money:  1st – $25.00, 2nd – $15.00, 3rd – $10.00
  20. Any unusual craft – not mentioned above

Results


Christmas Mantle Decoration

  1. Carol Booth, Kanata, ON
  2. Debbie DeCooman, Chesterville

Angel - any material and any design

  1. Andree Desormeaux, Chesterville, ON
  2. Loretta Chambers, Chesterville, ON
  3. Shirley Coons, Chestrerville, ON

Christmas house warming gift

  1. Lois Woolsey, Russell, ON
  2. Shirley Coons, Chestrerville, ON
  3. Andree Desormeaux, Chesterville, ON

Set of 4 Christmas napkin holders - any material

  1. Andree Desormeaux, Chesterville, ON
  2. Loretta Chambers, Chesterville, ON

Santa, your choice, any material

  1. Carol Booth, Kanata, ON

Christmas table runner at least 36 inches long

  1. Beulah Moran, Chesterville, ON
  2. Ruth Szini, Chesterville, ON
  3. Loretta Chambers, Chesterville, ON

Christmas article of your choice, which is not listed above

  1. Andree Desormeaux, Chesterville, ON
  2. Beulah Moran, Chesterville, ON
  3. Carol Booth, Kanata, ON

3 different bazaar items (i.e. mug rug, pot holder, dishcloth, etc)

  1. Andree Desormeaux, Chesterville, ON
  2. Debbie DeCooman, Chesterville
  3. Carol Booth, Kanata, ON

Novelty item for the kitchen, animal farm theme

  1. Loretta Chambers, Chesterville, ON
  2. Andree Desormeaux, Chesterville, ON

Small hang up tea towel

  1. Andree Desormeaux, Chesterville, ON
  2. Helen Holmes, Winchester, ON
  3. Loretta Chambers, Chesterville, ON

A casserole carrying tote with dish

  1. Andree Desormeaux, Chesterville, ON

Welcome sign - less than 36 inches

  1. Carol Booth, Kanata, ON
  2. Cindy Merkley, Chesterville, ON

2 placemats made - any material but no quilting

  1. Andree Desormeaux, Chesterville, ON
  2. Lois Woolsey, Russell, ON
  3. Beulah Moran, Chesterville, ON

Handmade kitchen shower gift

  1. Andree Desormeaux, Chesterville, ON
  2. Carol Booth, Kanata, ON
  3. Helen Holmes, Winchester, ON

A handmade house warming gift - No machine work

  1. Andree Desormeaux, Chesterville, ON
  2. Carol Booth, Kanata, ON
  3. Beulah Moran, Chesterville, ON

A handmade rug - any medium, any shape, at least 30"

  1. Helen Holmes, Winchester, ON
  2. Shirley Coons, Chestrerville, ON
  3. Beulah Moran, Chesterville, ON

2 different fridge magnets

  1. Carol Booth, Kanata, ON

Cross stitch or counted cross stitch framed – less than 12 inches

  1. Andree Desormeaux, Chesterville, ON
  2. Carol Booth, Kanata, ON
  3. Debbie DeCooman, Chesterville

Any article simple craft, not listed above.

Item must not be sewn, knitted or crocheted. (i.e. wood or plastic canvas or other)

  1. Carol Booth, Kanata, ON
  2. Hannah Robinson, Chesterville, ON
  3. Shirley Coons, Chestrerville, ON

Kitchen trivet - any medium

  1. Loretta Chambers, Chesterville, ON
  2. Andree Desormeaux, Chesterville, ON
  3. Cindy Merkley, Chesterville, ON

Door stop - not to exceed 18 inches

  1. Cindy Merkley, Chesterville, ON
  2. Loretta Chambers, Chesterville, ON
  3. Andree Desormeaux, Chesterville, ON

Decorated Wooden tissue box (boxes available at the Dollar Store)

  1. Cindy Merkley, Chesterville, ON
  2. Carol Booth, Kanata, ON

Fancy Pin Cushion

  1. Andree Desormeaux, Chesterville, ON
  2. Carol Booth, Kanata, ON
  3. Loretta Chambers, Chesterville, ON

Any article of wood working

Donation in memory of Pleunis “Paul” Van der Lind

  1. Joyce Francis, Winchester, ON
  2. Hannah Robinson, Chesterville, ON
  3. Loretta Chambers, Chesterville, ON

Decorated Bird House

  1. Ruth Szini, Chesterville, ON

Novelty item made of fabric

  1. Joyce Francis, Winchester, ON
  2. Loretta Chambers, Chesterville, ON
  3. Andree Desormeaux, Chesterville, ON

Wall hanging made of fabric

  1. Helen Holmes, Winchester, ON
  2. Andree Desormeaux, Chesterville, ON
  3. Loretta Chambers, Chesterville, ON

Decorative cushion - not to exceed 12 inches

  1. Lois Woolsey, Russell, ON
  2. Beulah Moran, Chesterville, ON
  3. Loretta Chambers, Chesterville, ON

Create a garden or patio craft – any medium

  1. Wendy Hoople, Chesterville, ON

Deocrated garden hat

  1. Helen Holmes, Winchester, ON
  2. Carol Booth, Kanata, ON

Something useful from something useless

  1. Andree Desormeaux, Chesterville, ON
  2. Helen Holmes, Winchester, ON

An article made from recycled material

Must include a picture of what it was

  1. Helen Holmes, Winchester, ON

Unfinished project

  1. Shirley Coons, Chestrerville, ON
  2. Carol Johnson, Chesterville, ON
  3. Beulah Moran, Chesterville, ON

Easter door decoration

  1. Ruth Szini, Chesterville, ON
  2. Carol Booth, Kanata, ON

Bird Feeder - any medium

  1. Wendy Hoople, Chesterville, ON

Any article of embroidery

  1. Lois Woolsey, Russell, ON
  2. Beulah Moran, Chesterville, ON
  3. Loretta Chambers, Chesterville, ON

Any article of needlepoint, minimum of 12 inches, unframed

Donation in memory of Pleuntje “Plonia” Van der Lind

  1. Andree Desormeaux, Chesterville, ON

Any unusual craft - not mentioned above

  1. Wendy Hoople, Chesterville, ON
  2. Hannah Robinson, Chesterville, ON
  3. Debbie DeCooman, Chesterville