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P.O. Box 707, 601 Fairgrounds Road
Mt. Vernon, Ohio 43050
740-397-0484
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Chairman – Lauren Hollis

Coordinators: Cathy Gallwitz 740-504-0882, Gwen Dugan 668-2432

 

RULES:

1. Competition open to the world. All articles must be the work of the exhibitor that have been completed after August 1, 2016

2. Entries limited to one per class. Miscellaneous classes should be used if no other class fulfills your entry description and cannot be used to enter like-entry you have in another class.

3. Entry fee is fifty cents ($.50) per article.

4. All articles must have exhibitor's ticket filled out with name, telephone #, address, class number, identifying class description and qualifying age group. Exhibitors ticket must be securely attached prior to drop off for judging.

5. Change to class entries must be approved by member of committee.

6. USE ENTRY FORMS published in Mount Vernon News Fair Book Supplement or obtain from the Fair Board office (740-397-0484). DEADLINE ENTRY DATE for the form is WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 2017.
Send completed forms with entry fees to--Linda Lahmon, PO Box 707, Mount Vernon, Ohio 43050. Make checks payable to Knox County Agricultural Society (include Tel. #).

7. CLASSES 1 through 299 bring articles to craft building, under grandstand on WEDNESDAY, JULY 19, 2017 from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. CLOSED JUDGING on THURSDAY, JULY 20, 2017  

8. CLASSES 300 through 435 CULINARY CLASSES bring food to craft building, under grandstand, FRIDAY , JULY 21, 2017 from 10:00 to 2:00 p.m. CLOSED JUDGING BEGINS AT 2:00 p.m. Entries must be picked up by 6:00 p.m.

9. Entries will be released on Sunday, July 30, 2017 between 2:00 pm and 4:00 pm. Must have tag stubs to claim. Items removed early (without prior arrangements) will forfeit premiums earned. Items not picked up during release hours will remain the exhibitor’s responsibility.

10. AGE GROUPS: Junior - 12 and under, Intermediate - 13 thru 17, Adult- 18 thru 64 and Golden Age - 65 and over


ALL DECISIONS OF THE JUDGES ARE FINAL

      Premiums: 1st - $3.00; 2nd - $2.00; 3rd - $1.00; Participant Ribbon (all others). Ribbons and Premiums furnished by the Fair Board. Best of Show sponsored by Pat Catans of Mt. Vernon, Ohio. Ten Dollar Gift certificates will be given courtesy of Pat Catans. Honorable Mentions will receive $1.00 extra premium courtesy of the Fair Board.

2017 ARTS & CRAFTS CLASSES

CLASSES ARE OPEN TO THE WORLD.

QUILTS

1   Quilt, Pieced and hand quilted

2  Quilt, Appliqué and hand quilted

3   Quilt, Embroidery and hand quilted

4   Quilt, Cross stitch and hand quilted

5   Quilt, Machine quilted

6   Quilt, My first quilt beginner

7   Quilt, Group project

8   Quilt, Item to wear

9   Quilt, Baby and hand quilted

10   Quilt, Knotted

11   Quilt, Combination (ex. Applique and pieced)

12   Quilt, Lap ( NOT for baby)

PILLOWS

13   Pillow, Patchwork

14   Pillow, Crochet/knit

15   Pillow, Needlepoint

16   Pillow, Appliqué

17   Pillow, Quilted

18   Pillow, Holiday theme

19   Pillow, Latch hook

20   Pillow, Cross stitch

21   Pillow, Misc..      

CROCHET

22   Crochet, Bedspread

23   Crochet, Tablecloth

24   Crochet, Afghan

25   Crochet, Baby afghan

26   Crochet, Adult sweater

27   Crochet, Teen/child wear

28   Crochet, Baby set

29   Crochet, Kitchen accessories

30   Crochet, Lap size afghan (NOT for a baby)

        31  Crochet, Doilies

32   Crochet, Misc.

33   Crochet, Scarf/gloves/hat      

34   Crochet, Shawls

KNIT

35   Knit, Afghan

36   Knit, Baby afghan

37   Knit, Adult sweater

38   Knit, Teen/child wear

39   Knit, Baby set

40   Knit, Kitchen accessories

41   Knit, Lap size afghan (NOT for a baby)

42   Knit, Machine knit (any item)

43   Knit, Misc.

44   Knit, Scarf/gloves/hat

45   Knit, Shawls

EMBROIDERY/CREWEL

46   Emb/c, Picture ready to hand

47   Emb/c, Machine embroidery

48   Emb/c, Swedish weaving

49   Emb/c, Misc.

CROSS STITCH

50   CS Picture ready to hang

51   CS Religious theme ready to hang

52   CS Holiday theme ready to hang

53   CS Traditional sampler (Must include and identify two other stitches besides cross stitch and include alphabet and numbers) ready to hang

54   CS   Modern sampler ready to hang

55   CS   Patriotic picture ready to hang

56   CS   Week-end project (stitched area no larger than 5” X 7”) ready to hang

57   CS   County fair theme ready to hang

58   CS   Picture on Linen ready to hang

59   CS   Misc.

60   CS   Item to wear

NEEDLEWORK

61   NWK, Footstool or chair sear

62   NWK, Article - Plastic Canvas

63   NWK, Misc.

TOYS

64   Toys, Animal (totally handmade)

65   Toys, Doll and attire totally handmade

66   Toys, Doll clothes, (crochet, knit, or sewn)

67   Toys, Misc.

RUGS

68   Rugs, Latch Hook

69   Rugs, Braided, any material

70   Rugs, Crochet or Knitted rug

71   Rugs, Woven

WALL HANGINGS

72   WH, Quilted

73   WH, Latch Hook

74   WH, Crochet or Knitted

75   WH, Misc

SEWING – CLOTHING PROJECTS – All clothing projects need to be on bendable

metal hanger and enclosed in a clear plastic bag.

76   Clothing, Formal wear

77   Clothing, Adult misc.

78   Clothing, Child/Teen misc.

79   Clothing, Baby misc.

SEWING - MISCELLANEOUS

80   SM , Sewing with denim

81   SM, Robes/pajamas/gowns

82   SM, Tote bags

83   SM, Aprons

84   SM, Costume

85   SM, Vest

86   SM, Decorated sweatshirt

87   SM. Jackets

88   SM, Misc.

WOODWORKING

89   WW, Turned item

90   WW, Handcarved item

91   WW, Restored/refinished item

92   WW, Large item (furniture)

93   WW, Inlay item

94   WW, Scroll saw

95   WW, Toys

96   WW, Misc.

97   WW, My first woodworking project (JUNIOR & INTERMEDIATES ONLY)

98   WW, Birdhouses (JUNIOR & INTERMEDIATES ONLY)

SCRAPBOOKING – All scrapbooking must have a minimum of (5) pages in a binder.

99                   SB, Baby

100 SB, Wedding/Anniversary

101 SB, Graduation

102 SB, Heritage

103 SB, Vacation

104 SB, Kidstuff

105 SB, Sports

106 SB, School Memories

107 SB, Misc.

HAND MADE CARDS

108 HMC, Christmas card

109 HMC, Wedding invitation

110 HMC, Party invitation

111 HMC, Greeting card misc.

                         112         HMC, Birthday card

OTHER CRAFTS

113 Other, Holiday theme

114 Other, Tole painting

115 Other, Wreaths - Christmas

116 Other, Wreaths - Fall

117 Other, Wreaths - Patriotic

118 Other, Wreaths - Misc.

119 Other, Jewelry in any media (display three items)

120 Other, Tie dye t-shirts

121 Other, Floral arrangements (nonprofessional)

122 Other, Craft forms

123 Other, Pressed flowers

124 Other, Christmas ornament

125 Other, Misc.

126 Other, Stained glass

127 Other, Ceramics

ATTIC HEIRLOOM - Need not be made by the exhibitor. Cards must be attached with the   history of the item. Cannot be displayed more than one year.

128 AH, Old quilts

129 AH, Other old needlework items

130 AH, Pictures/posters

131 AH, Stamp/coins

132 AH,. Misc.

133 AH, Old aprons

CAKE DECORATING (non professionals only) Cakes will be judged on appearance only and not on taste. Cake dummies may be used. Cakes are expected to remain on display for the entire fair.

(ADULT)

134 Dec. cake, Wedding/Anniversary

135 Dec. cake, Special occasion

136 Dec. cake, Novelty cake

137 Dec. cake, Character form cake

(INTERMEDIATE/JUNIOR)

138 Dec. cake, Special occasion

139 Dec. cake, Character form

FINE ARTS – All Fine Arts articles must be mounted and ready to hang with a sturdy hanging device, using NO tape of any kind. Any Fine Art article not meeting these criteria will not be displayed.

140 FA, Drawing in pencil/color

141 FA, Drawing in pencil/black & white

142 FA, Drawing in charcoal

143 FA, Drawing in pen and ink

144 FA, Crayons, chalk,

145 FA, Opaque painting in oil or acrylic

146 FA, Mixed media

147 FA, Collage

148 FA, Graphic and prints

149 FA, Lettering

150 FA, Computer Art

151 FA, Tempura

152 FA, Watercolors

PHOTOGRAPHY - All photos must be 8 x 10. Photos may be on a secure hard backing, NOT FRAMED NOR MATTED. Any photo not meeting this criteria will not be displayed. Please, Only computer enhanced photos in classes 176 and 200

BLACK & WHITE PHOTO

153 b&w Domestic Pets

154 b&w Wild Animals

155 b&w Farm Animals

156 b&w Landscape

157 b&w People

158 b&w Action

159 b&w Nature

160 b&w County Fair

161 b&w Sunrise/set

162 b&w Seascapes

163 b&w Sports

164 b&w Flowers

165 b&w barns

166 b&w Trees

167 b&w Kids

168 b&w Insects

169 b&w Birds

170 b&w Patriotic

171 b&w Humorous

172 b&w Snow Scenes

173 b&w weddings

174 b&w Portrait

175 b&w Misc.

176 b&w Computer enhanced (Must include before as well as after photo.                   Any subject. (Mounted on 20” x 22” poster board)

 

COLOR PHOTO

177 Domestic Pets

178 Wild Animals

179 Farm Animals

180 Landscape

181 People

182 Action

183 Nature

184 County Fair

185 Sunrise/set

186 Seascapes

187 Sports

188 Flowers

189 Barns

190 Trees

191 Kids

192 Insects

193 Birds

194 Patriotic

195 Humorous

196 Snow Scenes

197 Weddings

198 Portrait

199 Misc.

200 Computer enhanced (Must include before as well as after photo. Any                   subject. Mounted on    

20”x 22” poster board)                                 

CANNED/PRESERVED FOODS   (Open to any age group)

        Bring in one jar per class entry. All canned items must be in CLEAR GLASS CANNING JARS – QUARTS OR PINTS for meats, vegetables, fruit, pickles and relishes. PINTS, HALF-PINTS OR JELLY JARS for jellies, jams and marmalades. All item must be processed in accordance with health and safety guidelines. Any question concerning this issue can be discussed with the Knox County Extension Office. All jars must also have canning rings on them.

MEAT

201 Beef

202 Pork

203 Lamb

204 Poultry

205 Other Meat

VEGETABLES

206 Bean, Kidney

207 Bean, Lima

208 Bean, Shell

209 Bean, Snap

210 Beet

211 Carrot

212 Corn

213 Mixed Vegetable

214 Peas, Green

215 Potatoes

216 Pumpkin or Squash

217 Tomato, whole

218 Tomato Juice

219 Mixed vegetable juice

220 Other vegetable, please identify

FRUIT

221 Apples

222 Applesauce

223 Berries

224 Cherries

225 Peaches

226 Pears

227 Plums

228 Fruit juice

229 Other fruit, please identify

PICKLED VEGETABLES

230 Beets

231 Carrots

232 Cauliflower

233 Pepper

234 Sauerkraut

235 Tomato, green

236 Zucchini

237 Other pickled vegetable, please identify

PICKLES

238 Sweet, chunked

239 Sweet, dill

240 Sweet, mixed

241 Sweet, sliced

242 Sweet, whole

243 Dill, sliced

244 Dill, chunked

245 Dill, whole

246 Bread & Butter

247 Mustard

248 Watermelon Rind

249 Other pickles, please identify                         

RELISH

250 Cabbage

251 Corn

252 Cucumber

253 Mixed Vegetables

254 Piccadilly

255 Pickle relish

256 Red Pepper

257 Sweet Mango

258 Tomato, green

259 Salsa

260 Other relish, please identify

JELLY

261 Apple

262 Blackberry

263 Crabapple

264 Currant

265 Elderberry

266 Grape

267 Peach

268 Raspberry

269 Red Raspberry

270 Strawberry

271 Combination Fruit

272 Plum

273 Other jelly, please identify

JAMS

274 Blackberry

275 Elderberry

276 Grape

277 Raspberry

278 Red Raspberry

279 Strawberry

280 Combination Fruit

281 Plum

282 Other jam, please identify

MARMALADE/BUTTER

283 Apple

284 Peach

285 Pear

286 Orange

287 Orange-pineapple

288 Pineapple

289 Combination Fruit

290 Other marmalade/butter, please identify

MISCELLANEOUS

291 Catsup

292 Mincemeat

293 Bottle sauce

294 Spaghetti sauce

295 Maple syrup

296 Vegetable soup

297 Chili

298 Pie Filling, identify

299 Other canned misc., identify           

CULINARY CLASSES – Friday, JULY 21, 2017

ADULT/GOLDEN AGE

YEAST BREAD

300 White, l loaf

301 Whole wheat, l loaf

302 Rye, l loaf

303 Mixed grain, l loaf

304 Cinnamon, l loaf

305 Sourdough, l loaf

306 Other yeast bread

YEAST ROLLS – 6 On a plate

307 Cloverleaf          

308 Pan Rolls

309 Cinnamon Rolls

310 Nut Rolls

311 Breakfast Rolls

312 Doughnuts, raised

313 Other yeast rolls - please identify

QUICK BREAD

314 Nut bread, l loaf

315 Date bread, l loaf

316 Banana bread, l loaf

317 Pumpkin bread, l loaf

318 Other quick bread, l loaf

BISCUITS - 6 On a plate

319 Baking powder biscuits   

320 Cinnamon Raisin biscuits

COFFEE CAKE

321 Cinnamon & Spice

322 Fruit Swirl

323   Nuts

324 Streusel

325 Chocolate

326 Yeast raised any flavor

327 Cream Cheese

328 Other coffee cake - please identify

PIES

329 Apple

330 Berry

331 Cream

332 Lemon

333 Nut

334 Peach

335 Cherry

336 Custard

337 Crumb Top

338 Pumpkin

339 Other pie - please identify

CAKES

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              340         Chocolate layer

341 Marble layer

342 Nut layer

343 Spice layer

344 White layer

345 Yellow layer

346 Angel Food

347 Chiffon

348 Pound

349 Cheesecake       

350 Fruit cake

351 Other Cake        

352 Pumpkin Roll

353 Bundt

COOKIES - 6 On a plate

354 Butterscotch

355 Chocolate

356 Chocolate chip

357 Ginger

358 Oatmeal

359 Peanut Butter

360 Pinwheel

361 Filled

362 Rolled/shaped/cutout

363 Cereal Bars, please identify

364 Bar Cookies

365 Sandwich

366 Shortbread

367 Thumbprint

368 No Bake Cookies

369 Pumpkin cookies

370 Other cookies - please identify

MUFFINS – 6 On a plate

371    Blueberry

372    Bran

373    Carrot

374    Chocolate Chip

375    Banana

376    Poppy Seed

377    Cream Cheese

378    Other muffins - please identify

CORN BREAD

379 Pan cornbread Southern style

380 Mexican cornbread

381 Sweet cornbread

382 Corn muffin

CANDY   - 6 Pieces on a plate

383 Chocolate fudge

384 Nut fudge

385 Peanut butter fudge

386 White fudge

387 Creams

388 Caramels

389 Hardtack

390 Brittle

391 Divinity, Sea Foam

392 Mints

393 Taffy

394 English Toffee

395 Peanut Butter Cups

396 Molded assortment

397 Chocolate covered cherries

398 Other candy, please identify

COBBLERS

399 Peach

400 Berry

401 Combination fruit

402 Apple Dumpling

CULINARY CLASSES FOR JUNIORS/INTERMEDIATES

Juniors and Intermediates may enter any of the above culinary classes also. The classes below

are only for Juniors and Intermediates.

INTERMEDIATES

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                403        Bisquick mix biscuits

404 Muffins 6 on a plate

405 Pie - please identify

406 Coffee cake

407 Cake from scratch - bring recipe with entry

408 Gingerbread

409 Chocolate chip cookies - 6 on a plate

410 Peanut butter cookies - 6 ona plate

411 Brownies - 6 on a plate

412 Sugar cookies - 6 on a plate

413 No Bake cookies - 6 on a plate

414 Cake mix cookies - 6 on a plate

415 Other cookies - please identify 6 on a plate

416 Cupcakes - 6 on a plate

417 Bar cookies - 6 on a plate

418 Cheesecake

419 Candy - please identify 6 on a plate

JUNIORS

420 Bisquik mix biscuits - 6 on a plate

421 Muffins - identify 6 on a plate

422 Coffeecake

423 Cupcakes - 6 on a plate

424 Gingerbread

425 Cake mix cake - one or two layers

426 Chocolate chip cookies - 6 on a plate

427 Peanut Butter cookies - 6 on a plate

428 Sugar cookies - 6 on a plate

429 Brownies - 6 on a plate

430 No Bake cookies - 6 on a plate

431 Bar cookies - 6 on a plate

432 Cake mix cookies - 6 on a plate

433 Other cookies - identify, 6 on a plate

434 Cheesecake

435 Candy - please identify 6 pieces on a plate