Crafts and Hobbies – Class 29

////Crafts and Hobbies – Class 29
Crafts and Hobbies – Class 292022-04-12T13:32:59+00:00



Chair: Jan Pinkerton…………905-939-2688

Committee: Betty Huisman, Jennifer Slade, Janis Boykach

  • All rules at the beginning of the Homecraft Section apply
  • All exhibitors MUST BE AMATEURS
  • Definition of non-amateur/professional: A person who uses craft supplies to create fine craft items by hand and sells or teaches the finished product. Anyone, who enters and is found to be a non-amateur or professional of that craft, will be disqualified from the judging process.
  • Best of Show rosette will be awarded, no additional prize money.


  • Items should be clean and odour free.
  • All crafts must have a patch of material, yarn or

threads attached to each entry.

  • Pictures must be ready to hang.
  • Failure to comply with these rules will result in


All crafts should be new and this year’s work. Items from previous years should not be entered




1st – $5.50, 2nd – $5.00, 3rd – $4.50

SECTIONS 5 to 45

1st – $ $4.50, 2nd – $4.00, 3rd – $3.50

Suggestion for 2022 Fair: Remember we are celebrating our 2022 theme. Try to make your entries primarily with a “Celebrating our Community Heroes” theme to increase your judge’s scoring. Let’s celebrate agricultural and community heroes in Schomberg!

  1. Counted cross stitch picture (under 12” not including mat and frame)
  2. Counted cross stitch picture (over 12”)
  3. Fill a Hoop – (i.e. cross stitch, quilting, embroidery or exhibitor’s choice )
  4. Fibre Art – Article of Needle Felting 5. Handmade stuffed toy – child proof
  5. Best dressed Doll – (at least 2 pieces) crochet 7. Colouring Page – mounted

Scrapbooking 8. Single Memory page: Favourite Christmas Moment

  1. Single Memory page: Vacation, Birthday or Anniversary
  2. Single Memory Page: Family tree. Three to four generations

Greeting Cards

  1. Hallowe’en
  2. Christmas
  3. Easter
  4. Wire sculpture (include sample)
  5. Handmade wooden item-no size requirement but it must be able to be transported upstairs with no lift assist- craftsman judged only -include samples
  6. Tea cozy -knit or crochet
  7. Bird house or feeder – must be useable
  8. Piece of metal work
  9. Model made from a kit (i.e. car, plane etc.)
  10. Slippers, any size, yarn or fabric
  11. Handmade Jewellery – any medium
  12. Bookmark: 2022 Theme: “Celebrating our Community Heroes”
  13. Baby Bib (any medium)
  14. Article made with plastic canvas
  15. Sewn Pillowcase
  16. Embroidered or cross stitch pillowcase
  17. Spring decoration
  18. Fridge Magnet
  19. Article of Finger Knitting or Crocheting
  20. Decorated Picture Frame: 2022 Theme: “Celebrating our Community Heroes”
  21. Decorated memory box
  22. Article made from recycled material
  23. Any other craft not listed


  1. Angel – any medium
  2. Christmas Gift Bag – paper – bag may be purchased
  3. 3 Christmas ornaments – mounted
  4. Christmas Centrepiece for dining table
  5. Christmas placemats (2)
  6. Christmas Table Runner
  7. Article made from Old Greeting Cards
  8. Christmas Article from plastic canvas
  9. Christmas Stocking


  1. Out of The Cold Special

***Handmade set of Hats and Mitts or Hat and Scarf*** yarn or fabric.

First prize only to be determined before the Fair

NOTE: This category is a retained special. All section 43 entries will be donated to rotating charities. Multiple entries are welcome. Specify the one to be judged.


Best decorative or functional Homecraft article(s) made using Bernardin Mason Jar(s) or 2-piece snap lid(s)

1st Prize only: $20 Prize coupon

  1. 2022 Fair Theme: “Celebrating our Community Heroes” Double page scrapbooking layout 12” x 12” in protective sleeves.

First prize only to be awarded. Prize to be determined before the Fair.

  1. Jewellery item or jewellery set made from repurposed materials

1st Prize: $12.00

2nd Prize: $8.00

3rd Prize: $5.00

Prizes donated by Monica Duggan, Teresa Slade, and their families