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105 Crawford County Fair Schedule of EventsthSaturday July 318:30 – 11:00 a.m.4-H Clothing Construction JudgingCatholic Hall9:00 – 10:30 a.m.4-H BuymanshipCatholic Hall1:00 – 2:00 p.m.4-H Style RevueCatholic HallSunday August 1st10:00 a.m. -Crawford County Open Horse Show1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.4-H Arts and Crafts Judging4-H Fiber Arts Judging4-H Photography Judging5:00 p.m.4-H Dog Show5:30 – 7:00 p.m.Pre-Fair BBQMarvin Green Bldg.Tickets available at the door or in advance from 4-H memberMonday August 2nd3:30 – 7:00 p.m.Bill Peak ArenaMarvin Green Bldg.L. Murphy Arena4-H Foods JudgingMarvin Green Bldg.Tuesday August 3rd2:00-9:00 p.m.All Animal Health Papers Checked2:00-8:00 p.mLivestock Weigh-InAlleyway set up for swine 8-9pm5:00 p.m.7:00 p.m.Sami’s Legacy Rodeo Books OpenSami’s Legacy Youth Rodeo(Free will donation as admission fee)Wednesday August 4th9:00 a.m.Barn9:00-11:00am11:00am11:00 a.m.4-H Horse ArenaL. Murphy ArenaL. Murphy Arena4-H Rabbit JudgingRabbitFollowed Open RabbitExhibit Open Class and 4-H Check InAll 4-H and Open Class inside exhibits must be in place4-H Geology JudgingMarvin Green Bldg.4-H Entomology Judging4-H Rocketry/Spacetech/Robotics Judging4-H Forestry Judging4-H Food Preservation & Poster Judging4-H Self-Determined Judging

4-H Notebook/Poster Judging4-H Shooting Sports Judging4-H Wildlife Judging4-H Home Environment Judging4-H Reading Judging4-H Horticulture Judging4-H Field Crops Judging4-H/Open Booth and Banner JudgingOpen Floral Judging, followed by 4-H Floral Open Class Bldg.4-H Floral Judging11:30 a.m.JudgingJudging3:00pm4-H Bldg.4-H Woodwork JudgingMarvin Green Bldg.4-H Energy Management JudgingAg-Ed MechanicsOpen ClothingOpen Textiles JudgingOpen Arts & Crafts JudgingOpen Class Bldg.Open Photography JudgingOpen Food/Preserv. JudgingOpen Field Crops JudgingOpen Horticulture & Crops JudgingBarnYard Olympics7:00 p.m.7:00 p.m.L. Murphy ArenaRodeoThursday August 5thBill Peak Arena8:00 a.m.Arena8:00 a.m.4-H Swine ShowL. Murphy4-H Horse Show4-H Horse Arena9:00 a.m.4-H Poultry JudgingFollowed by Open Poultry4-H Sheep Show2:00 p.m.Arena5:00 p.m.Arena7:00 p.m.Poultry BarnL. MurphyFollowed by Open SheepFollowed by Dairy Show (cattle andgoats)4-H Meat Goat ShowFollowed by Open GoatsRodeoFriday August 6th8:00a.m.Beef4-H Beef ShowBucket Calf Show FollowingL. MurphyBill Peak ArenaL. Murphy Arena

Beef8:00 a.m.12:00 p.m.1:30 p.m.ArenaFollowed by all Open4-H Horse Timed EventsDestination Papers Due4-H Horse ArenaFair Office4-H Livestock JudgingL. MurphyFollowed by 4-H Crops JudgingPoultry JudgingContest3:00 p.m.Kids Tractor PullFarm Bureau Shelter5:00 p.m.Arena7:00 p.m.Livestock Costume ContestL. MurphyTractor PullBill Peak Arena4-H Round Robin ShowL. Murphy4-H Livestock SaleL. MurphyDemolition DerbyBill PeakSaturday August 7th8:00 a.m.Arena2:00 p.m.Arena7:00 p.m.Arena2021 RECOMMENDED REQUIREMENTS FOR KANSAS COUNTY FAIRSGENERAL REQUIREMENTSGENERAL REQUIREMENTS All animals are subject to examination by the exhibition staff ortheir representatives and shall be free of clinical signs of infectious or contagiousdisease. Animals determined by exhibition staff to have not met listed requirements will not bepermitted to exhibit. Certificate Of Veterinary Inspection (Health Certificate) Kansas OriginLivestock – Certificate of Veterinary Inspection is not required by Kansas Department ofAgriculture – Division of Animal Health (KDA-DAH), but can be required at the discretion ofeach exhibition event. Livestock Originating From Other States – All livestock originatingoutside of Kansas must meet Kansas import requirements and must have a valid Certificate ofVeterinary Inspection.CATTLE (BEEF, DAIRY) AND BISON All cattle and bison must meet the GeneralRequirements. Cattle determined by exhibition staff to have lesions of ringworm, warts orinfested with mange will not be permitted to exhibit. Cattle Originating From Other States o Allcattle must have official ID, and ID must be individually listed on the accompanying CVI.

GOATS In addition to the General Requirements, all goats must be: Identified with aregistered tattoo or an official USDA premises ID tag (Scrapie tag.) Goats identified withregistration tattoos must have legible tattoos and must have registration papers for theseanimals available for inspection. Free of any signs of sore mouth. Free of clinical signs ofactive fungal (ringworm) infection. Goats Originating From Other States o All goats must haveofficial ID, and ID must be individually listed on the accompanying CVI.HORSES All horses must meet the General Requirements. A comprehensive vaccinationprotocol is recommended, but not required by KDAH. Kansas Origin Horses – A valid VSForm 10-11 showing evidence of a negative Equine Infectious Anemia (Coggins) testconducted by a state-approved laboratory within 12 months prior to exhibition isrecommended, but not required by KDAH. Horses Originating From Other States must beaccompanied by a valid VS Form 10-11 showing evidence of a negative Equine InfectiousAnemia (Coggins) test conducted by a state-approved laboratory within 2 12 months prior toentry into Kansas. Foals six months of age and younger, accompanying their EIAnegativedams, are exempt from EIA test requirements.POULTRY All poultry must meet the General Requirements. Kansas Origin Poultry - oKansas continues its designation as a Pullorum-Typhoid (P-T) Clean state. All poultry (exceptwaterfowl) are required to show proof of being P-T clean by one of the following: Originatefrom a certified U.S. Pullorum-Typhoid clean flock Test negative on a P-T test within 90 daysof exhibition Poultry Originating From Other States – All poultry entering Kansas, exceptwaterfowl, must show proof that they are pullorum – typhoid clean by one of the followingmethods: All poultry (except waterfowl) are required to show proof of being P-T clean by oneof the following: Originate from a certified U.S. Pullorum-Typhoid clean flock Test negative ona P-T test within 90 days of exhibition o Additionally, out-of-state poultry must have a "Permitto Ship Poultry or Hatching Eggs" issued by the KDAH within the previous year or a permitnumber issued by the KDAH office within the previous 15 days.RABBITS All rabbits must meet the General Requirements. Rabbits Originating from otherStates - All rabbits originating outside of Kansas must meet Kansas import requirements andmust have a valid Certificate of Veterinary Inspection.SHEEP In addition to the General Requirements, all sheep must be: Identified with aregistered tattoo or an official USDA premises ID tag (Scrapie tag.) Free of any signs of soremouth. Free of clinical signs of active fungal (ringworm) infection, including club lambfungus. Sheep Originating From Other States o All sheep must have official ID, and ID mustbe individually listed on the accompanying CVI.SWINE All swine must meet the General Requirements. Swine Originating From Other Statesmust also meet one of the following: All swine must have official ID, and ID must beindividually listed on the accompanying CVI. All swine must obtain an import permit numberprior to movement into Kansas.105th Annual Crawford County FairAugust 4- August 7Please read carefully as times, dates and rules have changed.

The Crawford County Fair Association and the 4-H offices are located inside the MarvinGreen Building.GENERAL: No weapons allowed on grounds. Non-registered vehicles are not allowedon grounds except for official use only OR mobility units. No alcohol allowed on themidway.INTERPRETATION: The Crawford County Fair Association (CCFA), through itsmanagement, makes all rules and regulations and reserves the final/absolute right tointerpret these rules and regulations. Management will arbitrarily settle & determine allmatters, questions and differences in regard there to, or otherwise arising out of anyconnection with, or incident pertaining to the fair. When no rule appears to cover thesituation, the CCFA Board will make a rule and define its application to the situation.FAIR GRIEVANCE COMMITTEECommittee: Brad Ulbrich, Matt Hartman, Colleen RennThe Fair Grievance Committee will make decisions on any disputes or issues regardingall fair rules and policies. Grievance must be submitted in writing to a fair board memberfor the committee to reviewed.LIABILITY: Under Kansas Law, there’s no liability for an injury to or death of aparticipant in domestic animal activities resulting from the inherent risks of domesticanimal activities, pursuant to K.S.A. 60-4001 through 60-4004. Exhibitors & associatesassume all risk of participating in this domestic animal activity. Exhibitors areresponsible to maintain insurance to cover any loss to persons or property which mayoccur as a result of competition. At no time will the Crawford County Fair Associationassume care, custody or control of any animals, livestock and/or personal property ofthe exhibitor. At all times the exhibitor will have full control, custody and will care, feedand keep safe their animals, livestock and personal property, all in accordance with therules and regulations of the Crawford Co. Fair. Exhibitors and others bringing propertyof any kind upon the Fairgrounds, either as exhibitors or otherwise, do so AT THEIROWN RISK. No liability shall rise from any supervision over exhibits exercised by theCCFA or its employees or volunteers, but every precaution will be used to protect suchproperty.DEPARTMENTS: Superintendents have sole charge of their department. Businessconnected with different departments must be referred to the superintendent in charge.See page 1 for a list of CCFA Board Members. Superintendents should turn inpremium payouts to Fair Office by Friday Morning.RELEASE: No exhibits (4-H or Open) shall be removed until 7 a.m., Sun., August8 . Any exhibitor removing exhibits before time stated shall forfeit all premium money.thPREMIUM CHECKS: All premium checks shall be cashed within 90 days of receiptor they are null & void. No checks will be reissued.

BARNS: All barns and buildings will open at 7:30 a.m. and will be locked at 10:00 p.m.EXHIBITION/ANIMAL CARE: All exhibits are judged according to merit. Where there isno competition, exhibit may be placed 2nd or 3rd according to the judge. The CrawfordCounty Fair is the showplace for animal agriculture. All animals/livestock shown,housed, or displayed shall receive care that is consistent with accepted animalhusbandry practices and the rules and regulations set by the CCFA. Animalsexperiencing illness, injury or discomfort shall be properly treated. Exhibits shall reflectthe care and concern that Kansans have for livestock, poultry, companion animals andwildlife. All owners or persons in charge of property will care for, guard, protect andpreserve, as Crawford County Fair does not undertake to do so and will not be heldresponsible for any loss, shrinkage, or damage to said property or livestock of theowners or exhibitors. Please see the the KDA Kansas County Fair LivestockRequirements.PETS ON FAIRGROUNDS: No dogs, cats or other pets, except for service animals, arepermitted on the Fairgrounds during the fair.CAMPING: Campers who have reserved their location by paying their fees may enterthe Fairgrounds after 8 a.m. on Sat., July 31, 2021, and set up their camper. Electricitywill be turned on Tues., August 3, 2021. Each year, previous campers will be notifiedby mail the procedure for reserving camper spots and payment method by CCFA. AfterJuly 1 , any campsites not reserved will be open. The CCFA has established thefollowing fee structure for camping during the Crawford County Fair in 2021: 150 for allcampers and trailers in advance prior to noon, July 31, 2021. For primitive camping, 10(no access to electricity). All trailers not used for living quarters must be parked outsideof the camping area in the north grass lot along the tree line. Not in the middle of theparking area.stPARKING: All trailers not used for living quarters must be parked outside of thecamping area in a designated trailer parking lot.ADVERTISING: All advertising signs (political or private in nature) will be displayedthrough a commercial booth or by purchasing a 4x8 sign or larger approved by theCCFA.VENDORS: Vendors may move in starting on Saturday prior to the fair with utilitiesbeing turned on Tuesday, July 31 at 8 a.m.LAW ENFORCEMENT: Crawford County Sheriff’s Department is the Official LawEnforcement Agency of the Crawford County Fair. A mobile command unit will beonsite. Thank you to the department for providing law enforcement for this event.4-H DEPARTMENT

Wildcat Extension District of K-State Research & Extension would like to take thisopportunity to thank all those people who make the Crawford County Fair so successful.The list of supporters numbers into the hundreds making it nearly impossible to nameeveryone without leaving some out. All plaque sponsors, livestock buyers, fair boardmembers, superintendents, and committee members are listed in their respectivedepartments of this catalog. There are also numerous volunteers that without their timeand effort the fair could not go on.The only reward these people get for their support is your smile and a thank you. Pleasetake time out of your day to thank all of these people with a card or tray of cookies! It willbenefit you always.Crawford County Extension Agents: Will Morris, James Coover, Tara Solomon-Smith,and Jesse Gilmore.ATTENTION 4-H Senior Age Youth: Please note project committee listing oncommittee listing page. Contribute to your county fair, record book, and leadership skillbuilding by serving on the assigned committee. Please be available to assistsuperintendents and other committee members in check in, judging, and announcing ordisplaying exhibits.4-H DEPARTMENT GENERAL RULESThe 4-H Department assumes no responsibility for items exhibited at the Fair. Exhibitsare entered and displayed at the risk of the exhibitor.4-H and FFA MEMBERSHIPOnly bona fide Crawford County 4-H and FFA members with records up-to-date maycompete for prizes in this department as determined by 4-H Club Leaders andVocational Agriculture Instructors.No entry fee will be charged to exhibitors in this department. Exhibitors must be enrolledin the project by May 1, as a general rule, in order to exhibit. All exhibits must be theresult of current club year project work. In the 4-H Department, exhibitor age isdetermined as of January 1 of the current year.EXHIBIT RULES: Each exhibit must have an entry card giving name, club, classnumber and class name. Entry cards are available from the Extension Office, or in eachfair department at check-in.All livestock must be in place by 9:00 p.m. Tuesday August 3. All 4-H inside exhibitsmust be in place by 11:00AM Wed., August 4, 2020, unless otherwise designated inDepartment Rules. All exhibits will remain in place until 7:00 a.m., Sunday, Aug.8. Articles checked out before check-out time will not be awarded premium money. Allexhibits should be picked up by 3:00 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 8. After 3:00 p.m. doorswill be locked and items can be picked up at the Extension office during businesshours.

All market steers, feeder calves, market lambs, market goats, market swine, and bucketcalves must have been ear tagged prior to or on the weigh in date for that species. Anyanimals not tagged by those deadlines will not be eligible to exhibit at the fair. Beeftagging deadline is April 10th, 2021 and bucket calf, goat, sheep, and swine taggingdeadline is May 8th, 2021. Market animals and calves that have not been ear taggedwill not show. If you are unable to make the tag day for your species please contact theExtension Office to set up a time to tag your animal PRIOR to the deadline.Underweight market animals are ineligible to compete for Grand or Reserve Champion.Underweight animals will be ineligible for the sale.RIBBONS: In all departments of this classification the rating system of awards isused. All exhibits will be judged on their own merit against a standard and then receivea placing of Purple, Blue, Red, or White. Purple Ribbon signifies excellent quality work. Blue Ribbon specifies good to excellent work. Red Ribbon designates average to good work. White Ribbon indicates exhibits are qualified but below average quality.All judges reserve the right to place exhibits or animals in the ribbon group they see fit;only when purple or blue ribbons are awarded will a Grand Champion and ReserveChampion be selected and rosette ribbons given. Prize money is provided by theCrawford County Budget. Premiums will be apportioned among the Purple, Blue, Red,and White ribbon groups as follows: Purple/Blue, 1.50; Red, 1.25; and White, 1.00.Money won by a club exhibit will be paid to the club to be used as club money.Payment of premiums will be made at the Wildcat District Extension Office, CrawfordCounty, 120 E. Buffalo, Girard the first Monday in September through the last Friday inSeptember. Premium money not claimed during this time will be distributed through 4-HClub Leaders. No premiums will be paid on showmanship classes.4-H exhibitors 9 years and older awarded blue or purple ribbons are eligible to entertheir exhibits in the Kansas State Fair. Pre-registration forms can be picked up at theFair 4-H Office and filled out there or returned to the Extension Office, 120 E Buffalo NOLATER than August 9. ** Not all departments qualify and number of exhibitors eligiblevaries per department.SUPERINTENDENTS: are in charge of departments. Their responsibilities are: A) Planwith the committee for check-in, judging, and check-out of exhibits. B) Meet with thejudges before judging begins for an explanation of all applicable rules. C) To beresponsible in supervising displays, see the area is kept clean and neatly arranged. D)To make sure entry premium cards are marked and filed in Premium Payment Box inthe 4-H Office at the Fairgrounds as soon as judging is completed. E) In Livestockareas to assign stalls/pens. Where we have more than one judge evaluating the same

project order of judging will be determined by a "number" system as determined bySuperintendent.HEALTH PAPERS/ LIVESTOCK CARE: ALL 4-H DEPARTMENT LIVESTOCK WILLCOME UNDER THE "LIVESTOCK HEALTH REQUIREMENTS" AS STATED INFRONT OF FAIR BOOK. It is the exhibitor's responsibility to read these LivestockHealth Requirements. It is preferred to have health papers done within 14 days prior tofair but papers are not required. All animals will be assessed at check-in by a licensedveterinarian. Any animal that shows signs of infectious or contagious disease will notbe allowed to show and must be removed from the grounds.Exhibitors are responsible for providing proper feed, water, and care for theirlivestock. Any exhibitor who does not care for his or her animal or who is showingexcessive or cruel abuse to their animal at any time during the fair will result indisqualification and forfeiture of premium money.Each exhibitor is charged with the responsibility of keeping the area in and around hisstall/pen clean and neat. Livestock exhibitors (horse, swine, goats, sheep, beef, poultry& rabbits) that consistently fail to keep their livestock pen or stall and aisle area adjacentto pens clean and neat throughout the fair and do not clean pens by 12:00 noon,Sunday morning following the Fair will be assessed a 5.00 fine. Failure to pay this finewill disqualify exhibitor to show in that department the next year.Stall reservations for ALL livestock should be made with the Extension Office byJuly 15. This is done through the fair entry process when you enter. Eachexhibitor will only be allotted stalls based on the number of animals present atcheck in. Entering extra animals that you do not bring in order to get extra stallspace will not be tolerated. If it is determined that you have excess space thenyou will be required to move to make room for other exhibitors.GROOMING: of 4-H Department animals should be done by the exhibitors as much aspossible. Some assistance may be provided by an immediate family member, CrawfordCounty 4-H Project Leaders, or another 4-H member from Crawford County (noprofessionals). No artificial color is to be used on animals above knee and hock. Ifexhibitor is determined in non-compliance of the above rule by the Fair GrievanceCommittee and department superintendent, the exhibitor will be disqualified from theshow and livestock sale.Livestock must be shown by the owner. If the exhibitor has two animals to be shown inthe same class, another Crawford County 4-H or FFA member may show the secondanimal.No Dogs will be allowed on the Fairgrounds after the Dog Show, except forservice animals.

COPYRIGHT: 4-H exhibitors (individual or group) should avoid using copyrightedmaterials whenever possible by originating his/her own work. Copyrighted and/ortrademarked materials utilized in banners, displays, demonstrations, posters or otheractivities for endorsement or promotion instead of educational purposes will bedisqualified and will not be displayed or receive ribbons or premium.The above general rules will be strictly enforced.4-H PRE-FAIR BBQ DINNERThe annual Pre-Fair BBQ will be held on Sunday, August 1, 2021 at the CrawfordCounty Fairgrounds from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. Everyone is welcome! Tickets areavailable at the door and a drive thru for take-out will be available. Join us for some funand a great evening out at the Fairgrounds.The Pre-Fair BBQ is a fundraiser for traveling to 4-H camp, paying for camp counselors,4-H Scholarships, annual awards banquet, membership pins, and other 4-H councilsponsorships. 4-H members selling the most tickets will receive cash rewards:First- 50.00Second- 25.00Third- 15.00Fourth- 10.00All money collected and tickets sold will be the responsibility of the 4-H clubs and mustbe turned in to your club representative by Thursday July 23, 2020 to count towardswinning the top salesperson awards.4-H HALL OF CHAMPIONSSuperintendent: Becky ShanholtzerThe 4-H Hall of Champions is wall of photos of grand and reserve champion exhibitorsfrom every department for the current fair. The Hall of Champions is located at the southentrance of the 4-H Exhibit Building. Results are posted following judging of each day'sevents.Visual Arts (Arts & Crafts)Superintendent: Joan DaviedCommittee: Dianna Burns, Lori Holt, Angie Sarley, Joye Townsend, Jannette Allai,Sylvia Hines(every club with exhibitors in Arts and Crafts are asked to have at least one 4-Hvolunteer to help with judging)1. Read General Rules.2. Scheduled conference style judging will be from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Sunday,August 1st. Members must sign up for a judging time slot prior to fair. Watchnewsletter for deadline.

3. An exhibitor will be limited to a total of 7 entries. Premium money will be paid on topfive entries only.4. Entry cards should be attached to the exhibit in the best way suitable for the item.5. Exhibit must be the work of the 4-H exhibitor completed during the current 4-H year.6. All exhibits which need to be hung MUST have a wire or saw tooth hanger attached(no string or tape) in order to be properly displayed. If necessary hardware is notattached, it may not be displayed.7. Multi-piece items should be marked accordingly.8. Arts & Crafts fair exhibits are limited by the Kansas State Fair based on Arts & Craftsenrollment in each county. Senior and Intermediate Champion and ReserveChampion will be four of the automatic entries. Additional State Fair entries will beselected from the Most Outstanding exhibits from the Intermediate and SeniorDivisions, as determined by the judges, until our quota is met.Entries will be divided into divisions for judging:Class 4500a - Junior - 7 - 8 yearsClass 4500b - Intermediate - 9 - 13 yearsClass 4500c - Senior - 14 - 18 yearsAWARDSChampion Senior – GNBankReserve Champion Senior – Farlington Bes-Yet 4-H ClubChampion Intermediate –Heartland ElectricReserve Champion Intermediate –Win or Bust 4-H ClubChampion Junior Arts & Crafts- Jan & Barbara MikrutReserve Champion Junior - American Family Ins.,Jenny Collins- AgentSenior Most Outstanding Entry –David & Kim Pitts 4-H FamilyIntermediate Most Outstanding Entry –Joe Smith Company,Kelly & Connie KaysJunior Most Outstanding Entry – Hepler Hustlers 4-H Club(Plaques available at fair office after judging)FIBER ARTSSuperintendent: Joan DaviedCommittee: Dianna Burns, Lori Holt, Angie Sarley, Joye Townsend, Jannette Allai,Sylvia Hines (every club with exhibitors in Arts and Crafts are asked to have at least onevolunteer to help with judging)1. Visual Arts( Arts and Crafts) rules 1 through 5 also apply to Fiber Arts. Fiber Arts isdefined as any method of creating a unique design with fiber, fabric or yarn. Amember is limited to 3 exhibits.2. Scheduled conference style judging will be from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Sunday,August 1st. Members must sign up for a judging time slot prior to fair. Watchnewsletter for deadline.3. Fiber Arts exhibits qualify for the State Fair if they receive a Blue or Purple ribbonand the exhibitor is 4-H age 9-18.

ss 41114. If article is a wearable garment, it may be in the 4-H Style Revue (County level only.)5. Fiber Arts is defined as any method of creating a unique design with fiber, fabric oryarn. This may include: making fabric (such as weaving crochet, knitting, needlepoint);or when existing fabric is changed into something quite different (such as quilting orembroidery or ethnic art.) Ethnic Fiber Arts should use a fiber, yarn or fabric to createthe design exhibit. Non-textile (examples include wood, reed, straw, grass, etc.)baskets/pieces should be entered in the Visual Arts Division.6. No exhibit will be released for any other use. State Fair fiber arts exhibits cannot beused for any of the Fashion Revue classes.7. Identification Label:a. Type or print on a 3” x 21/2 “piece of cloth: class number, county or district,and exhibitor’s name.b. Sew or safety pin this ID label on the corner of flat articles;c. For garments, attach ID label to the front left shoulder seam, or left side ofwaistband, as if you were wearing the garments.8. When articles, which are normally worn as a pair, are exhibited, both articles must beshown together. Fasten article together securely with yarn.9. Special consideration will be given to articles, which are of original design. Sucharticles should have a note attached explaining the original design.10. The exhibitor should attach an index card, no larger than 4” x 6”, with the entry formto give the judge any information on what parts of the exhibit they made, processesused, or other information which the exhibitor thinks would be helpful for the judge.For all items please indicate if item was made from a kit. For all items please indicatefiber content, and specifically if they are made of at least 90% wool. For quilted itemsindicate who did the quilting and binding.11. Exhibitors are expected to be enrolled in the Fiber Art project in which they areentered. When the exhibit is a sewn garment that also includes one or more Fiber Arttechniques (i.e. knitting, crochet, needle arts, or patchwork and quilting),thedetermination of what division (Clothing or Fiber Arts) and class in which to enter willbe left with the 4-H participant.12. All exhibits which need to be hung, MUST have the appropriate saw tooth hanger, rod,wire or other mechanism attached in order to be properly displayed. If necessaryhardware is not attached, it may not be displayed.13. Fiber Arts Educational Notebook - Share with others what you learned in this projectabout a particular Fiber Art. Exhibits should be in the form of a notebook orbinder. The notebook should include a narrative section describing the fiber art. Itshould include a clear description of the project, technique, budget, supplies, goals,accomplishments, successes, failures,and future plans. It may include samples oftechniques, how-tos, photographs of completed projects, or other ways of educatingothers about fiber arts. NOTE: A collection of brochures, web pages, patterns, recordbook forms, etc. does not constitute an educational notebook. Follow copyright lawsas explained in the General Rules as you are preparing your exhibit. Name, local unitand fiber art covered must be clearly marked in the notebook.Crochet, an article including felted items. (See #9 above)

ss 4112 Knitting, an article made either by hand or by knitting machine including felted items. (See #9above)ss 4113 Needle Arts, an article created by hand using any of the following techniques:a.Embroidery and cross-stitchb.Needlepointc.Candle wickingd.Crewele.Laceworkf.Appliqué.Class 4114Patchwork or Quilted article - It is acceptable practices forthe exhibitor to create the patchwork or quilted article and have someoneelse quilt it. (See #9 above)Class 4115Rug Making, a rug - acceptable techniques include braiding,latch hook, tying, floor cloth, etc. The finished product should be an itemthat would be an item used in the home.Class 4116Spinning, a skein - minimum 10 yards in lengthClass 4117Weaving, a woven article - Members should attachinformation about the type of loom or process used. (See #9 above) Wovenwood reed basket, should be exhibited in Visual ArtsClass 4118Ethnic Arts, an article: This is defined as a Fiber Art/Textiletechnique that is associated with a specific country or culture. It is a practicalskill that was developed to provide basic family needs such as apparel,home furnishings or decorations. It is also defined as a method that hasbeen maintained throughout history and passed on to others, often byobservation and by example, such as batik, Swedish huck towel weaving,mud cloth, bobbin weaving, tatting, felted items that are not knitted orcrocheted, etc. Members should attach information on the history of theethnic fiber art, where it was used, by whom,how it was used, shortdescription of the technique, etc. (See #9 above)Class 4119Macramé, an articl

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