JUNIOR FAIR DEPT. 126 CLOTHING* ATCP 160.72
Judging face-to-face Thursday 3-8 p.m. Jr. Fair Building.
Make sure you read ALL “Rules & Regulations” in front of book!
General clothing instructions for ALL CLOTHING CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS are as follows:
Fabric should be appropriate for the intended use of the garment
Articles exhibited are to be made after last year’s fair
Special care will be exercised to keep the garment in good condition and prevent losses, but all garments are displayed at
Commercially made articles will be disqualified
Any soiled garment will be disqualified at judge’s decision
Entry tags should be attached with a pin near the top of the garment on the left side (when being worn).
Note cards required if member cannot be present for face-to-face judging. Information to include on card: fiber content,
intended care, intended use, type of interfacing, preparation of fabric and notions, pattern company, and number, or state “original”
if you designed your garment. List any new techniques used or skills learned. Pin to the lower left front hem. Do not attach the
note card to entry tag.
All garments must be placed (pinned if necessary) on hangers, except pajamas, night gowns, and accessory groups.
Child’s garment should be made for child 8 years and under.
Whenever possible, include pattern name and number on back of entry tag.
Members of FCCLA or other youth groups may enter under appropriate age and experience category
All clothing project members are eligible to participate in Sheep Lead Line Class. Refer to Dept. 104, Lead Line Class for
All clothing project members eligible to enter family involvement project, Class C, Lot #61 and #62, Scrapbook. See pg
PREMIUM Blue 2.50 Red 2.25 White 2.00 Pink 1.75 Applies to all Classes
CLASS A - UNDER CONSTRUCTION LOTS 1-20
Open to exhibitors enrolled in “Under Construction.” Enrolled in 1st or 2nd year.
1. Simple carryall for travel (tote bag, gym bag, beach 12. Any other sewn article
bag, laundry bag) 13. Top with creative design applied by member (top
2. Apron may be purchased)
3. Nightgown or sleepwear 14. Vest or unlined jacket
4. Simple skirt/split skirt 15. Outerwear (mitten, hat, etc.)
5. Blouse or shirt 16. Sewn article for use in home (pillow, placemat,
6. Slacks or shorts potholders, etc.)
7. Pullover top 17. Costume
8. Simple dress or jumper 18. Poster or scrapbook of fabric experiment you
9. Sportswear (must be worn as a complete outfit) completed
10. “Quick Project To Do”- from supplemental activity 19. Community service project to be donated to an
11. Robe or lounging apparel 20. Item made at workshop
CLASS B - FASHION FORWARD LOTS 21-42
Open to exhibitors enrolled in “Fashion Forward” or sewing for 3 or more years
21. Sleepwear 33. Polo/golf type shirt with placket
22. Skirt/split skirt 34. 2-piece suit (jacket or vest with pants or skirt)
23. Blouse or shirt 35. Outerwear Jacket
24. Pullover top 36. Any other sewn article
25. Pants or shorts 37. Sewn article for use in home (pillow, placemat,
26. Simple carryall for travel (tote, gym bag, beach potholders, etc.)
bag, laundry bag 38. Costume
27. Simple dress or jumper 39. Outerwear (mitten, hat, etc.)
28. Vest or unlined jacket 40. Poster or scrapbook of fabric experiment you
29. Sportswear (must be worn as a complete outfit) completed
30. “Quick Project to Do” - from supplemental activity 41. Item made at workshop
sheets 42. Community service project to be donated to an
31. Robe or lounging apparel organization
32. Pullover top with applied design (top may be
CLASS C - SEW ON AND SEW FORTH LOTS 43-66
Open to exhibitors in grades 10 & older as of Jan. 1 enrolled in Sew On And Sew Forth or sewing 3 or more years.
43. Pullover top 57. Outerwear
44. Blouse or shirt 58. Any other sewn article
45. Pullover top and pants (must be worn as complete 59. Pullover top with applied design (top may be
46. Skirt or split skirt 60. Polo/golf type shirt
47. Fancy blouse 61. Family Involvement Project - Clothing - Quilt,
48. Sundress or jumper bedspread or wall hanging (min. 48” x 60”) (See page 10)
49. Sleepwear 62. Scrapbook incorporating member's record book
50. Robe or lounging apparel related to clothing
51. 2-piece suit - (jacket or vest with pants or skirt) 63. Sewn article for use in home (pillow, placemat,
52. Blouse or shirt with pants, bibs, knickers or split potholders, etc.)
skirt 64. Costume
53. Dress 64. Formal Dress
54. Jacket or vest 65. Community service project to be donated to an
55. Child’s garment organization
56. Sportswear (must be worn as complete outfit. Use 66. Item made at workshop
only for garments not appropriate for above categories). 67. Simple Carry all (gym, tote, beach, etc.)
ANY DUPLICATE OF THIS CLASS WILL BE 68. Poster or scrapbook of fabric experiment you
CLASS D - CONSUMER SAVVY LOTS 69-89
Open to exhibitors enrolled in Consumer Savvy or doing other equivalent work.
Level 1: The Consumer in Me
69. Journal of your own Savings plan 73. Report on Cyber consumerism: researching
70. Spending habits log shopping sites
71. Poster Comparing costs of similar products 74. Completed member guide (BU8030)
72. Poster on Cyber consumerism: safety
Level 2: Consumer Wise Lot
75. Report: consumer manners, customs 78. Create an ad
76. Poster: role of personal values in decision-making 79. Report: compare results of computer search engines
77. Poster: steps taken in planning for a major purchase 80. Completed member guide (BU8031)
Level 3: Consumer Roadmap
81. Poster: path of a product from manufacture to 85. Report: Interview with a shop owner
consumer 86. Poster: Decision making process when purchasing
82. Poster: retailer policies on use of child labor an expensive product
83. Report: U.S. regulated global market vs. straight 87. Product complaint letter
market economy 88. Poster: True costs of owning a car
84. Report: compare different economies within U.S. 89. Completed member guide (BU8032)
CLOTHING REVUE LOTS 90-114
Prejudged prior to fair Face-to-face judging All Clothing and Cloverbud project members are encouraged to enter.
Exhibitor must have made the garment they will model. The member must send description of garment, and intended use.
Entries will be judged on: The total look (related to the person)
General appearance - neatness, posture, and The total look (related to garment)
All blue ribbon winners in Clothing Revue grades 8 & younger as of Jan. 1 will be considered for the Jr. Clothing Award. Judging
for the award will take place at the end of Clothing Revue. Jr. Clothing Award presented to a member only once. All blue ribbon
winners in Clothing Revue grades 9 & older as of Jan. 1 will be considered for State Fair Style Revue.
CLASS E - CLOTHING REVUE - Cloverbuds LOT 90
No premium. Gift donated by Audrey Henn family, given to all Cloverbud participants.
90. Simple apparel
CLASS F - UNDER CONSTRUCTION LOTS 91-97
Open to exhibitors grades 3-6 as of Jan. 1 enrolled in “Under Construction”.
91. Pants or shorts 95. Dress
92. Sundress or jumper 96. Robe or sleepwear
93. Skirt or split skirt 97. Sportswear (use only for garment not appropriate
94. Simple blouse or simple top for above categories - must be a complete outfit)
CLASS G - FASHION FORWARD LOTS 98-105
Open to exhibitors grades 7-9 as of Jan. 1 enrolled in “Fashion Forward”.
98. Pants, shorts 103. Robe or sleepwear
99. Sundress or jumper 104. Sportswear (use only for garments not appropriate
100. Blouse and skirt or split skirt for above categories - must be a complete outfit).
101. Dress 105. Skirt or Split Skirt
CLASS H - SEW ON AND SEW FORTH LOTS 106-114
Open to clothing exhibitors grades 10 & older as of Jan. 1 enrolled in “Sew On and Sew Forth”.
106. Sundress or jumper
107. Blouse with skirt or split skirt
108. Blouse or shirt with pants, bibs, knickers, etc.
110. Robe or sleepwear
111. 2-piece suit (jacket or vest with pants)
112. 2-piece suit (jacket or vest with skirt)
113. Sportswear (use only for garments not appropriate for above categories - must be a complete outfit).
114. Formal Dress