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					                                                                     2009 Clark County Fair Exhibitor Guide
                                                                                          Section: Clothing
                                                                                   Location: Exhibition Hall
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CLOTHING

Superintendent:                     Assistant Superintendent:       Assistant Superintendent:

Beryl M. McMahon                    Corinna Harbough                Janet Freeland
10320 N.E. 73rd Street              9614 N.E. 80th Avenue           13401 N. E. 28 #13
Vancouver, WA 98662                 Vancouver, WA 98662             Vancouver, WA 98682
(360) 260-3102                      (360) 721-0653 or               (360) 891-5897
                                    (360) 694-3901




ENTRY INFORMATION
1. This category is open to anyone who wishes to enter. No entry fee will be charged or admission
   tickets given to exhibitors.
2. Entries accepted: Tuesday, August 4 and Wednesday, August 5, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. No entries
   accepted Thursday, August 6.
3. Pickup time 10 p.m. to 11 p.m. Sunday, August 16, or 9 a.m. to noon, Monday, August 17 only.
4. Entries in this department must be homemade and entered in the name of the designer. No
   previously exhibited entry can compete for premiums.
5. All entries must have been completed after August 10, 2008.

SPECIFIC RULES
1. Please also see the General Rules of the Fair.
2. Only those items for which there is a class and lot number can be entered and one entry in any one
   lot per exhibitor.
3. No soiled articles will be accepted. The superintendent reserves the right to reject such articles.
4. No exhibits can be removed before 10 p.m., Sunday, August 16. If any article is removed prior to that
   time, the exhibitor will forfeit the ribbon and premium for such article.
5. The Fair Board will not be responsible for exhibits, but will use every precaution to protect them from
   loss or damage.
6. The superintendent reserves the right to reject all articles for exhibit at her discretion.

SPECIAL AWARD, MADE FOR CHARITY
Any garment made for charity receives a special ribbon and tax receipt, no money awards. Items
become the property of CCF for distribution to Clark County non-profit agencies. The current
classes and lots will be followed by the letter “C” for these items. No limit to number of exhibits.
Use separate entry form. Please include a label with the size for each garment.

PREMIUMS
See individual Class and Lot for points allowed for each color of ribbon, $0.25 per point.
B= Blue, R= Red, W= White ribbons.
Special Rosettes for Superintendent’s and Judge’s Choice for two Youth and one Adult category, and
Most Points.

CLASS 700: INFANT & TODDLER CLOTHING, SIZES 0-5
LOTS:                  B     R  W
1.    Bib               4    3   2
2.    Bonnet            4    3   2
3.    Coat              6    5   4
4.    Dress             5    4   3
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                                                              Section: Clothing
                                                       Location: Exhibition Hall
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5.    Gown               5    4     3
6.    Jacket             6    5     4
7.    Jumper             5    4     3
8.    Jumpsuit           5    4     3
9.    Misc. Garments     5    4     3
10.   Nightgown          5    4     3
11.   Pajamas, boys      5    4     3
12.   Pajamas, girls     5    4     3
13.   Panties, Boys      5    4     3
14.   Panties, Girls     5    4     3
15.   Pants or slacks    5    4     3
16.   Petticoat          5    4     3
17.   Pinafore           5    4     3
18.   Robe               5    4     3
19.   Shirt              5    4     3
20.   T-Shirt            4    3     2

CLASS 701: CHILD CLOTHING, SIZES 6-11
CLASS 702: JR. CLOTHING, SIZES 11-18
LOTS:                    B    R     W
1.    Blouse, fancy      5    4      3
2.    Blouse, plain      5    4      3
3.    Capri Pants        5    4      3
4.    Coat, boys         6    5      4
5.    Coat, girls        6    5      4
6.    Dress, cotton      6    5      4
7.    Dress, synthetic   6    5      4
8.    Dress, wool        6    5      4
9.     Halter            4    3      2
10.   Jacket, boys       6    5      4
11.   Jacket, girls      6    5      4
12.   Jockey Shorts      5    4      3
13.   Jumper             5    4      3
14.   Misc. garments     5    4      3
15.   Nightgown          5    4      3
16.   Pajamas, boys      5    4      3
17.   Pajamas, girls     5    4      3
18.   Panties            4    3      2
19.   Pants w/zipper     6    5      4
20.   Pants, pull-on     5    4      3
21.   Play/sports outfit 5    4      3
22.   Robe, Boys         6    5      4
23.   Robe, Girls        6    5      4
24.   Shirt, boys        5    4      3
25.   Shorts, boys       5    4      3
26.   Shorts, girls      4    3      2
27.   Skirt, cotton      5    4      3
28.   Skirt, other       5    4      3
29.   Skort              5    4      3
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                                                          Section: Clothing
                                                   Location: Exhibition Hall
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30.   Slacks, boy     5      4   3
31.   Slacks, girl    5      4   3
32.   Suit Boys       6      5   4
33.   Suit, girls     6      5   4
34.   Swim suit       5      4   3
35.   Trousers Boys   5      4   3
36.   T-Shirt         5      4   3
37.   Vest            5      4   3

CLASS 703: ADULT GARMENTS
LOTS:                    B   R   W
1.    Apron, cobbler     5   4   3
2.    Apron, fancy       5   4   3
3.    Apron, practical   5   4   3
4.    Blouse, fancy      5   4   3
5.    Blouse, plain      5   4   3
6.    Dress and jacket   8   7   6
7.    Dress, cotton      6   5   4
8.    Dress, silk,/wool  6   5   4
9.    Dress, synthetic   6   5   4
10.   Dress, long dressy 8   7   6
11.   Dress, long/simple 7   6   5
12.   Jacket, lined, M   8   7   6
13.   Jacket, lined, W   8   7   6
14.   Jacket, unlined, M 7   6   5
15.   Jacket, unlined, W 7   6   5
16.   Jump suit          5   4   3
17.   Jumper             5   4   3
18.   Man’s pajamas      5   4   3
19.   Man’s shirt        7   6   5
20.   Man’s slacks       8   7   6
21.   Misc. garments     5   4   3
22.   Nightgown          5   4   3
23.   Other accessories  5   4   3
24.   Pajamas, woman     5   4   3
25.   Pant suit          8   7   6
26.   Panties, Women     6   5   4
27.   Peignoir set       6   5   4
28.   Purse              5   4   3
29.   Robe, Men’s        7   6   5
30.   Robe, Women’s      7   6   5
31.   Shell              5   4   3
32.   Ski jacket         7   6   5
33.   Ski pants          7   6   5
34.   Skirt, cotton      5   4   3
35.   Skirt, synthetic   5   4   3
36.   Skirt, wool        5   4   3
37.   Slacks, cotton     5   4   3
38.   Slacks, synthetic  5   4   3
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                                                                 Section: Clothing
                                                          Location: Exhibition Hall
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39.   Slacks, wool        7     6     5
40.   Slip                5     4     3
41.   Sports outfit       7     6     5
42.   Suit, dressmaker    9     8     7
43.   Swim suit           5     4     3
44.   Vest, men           5     4     3
45.   Vest, women         5     4     3
46.   Wedding dress       9     8     7

CLASS 704: TAILORED GARMENTS
LOTS:                     B R        W
1.    Coat, lined Ladies  9 8        7
2.    Jacket, lined       9 8        7
3.    Misc. garments      7 6        5
4.    Sport coat Man’s    9 8        7
5.    Suit, lined Ladies’ 9 8        7
6.    Suit, Man’s         9 8        7
7.    Trousers, Ladies’   7 6        5
8.    Trousers, Man’s     9 8        7
9.    Wool shirt          8 7        6
10.   Wool shirt, Plaid   9 8        7


Class 705: Costumes & Vintage– Children’s
Class 706 Costumes & Vintage– Adults
LOTS:                      B    R    W
1.    Cartoon, male         5   4     3
2.    Cartoon, female       5   4     3
3.    Fairy Tale, male      5   4     3
4.    Fairy Tale, female    5   4     3
5.    Comic book, male      5   4     3
6.    Comic book, girl      5   4     3
7.    Dance, long           5   4     3
8.    Dance, short          5   4     3
9.    Misc. male            5   4     3
10.   Misc. female          5   4     3
11.   Vintage Repro. suit   8   6     4
12.   Vintage dress         8   6     4
13.   Vintage Misc.         8   6     4
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                                                                                           Section: Clothing
                                                                                    Location: Exhibition Hall
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CLASS 707: CROCHETED, KNITTED & WOVEN ADULT GARMENTS
CLASS 708: CROCHETED, KNITTED & WOVEN INFANTS
CLASS 709: CROCHETED, KNITTED & WOVEN CHILDREN

HOMESPUN GARMENTS
CLASS 710: OTHER
CLASS 711: CROCHETED
CLASS 712: KNITTED
CLASS 713: WOVEN

LOTS:                           B     R     W
1.    2-piece dress/suit        9     8     7
2.    Baby Misc.                6     5     4
3.    Bonnet                    5     4     3
4.    Booties                   4     3     2
5.    Cap                       5     4     3
6.    Coat, lined               9     8     7
7.    Coat, unlined             8     7     6
8.    Dress                     8     7     6
9.    Dress, baby               5     4     3
10.   Gloves                    6     5     4
11.   Hat                       5     4     3
12.   Ladies blouse/shell       5     4     3
13.   Ladies cardigan           7     6     5
14.   Man’s pull-on             7     6     5
15.   Man’s vest                7     6     5
16.   Men’s cardigan            7     6     5
17.   Misc. Garments            6     5     4
18.   Mittens                   5     4     3
19.   Rompers                   5     4     3
20.   Scarf                     4     3     2
21.   Shawl                     5     4     3
22.   Socks                     7     6     5
23.   Stole                     6     5     4
24.   Sweater, baby             6     5     4
25.   Woman’s pull-on           7     6     5


CLASS 714: HOMESPUN YARN

Each entry should consist of one clean skein of at least three ounces, properly tied and labeled with fiber
type, intended use and yardage. Skeins will be judged for their general appearance, suitability of fiber to
yarn, technique, and suitability of yarn to final use.

Special Judge’s Rosette.
Special Rosette for Superintendent’s Choice.
Special award given to the most points in the hand-spun class donated by The Cobbs’ Web.
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                                                                                      Section: Clothing
                                                                               Location: Exhibition Hall
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CLASS 714: HOMESPUN YARN (cont.)

LOTS:                          B     R      W
1.      Goat singles           6     4       2
2.      Goat plyed             6     4       2
3.      Llama singles          6     4       2
4.      Llama plyed            6     4       2
5.      Novelty yarn           6     4       2
6.      Rabbit singles         6     4       2
7.      Rabbit plyed           6     4       2
8.      Wool singles           6     4       2
9.      Wool plyed             6     4       2
10.     Others


CLASS 715: MACHINE EMBROIDERY
LOTS: Free motion on a sewing machine designed for normal sewing.
                             B      R      W
A1A.   Thread painting        6     4      2
       Straight stitch
A1B.   Thread painting        6     4      2
       Side stitch
A2.    Cutwork                8     6      4
A3.    Bobbin work            6     4      2
A4.    Lace making            8     6      4
A5.    Portrait               8     6      4
A6.    Beading                6     4      2
A7.    Multi-media (hand      4     3      2
       painted background
       with tread
       enhancement, etc.)
A8.    Other


LOTS: Special free motion embellishment machines (Omni Stitch, Meistergram, etc.)
                              B      R    W
B1.    Garment                6      4      2
B2.    Other (specify on      6      4      2
       entry form)


LOTS: Non-free motion with a sewing machine designed for normal sewing, using any of the machine’s
available stitches (programmed stitches, cams or computer cassettes)
                                B      R     W
C1.      Garment                6       4     2
C2.      Any of the above       6       4     2
         01-08 (specify on
         entry form)
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                                                                                        Section: Clothing
                                                                                 Location: Exhibition Hall
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CLASS 716: WEARABLE ART
Any garment which has been made or embellished by the entrant may be entered. Purchased garments
may be used, but embellishment must be the work of the entrant. Entrant produced garments will be
judged as a whole, not only on decorated portion.

LOTS:                B        R     W
1.    Embellishment by         5        4     3
      hand
2     Embellish by              6       5     4
      machine
3     Combination.              6       5     4


ELSIE THOMPSON AWARD
A special rosette and $10.00 cash award for the best use of recycled materials to make a new garment in
Classes 700-716.
• Submit a picture of original materials and indicate on entry this is a garment made from recycled
  materials (i.e., dress from drapes, vest from jeans).
• Must be a new garment, not an alteration for size, etc.
• Judging of best entry will be done by award donor and division superintendent.

SPECIAL M.E.O.W. AWARD
Machine Embroiderers of Oregon and Washington will provide a special award. The exhibitor judged as
having the highest rating in machine needle arts will receive a certificate and special ribbon.

				
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