4H Project Round Up – Dept. 10

Contact: Christine Sherman – 724-654-8370


DEPARTMENT 10 SECTION 13
4-H VEGETABLES


Submit entries from 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM on Saturday, August 12, 2017

PREMIUMS:….. 1st – $3.00 2nd – $2.50 3rd – $2.00

CLASS: (Number of required specimens)
1. Beans, Lima (10)
Beans, Snap
2. Flat green pods (10)
3. Round green pods (10)
4, Wax (yellow) pods (10)

5. Beets, Round – topped (3)
6. Broccoli (1 head)
7. Brussels sprouts (1 pint)
Cabbage (1 head)
8. Flat
9. Round
10. Red

11. Carrots, topped (5)
12. Cauliflower (1 head)
13. Celery (1 plant in soil)
14. Corn – Sweet (5 -husk on)

Cucumbers
15. Pickling, under 5” (5)
16. Slicing, over 5” (3)

17. Eggplant (1)
18. Garlic (5 bulbs)

Gourds

19. Small type (3)
20. Large type (1)
21. Mini decorative pumpkin gourds (3)

Herbs (2 sprigs in water)

22. Basil
23. Chives (clump in pot)
24. Cilantro
25. Dill
26. Fennel
27. Lemon Balm
28. Mint
29. Oregano
30. Parsley, curly
31. Parsley, flat
32. Rosemary
33. Sage
34. Thyme
35. Other herb not listed

36. Kohlrabi (1)
37. Lettuce (1 plant in soil)

Onions, bulbs topped (5)
38. Red
39. White
40. Yellow

41. Peas (10 pods, full)

Peppers Sweet (3)
42. Bell
43. Frying
44. Pimento
Peppers, Hot (3)
45. Long
46. Round
47. Small
Potatoes (5)
48. Red
49. White
Pumpkins (1)
50. Field, Large
51. Sugar Pie, Small

52. Radishes (5)

Squash – Summer (1)
53. Crookneck
54. Straight neck
55. Zucchini – long
56. Zucchini – round
57. Other summer squash
Squash – Winter (1)
58. Acorn
59. Butternut
60. Other winter squash
61. Swiss Chard (1 plant in soil)

Tomatoes – Green (5)
62. Large – round
63. Plum
Tomatoes – Red (5)
64.Cherry
65.Grape
66. Large – round
67.Plum

68. Other Vegetable not listed


DEPT. 10 SECTION 14
4-H FRUIT

Entries must be brought to the Fair from 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM on Sat. August 12, 2017.

PREMIUMS:…..1st – $4.00        2nd – $3.00           3rd – $2.00

CLASS (Number of required specimens)
1. Cantaloupe or Muskmelon (1 melon)
2. Raspberry (1 cane in soil)
3. Strawberry (1 plant in soil)
4. Watermelon (1 melon)
5. Other fruit not listed


DEPT. 10 SECTION 15
4-H FOODS & NUTRITION

Entries must arrive at the Fair on Thursday, August 11, by assignment.

PREMIUMS:…..1st – $5.00 2nd – $4.00 3rd – $3.00

CLASS (Number of required specimens)
Let’s Bake Quick Breads
6. Muffins (4)
7. Loaf of Quick Bread (1/3 loaf)
8. Biscuits (4)
9. Corn Bread (1/3 loaf)

Star Spangled Foods
10. Pioneer Baked Item with Recipe and History
11. Pioneer Baked (4 smaller) Items with Recipe and History

Global Gourmet
12. Baked Product – recipe and information on how it is served in the country
(1/3 baked product)
13. Baked (4 smaller items) and information on how they would be served in country. (Country must be labeled and recipe included.)
14. A loaf of round bread from a country or culture outside the U.S.
15. A plate of 4 rolls, pretzels, tortillas or smaller breads from a country or culture outside the U.S.
16. A poster about a specific bread and information about the country or
culture the bread represents. Include the recipe (does not have to be from the project book.)

Make it with Mixes
17. Three plain small food items (such as cookies or muffins) or 1 large item (such as a cake) made with a commercial mix (Include the mix package with the exhibit).
18. Three small items (such as cookies or muffins) or 1 large item (such as a cake) refer to score sheet for more details
19. Poster (see score sheet)

Cake Decorating – cake form can be used
20. First year
21. Second year

Candy – 4 pieces on a 6” paper plate
22. Molded candy – Mints 24. Molded Chocolate
23. Molded Lollipops
24. Molded Chocolate
25. Fudge

Cookies – 4 cookies on 6” paper plate
26. Pressed Cookies 28. Sliced Cookies
27. Filled cookies 29. Fancy Cookies

Microwave Projects – Bag of Tricks – Year 1
30. Poster
31. Granola in 1/2 pint jar
32. Food Safe Snack (2-3 pieces)
33. Food Safe Dessert
34. Microwave Fudge (4 pieces)

Micro Magicians – Year 2
35. Poster 37. Brownies or Bar Cookies
36. Upside Down Cake (1 layer)
37. Brownies or Bar Cookies

Amazing Rays – Year 3
38. Poster 40. Peanut Brittle (4 pieces)
39. Coffee Cake (1 layer)
41. Toffee or Chocolate Candy (4 pieces)

Cooking 101
42. Cornbread (2 pcs.) or (2)cornbread muffins
43. Oatmeal Muffin (2)
44. Chewy Granola Bars (2)
45. Coffee Cake or One Layer Quick Mix Yellow Cake (using recipe in project bk)
46. Peanut Butter Cookies or Oatmeal Drop Cookies (3)


DEPARTMENT 10 SECTION 17
4-H FLORAL EXHIBITS

1. Entries must arrive between 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM on Saturday, August 12, 2017.
2. Exhibits must be cut flowers grown by the exhibitor and conform to the number of blooms, spikes, or stems, as specified. Uniformity of height, color or size is an important factor in evaluating entries.
3. Each entry must be of one color and variety unless otherwise stated.

PREMIUMS:…..1st – $3.00 2nd – $2.00 3rd – $1.00


DEPT. 10 SECTION 171 ANNUALS

CLASS: (Number of required specimens)
1. Ageratum (3 blooms)
2. Asters (5 blooms)
3. Bachelor Buttons (5 stems)
4. Bells of Ireland (3 stems)
5. Calendula (5 blooms)

Celosia
6. Crested (1 stem)
7. Plume (3 stems)

8. Cleoma (spider plant) (3 stems)

Cosmos (5 blooms)
9. Standard – Pink, White or Red
10. Bright lights – Orange / Yellow

Dahlia

11. Large type (1 bloom)
12. Small type (3 blooms)

Gladiola (1 spike)
13. Lavender
14.Pink
15. Purple
16. Red
17. Salmon
18. White
19. Yellow
20. Bi-color – Pinks, Oranges
21. Bi-color – Browns, Lavenders
22. Bi-color – Yellows

23. Globeamaranth (5 stems)

Marigold, African – large flower (3)
24. Orange
25. Yellow

Marigold, French – small flower (5)
26. Brown – double
27. Orange – double
28. Yellow – double
29. Single

30. Nasturtium (5 blooms)
31. Pansy (5 blooms)

Petunia (5 blooms)
32. Single Bi-color
33. Single Blue or Purple
34. Single Magenta
35. Single Pink
36. Single Red
37. Single White
38. Double Petunia – (3 blooms)

Salvia (3 spikes)
39. Blue
40. Purple
41. Red
42. White

Snapdragon (3 spikes)
43. Solid color
44. Bi-color

45. Strawflowers – mixed colors (5)

Sunflowers – any (1 stalk in water)
46. Double flower
47. Large, tall flower
48. Small, multi-stemmed flower
49. Small, single flower

50. Sweet peas – mixed (5 stems)
51. Verbena (3 stems)

Violas (5 blooms)
52. Bi-color
53. Single color

Zinnia (3 blooms)
54. Large, over 2”
55. Small, under 2″

56. Other annual not listed (3 blooms)


DEPT. 10 SECTION 172
PERENNIALS

CLASS (Number of required specimens)

1. Chrysanthemums (3 stems)
2. Cone flowers (3 blooms)
3. Daylily (1 stalk)
4. Dianthus (5 blooms)
5. Gaillarda (3 blooms)
6. Hibiscus (1 bloom)
7. Hydrangea (3 stems)
8. Lily (1 stalk)
9. Rudbeckia or Gloriosa Daisy (3 blooms)
10. Sweet Peas (5 stems)
Roses
11. Bi-color (1 bloom)
12. Solid color (1bloom)

13. Other Perennial not listed (3 blooms)


DEPT. 10 SECTION 173
FOLIAGE AND HOUSE PLANTS

Entries should contain one specimen per container unless otherwise specified.
CLASS:
1. African Violet

Begonia (in bloom)
2. Wax type/fibrous – rooted
3. African type/tuberous – rooted

4. Cactus (Single specimen)
5. Aloe vera
6. Christmas Cactus
7. Cactus garden
8. Coleus
9. Ferns

Geraniums
10. Bedding or common type
11. Scented

12. Hens and Chicks

Impatiens
13. Common, shade type
14. New Guinea

Ivy
15. Ivy – English
16. Variegated Ivy
17. Other Ivy

18. Jade
19. Kalancho
20. Nephthytis
21. Peperomia
22. Philodendron
23. Pink spotted plant
24. Pothos
25. Potted Palm
26. Sansevieria (hahnii)
27. Shamrocks
28. Snake Plant
29. Spider Plant
30. Succulent
31. Wandering Jew
32. Other House Plant not listed
33. Planter Box – must contain at least 3 specimens, may be flowering or foliage house or garden plants
34. Dish Garden – must contain at least 3 specimens. Each specimen must be a different type of plant. May contain flowering or foliage house or garden plants.
35. Hanging Basket – must be assembled by member. Any number of specimens permitted.


DEPT. 10 SECTION 174
ARTISTIC ARRANGEMENTS

1. Securely anchor arrangements so they can be handled.
2. Maximum care will be taken of the containers and accessories, but the Fair
can not Be held responsible for any damage or loss.
3. Plants & flowers used MUST be real.
4. Artistic arrangements made with purchased flowers will be disqualified.

CLASS
1. Wildflower arrangement. Conservation rules must be used.
2. Arrangement of one variety of flowers
3. Arrangement using tints, shades of one color of flowers.
4. Arrangemnt for any holiday


DEPARTMENT 10 SECTION 181
4-H CLOTHING

Entries must arrive at the on Thursday, August 10 by assignment.
PREMIUMS:….. 1st – $5.00 2nd – $4.00 3rd – $3.00

CLASS:
Level 1 –Beginners Division
Sew Much Fun
1. Shorts with elastic or drawstring waistband
2. Skirts with elastic or drawstring waistband
3. Pants with elastic or drawstring waistband
4. Skort with elastic or drawstring waistband
5. Apron
6. Other item with elastic or drawstring waistband
7. Shirt
8. Blouse
9. Costume
10. Lounge Pants
11. Dress with casing or simple closure
12. Vest
13. Instant top, skirt, or dress using a pre-shirred fabric or cut-out
14. Other clothing item
Sew Much More
15. Travel, sewing caddy or pocket on beach towel
16. Draft dodger
17. Pot holders or oven mitt
18. Pillow
19. Pillow Case
20. Body Pillow
21. Pajama tote, laundry, or gym bag
22. Simple accessory
23. Wall hanging
24. Quillo
25. Other item not listed
Stitch by Stitch
26. Choose One Option: (1) Sampler with a variety of hand stitches/patches, (2) decorative stitching on garment (purchased or sewn), (3) other hand-stitched garment or accessory.
Intermediate Level 2
27. Knits – T-shirts and slacks
28. Knits – T-shirts and shorts
29. Knits – T-shirt and skirt or culottes
30. Beach cover-up
31. Jogging suit
32. Sweatshirt
33. Jacket
34. Dress
35. Play suit
36. Advanced: garment of both knit and woven construction
37. Other simple knit item
Coordinates
38. Simple top and skirt with a waistband or facing
39. Vest or poncho and skirt with a waistband or facing
40. Simple top and slacks with a waistband or facing
41. Vest or poncho & slacks with a waistband or facing
42. Simple top & shorts with a waistband or facing
43. Vest or poncho & shorts with a waistband or facing
44. Simple top & jumper with a facing
45. Simple top, vest, or poncho and jumpsuit with a facing
46. Simple dress with a facing, no waistband & set-in sleeves
47. Dress with set in sleeves
48. Pants or slacks with waistband or facing & zipper
49. Other coordinates
Accessories – Group of 3 accessories. (Gloves or paired items count as one.)
50. Accessories (Ages 8-12)
51. Accessories (Age 13 & over)
Sewing for Other People and Other Projects
52. Home project using two time-saving techniques
53. Childcare item
54. Home environment item
55. Club banners, alter clothes, or demonstration models
56. Garment for another person
57. Other item
Create Your Own Project
58. Self-determined garment
59. Display or poster
60. Project book advanced

Advanced Level 3

PREMIUMS:….. 1st – 6.00 2nd – $5.00 3rd – $4.00

Separates
61. Two piece outfit – not tailored
62. Three or more pieced outfit – not tailored
63. A dress more advanced than the one outlined in the Coordinates Project
Tailoring
64. Tailored Jacket or Sports Coat
65. Tailored Coat
66. Tailored Ensemble – 2 piece ensemble
67. Tailored Ensemble – 3 piece ensemble
Formal Wear Special Occasion Garment
68. Gown
69. Party Dress
70. Ensemble
71. Other

Creative Level
Design
72. A garment or textile with applied design
73. A garment or textile created/woven from an original design
74. A garment with applied trims, folds, tucks, and darts or recycled garment
Closet Connection
75. Closet or storage aid
76. Display of improvements made
77. Wardrobe inventory (before & after)
Shopping
78. Create outfit involving at least 2 shopping purchases
79. Expand wardrobe by making 2 purchases


DEPARTMENT 10 SECTION 182
4-H NEEDLECRAFT

Submit entries 8:30 AM – 9:00 AM on Wednesday, August 9, 2017

PREMIUMS: 1st – $5.00 2nd – $4.00 3rd – $3.00
CLASS:
Weaving
1. Loom weaving
2. Other weaving
Counted Cross Stitch
3. Beginner
4. Intermediate
5. Advanced
Plastic Craft
6. 7-count plastic – Beginner
7. 7-count plastic – Intermediate
8. 7-count plastic – Advanced
Embroidery
9. X-stitch or Cross Stitch
10. Beginner
11. Intermediate
12. Advanced
Holiday Needlework
13. Christmas
14. Other holiday
Other Needlework Projects
15. Cloth book
16. Wall hanging
17. Stuffed toy or animal
18. Other item
Other Needlework
19. Candlewicking (French knots)
20. Chicken Scratch


DEPARTMENT 10 SECTION 183
4-H TEXTILE ARTS

Submit entries 8:30 AM – 9:00 AM on Wednesday, August 9, 2017.
PREMIUMS:
1st – $5.00        2nd – $4.00        3rd – $3.00

Crocheting
1. Beginner
2. Intermediate
Knitting
3. Beginner
4. Intermediate
Other
5. Loom Knitting
6. Felted Item


DEPARTMENT 10 SECTION 191
4-H HANDCRAFTS

Submit entries 8:30 AM – 9:00 AM on Wednesday, August 9, 2017.

PREMIUMS:….. 1st – $4.00      2nd – $3.00       3rd – 2.00

CLASS:
Angel
1. Beaded
2. Wooden
3. Other
Applique on Item
4. Fabric Applique
5. Iron-On –
6. Transfer Applique
Baskets
7. Decorated
8. Handmade
Beadwork
9. Plastic – melt beads
10. Pony beads – Key Chain
11. Pony beads – Other
12. Faceted Acrylic/Plastic Beads
13. Glass Beads
14. Seed Beads
Candle Wax Art
15. Decorative
16. Layered
17. Molded
18. Beeswax
Christmas Decorations
19. Creche
20. Decorated Christmas Tree
21. Santa Creation – Wooden
22. Santa Creation – Other
23. Snowman Creation – Wooden
24. Snowman Creation – Other
25. Stocking
26. Tree ornament –Beaded
27. Tree ornament – Painted
28. Tree ornament -Set-of 3
29. Tree ornament – Other
30. Wall Hanging
31. Wreath
32. Other Christmas item
Collage Art
33. Beginner
34. Advanced
35. Decorated Candleholder
Decorated Mask
36. Foam
37. Plaster
38. Other
Decorated Paper Goods
39. Bag
40. Card
41. Other
Decorated Straw Hat
42. Decorative
43. Novelty
Decorated Wearing Apparel
44. Headwear
45. Jewels or studs
46. Other
Door Hanging
47. Holiday (not Christmas)
48. Other
Wall Hanging
49. Holiday (not Christmas)
50. Other
51. Dream Catcher
Duct Tape Crafts
52. Hair Accessory
53. Jewelry
54. Pen / Pencil
55. Pouch / Zip Close Bag
56. Purse / Tote Bag
57. Wallet
58. Other
Flower Arrangements
59. Dried
60. Silk
61. Other
Foam Art
62. 2-Dimentional – under 5″
63. 2-Dimensional – over 5″
64. 3-Dimensional
65. Gallery Glass Window Sticker
Hair Accessories
66. Barette
67. Headband
68. Other
Hand Painting on Items
69. Wearing Apparel
70. Household Items
71. Other item not listed
Hooked Items
72. Picture/Wall Hanging
73. Pillows
74. Rugs
75. Other
Inspirational
76. Large – over 8″
77. Small – under 8″
Jewelry
78. Bracelet
79. Earrings
80. Necklace
81. Set of Jewelry
82. Other
Models
83. Metal
84. Plastic
85. Wooden
Mosaic
86. Foam
87. Glass
88. Other
Natural Materials
89. Gourds
90. Other
Paper Mache
91. Hand formed
92. Pre-made Form
Puppet
93. Foam
94. Paper
95. Other
Recycle/Repurpose
96. Cardboard/Egg Carton
97. Glass Items
98. Magazine/Newspaper/Paper
99. Metal
100. Plastic Bags
101. Plastic Bottles
102. Other
Refrigerator Magnet
103. Large – over 4″
104. Small – under 4″
105. Set of 2 or more
Rubber Band Crafts
106. Bracelet /Necklace
107. Charm
108. Jewelry Set
110. Other
Sand Art
111. Layered
112. Picture
113. Other
Scrapbook
114. Single Page
115. Collection – at least 6 pages
Seasonal Decoration (not Christmas)
116. Easter Creation
117. Fall Creation
118. Halloween Creation
119. Patriotic Creation
120. Valentine’s Day
121. Other Holiday
122.Stenciling on Cloth
String Art
123. Miscellaneous
124. On wood
Suncatcher
125. Mobile
126. Single – Melted Beads
127. Single – Painted – Beginner
128. Single – Painted – Advanced
129. Other
Wreath
130. Cloth
131. Dried
132. Other
Miscellaneous Arts & Crafts
133. Bulletin Board
134. Chenille Art
135. Clothes Pin Craft
136. Decorated Pencil/Pens
137. Decorated Teddy Bear
138. Decorated Trinket Box
139. Decorating on Acrylic
140. Doll
141. Eggery
142. Etched Glass
143. Felt Art
144. Key Ring
145. Macrame
146. Mobile / Banner
147. Painting on Glass
148. Parachute Cord Craft
149. Picture Frame
150. Pom-Pom Art
152. Shellwork
153. Shrink art
154. Soap-making / Design
156. Tie Blanket
157. Tie-Dye
158. Tuckables
159. Wind Chimes
160. Wind Sock
Other Craft Item
161. Large – over 10″
162. Small – under 10″
163. Popsicle Craft


DEPARTMENT 10 SECTION 192
4-H PHOTOGRAPHY

See 4-H Leader for requirements
Submit entries 8:30 AM- 9:00 AM on Wednesday, August 9, 2017.

PREMIUMS:…..1st – $6.00 2nd – $5.00 3rd – $4.00

CLASS (See 4-H Leader for requirements)
1. Adventures with your Camera
Minimum of 3 each of the following – buildings, animals, landscapes (5 blooms) & people; One sequence of 2 or more pictures; All mounted in an album.
2. Exploring Photography
Minimum of 8 color slides plus 3 close-ups: 5 showing good composition
& 1 story-telling sequence of 5 or more.
3. Adventures with Adjustable Cameras
4. Self-Determined – Advanced


DEPARTMENT 10 SECTION 193
4-H ARTS & CRAFTS

Submit entries 8:30 AM & 9:00 AM Wednesday, August 9, 2017.
PREMIUMS:…..1st – $4.00 2nd – $3.00 3rd – $2.00

CLASS:
1.Calligraphy
Ceramic Clay Items
2. Christmas
3. Other holiday
4. Other not listed
Clay Items
5. Baked – free form
6. Baked – molded
7. Baked – other
8. Dough Art
Drawings
9. Cartoon
10. Colored pencil
11. Ink
12. Pastels or charcoal
13. Pencil sketch with shading Embossing
14. Handmade Stamp
15. Other – Beginner
16. Other – Advanced
Foil Art
17. Embossed
18. Painted
19. Other
20. Glitter Art
Metal Work
21. Sheet metal
22. Tin Punching
23. Wrought Iron
24. Other metal item
Paintings & Pictures
25. Acrylic
26. Colored Pencil by Number
27. Magic Marker
28. Mixed Media
30. Paint on Cork
31. Scratch Art – Original Design
32. Scratch Art – Pre-designed
33. Tempra Painting
34.Water Color
35. Other Picture – Beginner
36. Other Picture – Advanced
Velvet Pictures
37.  Beginner- 8×10 or larger
38.  Beginner – smaller than 8×10
39.  Inter  – 8 x 10 or larger
40.  Inter – smaller than 8×10
41. Other Velvet
Plastercraft
42. Plastercraft – Beginner
43. Plastercraft – Advanced
Pottery
44. Decorated clay flower pot
45. Fired & Painted -Handformed by exhibitor
46. Fire & Painted- Pre-formed (purchased)
Rubber Stamping
47. Cards – Beginner
48. Cards – Advanced
49. Item with added color
Stenciling
50. On slate
51. On wood
Wood – Painted
52. Birdhouse
53. Signs
54. Wooden animal
55. Wooden cut-outs
56. Other painted item – Large
57. Other painted item – Med.
58. Other painted item – Small
Wood – Small Objects
59. Birdhouse 60. Toy
61. Other item – Large
62. Other item – Medium
63. Other item – Small
Wood – Stained or Varnished
64. Footstool or step stool
65. Shelves 66. Toolbox
67. Other item – Large
68. Other item – Medium
69. Other item – Small
70. Woodburning Other Art Techniques
71. Decorating with Rub-Ons
72. Decoupage
73. Framed Puzzle
74. Leatherwork
75. Painting on Stone
76. Slate Painting
77. Stepping Stones
78. Tole Painting
79. Sculpture – Clay
80. Sculpture – Premolded (Legos)
81. Sculpture – Wood
82. Sculpture – Other
83. Other Artwork


DEPT. 10 SECT. 194
4-H CHILD CARE & FAMILY RELATIONS


Submit entries 9:00 AM- 10:30 AM Wednesday, August 9,2017 – by assignment.
PREMIUMS:…..1st – $4.00       2nd – $3.00       3rd – $2.00
CLASS
1. Baby Sitting