2018 Homecraft


MAITLAND SHOW - 2018

 

HOMECRAFT SCHEDULE

 

 “Farms and Family”

Celebrating our Heritage

 

HUNTER RIVER AGRICULTURAL &

HORTICULTURAL ASSOCIATION LTD

 

 

FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY

16th 17th &   18th FEBRUARY 2018

 

 

 

MAITLAND SHOW

BLOMFIELD STREET

MAITLAND 2320 PH: 0249335052                                        

email: office@maitlandshowground.com.au

 

 

 

HUNTER RIVER AGRICULTURAL & HORTICULTURAL ASSOCIATION LTD

 

MAITLAND SHOW 2018

16th 17th & 18th   FEBRUARY 2018  

 HOMECRAFT SCHEDULE

  

CHIEF STEWARD: Mrs Vicki Reynolds

 

STEWARDS:    Mrs Margaret Guy, Mrs G Gourley, Mrs R Taylor, Mrs E Whan, Mrs R Mudd, Ms S Fox, Mrs L Saxby, Mrs R Hooper, Mrs B Heckman, Mrs K Lamb, Mrs M Harvey, Mrs J Geczy, Mrs Kim Gattera

 

GENERAL INFORMATION

ENTRY FORMS: To Maitland Show Office by Thursday 1st February, 2018

 ADDRESS:           8 Blomfield Street, MAITLAND NSW 2320  ph: 0249335052

 

DELIVERY TIMES: Articles or exhibits in all Sections except COOKING, JAMS, PRESERVES etc. must be at the Showground during the following times:

12 noon - 3 pm Saturday 10th February 2018

 

PORCELAIN PAINTING:    12.00 noon - 2.00 pm only  Saturday .

 COOKING:                          9 am - 10 am Thursday 15 February 2018

 PRESERVES & JAMS:        9 am - 10 am Tuesday 13 February 2018

 

COLLECTION TIMES:        All work in ALL SECTIONS must be collected during the following times: 10 am - 2 pm Tuesday 20th February 2018.  Any entries not collected during the above times may be collected from the Secretary’s Office (except perishables).

 

PORCELAIN PAINTING:  Saturday – 12.00 noon – 2.00pm only   

 

ENTRY FEE:  Entry Fees to be sent with entry form. No refunds will be made available.

EXHIBITORS PLEASE NOTE:  “The greatest possible care will be taken with all work entered, however, no responsibility shall be accepted by the Association or Committee for loss or damage to an entry”.

 

The Pavilions housing the competitive exhibitors will be closed to the public during judging.

 

The Judge’s decisions in all sections are final.  No correspondence will be entered into.

 

No more than three (3) entries in each class. Each entry can only be entered in one class.

 

All exhibits to be made within the last 18 months and not to have been exhibited at a previous Maitland Show.  

 

 

DEFINITION OF NOVICE: Any exhibitor who has not won a 1st prize at a Maitland Show in that particular section.

 

 

Separate schedule for juniors at end of this document


CWA Recipes

Coffee cake

Ingredients:

125 g of butter

½ cup brown sugar

1 tablespoon golden syrup

1 teaspoon vanilla

2 egg’s lightly beaten

250g of self-raising flour

¼ teaspoon nutmeg

¼ teaspoon cinnamon

¼ cup of milk + 2 tablespoons of coffee essence.

 

METHOD:

Cream butter, sugar & golden syrup until light & fluffy.

Add vanilla then gradually beat in eggs.

Fold in sifted dry ingredients alternately with milk & coffee essence.

(If mixture appears to be dry add extra liquid).

Place mixture in a well-greased 20cm tin, bake in190 degree c for about

50 minutes or until cooked.

When cold ice with coffee glace icing.

 

 

OAT SLICE

Ingredients:

1 cup (150g) self- raising flour

½ cup (115g) caster sugar.

1 cup (90g) rolled oats

12g butter, chopped

1 tablespoon golden syrup

1 egg lightly beaten

 

METHOD:

STEP 1---Pre heat oven to 180 degree c. Lightly  grease a 16cm x 26 cm baking pan and line with non-stick baking paper. Sift flour into a large bowl. Add sugar and rolled oats.

STEP 2--- Stir the butter and golden syrup in a small saucepan over a low heat until melted. Add to dry ingredients with the egg and stir to combine.

STEP 3 --- Spoon into pan and bake for 20 minutes. Leave to Cool, then cut into rectangles to serve.  

 

 

 

COOKERY SECTION:

 

Steward in Charge:  Kathy Lamb 4932 5697

 

Amateurs Only Bakers Assistants and Apprentices excluded.  Plates will be supplied by the Association. Exhibitors must comply with conditions laid down in this section such as correct weight or quantities etc. Each entry to be made from a separate mixture. No ring tins unless specified. Any exhibits not complying with these conditions will be disqualified. All cakes must be cut before the judge’s award is given. Plain not decorated e.g. icing no other added embellishment. All lining paper to be removed on large cakes. No packet mixes unless stated.

 

DEFINITELY NO LATE ENTRIES

PRIZE MONEY:   1st $4   2nd $2   unless otherwise specified

Entry Fee: $1.00 per entry  

 

MOST SUCCESSFUL EXHIBITOR (NOT GROUP) in Classes 1 - 54. H R A & HA Association Ribbon + $20 - Donated by Harvey Family

 

CLASSES:

1

Rich Fruit Cake - 250g mix not decorated

2

Boiled Fruit Cake- 250g mix not decorated

3

Light Fruit Cake - 250g mix not decorated

4

Sultana Cake

5

Plum Pudding boiled in cloth - no plastic - nothing under 250g mixture

6

Plum Pudding - steamed - 11/2 - 2 Litre steamer

7

Plain Sponge Sandwich made with 4 eggs – Filling jam - not iced - no cream

8

Plain Butter Cake - iced - not decorated

9

Chocolate Cake - iced - not decorated

10

Marble Cake - not iced

11

Uncooked Slice - 6 pieces

12

Orange Cake - iced

13

Banana Cake - not iced

14

Carrot Cake - not iced

15

Cake made with cake mix - not iced - Lid of packet to be attached

16

Six Small Cakes - suitable for afternoon tea

17

Six Lamingtons - approx. 1 1/2” - not cake mix

18

Assortment - cakes, biscuits etc. - suitable for afternoon tea for two - 6 pieces

19

Lemon Tartlets - 6 pieces

20

Plate of six Scones

21

Plate of six Fruit Scones

22

Plate of six Pumpkin Scones

23

Damper - any variety

24

Biscuits - 3 varieties - 6 pieces

25

Anzac Biscuits - 6 pieces

26

Muffins - 3 pieces - any variety

27

Plate of Cooked Slice - 6 pieces - dried fruit

28

Plate of Cooked Slice - 6 pieces - apple or fruit - not dried

29

Friands - any shape - any variety

30

3 Decorated Cupcakes - Judged on decoration only, all edible

31

Fruit or Date loaf

32

Rock Cakes - 4 pieces

 

SWEETS: (One sample of each variety to be unwrapped - 6 pieces)

33

Plate of Toffee - Plain

34

Plate of Marshmallows

35

Plate of French Jellies

36

Plate of Coconut Ice - with copha

37

Plate of Coconut Ice - without copha

38

Plate of Mixed Sweets 

 

NOVICE SECTION: (See Classification Page 2)

39

Butter Cake- Iced but not decorated

40

Chocolate Cake - Iced but not decorated

41

Small Cakes suitable for afternoon tea

 

GLUTEN FREE: (No Packet Mixes)

42

Plain Butter Cake - iced

43

Chocolate Cake - not iced

44

Biscuits - Plate of 6

45

Cooked Slice - Plate of 6

 

C.W.A. SECTION:  Use recipe supplied (Page 2)

Sponsored by Country Women’s Association Maitland Branch - 1st $5   2nd $3 

46

Coffee Cake – 20cm cake tin 

RETIREMENT VILLAGE SECTION:  A donation would be greatly appreciated

In lieu of an entry fee.

47

Plate of Uncooked Slice or Biscuit - 6 pieces-not coconut ice etc.

48

Plate of 6 Pikelets

49

Plate of 6 Jam & Coconut Slice

 

CAKE DECORATING: - Using edible decoration only

To be judged on decoration only - Blocks of foam may be used

Sponsored by FOODWORKS Lorn - 1st $25     2nd $15

50

Novelty cake e.g. Adult birthday

51

Celebration Cake e.g. Wedding, Engagement, Christening

52

Cake Suitable for child’s birthday or other occasion

 

FEATURE CLASS:   1st $20   2nd $10

53

Afternoon Tea Tray - Judged on presentation only Medium size tray suitable for afternoon tea with plate of food suitable for afternoon tea

FARMS & FAMILY

54

Baked item  Pumpkin Scones

 

$20 Prize Money Sponsored by Heckman Family                         

JAMS, JELLIES, CONSERVES

Steward in Charge:          Vicki Reynolds 4932 6063

Enquiries:         Kim Gattera 0418 773 307

 

Entry Fees—$1.00 per entry.

 

PRESERVES:      Name of contents on bottle only.  No paper tops to be used. No paper or gladwrap to be placed under screw tops. Ingredients to be listed. Can provide jars if needed just ring Kim Gattera.

 

PRIZEMONEY:   1st $4   2nd $2   unless otherwise specified.

MOST SUCCESSFUL EXHIBITOR CLASS 1 - 84

Ribbon by the H R A & H Association + $20 Donated by Harvey Family.

 BEST EXHIBIT: CLASS – 1-84 Ribbon by HRA & HA Association.

 

PRESERVES

1

Vegetables - Any variety

2

Fruit - Any variety

3

Best collection of 2 jars 2 varieties

 

CONSERVES: 

4

Strawberry

5

Raspberry

6

Peach

7

Plum

8

Any other Variety

 

JAMS:

To be shown in screw top jars. Greaseproof paper may be used under lids.  No gladwrap to be used.  Jars must be clean and clearly printed with ingredients.

9

Orange Marmalade

10

Citrus Marmalade

11

Any other Marmalade

12

Strawberry Jam

13

Any other berry jam

14

Mixed Berry Jam

15

Plum

16

Apricot Jam - Dried Fruit

17

Apricot Jam - Fresh Fruit

18

Tropical Fruit (more than two fruits)

19

Savoury Jam

20

Red Tomato Jam

21

Any Other Jam—Not mentioned

22

Lemon Butter

23

Lemon Spread

24

Passionfruit Butter

25

Collection - 2 Jars - 2 Jams - 2 Varieties from 50 - 57  Check numbers for 2018 show

26

Collection - 3 Jars - 3 Jams - 3 Varieties from 9-26

 

JELLIES:  As for Jams & Conserves, however, Fowler Jars may be used if desired.

27

Quince

28

Plum

29

Citrus

30

Mint

31

Any Other Variety

32

Collection of 3 Jars - 3 varieties   1st $5   2nd $3

 

SAUCES, CHUTNEYS & PICKLES:  Name of contents on jar only.

33

Mustard Pickles

34

General Pickles

35

Pickles - Single vegetable - clear vinegar only

36

Pickles - Mixed vegetable - clear vinegar only

37

Tomato Relish

38

Chilli Relish

39

Any Other Relish

40

Fruit Chutney

41

Any other Chutney

42

Herb Vinegar

43

Fruit Vinegar

44

Vegetable Vinegar

45

Tomato Sauce

46

Plum Sauce

47

Chilli Sauce

48

Fruit Sauce

49

Fruit Syrup

50

Any other Variety Sauce

 

MISCELLANEOUS:

51

Basil Pesto

52

Olive Tapenade

53

Any other pesto

54

Sun dried tomatoes

55

Mixed Antipasto

56

Honey—Candied

57

Honey—Non-Candied

58

Quince Paste

59

Fruit Paste

60

Spiced Fruit

61

Gift Basket—a variety of jams, jellies, chutneys and sauces in mini jars (e.g. baby food). Jars to be decorated. Judged on appearance only.  Prize money:  1st - $5.00, 2nd - $3.00.

 

NOVICE JAM CLASSES:  See Classification Page 2

62

Strawberry

63

Plum

64

Marmalade

65

Any Berry Jam

66

Apricot

67

Citrus not mentioned

68

Peach

69

Tropical fruit two or more fruits

70

Savoury Jam

71

Any other not mentioned

 

NOVICE SAUCES CHUTNEYS / PICKLES CLASSES:  See Classification Page 2

72

Tomato Sauce

73

Plum Sauce

74

Chilli Sauce

75

Mustard Pickles

76

Onion Relish

77

Tomato Relish

78

Tomato Chutney

79

Mango Chutney

80

Fruit Chutney

81

Any other Variety

OPEN MICROWAVE SECTION:  Donation of prize money by Mrs. J. James

82

Jam     

1st $2  2nd $1

83

Spread

1st $2  2nd $1

84

Chutney

1st $2  2nd $1

 

HOMECRAFT SECTION:

 

Entries for each section to be on a separate entry form.

 

All entries must be exhibitors own work. Exhibits which have been previously shown at Maitland Show WILL NOT be allowed to compete. All work to be homemade, unwashed, clean and not worn. Work not to be stored in mothballs. Work must have been

completed in the last 18 months. All articles must be handmade unless otherwise specified. Not more than 3 entries accepted from each exhibitor in any one class unless otherwise specified.

 

All exhibitors must have Section and Class No. attached.

 

Persons 70 years and over must attach age to article in Classes N35, K24, C13 & H24 for Judges’ viewing only.

 

All exhibits will be displayed in dustproof cases.

 

DEFINITION OF NOVICE: Any exhibitor who has not won a 1st prize at any Show in that particular section.

 

Entry Fees - $1.00 per entry  

 

NEEDLEWORK:

Steward in Charge: Vicki Reynolds   Phone: 4932 6063

 

H R A & HA Association Ribbon + $20 for Most Successful Exhibitor in Classes N1 - P13 Donated by Maitland Embroiderer’s Group Inc.

H R A & HA Association Ribbon + $10 for Best Exhibit in Classes N1 - P13

 Most Successful Exhibitor & Best Exhibit prize money donated by the Sarroff Family in memory of the late Zackie Sarroff.

 

 

 

CLASSES:

N1

Cushion any technique

N2

Supper Cloth - hand embroidered

N3

Embroidered Article

N4

Crewel Work small article

N5

Duchess Set - hand embroidered

N6

Hand embroidery original/own design

N7

Wool Embroidery - any article

N8

Any article in Hardanger

N9

Any other article - handmade lace 

N10

Novelty tea cosy not knitted or crochet

N11

Ribbon Embroidery any article

N12

Candle wicking any article

N13

Baby’s Frock - machine or hand made

N14

Child’s Frock - machine or hand made

N15

Smocking - any article

N16

Cross Stitch - any article - framed

N17

Cross Stitch - any article - unframed

N18

Counted Thread Work - any article - any technique - framed

N19

Counted Thread Work - any article - any technique - unframed

N20

Tapestry - any article–any technique-framed

N21

Tapestry - any article - any technique – unframed

N22

Tapestry - any article - petit point

N23

Tapestry - any article - long stitch

N24

Best Dressed Baby Doll - not knitted or crocheted (clothing only judged)

N25

Best Dressed Doll - not knitted or crocheted

N26

Stump work or raised embroidery

N27

Any article machine embroidered

N28

Coat hanger hand embroidered any technique

N29

Any article machine applique

N30

Creative Wall Hanging - free hanging - not mounted

N31

Pyjamas - machine made

N32

Apron

N33

Peg Bag

N34

Small Article in stretch material e.g. Child's clothing or T Shirt

N35

Any article made by a person 70 years and over

N36

Small Bag e.g. Handbag/Evening bag

 

 

N37

Small item incorporating recycled materials (second chance) Machine or Hand Sewn

N38

Any other article not mentioned above

NOVICE SECTION:

Best Exhibit - $30 donated by the Maitland Embroiders Group Inc.

N39

Cushion – prettiest – not knitted or crocheted

N40

Small article e.g. Child’s clothing or T-shirt

N41

Duchess Set or Centre – embroidered or table runner

N42

Any other technique

N43

Any article embroidered

N44

Small article combining a variety of stitched and techniques

 

 

 

PATCHWORK - APPLIQUE - QUILTING:

 Steward in Charge:   Vicki Reynolds

MOST SUCCESSFUL EXHIBITOR - 6 Month Magazine Subscription

 Donated in memory of Mrs Rhonda Mills by the Mills Family.

 Entry Fees - $1.00 per entry.

P1

Any small article - pieced & quilted by hand   1st $6   2nd $4

P2

Any small article - pieced & quilted by machine  1st $6   2nd $4

P3

Crazy patchwork article  1st $6   2nd $4

P4

Small article Applique - any technique - handmade   1st $6   2nd $4 

P5

Small article Applique - any technique - machine made - 1st $6   2nd $4

P6

Applique - other than quilt - hand appliqued & hand made

P7

Quilt constructed by hand & machine made

P8

Quilt - pieced & quilted by hand

P9

Quilt - pieced & quilted by machine

P10

Small item e.g. Wall hanging, Table Runner, Cot size quilt. Completely made and quilted by entrant.

NOVICE SECTION:

P11

Any small article - quilted

1st $6 2nd $4

P12

Any small article - patchwork

1st $6 2nd $4

P13

Any small article - applique

1st $6 2nd $4

 

 

 

 

KNITTING:

 Rules as per Page 8 + Yarn label must be included in Mohair classes and classes where ply is stated.

Entry Fees - $1.00 per entry 

 Steward in Charge:         Vicki Reynolds Phone: 49326063

 H R A & HA Association Ribbon + $15 for Most Successful Exhibitor in Classes K1- K39

H R A & HA Association Ribbon + $10 for Best Exhibit in Classes K1–K39

 

Special prize money donated by the Sarroff Family in memory of the late Zackie Sarroff. Special Prize money donated by Mohair Australia.

 

K1

Childs Shrug or Bolero

K2

Boy’s or Girl’s Sweater or Cardigan

K3

Boy’s or Girl’s Sleeveless Pullover or Vest

K4

Any article containing 60% mohair – include label

1st $5   2nd $3

K5

Baby’s Shawl

1st $5   2nd $3

K6

Set of Infant’s Clothing – 3 piece

K7

Infants Jumper or Cardigan – Birth to 12 months

K8

Toddler’s Sweater or Cardigan from 51cm to 61cm

K9

Matinee Jacket

K10

Infant’s Bonnet

K11

Infant’s Bootees or Shoettes with or without lace

K12

Baby’s Dress

K13

Doll dressed as baby – knitted (clothing judged only)

 

 

K14

Doll dressed other than a baby – knitted (clothing judged only)

K15

Adult’s Sweater or Cardigan

K16

Creative Baby Outfit – Suitable for under 2 year old

K17

Knitted Coat Hanger – any yard

K18

Knitted Tea Cosy

K19

Knitted Soft Toy

K20

Any article less than 3 ply

K21

Machine knitted article – Child’s

K22

Machine knitted article – Adult’s

K23

Machine Knitted any article

K24

Any article made by a person 70 years or over

K25

Article of creative knitting own design and pattern

K26

Knitted lace - any article e.g. collar or edge for tea towel etc. any yarn

K27

Bead Knitting - Doll

K28

Bead Knitting – Any Article

K29

Any article not mentioned above

K30

Knitted hats, scarves or mittens

K31

Knitted socks

K32

Knitted lace shawl or stole – any yarn

K33

Knitted blanket – 3 ply or under

 

NOVICE SECTION:

Best exhibit novice knitting - $20 sponsored by Maitland Knitters Guild in memory of Linda Alexander.

K34

Bootees or Shoettes

K35

Child’s Sweater or Cardigan

K36

Adult’s Sweater or Cardigan

K37

Any other article not mentioned above

 

COMBINATION OF KNITTING & CROCHET:

K38

Any article

K39

Any article of creative knitting & crochet – own design and pattern

 

 

 

 

CROCHET:  Rules as per Page 8

 

Soft Toy definition as per Page 11

Entry Fees - $1.00 per entry -

H R A & H Association Ribbon + $15 for Most Successful Exhibitor in Classes C1-C24

 

H R A & H Association Ribbon + $10 for Best Exhibit in Classes C1-C18                                             

Special prize money donated by the Sarroff Family in memory of the late Zackie Sarroff.

 

Entries must be able to be examined front & back.

C1

Duchess Set

C2

Centre - 20-40 cotton 25.5 cm or more in diameter

C3

Centre - 60-80 cotton25.5cm or more in diameter

C4

Shoette or Bootee

C5

Crocheted Shawl

C6

Sofa Rug or knee rug

C7

Bunny Rug - Fabric rug with crocheted edge

C8

Set of Infants clothing - Jacket, bonnet, bootees - 3 ply

C9

Coat Hanger

C10

Handkerchief with crocheted trim

C11

Hand or Tea Towel or face washer- crocheted decoration or edge

C12

Any article containing at least 60% mohair - include label

C13

Any article other than a rug made by a person 70 years or over

C14

Doll dressed - crocheted clothes

C15

Tatting - any article, small item, bookmark, handkerchief edge.

 

 

C16

Any other article tatted.

C17

Any other technique

C18

Any article not mentioned above

 

 

 

NOVICE SECTION: 

Best exhibit in novice crochet section - $20 Sponsored by Maitland Knitters Guild

C19

Face Washer - crocheted edge

C20

Hand or Tea Towel - crocheted edge

C21

1 Handkerchief with crocheted trim

C22

Article entirely crocheted

C23

Tatting - any article

C24

Any other technique

 

HAND CRAFT SECTION:

 

Steward in Charge:  Vicki Reynolds   Phone: 4932 6063

 

Definition of a Soft Toy: Must be soft, suitable for a child under the age of 18 months to be left with on its own.

 Must have safety eyes and no small or pointed pieces.

 

Entry Fees - 1.00 per entry -

MOST SUCCESSFUL GROUP - (All Sections) - H R A & H Assoc Ribbon

MOST SUCCESSFUL EXHIBITOR - Mrs JT Mutton Memorial Medallion

HRA & H Association Ribbon - $15 donated by Sarroff Family in memory of the late Zackie Sarroff .

BEST EXHIBIT - Mrs M Mutton Memorial Medallion +Ribbon & $10 Donated by Sarroff Family in Memory of the late Zackie Sarroff.

CLASSES:

H1

Scrapbook page

H2

Soft cloth doll any design - Suitable for toy as per definition page 11

H3

Sculptured doll fabric

H4

Own design fabric sculptured doll

H5

Soft Toy - any material or fabric - suitable for child as per definition 1

H6

Teddy Bear - Fur or fabric

H7

Shopping Bag

H8

Coat Hanger - any material - not knitted or crocheted

H9

Small bag e.g. Handbag/Evening Bag

H10

Any article suitable for a gift other than knitting or crochet

H11

Any article made from pop sticks, paper etc.

H12

Any article in fabric - painted

H13

Any article - Painted Glass

H14

Any article - Paper Tole - approx. 60cm x 45cm or less including frame. (Novice) - Open to exhibitors in their first 18 months of Paper Tole and have not won a prize in this section.

H15

Any article - Paper Tole - approx. 60cm x 45cm or less including frame. (Hobbyist) - Open to exhibitors who have been doing Paper Tole for more than 18 months but are not Professional.

H16

Any article - Paper Tole - approx. 60cm x 45cm or less. (Feathering and Furring) Open class - any Paper Tole containing an animal or bird which has been feathered or furred.

H17

Any article - Recycled material e.g. toilet roll, soft plastic drink bottle.

H18

Decorated Egg

H19

Fantasy or Novelty Decorated Egg

H20

Any article - Jewellery - hand made using fine metals

H21

Any article - Jewellery - Using beads etc.

H22

Fashion accessory e.g. Scarf, jewellery, hat - any technique

H23

Any article - Woodwork - no larger than 600 square mm

H24

Any article made by a person 70 years or over

H25

Stained glass article approx. 40cm square

H26

Stained glass article suitable for a gift no bigger than approx. 40cm square

H27

Christmas themed article

H28

Card—Stamped—3 cards

H29

Card—Mixed Media—3 cards

H30

Decorative Pin Cushion—any material.

H31

Any article not mentioned above

 

CLASSES FOR RETIREMENT VILLAGE, NURSING HOME & DAY CARE CENTRES:

 

H32

Article in tapestry

H33

Article in Cross stitch

H34

Article suitable for a gift

H35

Any article knitted or crocheted

H36

Cushion or Wall Hanging

H37

Handmade Card

H38

Article made with pop sticks

H39

Article Christmas themed

H40

Small article of needlework

H41

Any other article

 

CLASSES FOR INTELLECTUALLY DISABLED:

Exempt from Entry Fee - Disabled Fees Sponsored

D1

Any article made of wool

D2

Soft Sculpture or Soft Toy

D3

Picture any medium approx. 60cm x 45cm

D4

Article suitable for a gift

 

 

 

 

 

DECORATIVE PAINTING:

Steward in Charge:   Vicki Reynolds Phone: 4932 6063

 

Entry Fees - $1.00 per entry -

Beginner is someone doing Folk art for 12 months or less.

Traditional pieces must be the old style of painting. No mixing of periods. All care but no responsibility taken for any article that may be damaged. Please supply own plate holders.

Pieces not to have been shown at Maitland Show before & made in last 18 months

 

1st $20 Open Order 2nd $10 Open Order Sponsored by Julie Hvirf Folk Art

DP1

Traditional folk art – any article

DP2

Decorative Painting – any article

DP3

Decoupage & or mixed medium painting

DP4

Any article folk art Christmas theme

WOODWORKING:

Entry fees - $1.00 per entry

W1        * Any Wooden items less than 60cm high made by a secondary school student.

Prizes Donated By: P. Brinkley, member, Maitland Woodworkers Guild

1st prize    $15.00          2nd   $5.00

 

W2        * Any Turned Wooden Item less than 60cm high. 

Prizes Donated by G. Palmer, member, Maitland Woodworker’s Guild

1st prize    $15.00           2nd   $5.00

 

W3       * Any other Wooden item – not turned and less than 60cm high.

Prizes donated by Saw City Newcastle

1st prize   $15.00           2nd $5.00

 

PORCELAIN PAINTING:

 

Each exhibit must be the work of the entrant and executed within the previous 18 months. Names must be covered.

Entry Fees - $1.00 per entry -

PRIZES:     Classes PP1-PP10 1st $14   2nd $6 unless otherwise specified $25 donated by The Teaching Institute  Of  Porcelain  Art (NSW). Inc.

 

NOVICE CLASS:         Medallion PP 10

 

SPECIAL PRIZE:         $25 donated by the Porcelain Artists Assoc Hunter Valley for Class PP7

 

BEST EXHIBIT:           Hand Painted Porcelain Section - The Purcell Family Award (Perpetual Trophy to remain at Maitland Showground). Small gift given to be kept by the winning exhibitor plus ribbon.

MOST SUCCESSFUL EXHIBITOR: H R A & H Assoc Ribbon

 

 Open to all painters: Class 1-9

PP1

Birds/Animals - any technique, any article

PP2

Australian Flora - any technique

PP3

Flowers excluding Australian - any technique

PP4

European - any article

PP5

Decorative Techniques. E.g. Lustre, enamels etc.

PP6

Pen Work - any article

PP7

Brooch, medallion or Miniature Piece - any technique

PP8

Miscellaneous - e.g. Landscape, Portrait or Fruit

PP9

Children’s design - any technique

 

NOVICE CLASS - Open only to exhibitors who have not won a prize at a previous Maitland Show.

PP10

Hand Painted Porcelain – Any article, any technique

SPINNING & WEAVING:

 

Steward in Charge:  Gail Gourley   Phone: 4932 6761

 

No exhibits which have been previously shown at Maitland Show will be allowed to compete in this section.

 

Exhibits must have been completed in the last 18 months.

Article must not have been worn.

Exhibits must state purpose for which fibre is to be used.

 

Skeins of fibre to be entered must be accompanied by a staple of the same fibre e.g. wool, mohair etc.

 

Garments or completed items must be accompanied by a length of the spun yarn that has been used in the garment.

 

State end use of all yarns

 

Entry Fees - $1.00 per entry -

PRIZES: 1st $4   2nd   $2 unless otherwise specified

 

MOST SUCCESSFUL EXHIBITOR:      H R A & HA Assoc Ribbon

 

BEST EXHIBIT: H R A & HA Assoc Ribbon

 

PRIZE MONEY for Mohair Section Donated by Mohair Australia.

Creative Article in Memory of June Gollan sponsored by Gail Gourley

 

PRIZE MONEY for Novice Section in Memory of Mr A Taylor

W1

Specimen hand spun fibre can be dyed, blended or textured not less than 50g dry weight.

W2

Specimen hand spun plied wool staple not less than 50g dry weight washed. State specific use e.g. Baby wear, ski wear etc.

W3

Specimen hand spun plied wool or wool blend tops not less than 50g dry weight washed.   State specific use e.g. baby wear, ski wear etc.

W4

Hand spun novelty yarn e.g. looped or slubbed, not less than 50g dry weight washed

W5

Any article knitted substantially from Mohair or Alpaca

W6

Specimen hand spun Mohair - plied - not less than 50g dry weight, washed 1st $8  2nd $4

W7

Any article made from any other fibres e.g. cotton, silk etc. (which could include handwoven)

W8

Any article crocheted from any fibre – hand spun

W9

Best Handwoven Article   $25 prize sponsored

by Newcastle Spinners and Weavers

W10

Creative article any hand spun fibre - any technique 1st $10 2nd $5

W11

Any article felted - no more than 30cm high

W12

Any article - nuno felted - no more than 30cm high

W13

Any article woven – telephone Steward if in doubt about size

W14

Any article made substantially from hand spun wool

W15

Any article not mentioned

NOVICE SECTION:

W16

Specimen Hand spun wool - plied - not less than 50g dry weight, washed 1S3st $8 2nd $5

W17

Any article made substantially from hand spun wool - any technique 1st $8 2nd $5

W18

Best Handwoven Article $25 prize sponsored                                                              by Newcastle Spinners & Weavers

 

JUNIOR HOMECRAFT:

 

Sponsored by Rotary Club of Maitland & Lochinvar Hair

PRE-SCHOOLER’S: (cooking and handcraft)

PS1

Decorated Arrowroot biscuits - 1st $2 2nd $1

PS2

Painting—brush or finger, no bigger than A4 (supply title)  - 1st $2 2nd $1

PS3

A4 Collage - 1st $2 2nd $1

PS4

Model—Playdoh, Clay or Plasticine - 1st $2

2nd $1

PS5

Decorative Item using egg cartons - 1st $2

2nd $1

 

Juniors 10 years and under - Must be child’s own work, age must be included on entry form.

Entry Fees - $0.50 per entry - maximum $5 per person no matter how many sections entered

 

COOKING:

MOST SUCCESSFUL EXHIBITOR:  Classes JA1 - JA13 H R A & H Assoc Ribbon + $30 Sponsored by Rotary Club of Maitland & Lochinvar Hair

 

PRIZES:  JA1- JA13  1st $2   2nd $1

JA1

Cupcakes plate of 3 or Cake, iced and decorated; All decorations to be edible.

JA2

Scones - plate of six

JA3

Six pikelets

JA4

Gingerbread person - decorated-no larger than 15cm

JA5

Plate of six rock cakes

JA6

Plate of six biscuits

JA7

Uncooked slice - plate of 6 pieces

JA8

Chocolate cake iced - not decorated

JA9

Plain cake made with cake mix – not iced

JA10

Patty cakes iced – plate of 6 – no decoration

JA11

Muffins – Plate of 3 – no packets

JA12

Chocolate Crackles 6 pieces

JA13

Decorated Arrowroot biscuits

 

C.W.A. SECTION: Sponsored by Country Women’s Association of NSW (Maitland Branch) Prize Money: 1st $5   2nd $3  

 

Use recipe supplied (Page 2)

JA14

Tea Cake     

FEATURE CLASS:       

Prize Money $10 —Sponsored by Food works Lorn

JA15

Healthy Lunchbox – Presented in a lunchbox

 

 

 

 

HANDCRAFT:

All exhibits to be homemade within the last 18 months and not to have been exhibited at a previous Maitland Show.  

           

MUST BE CHILD’S OWN WORK

 

Entry Fees - $0.50 per entry - Maximum $5.00 per person no matter how many sections entered

 

MOST SUCCESSFUL EXHIBITOR        $20, Donated by Rotary Club of Maitland & H R A & HA Ribbon

 

BEST PIECE DRAWING OR PAINTING       $20 Donated by Rotary Club of Maitland

BEST EXHIBIT   in Classes JA16 – JA14 - $20 Donated by Rotary Club of Maitland

BEST PIECE       JA1 – JA 34 Pair of Scissors (worth $30) donated by Maitland Embroiders Group Inc.      

BEST EXHIBIT Classes JA16 - JA34   H R A & H Assoc Ribbon

PRIZES:              JA16 - JA23 1st $2   2nd $1

                            JA28 - JA34   1st $2 2nd $1

 

 

JA16

Beaded Article e.g. Jewellery

JA17

Any article Knitted - Knitted square approx. 15cm square

JA18

Any article Crochet 

JA19

Soft toy (see definition on page 16 for soft toy)

JA20

Article - fabric painting or printing e.g. T-shirt, Placemat 

JA21

Cushion or small wall hanging

JA22

Any article made from Pop sticks, paper, matchsticks etc. from new material

JA23

Any article Machine or Hand Sewn

JA24

Folk Art - any article

JA25

Cards Handmade - 2 cards

JA26

Cards Stamped - 2 cards

JA27

 Any article woodcraft - not to exceed 600mm

JA28

Article of recycled material e.g. toilet rolls, drink bottles anything used

JA29

Picture made from Seed - no bigger than A4 (mounted)

JA30

Collage - Farm theme including Shorn the sheep  (not 3D)

JA31

Facemask - Animal or Bird any design and any material

JA32

Facemask - Decorated any design and any material

JA33

Decorative Pin Cushion—any material

JA34

Any other article not mentioned

JA35

Painting any medium no larger than 40cm x 55cm

JA36

Drawing any medium no larger than 40cm x 55cm

J37A

Collage – Farm theme (not 3D)

Juniors 11 - 14 years: Must be child’s own work, age must be included on entry form.

Entry Fees - $0.50 per entry - maximum $5 per person no matter how many sections entered

 

COOKING:

 MOST SUCCESSFUL EXHIBITOR:     Classes JB1 - JB13

H R A & H Assoc Ribbon + $30 Sponsored by Rotary Club of Maitland & Lochinvar Hair

PRIZES:     JB1 – JB11 1st $2   2nd $1

 

JB1

Cupcakes plate of 3 or Cake, iced and decorated; All decorations to be edible.

JB2

Scones - plate of six

JB3

Six pikelets

JB4

Gingerbread person - decorated-no larger than 15cm

JB5

Lollies or sweets e.g. coconut ice etc. - 6 pieces

JB6

Plate of six biscuits

JB7

Uncooked slice - plate of 6 pieces

JB8

Rock Cake Plate of six

JB9

Cake made with cake mix - not iced

JB10

Muffins - Plate of 3 - no packets

JB11

Cooked Slice 6 pieces

 

C.W.A. SECTION: Sponsored by Country Women’s Association of NSW (Maitland Branch)

Use recipe supplied (Page 2)

JB12

OAT SLICE  1st $5  2nd $3 

 

FEATURE CLASS:


Prize Money $10—Sponsored by Food works Lorn

JB13

JB 13 Healthy Lunchbox—Presented in a lunchbox.

HANDCRAFT:

All exhibits to be homemade within the last 18 months and not to have been exhibited at a previous Maitland Show.

 

MUST BE CHILD’S OWN WORK

 

 

Entry Fees - $0.50 per entry - Maximum $5.00 per person no matter how many sections entered

 

 

MOST SUCCESSFUL EXHIBITOR:       $20, Donated by Rotary Club of Maitland & H R A & H Assoc Ribbon

BEST PIECE DRAWING OR PAINTING:      20 Donated by Rotary Club of Maitland

BEST EXHIBIT:  In Classes JB14 -JB22 $20 Donated by Rotary Club of Maitland & H R A & H Assoc Ribbon

BEST PIECE:      JB14—JB22 Pair of Scissors (worth $30) donated by Maitland Embroiders Group Inc.

PRIZES:     JB14 – JB34 1st $2   2nd $1

JB14

Cross stitch - any article

JB15

Patchwork / Quilting- any small article

JB16

Beaded Article or Jewellery

JB17

Any article Knitted or Crochet

JB18

Soft toy (see definition on page 16)

JB19

 Article - fabric painting or printing e.g. T-shirt, Placemat etc.

JB20

Cushion or small wall hanging

JB21

Any article made from Pop sticks, paper, matchsticks etc. from new material

JB22

Any article Machine or Hand Sewn

JB23

Folk Art—any article

JB24

Cards Handmade - 2 cards

JB25

Cards Stamped - 2 cards

JB26

Any article woodcraft - not to exceed 600mm x 510mm in size

JB27

Article of recycled material e.g. toilet rolls, drink bottles anything used

JB28

Bookmark - Original design any material.

JB29

Decorated Flower Pot - any material

JB30

Decorated Gum Boots, Sneakers or Shoes

JB31

Decorative Door Stop

JB32

Any other article not mentioned

JB33

Painting any medium no larger than 40 cm x 55 cm (Mounted)

JB34

Drawing any medium no larger than 40cm x 55 cm (Mounted)

 

Juniors 15 - 18 years - Must be child’s own work, age must be included on entry form.

Entry Fees - $0.50 per entry - maximum $5 per person no matter how many sections entered

 

COOKING:

 

MOST SUCCESSFUL EXHIBITOR:  Classes JC1 - JC13

H R A & H Assoc Ribbon + $30 Sponsored by Rotary Club of Maitland & Lochinvar Hair

PRIZES:     JC1 – JC12         1st $2   2nd $1

 

JC1

Cupcakes plate of 3 or Cake, iced and decorated; All decorations to be edible.

JC2

Scones - plate of six

JC3

Six pikelets

JC4

Gingerbread person - decorated-no larger than 15cm

JC5

Lollies or sweets e.g. coconut ice etc. - 6 pieces

JC6

Collection of biscuits presented as a gift (minimum 6)

JC7

Uncooked slice - plate of 6 pieces

JC8

Chocolate Cake iced – not decorated

JC9

Cake made with cake mix – not iced

JC10

Rock Cakes – 6 pieces

JC11

Muffins - Plate of 3 - no packets

JC12

Cooked Slice 6 pieces

C.W.A. SECTION: Sponsored by Country Women’s Association of NSW (Maitland Branch) Use recipe supplied (Page 2)

JC13

COFFEE CAKE   1st $5  2nd $3   3rd $2

 

HERITAGE CLASS:

Prize Money $10—Sponsored by Food works Lorn

JC14

Healthy Lunchbox – Presented in a lunchbox

 

HANDCRAFT:

All exhibits to be homemade within the last 18 months and not to have been exhibited at a previous Maitland Show.

 

 

MUST BE CHILD’S OWN WORK

 

Entry Fees - $0.50 per entry - Maximum $5.00 per person no matter how many sections entered

MOST SUCCESSFUL EXHIBITOR:       $20, Donated by Rotary Club of Maitland & H R A & H Assoc Ribbon

BEST PIECE DRAWING OR PAINTING:      $20 Donated by Rotary Club of Maitland

BEST EXHIBIT:  In Classes JC14 -JC35 $20 Donated by Rotary Club of Maitland & H R A & H Assoc Ribbon

BEST PIECE:      JC15—JC24 Pair of Scissors (worth $30) donated by Maitland Embroiders Group Inc.

PRIZES:     JC15 - JC16   1st $2   2nd $1

                   JC17   1st $3   2nd $2

                   JC18 – JC 37   1st $2   2nd $1

 

JC15

Embroidery – own design – any item

JC16

Cross stitch - any article

JC17

Patchwork / Quilting- any small article

JC18

Wearable Art – Can be purchased article – hand decorated

JC19

Beaded Article or Jewellery

JC20

Any article Knitted or Crochet

JC21

Soft toy (see definition on page 16)

JC22

Article - fabric painting or printing

JC23

Cushion or small wall hanging

JC24

Any article Machine or Hand Sewn

JC25

Folk Art—any article

JC26

Cards Handmade - 2 cards

JC27

Cards Stamped - 2 cards

JC28

Any article made using a CD

JC29

Painted or Decorated Gumboot, Sneaker or Shoe

JC30

Computerised Graphic Art 40cm x 55cm max.

JC31

Novelty Doorstop

JC32

Decorative Pin Cushion – any material

JC33

Mask – Bird or Animal

JC34

Mask - Decorated

JC35

Painting any medium no larger than 40 cm x 55 cm (Mounted)

JC36

Drawing any medium no larger than 40cm x 55 cm (Mounted)

JC37

Any other article not mentioned

 

 



HOMECRAFT   - SPONSORS

 

Harvey Family

Heckman Family

Sarroff Family

Mrs L. James

Purcell Family

Gail Gourley

The Mills Family

Rotary Club of Maitland

Food Work’s Lorn.

Lochinvar Hair

Porcelain Artists Assoc

Maitland Embroiders Group Inc.

Mohair Australia

Maitland Knitter’s Guild

C.W.A. (Maitland Branch).

Lower Hunter Denture Clinic

Mai – Well

Julie’s Folkart

Saw City Newcastle

Spinning & Weaving Group

P. Brinkley  Maitland Woodworkers Guild

G. Palmer  Maitland Woodworkers Guild.

The Teachers Institute of Porcelain Art

(NSW) Inc.

 

Many Thanks for your Kind

Donations and Sponsorship.