August 5-12, 2017

It's time to enter your best at the Fair! The Home Arts showcases many entries from quilting to spinning, weaving, wood carving, decorative painting, leather craft, and culinary baking. Come and enjoy a little friendly competition, see what your talented neighbors have exhibited and who will win the sought-after 2017 Copper Sweepstakes Plates.


RULES GOVERNING HOME ARTS EXHIBITS

The purpose of this Department is primarily educational. The offering of premiums for exhibits is to stimulate the desire on the part of the residents of the county to strive to improve their skills in every phase of Homemaking and Decorative arts. Residents in every part of the county are urged to compete for these premiums and share their skills and ideas with others.

Department Chairperson

Becky Ovard 435-336-2587 and Stephanie Givan 435-336-1417

Community Representatives

  • Francis - Becky Jensen 435-783-2258
  • Wanship - Diana Bowthorpe
  • Kamas - Nancy Betournay 435-783-3800
  • Kamas - Sabrina Gines 801-641-0022
  • Kamas - Autumn Atkinson 435-640-2521 
  • Coalville - Joye Staley 435-336-8919
  • Coalville - Dorane Taylor 435-336-2647
  • Park City - Mary Lou Toly 435-649-9707

The general rules and regulations of the County Fair Association and the following apply to the Home Arts Department and will be enforced.


PLACING & RELEASE OF EXHIBITS

  1. All Home Art exhibits will be accepted ONLY on Tuesday, August 8th, 2017, at the Quonset Hut in Coalville between the hours of 2:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m.
  2. Baked goods will be accepted Tuesday, August 8th, 2017 from 2:00 p.m. to 8:00 pm or Wednesday August 9th, 2017 between 8:00 a.m. and 9:30 a.m.
  3. Exhibits will be released to the public from 5:00 p.m. To 6:30 p.m., Monday August 14, 2017.
  4. The Summit County Fair will NOT be responsible for any exhibits left after 6:30 p.m., unless prior arrangements have been made.

RULES AND REGULATIONS

  1. ARTICLES EXHIBITED AT PREVIOUS COUNTY FAIRS MAY NOT BE EXHIBITED.
  2. Entries in this department are limited to current RESIDENTS OF SUMMIT COUNTY.
  3. All entries of Country Arts must be the work of the exhibitor and must be complete and be entered with an official fair entry tag.
  4. Work should not be older than one year from date of completion.
  5. Soiled or poorly pressed articles showing definite sign of wear will not be accepted.
  6. No other premium categories may be made without permission of the supervisor.
  7. Exhibits must be delivered to the home of the Community Representative on Tuesday, or by arrangement of time and place by town representative. Call your town representative for more information.
  8. Fair board officials will do all they can to protect exhibits, but ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR DAMAGED, LOST OR STOLEN ARTICLES.
  9. The Quonset Hut will be open to the public on Thursday, August 10th, 2017, at 4:00 p.m. and close at 8:00 p.m. The Quonset hut will be open to the public on Friday between the hours of 10:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. and Saturday at 12:00 p.m. or as soon after the parade as possible and will close at 8:00 p.m. Town Representatives will pick up exhibits as stated above. If exhibits cannot be left until Monday please do not leave it to be entered as an exhibit.
  10. Premiums will be paid for 1st, 2nd and 3rd placing. Judges decisions are final. Judging is by the Danish System.
  11. A person may not compete against herself/himself with several items of the same kind. In the case of several items in the same class, pick one for competition and the others will be displayed, but will be judged if you desire. (Only one premium will be paid.) Items may only be entered in one Lot. Only one Lot per item.
  12. A special award will be awarded to the most outstanding exhibit in each general class, with one or two judge’s choice ribbons in each class.
  13. Exhibitor should circle appropriate exhibitor status on the entry tag: Youth 15 years of age and under, Senior Citizen, Professional or General. Copper plates and judge's choice ribbons will be awarded to Youth, Senior Citizen & Professional Divisions. Exhibits will not be considered for special award unless it is marked.
  14. Premium money should be picked up at the place designated for premiums at the fairgrounds. Premiums will not be given after September 1st.
  15. All exhibitors are encouraged to submit entries to the State Fair. You do not have to win the sweepstakes in the county to be able to exhibit at the state fair.
  16. A Sweepstakes plate award will not be awarded to the same person in the same class two years in a row.
  17. Home Arts supervisors reserve the right to change exhibit classes and premium amounts as they deem necessary.
  18. Each and every article exhibited will first be judged on its own merit for quality workmanship and design. Only in the case of selection for a sweepstakes award and judge's choice ribbons will items in one class be compared one to another.
  19. Each general class must have at least three exhibitors for a sweepstakes award and judge's choice to be made.
  20. Youth Exhibits: Youth Division will encompass exhibits of county residents up to and including age 15.
  21. PLEASE BRING QUALITY ITEMS; ALL OTHERS WILL BE FOR DISPLAY ONLY. YOUTH MAY ENTER ONE EXHIBIT PER LOT NUMBER EXCEPT THE ARTS & CRAFTS, THEY ARE LIMITED TO 3 ENTRIES IN THAT CATEGORY. NO lego type models or Puzzles will be Accepted for exhibits. Individual exhibits may not exceed 12" in diameter or 14" in height. **Please note youth age on Entry tag!***
  22. Professional: Anyone who instructs and sells or has sold finished work.
  23. The Heritage category which will include anything related to Heritage. (LOT #369)

HOME ARTS PREMIUMS

HOME ARTS
  • JUDGE'S CHOICE RIBBON $5.00
  • BLUE RIBBON $4.00
  • RED RIBBON $3.00
  • WHITE RIBBON $2.00
*HEIRLOOM SKILLS
  • BLUE $5.00
  • RED $4.00
  • WHITE $3.00

AGE GROUPS

Senior Citizen: 65 & Up

Adult Ages: 16 To 64

Youth Ages: Up To 15

Youth may enter ONE EXHIBIT Per Lot Number except in the Arts and Crafts section where they are limited to 3 articles in each lot number.

You may enter one article in each lot number


MADE TEXTILE SEWING, CONSTRUCTION AND REMODELING

SCORE CARD:

The following Score card will be used for all clothing divisions.

GENERAL APPEARANCE POINTS

Condition of article: cleanliness, pressing etc. 5

Design, style, color 20

SUITABILITY TO PURPOSE

Material, color, trim, style 25

WORKMANSHIP

Quality of finish 15

Appropriate finish 15

ECONOMIC ASPECT

Value in relation to cost in time and money 10

Balanced value between material, thread, etc. 10

TOTAL POINTS 100

** NOTE - Machine serged garments will not be compared with straight stitched garments, but rather, appropriateness of seam finish and general construction.


CLASS 1 - CLOTHING - DRESSMAKING

WOMEN'S/MEN'S CLOTHING

  • LOT #1 Dress
  • LOT #2 Peignoir Set
  • LOT #3 Dress, two piece
  • LOT #4 Active Wear
  • LOT #5 Blouse/Shirt
  • LOT #6 Pre-cut Kits
  • LOT #7 Skirt
  • LOT #8 Jumpsuit
  • LOT #9 Jacket
  • LOT #10 Denim Style Jeans
  • LOT #11 Pantsuit
  • LOT #12 Shorts
  • LOT #13 Pants
  • LOT #14 Vest
  • LOT #15 Lounge Wear
  • LOT #16 Slip
  • LOT #17 Robe
  • LOT #18 Costume
  • LOT #19 Sleeping garment
  • LOT #20 Non-Specified

YOUTH SIZE CLOTHING

  • LOT #21 Dress
  • LOT #22 Suit/Pantsuit
  • LOT #23 Pants
  • LOT #24 Jumper
  • LOT #25 Jacket
  • LOT #26 Blouse/shirt/T-shirt
  • LOT #27 Skirt
  • LOT #28 Play clothes
  • LOT #29 Slip
  • LOT #30 Sleep Wear
  • LOT #31 Active Wear
  • LOT #32 Denim Style Jeans
  • LOT #33 Athletic Wear
  • LOT #34 Caps or Bonnets
  • LOT #35 2 Piece outfit
  • LOT #36 Shorts
  • LOT #37 Vest
  • LOT #38 Smocking
  • LOT #39 Bibs
  • LOT #40 Costume
  • LOT #41 Non-Specified

APRONS

  • LOT #42 Kitchen
  • LOT #43 Fancy
  • LOT #44 Non-Specified

INFANT CLOTHING (SEWN ONLY)

  • LOT #45 Bibs
  • LOT #46 Bunting
  • LOT #47 Receiving blanket
  • LOT #48 Pants
  • LOT #49 Shirt
  • LOT #50 Dresses
  • LOT #51 Non-Specified

REMODELED GARMENTS

  • All entries must be accompanied by a signed statement or picture describing or showing old garment or material from which remodeling was done.
  • LOT #52 Woman's tailored suit
  • LOT #53 Dress
  • LOT #54 Tailored Suit
  • LOT #55 Denim style jeans
  • LOT #56 Woman's or girl's skirt /blouse
  • LOT #57 Suit or Coat
  • LOT #58 Boy's shirt or trousers
  • LOT #59 Non-Specified

*TAILORED WEAR

  • LOT #60 Ladies Suit
  • LOT #61 Men's Suit
  • LOT #62 Jackets
  • LOT #63 Coats (Adults)
  • LOT #64 Coats and Jackets
  • LOT #65 Vest (Child's)

WINTER SPORTS WEAR

  • LOT #66 Jacket
  • LOT #67 Pants
  • LOT #68 One-piece Suit

*FORMAL AND EVENING WEAR

Please contact your community chairman 2 weeks prior to the fair if you need a dress form.

  • LOT #69 Wedding Dress
  • LOT #70 Christening Set/Dress
  • LOT #71 Formal Wear
  • LOT #72 Baptismal Clothing

CLOTHING - WARDROBE BUILDING

  • LOT #73 Scarves-Sewn
  • LOT #74 Purses
  • LOT #75 Non-Specified

GENERAL SEWING

  • LOT #76 Fleece Blanket- Sewn
  • LOT #77 Tote bag
  • LOT #78a Quiet book
  • LOT #78b Pillowcases 
  • LOT #79 Non-Specified
 

CLASS 2 - KNITTING

*HAND KNITTING (APPAREL)

  • LOT #80 Suit
  • LOT #81 Shawl, stole, poncho or scarf
  • LOT #82 Lace on article, over 2"
  • LOT #83 Coat or Sweater
  • LOT #84 Dress
  • LOT #85 Slippers
  • LOT #86 Baby Items – Dress, Booties
  • LOT #87 Hat, Socks, Mittens
  • LOT #88 Thread
  • LOT #88a Non-Specified

*HAND KNITTING (NON-APPAREL)

  • LOT #89 Centerpiece
  • LOT #90 Afghan
  • LOT #91 Baby Afghan
  • LOT #92 Thread 
  • LOT #92a Non-Specified

MACHINE KNITTING (APPAREL)

  • LOT #93 Suit
  • LOT #94 Shawl, stole, poncho or scarf
  • LOT #95 Lace on article, over 2"
  • LOT #96 Coat or Sweater
  • LOT #97 Dress
  • LOT #98 Slippers
  • LOT #99 Baby Items – Dress, Booties
  • LOT #100 Hat, Socks, Mittens
  • LOT #101 Non-Specified

MACHINE KNITTING (NON-APPAREL)

  • LOT #102 Afghan
  • LOT #104 Baby Afghan
  • LOT #103 Centerpieces
  • LOT #105 Handloom or Non-specified
 

CLASS 3 - CROCHETING

*CROCHETING (APPAREL-THREAD)

  • LOT #106 Stole, Shawl, Poncho
  • LOT #107 Suit
  • LOT #108 Scarf
  • LOT #109 Coat, Sweater
  • LOT #110 Dress
  • LOT #111 Slippers
  • LOT #112 Baby Booties
  • LOT #113 Hat, Socks, Mittens
  • LOT #114 Non-Specified

*CROCHETING (NON-APPAREL -THREAD)

  • LOT #115 Tablecloth
  • LOT #116 Bed set, Trimmed, Sheet and 2 Cases
  • LOT #117 Doilies
  • LOT #118 Centerpiece
  • LOT #119 Pillowcases/dresser scarf
  • LOT #120 Afghan
  • LOT #121 Receiving Blanket, edge crocheted
  • LOT #122 Baby Afghan
  • LOT #123 Handkerchief
  • LOT #124 Hanger
  • LOT #125 Hot Pads
  • LOT #126 Burber, Bib
  • LOT #127 Non-specified

*CROCHETING (APPAREL-YARN)

  • LOT #128 Stole, Shawl, Poncho
  • LOT #129 Suit
  • LOT #130 Scarf
  • LOT #131 Coat, Sweater
  • LOT #132 Dress
  • LOT #133 Slippers
  • LOT #134 Baby Booties
  • LOT #135 Hat, Socks, Mittens
  • LOT #136 Non-Specified

*CROCHETING (NON-APPAREL - YARN)

  • LOT #137 Tablecloth
  • LOT #138 Bed set, Trimmed, Sheet and 2 Cases
  • LOT #139 Doilies
  • LOT #140 Centerpiece
  • LOT #141 Pillowcases/dresser scarf
  • LOT #142 Afghan
  • LOT #143 Receiving Blanket, edge crocheted
  • LOT #144 Baby Afghan
  • LOT #145 Handkerchief
  • LOT #146 Hanger
  • LOT #147 Hot Pads
  • LOT #148 Burber, Bib
  • LOT #149 Non-Specified
 

CLASS 4 - SPECIALTY HEIRLOOM

*SPECIALTY HEIRLOOM (FRAMED)

  • LOT # 150 Tatting
  • LOT #151 Netting
  • LOT #152 Lacework
  • LOT #153 Hardanger
  • LOT #154 Candle Wicking
  • LOT #155 Cutwork
  • LOT #156 Non-Specified

*SPECIALTY HEIRLOOM (UNFRAMED)

  • LOT #157 Tatting
  • LOT #158 Netting
  • LOT #159 Lacework
  • LOT #160 Hardanger
  • LOT #161 Candle Wicking
  • LOT #162 Cutwork
  • LOT #163 Non-Specified

*CLASS 5-NEEDLEWORK

All methods of fabric decorative embellishment done with the use of needle to be displayed in this class.

*NEEDLEWORK UNFRAMED

  • LOT #164 Needlepoint
  • LOT #165 Counted Cross stitch
  • LOT #166 Pettipoint
  • LOT #167 Stamped Cross Stitch
  • LOT #168 Crewel
  • LOT #169 Swedish Weave
  • LOT #170 Felting
  • LOT #171 Tapestry
  • LOT #172 Machine embroidery
  • LOT #173 Monogram
  • LOT #174 Applique
  • LOT #175 Ribbon embroidery
  • LOT #176 Embroidery
  • LOT #177 Original Design Embroidery
  • LOT #178 Non-Specified

*FRAMED NEEDLEWORK

  • Item will be judged on entire article, i.e.,framing, stitchery & design.
  • LOT #179 Needlepoint
  • LOT #180 Counted Cross stitch
  • LOT #181 Pettipoint
  • LOT #182 Stamped Cross Stitch
  • LOT #183 Crewel
  • LOT #184 Swedish weave
  • LOT #185 Tapestry
  • LOT #186 Machine embroidery
  • LOT #187 Applique
  • LOT #188 Ribbon embroidery
  • LOT #189 Embroidery
  • LOT #190 Original design embroidery
  • LOT #191 Non-Specified

*CLASS 6 - QUILTS

  • LOT #192 Child quilts (under 65" x 80")
  • LOT #193 Infants & Crib Size quilts
  • LOT #194 Child's (Approximately 65" X 80")
  • *LOT #195 Pieced Non Quilted
  • *LOT #196 Embroidered
  • *LOT #197 Chenille, candlewick, crewel
  • LOT #198 Whole Cloth Quilt (design method)
  • *LOT #199 Applique - Hand, raw edge
  • LOT #200 Appliqued - Machine
  • LOT #201 Painted Quilt or Stenciled
  • LOT #202 Tied Quilt
  • *LOT #203 Hand Pieced
  • *LOT #204 Machine Pieced
  • LOT #205 Puff quilt
  • LOT #206 Machine quilted (by exhibitor)
  • LOT #207 Machine quilted by someone other than exhibitor
  • LOT #208 Ragtime Quilts
  • LOT #209 Mixed Technique
  • *LOT #210 Hand Quilted
  • LOT #211 Wall Hanging 
  • LOT #211a Holiday Quilt
  • LOT #211b Non-Specified
  • A Sweepstakes Plate will be awarded in full size quilts and in Child Size Quilts

CLASS 7 - WALL HANGINGS

A wall decoration must be ready to hang or they cannot be accepted. Anything that is normally displayed hanging on a wall, if not mentioned other places, goes in this class.

 

  • LOT #212 Wreaths
  • LOT #213 Mirrors
  • LOT #214 Fabric Wall Hanging
  • LOT #215 Non Specified

CLASS 8 - PILLOWS

  • LOT #216 Knitted
  • LOT #217 Crocheted
  • LOT #218 Quilted
  • LOT #219 Sewn
  • LOT #220 Needlework
  • LOT #221 Pillow Cases
  • LOT #222 Shams
  • LOT #223 Latch Hook
  • LOT #224 Non-Specified

*CLASS 9A HOME FURNISHINGS

  • LOT #225 Re-upholstered Furniture
  • LOT #226 Arm chair or rocker
  • LOT #227 Platform chair or rocker
  • LOT #228 Occasional chair or rocker
  • LOT #229 Footstool
  • LOT #230 Rugs
  • LOT #231 Lamp shades (fabric)
  • LOT #232 Non-Specified Wood construction, finishing and refinishing (specify as to new construction)
  • LOT #233 What-not shelves
  • LOT #234 Child's cupboard
  • LOT #235 Wood finishing or refinishing (Must be accompanied with a picture before project was started)
  • LOT #236 End tables
  • LOT #237 Non-Specified

CLASS 9B WOOD CONSTRUCTION

  • LOT #237a Wood Construction 
  • LOT #237b Recycled Wood Construction

CLASS 10 HOUSEHOLD ACCESSORIES

  • Lot #238 Table Cloth
  • Lot #239 Place mats
  • Lot #240 Napkins/table linens
  • LOT #241 Towels
  • LOT #242 Curtains/Drapes
  • LOT #243 Non Specified

CLASS 11 ARTS AND CRAFTS

***YOUTH ARE LIMITED TO 3 ARTICLES IN THIS CATEGORY***

YOUTH PREMIUM - 3.00

PLEASE BRING QUALITY ITEMS, All others will be for display only.

  • LOT #244 Leaded glass, traditional 12" & over
  • LOT #245 Leaded glass, traditional under 12"
  • LOT #246 Painted glass, non-trad. 12" & over
  • LOT #247 Painted glass, non-trad. under 12"
  • LOT #248 Kit models, (all divisions)
  • LOT #249 Macrame
  • LOT #250 Mod-podge
  • LOT #251 Toys
  • LOT #252 Rock and Mineral Display
  • LOT #253 Flowers, artificial, silk flower arrangements, etc.
  • LOT #254 Candles
  • LOT #255 Metal work
  • LOT #256 Plastics
  • LOT #257 Fiber novelties
  • LOT #258 Insect collections
  • LOT #259 Quiet book (Not Sewn)
  • LOT #260 Wood Carving
  • LOT #260a Wood Burning
  • LOT #261 Walking Stick/Cane
  • LOT #262 Wood Construction
  • LOT #263 Plastic Canvas
  • LOT #264 Clay Figurine
  • LOT #265 Fleece Blanket (Not Sewn)
  • LOT #266 Tote Bag (Not Sewn)
  • LOT #267 Soap (handmade)
  • LOT #268 Shoe Decor
  • LOT #269 Recycled Art (decorative)
  • LOT #270 Recycled Art (functional)
  • LOT #271 Pony Beading
  • LOT #271a Non-Specified

CLASS 12 HOLIDAY

  • LOT #272 Christmas stocking
  • LOT #273 Christmas tree skirt
  • LOT #274 Christmas Banner
  • LOT #275 Misc. Christmas crafts
  • LOT #276 Christmas Novelties (set of three or more)
  • LOT #277 Ornaments
  • LOT #278 Halloween
  • LOT #279 Valentines
  • LOT #280 Easter
  • LOT #281 4th of July
  • LOT #281a Thanksgiving 
  • LOT #282 Non-Specified

CLASS 13 JEWELRY

  • LOT #283 Necklace
  • LOT #284 Bracelet
  • LOT #285 Ring
  • LOT #286 Ear ring
  • LOT #287 Beading
  • LOT #288 Non-Specified

CLASS 14A SCRAPBOOK

  • LOT #289 Scrap Book

CLASS 14B SCRAPBOOKING/MEMORABILIA

  • LOT #290 Decorated Photo Album
  • LOT #291 Scrap Book page
  • LOT #292 Rubber Stamping
  • LOT #293 Story Book
  • LOT #293a Computerized Book
  • LOT #294 Story/Poem
  • LOT #295 Handmade Card
  • LOT #296 Vinyl Lettering
  • LOT #297 Non-Specified

CLASS 15 TOLE PAINTING

  • LOT #300 Tole on fabric
  • LOT #301 Folk Art
  • LOT #302 Landscape
  • LOT #303 Christmas
  • LOT #304 Holiday
  • LOT #305 Metal
  • LOT #306 Paper (NON-PAPER)
  • LOT #307 Paper (PRINTING ON PAPER)
  • LOT #308 Rosemalling
  • LOT #309 Tole painting on tin
  • LOT #310 Wood - Over 8 X 10
  • LOT #311 Wood - Under 8 X 10
  • LOT #312 Yard Decorations
  • LOT #313 Furniture
  • LOT #314 Glass
  • LOT #315 Non-Specified

CLASS 16 DECORATIVE PAINTING (Tole painting not included in this area.)

  • LOT #316 On Metal
  • LOT #317 On Fabric
  • LOT #318 On Wood
  • LOT #319 Christmas
  • LOT #320 Pottery
  • LOT #330 Non-Specified

CLASS 17 LEATHERCRAFT

  • LOT #331 Bridle
  • LOT #332 Carving
  • LOT #333 Tooling
  • LOT #334 Non-Specified

CLASS 18 TAXIDERMY

  • LOT #335 Non Specified

*CLASS 19 - FIBER ART-  WEAVING

  • LOT #336 Pile or flat woven rugs
  • LOT #336a Tapestries and woven wall hangings
  • LOT #337 Baskets
  • LOT #338 Hand-woven fabrics (pillows, mats, afghans, etc.)
  • LOT #339 Items woven or knotted of not less than half handspun yarns spun by the entrant
  • LOT #340 Fleecing
  • LOT #340a Non-Specified

APPLIED SURFACE DECORATION (FABRIC DESIGN NO KITS)

  • *LOT #341 Batik, silk screening, dye work
  • LOT #342 Hooking (original rugs, wall-hangings, etc.)
  • LOT #343 Original needlepoint
  • LOT #344 Original Art
  • LOT #345 Textile painting
  • LOT #346 Applique
  • LOT #347 Non-Specified

CLASS 20 - CERAMICS

RULES AND REGULATIONS:

  1. If an exhibit consists of a set, it will be considered as one exhibit.
  2. Large exhibit items will be accepted only if there is sufficient exhibit space.
  3. Each entry must be labeled with type and method of finish.
  4. Any exhibit under 5" in height or width will need to contain at least 3 similar items to be classified as an exhibit.

Exhibits will be entered in the following classifications:

  • LOT #348 Acrylic Painting
  • LOT #349 Chalking
  • LOT #350 Glazed & Fired
  • LOT #351 Other, Non-Specified

CLASS 21 DOLLS

Dolls are not exceed 36" in height

  • LOT #352 Paper Mache
  • LOT #353 Yarn
  • LOT#354 Apple head *
  • LOT #355 Clothes pin
  • LOT #356 Rag Doll
  • LOT #357 Soft Sculpture
  • LOT #358 Stuffed Animals*
  • LOT #359 Non-Specified

CLASS 21B PORCELAIN DOLL

  • LOT# 360 Porcelain Doll

CLASS 22 – WELDING

  • LOT# 419 Welding

CLASS 23 - HOME CANNING

RULES GOVERNING HOME CANNING EXHIBITS:

Only products of the home kitchen are eligible. Any fruit canned after the fair last year can be entered.

All entries must be the work of the exhibitor, who must be a current resident of Summit County.

TWO (2) UNIFORM JARS constitute an exhibit for fruit, vegetables and meats. TWO (2) PINT JARS constitute an exhibit for preserves, fruit butter, conserves, pickles, relishes & sauces. ONE (1) QUART jar constitutes an exhibit for dried fruits and vegetables. All jars must be labeled with the name of the product & date of preparation.

Canned food must be entered ONLY IN STANDARD JARS WITH STANDARD LIDS, sealed, clean and free from stickiness.

In fancy pack, an exhibitor shall enter 2 bottles of a kind, but cannot compete against her/himself.

Exhibitors shall be permitted to make one entry per lot number.

PROCESSING TIME AND METHOD MUST BE LISTED ON EACH ENTRY WITH CORRECT HIGH ALTITUDE ADJUSTMENT. Without it items will not be considered for Copper Plate or Judge's Choice Awards.)

HIGH ALTITUDE ADJUSTMENT COURTESY OF USU EXSTENSION PARK CITY 7200, WANSHIP 5860,

SUMMIT PARK 7000, UPTON 6100, WOODLAND 6700, COALVILLE 5580, KAMAS 6470, ECHO 5465, OAKLEY 6400, HENEFER 5360, PEOA 6200

 

HOME CANNING SCORE CARD POINTS

 

PRODUCT 60

Color as near the color of raw product as possible without undue bleaching or darkening

Quality should indicate a good 20

original product, 30

show firmness, absence of defects;

in meats, fat should not be excessive.

A uniformity state of maturity 10

 

LIQUID AND PACK 30

Pack space should be full, but the jar not crowded greens, starch vegetables and meat should be packed rather loosely.

The liquid should cover the product, but there should not be an excessive proportion of liquid to product.

GENERAL APPEARANCE OF EXHIBIT 10

Uniformity of jars 5

Label, placing, cleanliness 5

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TOTAL POINTS 100

ALL JARS MUST BE UNIFORM

 

**DO NOT USE PARAFFIN WAX.**

TWO (2)Uniform Jars constitute an exhibit for fruit, vegetables and meats. TWO (2)Pint jars constitute an exhibit for preserves, fruit butter, conserves, pickles, relishes and sauces. One (1) quart jar constitutes an exhibit for dried

fruits and vegetables. All jars must be labeled with the name of the product & the date of preparation.

 

LOT #361 Fruits, 2 quart or pint jars, any variety

LOT #362 Vegetables, 2 uniform pint or quart jars

LOT #363 Jams 2,1/2 pint or 2 pint jars with lids

LOT #364 Jellies, 2, 1/2 pint or 2 pint jars with lids.

LOT #365 Preserves, 2, 1 pint jars any variety

LOT #366 Pickles, 2, 1 pint jars, any variety

LOT #367 Relishes, 2, 1 pint jars, any variety

LOT #368 Pickled Fruit, any variety

LOT #369 Canned Meat, 2 jars any variety

LOT #370 Sauces, 2 quart or pint jars any variety

LOT #371 Salsa, 2 quart or pint jars, any variety

LOT #372 Juices, 2 quart or pint jars, any variety

LOT #373 Syrups, 2 quart or pint jars, any variety

LOT #374 Non-Specified

 

CLASS 23a – Dried Canning

LOT #375 Dried Fruit, 1 jar any variety

LOT #376 Dried Vegetables, 1 jar any variety

 

LOT #377 Spices, Small jar any variety

LOT #377a Non-Specified 

2016 AWARDS ANNOUNCEMENT

 

BALL® FRESH PRESERVING AWARD

FOR ADULT LEVEL

presented by: BALL ® & KERR® Fresh Preserving PRODUCTS

 

Jarden Home Brands marketers of Ball® and Kerr® Fresh Preserving Products is proud to recognize today’s fresh preserving (canning) enthusiasts, First and Second Place Awards will be given to individuals judged as the best in designated categories.A panel of judges will select the two best entries for Fruit, Vegetable, Pickle and Soft Spread categories.Entries must be preserved in Ball® Jars sealed with Ball® Lids and Bands, or Ball® Collection Elite® Jarssealed with Collection Elite® Lids and Bands or preserved in Kerr® Jars sealed with Kerr® Lids and Bands. In addition, soft spread entries must be prepared using Ball® Pectin: Classic, Low or No-Sugar Needed or Liquid.
 
Entries designated First Place from each category will receive the following:
 
 Two(2) Five Dollar ($5) Coupons for Ball® or Kerr® Fresh Preserving Products

·        One (1) Free (up to $4 value) Coupon for Ball® Pectin.

Entries designated Second Place from each category will receive the following:

·        One (1) Five Dollar ($5) Coupon for Ball® or Kerr® Fresh Preserving Products

·        One (1) Free (up to $4 value) Coupon for Ball® Pectin.

 

 

BAKED FOODS

**TO BE CONSIDERED FOR SWEEPSTAKES PLATE OR JUDGE'S CHOICE AWARDS, RECIPES MUST BE INCLUDED WITH ALL BAKED GOODS**

 

Exhibitors must deliver baked products to the Quonset Hut Tuesday, August 4th, 2015 between 2 p.m. - 8 p.m. or Wednesday, August 5th from 8:00 a.m. 9:30 a.m.

 SCORE CARD FOR BREADS POINTS

(STANDARD LOAF SIZE 9 X 4 X 4 INCHES)

GENERAL APPEARANCE 10

Shape, roundness of dome, smoothness no cracks, bulges, lumps,etc, color of crust, golden brown

LIGHTNESS 10

CRUST 10

CRUMB 30

Color, light cream, if made from white flour. 5

Texture, no streaks or extra closeness of grain,

size and uniformity of cells, elasticity, softness and springiness. 25

FLAVOR, TASTE AND ODOR 30

Sweet, nut like flavor of the grain with no "off" taste. Does not taste of yeast salt, fat, etc. Not sour.

KEEPING QUALITIES 10

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TOTAL POINTS 100

 

**TO BE CONSIDERED FOR SWEEPSTAKES PLATE OR JUDGE'S CHOICE AWARDS, RECIPES MUST BE INCLUDED WITH ALL BAKED GOODS**

CLASS 24 - BREADS AND ROLLS 

YOU MAY ENTER ONE YEAST BREAD OR ROLL & A QUICK BREAD OR MUFFIN
LOT #378 Yeast bread (1 loaf) or roll Four (4) on a plate
LOT #379 Bread Made in Bread Maker (1 loaf)
LOT #380 Yeast Bread cooked in Dutch Oven. (1 loaf) or 4 rolls on a plate
LOT #381 Cinnamon/Sweet Rolls
LOT #382 Non-Specified

CLASS 24a - QUICK BREADS AND MUFFINS 

LOT #383 One (1) Quick Bread or Muffins Four (4) on a plate
LOT #383 Non-Specified 

CLASS 25 - COOKIES ONE ENTRY PER FAMILY

(4 per plate)

LOT #384 Chocolate Chip

LOT #385 Oatmeal

LOT #386 Fruit (example - applesauce, pumpkin)

LOT #387 Brownies

LOT #388 Butter

LOT #389 Peanut Butter

LOT #390 Bars

LOT #391 Macaroons

LOT #392 Drop Cookies

LOT #393 Snickerdoodles

LOT #394 Other

 

CLASS 26 - DESSERTS

PIES, CAKES, & COOKIES SCORE CARD POINTS

General Appearance - Shape, size, color 15

Crust - Depth, texture, flavor 20

 

Crumb - Texture, grain, elasticity,

tenderness, flavor, color 65

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TOTAL POINTS 100

 

CAKES: Specify kind (not to exceed 16" in height)

Please keep in mind ingredients could make them moldy by the end of the fair.

LOT #395 Cupcakes

LOT #396 Non Specified

 

PIES: You may enter one in each lot number 

LOT #397 One Crust

LOT #398 Two Crust

 

TASTY TREATS:

Lot #399 Unbaked

Lot #400 Popcorn

Lot #401 Cereal

 

CANDIES:

An entry in this division shall consist of 5 pieces of candy

LOT # 402 Fudge

LOT # 403 Divinity

LOT # 404 Toffee

LOT # 405 Peanut Brittle

LOT # 406 Cherry Chocolates

LOT # 407 Non-Specified

LOT #408 Box of assorted candies, (packed for display) NOT ENTERED IN ANOTHER CATEGORY

LOT #409 Specialty Plate (packed for display) seven varieties of cookies or candies (2 per variety) NOT ENTERED IN ANOTHER CATEGORY

CANDY SCORE CARD POINTS

General appearance 15

Texture 60

Flavor 25

TOTAL POINTS 100

 

CLASS 27 - CAKE DECORATING

CAKES ARE TO BE AT THE QUONSET HUT IN COALVILLE ON WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5th, 2015 FROM 8:00 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.

GENERAL GUIDELINES FOR DECORATED CAKES

4.       Size: A disposable, but sturdy base is to be 1" larger than the finished cake. Cakes MUST NOT EXCEED 10" in diameter, if round, or 10 x 13 inches if rectangle. Height cannot exceed 12" if tiered

5.       All items used in decorations must be edible.

6.       Frosting is to made from scratch. Recipe for frosting is to be submitted.

7.       A Sweepstakes Award will be given as well as a Judge's Choice Award.

8.       Three Divisions will be recognized:

9.       Junior: Ages to 15 years

10.    Adult: Ages 16 to 64

11.    Sr. Citizen Age 65 & over

12.    Cakes will be entered and judged in the following categories:

LOT #410 Cake decorated with candies, sugar molds, stencils or anything edible (no plastic animals)

LOT #411 Cake decorated with tubes

LOT #412 Cut-up cake

LOT #413 Pre-molded cake

LOT #414 Create your own:

(a) May include flowers made on flat surface, and borders.

(b) May include use of flat flower nail or lily nail or hooked flower on wire stem, borders and/or side trim,

pillars. Total height not to exceed 12".

LOT #415 Wedding Cakes (see items a & b above)

May include string and lattice work.

LOT #416 Decorated Cupcakes

HERITAGE CATEGORY (ANYTHING RELATED TO HERITAGE)

LOT #417 Non-Specified

SPECIAL RECOGNITION CATEGORY: If you are a former resident and still participate at the Summit County Fair this category is for you. You can enter items in this category to be judged. A Sweepstakes Plate will be awarded to the most outstanding item in this category.

LOT #418 Non-Specified