Chairpersons: Darlene Marcellus (905-294-0319), Irene Reid (905-294-3150)

Before entering this section, please refer to the General Rules & Regulations and Additional Rules for
Homecraft
as well as the following:

* Entry Forms Accepted From Monday, May 29th, 2017 to
Thursday, September 14th, 2017
* No Entries will be accepted after 8:00p.m.
September 14th, 2017 *Will be strictly enforced.*

Additional Rules:

  1. No Christmas Themes
  2. No work shall be entered more than 1 year
  3. Work must not be older than 2 years and must be in good condition
  4. Pictures must be framed and ready for hanging.
    No Saw-Tooth Hangers
  5. All work must be done by entrant
  6. No article shall be made with anything edible
  7. Exhibits must be brought to the Homecraft Building on Tuesday, September 26th, 2017 between 12 noon and 8:30 pm and may be reclaimed on Sunday, October 1, 2017 between 6:30 and 8:00 pm

Prize Money Classes #1- 48:

1st – $7.00; 2nd – $5.00; 3rd – $4.00; 4th – $3.00

  1. One hand-carved wood article. No decorative birds; no miniatures.
    (Not to exceed 24” in any one direction)
  2. One or two decorative birds on a single base,
    hand-carved in wood.
  3. One hand-crafted wood article.
    (Not to exceed 24”L x 24”W x 18”H)
  4. One hand-crafted wooden toy.
    (Not to exceed 24” in any one direction)
  5. One handcrafted item of woodburning. No decorative birds, no miniatures.
    (Not to exceed 24” in any one direction.)
  6. One handcrafted article in polymer clay.
    (No larger than 12” in any one direction.)
  7. One handcrafted wind chime, any medium.
    (Not to exceed 24” in length.)
  8. One handmade article made primarily of duct tape
    (Not to exceed 12” in any one direction) New!
  9. One handmade article made from a dried gourd.
    (Not to exceed 18” in any one direction) New!
  10. One door decoration for Canada’s 150th Birthday. Ready for hanging. (Not to exceed 24” x 24”)
  11. One article in beaded jewelry. No earrings.
  12. One article in jewelry – any other medium. No earrings.
    No beading!
  13. One handcrafted pair of earrings. – any medium. New!
  14. One beaded article.
    (Not to exceed 12” x 12”) No jewellery!
  15. One handmade blank verse “Birthday” greeting card/note paper No computer work or graphics.
    (Not to exceed 6”x 8”)
  16. One handmade blank verse “Birthday” greeting card/note paper using computer work, graphics or computerised cutters (Not to exceed 6”x 8”)
  17. One handmade invitation to a “Birthday Party” No
    computer work/ graphics. (Not to exceed 6” x 8”)
  18. One decorated clay flower pot. (Not to exceed 8”)
  19. One hand decorated paper Birthday gift bag.
    (Not to exceed 8” x 10”)
  20. One hand-crafted garden marker celebrating Canada’s 150th Birthday (Not to exceed 24”)
  21. One article in technique not mentioned above.
    No needlework. (Not to exceed 24” x 36”)
    Name the technique.
  22. One handmade article made from mosaic. (Not to exceed 12” in any one direction) New!)
  23. One article in counted cross-stitch, 11-18 count Aida. “Framed”(Not to exceed 24”x 36”)
  24. One article in counted cross-stitch, on other material.
    No plastic canvas. (Not to exceed 24”x 36”)
  25. One article in counted cross-stitch or needlepoint completed but not meant to be framed. (Not to exceed 12” x 18”)
  26. One hand-made felted article using felted technique not purchased felt.
  27. One article in needlepoint on plastic canvas. No sets. (Not to exceed 18” overall)
  28. One article in stitchery not mentioned above
    (no knitting crocheting, tatting or sewing)
    Name the technique. (Not to exceed 24” x 36”.)
  29. One handmade fridge magnet-any medium
    (Not to exceed 4”X4”).
  30. One hand puppet. No sets
  31. One finger puppet. No sets
  32. One hand-crafted animal. Any soft medium. No sets.
    (Not to exceed 12”)
  33. One stuffed toy, knitted or crocheted. No sets.
    (Not to exceed 22”)
  34. One hand-crafted Teddy Bear. (Not to exceed 22”)
    No sets.
  35. One Bouquet of 3 handmade Flowers on Stems, any medium.
    (Flower and Stem not to exceed 10” in height)
  36. One hand decorated picture frame.
    (Not to exceed 5”x 7”)
  37. One handmade suncatcher – any medium
    (Not to exceed 8”x 8”).
  38. One hand-crafted doll. Doll & Clothes must be made by entrant. (Not to exceed 25”)
  39. One handcrafted item made from recycled material.
    (Not to exceed 18” x 18”)
  40. One hand created journaled memory book page.
    (Each page not to exceed 14” x 14”)
  41. Two hand created journaled memory book page(s). (Each page not to exceed 14” x 14”)
  42. One hand made party favor holder empty (Not to exceed 3”x3”x3”)
  43. One handmade scrapbook explosion box.
    (Not to exceed 6”x 6” x 6”)
  44. One handmade gift box for a birthday.
    (No larger than 8”x10”x4” high) New!
  45. One handmade gift tag for a birthday – (No larger than 4”x6”) New!
  46. One pair hand decorated garden gloves, any medium.
  47. One article decorated with sharpie markers.
    (Not to exceed 12” x 12”) New!
  48. Charity Toy – Hand-crafted, any medium. Note: These toys will not be returned to the entrant, but will be
    donated to the Salvation Army Markham Corps.

Special Awards:

Best In Show Markham Guild of Village Crafts – $25.00
Tom Rimmer Memorial
– #4 Markham Guild of Village Crafts – $25.00
Oda Pritzker Award – #23 $25.00
Tim Clark Flowers – #10 Gift Certificate
Babs Robinson Award – Committees Choice
Markham Fair Award – #8 $10.00
Markham Fair Award – #30 $10.00
Hempen Jewellers – #13 Gift
Andrew McCully Financial/ Hollis Wealth – #9 $25.00
Andrew McCully Financial/ Hollis Wealth – #22 $25.00
Andrew McCully Financial/ Hollis Wealth – #34 $25.00
Andrew McCully Financial/ Hollis Wealth – #47 $25.00
Midas/Drml – #1 Gift Certificate For Maintenance Package
The Facial Room – #46 Gift Certificate For One Manicure
The Workshop – Gift – #15
The Workshop – Gift – #41
The Workshop – Gift – #44
The Workshop – Gift – #45
The Harry James Group – #6 $25.00
The Harry James Group – #7 $25.00

The Harry James Group – #26 $25.00

The Harry James Group – #48 $25.00