- No article can compete as more than one entry; that is, an article can be judged but once.
- All clothing must be laundered and ironed.
- Each exhibit to be judged on workmanship, worth of article, appropriateness of material and design.
Basis for judging household and needlework exhibits:
Plain sewing - Lingerie or aprons to be judged on:
Dressmaking - Simple house dresses, shirtwaist, skirt, simple school dress for girl to be judged on:
Embroidery and Crocheting - Simple designs and edges for trimming to be judged on:
Knitting - to be judged on (machine knits to be judged separately):
Section 1: Clothing
Section 3: Afghans, Quilts, Bedspreads
Section 2: Needlework
Class 1 - Wallhangings
Class 2 - Plastic Canvas
B. Useful Items
Class 4 - Pictures - framed and prepared to hang
A. Counted cross stitch
Section 4: Rugs
Class 1: Braided Class 2: Crochet Class 3: Hooked Class 4: Knotted Class 5: Woven Class 6: Other