Head Steward: Joanne Gordon Ph 67922861
Assistant Steward: Christine Cain Ph 67956128
Entry Fee: Open section $1 -Juniors $0. 50 cents (unless entry in Open Class)
Prize Money: 1st- $5 or Trophy, 2nd-$2. Place cards will be awarded at Judges Discretion. Judges decision is final.
Entries: All exhibits to be delivered to the pavilion on Thursday 25th April 2013 between 9.00am and 10.30am. Entries forwarded by post MUST be firmly packed bearing senders name, address, phone no. and class number. RETURN postage must be prepaid. Exhibits will be repacked and returned after the show. Clearly marked and parceled work may be left at the Show Secretary’s Office from Monday 22rd April 2013
Special Prizes: Champion Exhibits will be awarded in each of the listed sub-sections at the Judges discretion. Other awards will be awarded to selected categories in each class.
1. All exhibits must be the bona fide work of the exhibitor and must not have won first prize at a previous Narrabri Show.
2. NO articles may be entered in more that one class.
3. All articles must be clean and pressed.
4. Each article must be CLEARLY ticketed with exhibitor’s name and class entered &attached face down on the back of the work. It is suggested that fine work which may be damaged by pins, should have a ticket attached by tacking stitch.
5. School Students must register age on entry form.
6. Baby’s layette and small pieces of needlework may be mounted on light cardboard, attached by tacking stitch, but must be able to be overall judged. Any work sealed in plastic must be able to be removed for judging.
7. Exhibits can be collected on Sunday 28rd April between 3pm and 3:30pm. For no reason can work be collected earlier. Any uncollected articles will be left at the secretary’s office for collection on Sunday or Monday between 10am & 2pm.
8. The right is reserved to alter any class entered by exhibitors or to create additional class where warranted, after consultation & agreement between judge and Stewards.
Please note; ALL ENTRIES MUST be accompanied by a completed official entry form & waiver at time of delivery. This is for your own protection. All due care is taken, but no responsibility can be accepted for any article damaged or lost.
Lisa Dee’s, Phillip & Helen Smith, Cotton Country Quilters, Embroiders Guild, Narrabri Show Needlework Stewards, Narrabri Show Ladies Auxiliary, and the Family of the late Noelene Kneller.
– 60years and over (work must have been completed at age 60 or over).
1. Article of Crochet – any medium
2. Article of Knitting – any medium
3. Article of sewing – any medium
4. Article of Embroidery
5. Longstitch or Article on Canvas
6. Small household item of Item not mentioned – any medium.
7. Article of Patchwork, Applique or Quilting
8. Any Article created by person over 80years.
9. Article of Traditional Embroidery
10. Article of Creative Embroidery
11. Article of Cross Stitch
12. Article of Cross Stitch – novice
13. Article of Counted Threadwork
14. Longstitch or Canvas work
15. Article featuring Wool or Ribbon Embroidery
16. Article of Embroidery not mentioned
Crochet or Knitting
17. Article of Crochet – 8ply or over any medium
18. Article of Crochet – less than 8ply any medium
19. Article of Knitting – 8ply or over any medium
20. Article of Knitting – less than 8ply any medium
21. Knitted or crochet Household or novelty Item
22. Any other article featuring Crochet, Knitting, Tatting, Lacemaking not mentioned
Patchwork, Applique and Quilting
23. Article of Hand Sewn Patchwork, Applique or Quilting
24. Article of Machine Sewn Patchwork, Applique or Quilting
25. Article of Patchwork, Applique or Quilting – novice
26. Patchwork/Applique Wall Hanging
27. Patchwork/Applique Quilt – Lap or cot size
28. Patchwork/Applique Quilt – Hand Quilted By Exhibitor
29. Patchwork/Applique Quilt – Machine Quilted by Exhibitor
30. Patchwork/Applique Quilt – Commercially Quilted
31. Group or Friendship Quilt
32. Patchwork/Applique Household Item or Item not mentioned
33. Garment suitable for After Five Wear
34. Any Ladies Garment or Outfit
35. Most Creative Garment featuring Creative technique eg Applique, Patchwork or Embroidery
36. Article featuring Heirloom Sewing Technique
37. Child’s Clothing – 0 to 6 years
38. Youth’s Clothing – 7 to 16 years
39. Item or Garment suitable for Men
40. Most attractive Sleepwear
41. Household or Novelty Item
42. Any item of Sewing not mentioned
43. Any item created by a preschool person
44. Item of Embroidery, Cross Stitch or Longstitch
45. Garment Sewn by Machine or Hand
46. Article featuring Patchwork, Quilting or Applique
47. Any other item or Garment not mentioned
High School and/or 18years or under
(Including work completed during HSC)
48. Item of Embroidery, Cross Stitch or Longstitch
49. Garment Sewn by machine or Hand
50. Article featuring Patchwork, Quilting or Applique
51. Any other Item or Garment not mentioned
Special Section – Recycled Shopping Bag
Class no. 101 – entry fee $2
Create a ‘bag’ using pre-loved fabrics or garments.
Be at your most creative there is no limit to your imagination. No restrictions on embellishments. Prize awarded for most popular by public choice.