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115 Sweepstakes, classes 111-114 (do not enter)

HARDANGER Framed works must be properly framed and ready to hang.

118 Piece, 30 in. and under perimeter, not framed

119 Piece, over 30 in. perimeter, but under 72 in.

120 Piece, two yds. or over

121 Table runner or centerpiece, over a 72” perimeter (see rules for classes 111-114)

122 Framed work, 50-200 sq. in. measuring work area

123 Framed work, over 200 sq. in. measuring work area

124 Not otherwise specified (NOS)

125 Sweepstakes, hardanger (do not enter)

SP126: Ingebretsen’s Scandinavian Gifts, Minneapolis, Minn., will award a $25 gift certificate to the winner of hardanger, table runner or centerpiece (class 121).

SP127: St. Paul Needleworker (the St. Paul Chapter of the Embroiders Guild of America) will award a rosette and a new or continuing membership ($55 value) to the hardanger sweepstakes winner (class 125).

SP128: Needlework Guild of Minnesota will award a rosette and a new or continuing membership ($30 value) to the runner-up of hardanger, sweepstakes (class 125).

Creative Activities Rules & Premium Book 2016

CROCHETED, KNITTED OR TATTED, ENTIRE TABLE RUNNER, LUNCH OR DINNER CLOTH

129 Place mats (4), lace entire

130 Lunch cloth, lace entire, over 30 in. but under 72 in.

131 Dinner cloth, filet crochet, entire cloth, two yds. or over

132 Dinner cloth, crochet, entire cloth, fine thread, No. 30 or over, two yds. or over

133 Dinner cloth, crochet, entire cloth, coarse thread, No. 10 or No. 20, two yds. or over

134 Dinner cloth, tatted or knitted, two yds. or over

135 Table runner or centerpiece, lace entire, hand made (see rules for classes 111-114)

136 Sweepstakes, from classes 129-135 (do not enter)

FURNISHINGS Pictures must be properly framed and ready to hang. Picture size is determined by measuring the work area.

Single item only. No doilies, towels, bedroom linen, quilts, aprons or hot pads.

CANVAS WORK (Needlepoint) No plastic canvas.

137 Article of petit point, 30 to 40 count to the inch, no jewelry, no less than 36 sq. in.

138 Article in bargello

139 Christmas stocking

140 Picture, long stitch, framed, 50 sq. in. or smaller

141 Picture, long stitch, framed, 50 sq. in. and larger

142 Picture, framed, 50 sq. in.-120 sq. in

143 Picture, framed, over 120 sq. in.-250 sq. in

144 Picture, framed, over 250 sq. in

145 Pillow

146 Upholstered article (e.g. chair, stool)

147 Wall hanging, not framed, includes bell pulls, minimum 6 in. x 20 in.

(must have sleeve or loops for hanging)

148 Counted specialty stitches on canvas or congress cloth smaller than 80 sq. in.

149 Counted specialty stitches on canvas or congress cloth, 80 sq. in. and larger

150 Canvas item other than listed above

151 Original design, canvas article, smaller than 80 sq. in.

152 Original design, canvas article, 80 sq. in. and larger

153 Religious article

154 Sweepstakes, canvas article (do not enter)

The Needlework Guild of Minnesota will award a rosette and a new or continuing membership certificate ($30 value) to the best entry in the following classes: SP155: Counted specialty stitches on canvas or congress cloth; classes 148 and 149 (combined).

SP156: Canvas items other than listed above (class 150).

SP157: Needlework Unlimited will award a $25 gift certificate to the winner of the canvas article sweepstakes (class 154).

SP158: Minnesota Chapter of the American Needlepoint Guild will award a rosette and new or continuing membership ($52 value) to the other blue ribbon winner of counted specialty stitches, classes 148 and 149 (combined).

3 Kittens Needle Arts, St. Paul, Minn., will award a $25 gift certificate and rosette to the following entries: SP159: Best use of pattern stitches and thread selection in pictures and pillow; classes 140-145 (combined). SP160: Best Christmas stocking; (class 139), with best use of pattern stitches and thread selection.

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EMBROIDERY AND CREWEL Articles to be hand stitched with a threaded needle. Pictures must be properly framed and ready to hang. Picture size is determined by measuring the work area. Single item only. No hardanger.

161 Hand smocked garment, geometric technique

162 Hand smocked garment, picture technique

163 Other hand smocked item, geometric technique

164 Other hand smocked item, picture technique

165 Brazilian embroidery item

166 Traditional Japanese embroidery item

167 Drawn/pulled threadwork

168 Picture, framed, 50 sq. in.-120 sq. in

169 Picture, framed, over 120 sq. in.-250 sq. in

170 Picture, framed, over 250 sq. in

171 Pillow

172 Wall hanging, not framed, includes bell pulls, minimum 6 in. x 20 in.

173 Embroidered item other than listed above

174 Original design, embroidered article

175 Counted thread technique other than counted cross stitch or hardanger

176 Religious article

177 Punch needle

178 Sweepstakes, embroidery (do not enter)

SP179: The Ladyslipper NeedleArts Society will award $25 to the overall winner of hand smocked items, geometric and picture techniques; classes 161-164 (combined).





Needlework Guild of Minnesota will award a rosette and a new or continuing membership certificate ($30 value) to the following:

SP180: Winner of original design, embroidered item (class 174). SP181: Winner of drawn/pulled threadwork (class 167). SP182:

Runner-up, sweepstakes, embroidery (class 178).

SP184: Bear Patch Quilting Co, White Bear Lake, Minn., will award $25 to the winner of embroidered item other than listed above (class 173).

SP185: St. Paul Needleworkers (the St. Paul Chapter of the Embroiderers’ Guild of America), St. Paul, Minn., will award a rosette and a new or continuing membership ($55 value) to the embroidery and crewel sweepstakes winner (class 178).

COUNTED CROSS STITCH Articles to be hand stitched with a threaded needle using a chart. Pictures must be properly framed and ready to hang. Picture size is determined by measuring the work area. No bedroom linens or quilts; no canvas; no hardanger. No stamped cross stitch. No perforated paper. Christmas items in classes 195 and 196 only (no Christmas ornaments).

186 Sampler, cross stitch, backstitch only, framed

187 Sampler, with specialty stitches, framed

188 Piece focusing on lettering, other than a sampler

189 Picture, framed, 25 sq. in.-50 sq. in

190 Picture, framed, over 50 sq. in.-100 sq. in

191 Picture, framed, over 100 sq. in.-200 sq. in

192 Picture, framed, over 200 sq. in

193 Pillow

194 Wall hanging, not framed, includes bell pulls

195 Christmas cross stitch picture, framed

196 Christmas cross stitch item, other than picture

197 Cross stitch picture with beading, buttons, framed

198 Cross stitch item, other than picture

199 Original design, counted cross stitch, attach photo or statement of inspiration............. $8 $6 $4 $2 Ribbon 200 Sweepstakes, counted cross stitch (do not enter)

SP201: The St. Paul Needleworkers (the St. Paul Chapter of the Embroiders’ Guild of America) will award a rosette and a new or continuing membership ($55 value) to the counted cross stitch sweepstakes winner (class 200).

Creative Activities Rules & Premium Book 2016

QUILTING Please read and follow the size, technique, and quilting method requirements for each class. The construction of all quilt tops must be done entirely by the entrant except in classes 215 and 216, but the quilting requirements vary. Be sure to clearly indicate on the entry form if this is your “First Pieced Quilt”, or your “First Appliquéd Quilt” if you want to be eligible for these special awards. (“First” means first ever made, not first entered into the State Fair.) Wall hangings must have hanging sleeve attached. Note: No tied, yo-yo, puff, daisy, folded star, or simulated patchwork accepted. No quilts larger than bed size. All entries must have three layers and be quilted through all layers.

JUDGING FOR QUILTS

Areas of consideration by judge will include: Overall Appearance, Visual Impact, Color and Design, Construction Workmanship, Quilting Design and Workmanship, Settings, Sashings, Borders, Binding, and other Finishing Techniques. Rather than numerical scores, entrants will receive written comments about these areas, plus one overall score. The purpose is so the critiques and comments are helpful both for recognizing your quilting strengths as well as noting areas where you could improve your techniques.

LARGE BED QUILTS Must have a minimum perimeter of 250 in. or greater.

205 Pieced; hand quilted by entrant

206 Pieced; machine quilted by entrant

207 Pieced; hand or machine quilted by someone other than entrant

208 Appliquéd; hand quilted by entrant

209 Appliquéd; machine quilted by entrant

210 Appliquéd; hand or machine quilted by someone other than entrant

211 Mixed techniques (pieced and appliquéd); hand or machine quilted by entrant.......... $32 $20 $16 $6 Ribbon 212 Mixed techniques (pieced and appliquéd); hand or machine quilted by someone other than entrant

213 Special surface design techniques (whole cloth, embroidery, embellishments); hand or machine quilted by entrant

214 Scrap quilt, pieced, appliquéd or mixed, using at least 40 different fabrics; hand or machine quilted by entrant

215 Commemorative quilt, pieced, appliquéd or mixed; hand or machine quilted by entrant or someone else or group

216 Group quilt, pieced, appliquéd or mixed; hand or machine quilted - must be made by at least 3 people

CRIB/YOUTH QUILTS Must have maximum perimeter of 249 in.

217 Crib/youth quilt, pieced and/or appliquéd, hand quilted by entrant

218 Crib/youth quilt, pieced and/or appliquéd, machine quilted by entrant

WALL QUILTS Must have maximum perimeter of 249 in. Must have hanging sleeve attached.

219 Pieced; hand quilted by entrant

220 Pieced; machine quilted by entrant

221 Appliquéd; hand quilted by entrant

222 Appliquéd; machine quilted by entrant

223 Mixed techniques (pieced and appliquéd);

hand or machine quilted by entrant

224 Pieced; machine quilted by someone other than entrant

225 Appliquéd; machine quilted by someone other than entrant

226 Special surface design techniques (whole cloth, embroidery, painting, embellishments); hand or machine quilted by entrant

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OTHER QUILTS

227 Garment, pieced or appliqué; hand or machine quilted by entrant.  MUST BE QUILTED

228 Quilt-on-a-Stick: Must be a rectangle 8 in. wide x 9 in. high, Theme: My Life As A Quilter Any construction method, hand or machine quilted by entrant. Quilt backing must include a centered, vertical sleeve in which a paint stick has been inserted…………………………$32 $20 $16 $6 Ribbon 229 Sweepstakes (classes 205-228). (do not enter).

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Only quilts that won a Sweepstakes prize at the exhibitor’s most recently held county fair are eligible for entry. If the county fair ends after closing date, the quilt will be entered next year in the State Fair. Each county is limited to one entry in this contest.

Quilts entered must be delivered to the Creative Activities Building not later than noon, Friday, Aug. 19.

The entrant must list the name of the quilt on the entry form. The entrant must attach to the entry form a statement from the county fair

secretary or superintendent containing the following information (do not mail or fax separately, attach to the quilt):

This is to certify that the quilt entered in class 230 at the 2016 Minnesota State Fair by _______________ _________ won Sweepstakes prize at the most (Name of person entering quilt) recently held ___________________________

(Name of county fair) __________________________________________

(Signature of secretary or superintendent of the county fair) SP233: The American Swedish Institute, Minneapolis, Minn., will award 2 free ASI Museum passes and a $25 gift certificate for the ASI Museum gift shop for judge's recognition for the entry best celebrating the Quilt exhibition at ASI (lots 205-228 combined).

The Minnesota Quilters will award a rosette and a $100 cash prize to the winner of SP234: Sweepstakes, quilts (class 229) and SP235: Minnesota County Sweepstakes Quilt Contest (class 230). Prize money will be included in the fair check.

The Minnesota Quilters will award a rosette and a $50 cash prize to the winners in four categories: SP236: Best hand appliqué, SP237: Best machine quilting, SP238: Best use of color; SP239: Best quilted garment. Prize money will be included in the fair check.

SP240: The Minnesota Quilters will award a new or continuing membership to first quilt pieced or appliquéd, judge’s choice (first ever made, not first entered at State Fair).

In addition, the Minnesota Quilters offers $20 to each first place winner in classes 205-228 and have matched State Fair premiums for second and third placings in these classes. Prize money is included in the premiums and will be included in the fair check.

SP241: Helen and William Kelley Memorial Award of $100 and a rosette will be awarded to the best overall quilt that was hand quilted by entrant. Prize money will be included in the fair check.

SP242: Minnesota Contemporary Quilters® will award a rosette, a $25 Textile Center of MN gift certificate and a new or continuing membership to the winner of Quilt-on-a-Stick (class 228).

Bear Patch Quilting Company, White Bear Lake, Minn. will award $25 to the winner of the following: SP243: Large bed quilt,

pieced, machine quilted by other (class 207). SP244: Scrap quilt, using at least 40 different fabrics; by entrant (class 214). SP245:



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