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Entries for 2021 are now closed – see you at the Show!

Welcome to the Handicraft section for 2021

SECTION SECRETARY

Miss Heather Harrison,

32 Lyttleton Crescent,

Penistone.

S36 6BX.

Email: handicraft.secretary@penistoneshow.com

General
Closing date: 8th September 2021
Prize giving: Gates are closed at 9.00am prompt.

Exhibits can be brought on Friday10th September between 3 & 6pm

Judging commences 9.30am: All exhibits to be staged by 9.15am

CLASS CARDS WILL BE AVAILABLE ON SHOW DAY. If you would like one in advance, please send an SAE to the Section Secretary.

Sponsors: The Frank Wagstaffe Perpetual Trophy for Best Exhibit in Classes 1, 8, 10, 14 and 15

Solid Silver Cup presented by the Ingbirchworth Women’s Institute for the Outstanding Exhibit in the Children’s section.

Teenage Tankard for the most outstanding exhibit in the Teenage Classes for the Outstanding Exhibit in the Children’s section.

The Stanley Senior Shield (perpetual) to be awarded to the Best Exhibit in the Open Classes.

The Parker Memorial Trophy to winner of Class 21.

The Alphabet Cup donated by S J Summerfield for the Best Exhibit in the Pre-School Classes.

The Penistone Grammar School Trophy to be awarded to the Best Exhibit in the Teenage Classes.

Thank you to Nicholson Roberts for their generous sponsorship

Information & Guidance

In all classes:

The Judge’s decision is final

No exhibit to be removed before 5.00pm – this rule is strictly enforced

The committee is not responsible for exhibitor’s property, but every care will be taken. Class cards must be attached to the exhibits.

All exhibits in the Handicraft section must be the bona fide work of the exhibitor and not have been exhibited at The Penistone Show before. Exhibitors must not sell goods for business purposes (no labelling or business cards)

Exhibitors will not be allowed to sell their exhibits inside the marquee, this rule will be strictly enforced.  Please collect your exhibits after 5pm and before 6pm.

Handicraft Open Classes
Judges: Mrs F Langford, Huddersfield

Classes

1 – Canvas Work – Long Stitch, Tapestry and Needlepoint, counted thread/cross-stitch

2 – Greeting Card (any design, material or technique)

3 – Any article in handmade Lace or Crochet

4 – Patchwork and Quilting

5 – Cushion or pin cushion (any design, material or technique)

6 – Hand Knitted Garments – Adult or Child’s

7 – Soft Toys (knitted or fabric)

8 – Embroidered Picture

9 – Full Kitchen Apron

10 – A Door Stop (Any Medium)

Information & Guidance
Entry Fee: FREE

PLEASE NOTE: for classes 1 please state size on entry form.

Over 60 Years Of Age
Judges: Mrs F Langford, Huddersfield

Classes

11 – Any Handicraft, Soft material

12 – Any Handicraft, Hard material

13 – Picture, Any Media

14 – Wooden Toy

15 – Hand Crafted Christmas Tree Decoration (Any Material)

Information & Guidance
Entry Fee: FREE
Light Crafts Open Classes
Judges: Mr & Mrs Long, York

Classes

16 – Picture Any Media, Not Classified: Paint, charcoal and pastel, print, mixed media, pencil

17 – Oil Painting

18 – Water Colour or Water Based Paint

19 – Black & White Picture, sketch or hand drawing (including charcoal, pencil or pastel)

20 – Woodwork including carving

21 – Jewellery – Including bead work, ornaments and silver-smithing

22 – Handmade bunting

23 – Paper Craft Birthday Card

24 – Cane or Basket Work (including Corn Dollies)

25 – Handmade Pottery

Information & Guidance
Entry Fee: FREE
Children's Class - Pre-School
Judges: To be confirmed

Classes

26 – Picture any media (please state size, not exceeding 45cm x 30cm)

27 – Decorated paper plate (Any Material)

28 – 4 Decorated eggs (to the theme: Animals)

29 – A model of a sheep (Any Material)

30 – Painted Stone

31 – Fruit and/or Vegetable Sports Person

Information & Guidance
Entry Fee: FREE

Exhibitors to be under 5 years of age on day of show

Age to be stated on entry form

Children's Class - Infants
Judges: To be confirmed

Classes

32 – Picture any media (not exceeding 45cm x 30cm)

33 – Miniature Model Scarecrow (not exceeding 50cm x 50cm)

34 – Model animal (any media)

35 – Miniature Garden (not exceeding 50cm x 50cm)

36 – Fruit and / or Vegetable Sports Person

37 – Shoe Box- Olympic Scene (Children’s Shoebox ONLY)

Information & Guidance
Entry Fee: FREE

Exhibitors to be aged 5 and under 8 years of years of age on day of show

Age to be stated on entry form

Children's Class - Juniors
Judges: To be confirmed

Classes

38 – Picture any media (not exceeding 45cm x 30cm)

39 – Any handicraft, hard material

40 – Any handicraft, soft material

41 – A piece of Handwriting Extract to be copied (See Information and Guidance for a copy of the extract to be copied)

42 – Fruit and / or Vegetable Sports Person

43 – Cardboard box Olympic scene (not exceeding 50cm x 50cm)

Information & Guidance
Entry Fee: FREE

Exhibitors to be aged 8 and under 12 years of years of age on day of show

Age to be stated on entry form

CLASS 41 – HANDWRITING TO BE COPIED – FACTS ABOUT THE OLYMPIC RINGS

  • The Olympic Rings are a symbol of the Olympic Games.
  • The Olympic Rings consist of five interlocking rings- three on the top and two on the bottom.
  • The five rings represent five continents in the Olympics- Africa, America, Asia, Australia, and Europe.
  • The rings interlocking signifies the meeting of the athletes from the five continents.
  • The colours of the rings are blue, yellow, black, green and red.
  • Every country that participates in the Olympics has one of the five colours in their flag.
Children's Class - Teenagers
Judges: To be confirmed

Classes

44 – Picture any media (not exceeding 45cm x 30cm)

45 – Any handicraft, hard material

46 – Any handicraft, soft material

47 – Pair of Tie Dye socks

48 – Soft Toy (knitted or fabric)

49 – Olympic scene on a Biscuit tin lid

50 – Olympic Sports team Peg doll /s (Maximum 6 pegs)

Information & Guidance
Entry Fee: FREE

Exhibitors to be aged 12 and under 16 years of years of age on day of show

Age to be stated on entry form