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1 Fashion Revue The 4-H Fashion Revue program gives 4-H members the opportunity to; Develop skills in planning, selecting and constructing garments that meet high quality standards and are appropriate for the occasion for which they are constructed Exhibit the ability to learn specific techniques and knowledge in the areas of design and construction Obtain mastery in the following general skills through product/project development: Structural Design: Construction technique, size, form, color and texture suited to the materials and product end use. Elements of Design: The finished product illustrates the member is mastering the basic elements of design - lines, shapes or forms, textures, colors, and space. Principles of Design: The finished product illustrates an understanding and application of the principles of harmony, proportion, balance, rhythm and emphasis adding dimension, interest and/or appeal to the finished product. Decorative Design: Any lines, shapes, colors, textures, or materials applied to structural design that creates an emotional or personal quality, individuality and creative expression without disturbing initial/end purpose. Select suitable accessories Develop and practice good grooming habits and posture Build self-confidence Guidelines: 1. Garment must be constructed by the 4-H member 2. Any garment constructed during previous years and entered in a prior Fashion Revue Competition is not eligible. 3. Items constructed for the immediate previous year s fair are eligible, provided the member is still in the same level, based on age on January 1 of the current year. 4. Refer to 4-H Fabrics & Fashions Leader s Guide for beginning level patterns and suggested techniques 5. Project Resources Go to Family and Consumer Sciences for guidance for some of the new projects. These resources will better define multimedia, storyboard, portfolio, scientific and service learning models, leadership, historical/cultural significance, etc. 6. Use commercial patterns for any item that does not indicate that pattern/instructions are provided *There have been SIGNIFICANT changes made to the Oklahoma 4-H Fashions & Fabrics section, which were inaugurated at the 2014 county fair and state fair. The class guidelines below reflect the new 4-H Fashions & Fabrics classes that will be offered. If you have any questions or need clarification, please contact the Comanche County Extension Office. Cloverbud Classes (5-8 years of age) 1. Hot Pad/Pot Holder (any shape, any size) 2. No-sew item (pillow, scarf, blanket, etc.) made from polar fleece

2 4-H Member Classes (9-19 years of age) Apparel Design & Construction (ADC) Level 1 (Ages 9-10) Project must have at least 2 of the skills required for the ADC level 1 project work. 01. Simple Tops (shirt, tank top, t-shirt, vest, poncho, any other similar item not stated) 02. Simple Bottoms (shorts, capris, pants, skirts, any other similar item not stated) 03. Non-human Apparel (doll clothes, pet or livestock garment, any other similar item not stated) 04. Sewn Fashion Accessory (sewn hats, scarves, bag, wallet, string-pack or textile based jewelry, any other similar item not stated) 05. Yarn/Thread Fashion Accessory (knitted/crocheted hats, scarves, bag, wallet, string-pack, or textile based jewelry, any other similar item not stated) 06. Costume (Halloween, holiday, costumes for human and non-humans, any other similar item not stated) 07. Apparel Design Portfolio: 2-4 pages to include pictures of things made, inspirations of things to make, design ideas, sketches, sample notebook pages, any other similar item not stated. Level 2 (Ages 11-12) Project must have at least 2 of the skills required for the ADC level 2 project work. 08. One piece garment with facing (robe, jacket, dress, jumpsuit, shooting vest, any other similar item not stated) 09. Simple Bottom with pocket and/or waistband or facing (shorts, capris, pants, skirts, any other similar item not stated) 10. Two piece garment (top and bottom, jacket/vest with bottom/dress, PJ s, any other similar set of items, not stated ) 11. Non-human Apparel (doll clothes, pet or livestock garment, any other similar item not stated) 12. Sewn Fashion Accessory (sewn hats, scarves, bag, wallet, string-pack, or textile based jewelry, any other similar item not stated) 13. Yarn/Thread Fashion Accessory (knitted/crocheted hats, scarves, bag, wallet, string-pack, or textile based jewelry, any other similar item not stated) 14. Costumes (Halloween and holiday; including human and non-human items, any other similar item not stated) 15. Apparel Design Project Portfolio: 4-8 pages to include pictures of things made, inspirations of things to make, design ideas, sketches, sample notebook pages, any other similar item not stated. Level 3 (Ages 13-14) Project must have at least 2 of the skills required for the ADC level 3 project work. 16. Blouse/Shirt with sleeves and closure (set-in, flat inset, cap, raglan, or kimono, any other similar item not stated) 17. Bottom with zipper and/or pocket (shorts, capris, pants, skirts, any other similar item not stated) 18. Two piece garment (coordinating top and bottom, jacket/vest with bottom/dress, PJ s, uniform, any other similar item not stated) 19. One piece garment with buttonholes and/or zipper (shirt, blouse, robe, jacket, vest, dress, jumpsuit, costume, uniform, any other similar item not stated) 20. Sewn Fashion Accessory with closure/fastener and seams. 21. Yarn/Thread Fashion Accessory (knitted, crocheted, tatted, any other similar item not stated) 22. Costume human or non-human (dance, pageant, holiday, theatrical, reenactment/period/living history garments or any other similar item not stated) 23. Redesigned Original Apparel with before and after pictures and a written description of the design and construction process the member chose and why.

3 Level 4 (Ages 15 and up) Project must have at least 2 of the skills required for the ADC level 4 project work. 24. One piece lined or unlined, garment (pants, skirt, coat, jacket, dress, jumpsuit, uniform, formalwear, any other similar item not stated) 25. Unlined two piece ensemble/coordinate 26. Lined Two piece ensemble /coordinate (coat/jacket/vest, dress, suit, any other similar item not stated) 27. Apparel Design Story Board Include suitable fabric and trim swatch options w/care instructions, sketches of front and back view, accessorizes, intended consumer, construction cost. Exhibit may consist of a multimedia presentation, notebook or story board (matte or foam core board 20 x 15 ) with above items and a description of what was learned. 28. Fashion Accessory or Garment designed for Special Needs. Special Needs being the individual requirements of a person with a mental, emotional, physical disability or disease. Include a description of whom it was made for, why the need, any special adaptations per the individuals request and any other pertinent information supporting the finished product. 29. Costume human or non-human - Dance, theatrical, holiday, period or reenactment design with historical or cultural significance. Exhibit must include a description of how the design was inspired or derived, where and when it is being used and any other pertinent information supporting the finished product. 30. Apparel Design Creative Component Frugal Fashion : Assemble a complete ensemble aquired at a thrift store/garage sale/similar source. Exhibit will include the garment and accessories, a picture of the garment being modeled by the person it was purchased for and an itemized price list for the complete look. Interior Design & Construction - (IDC) Level 1 (Ages 9-10) Project must have at least 2 of the skills required for the IDC level 1 project work. 31. Home Accent Bath: caddy; rug; or cover (example of covers - tissue, toilet, TP) decorative towel; simple curtain; trash can, any other similar item not stated) 32. Home Accent Bedroom: pillow case, pillow, simple blanket, trash can, padded hanger, bulletin board, rug, any other similar item not stated 33. Bags: laundry, jewelry, cosmetic, book/electronic cover, any other similar item not stated 34. Home Accent Storage: bucket caddy, hanging storage unit, under-bed storage, basket liners, storage box, locker storage, scrapbook cover, any other similar item not stated 35. Seasonal Décor: table runner, wall hanging, centerpiece, decoration, any other similar item not stated (Do not include any item which would fit under HTDC) 36. Interior Design Project Portfolio 2-4 pages to include pictures of things made, inspirations of things to make, design ideas, sketches, and/or sample notebook pages. Level 2 (Ages 11-12) Project must have at least 2 of the skills required for the IDC level 2 project work. 37. Home Accent Kitchen food caddy/warmer, appliance cover, message center/board, simple curtains, table cloth, simple table runner, hand/dish towel, potholders, hot pad, apron, lunch bag, placemat and napkins, any other similar item not stated 38. Home Accent Bedroom: two pillow cases, two coordinating pillows, two decorated towels or any combination of a washcloth, hand towel and bath towel, blanket with binding, lamp shade, lap desk, rug, painted floor cloth, any other similar item not stated 39. Bags: laundry, jewelry, cosmetic, book/electronic/computer cover, garment bag, any other similar item not stated 40. Home Accent Storage: bucket caddy, hanging storage unit, under-bed storage, basket liners, storage box, scrapbook cover, any other similar item not stated

4 41. Seasonal Décor: table runner, wall hanging, centerpiece, decoration, any other similar item not stated (Do not include any item which would fit under HTDC) 42. Interior Design Project Portfolio 4-8 pages to include pictures of things made, inspirations of things to make, design ideas, sketches, sample notebook pages, any other similar item not stated) Level 3 (Ages 13-14) Project must have at least 2 of the skills required for the IDC level 3 project work. 43. Home Accent Living room- slipcovers, lined curtains/drapes/shades, pillows, lap throw, remote caddy, ottoman, lamp shade, fireplace mantel scarf, doily, any other similar item not stated 44. Home Accent Bedroom: any combination of two coordinating items - bedspread, dust ruffle, pillow sham(s), lined curtains/drapes/shades, dresser scarf, hanging storage unit, under bed storage, garment bag, doily, any other similar item not stated 45. Recycled/Upcycled Furniture painted, stained, refinished, decoupage, tiled or upholstered furniture, any other similar item not stated 46. Special Needs Accessory Special Needs being the individual requirements of a person with a mental, emotional, physical disability or disease. A functional item with a description of who it was made for, why the need, any special adaptations per the individuals request and any other pertinent information supporting the finished product. 47. Seasonal Décor: table runner, wall hanging, centerpiece, decoration, any other similar item not stated (Do not include any item which would fit under HTDC) 48. Interior Design Creative Component Science : Illustrates a science experiment related to interior design. Might include the comparison of energy use/options for the home, lighting, water efficient processes or products, sun or landscaping to heat or cool homes, any other similar item not stated. Exhibit will consist of a multimedia presentation or notebook which narrates and illustrates (pictures) of the members science experiment using a recognized model of scientific discovery. 49. Interior Design Project Portfolio 8-12 pages to include pictures of things made, inspirations of things to make, design ideas, sketches, and/or sample notebook pages. Level 4 (Ages 15 and up) Project must have at least 2 of the skills required for the IDC level 4 categories. 50. Home Accent Outdoors picnic accessories, curtains, cushions, shades, placemat and napkins, utensil/condiment caddy, insulated carrier, any other similar item not stated 51. Design Story Board For an Ultimate/Ideal Room. Include color scheme, wall treatment, floor treatment, floor plan, etc. Exhibit will consist of a multimedia presentation, notebook or story board (matte or foam core board 20 x 15 ) with above items and a description of what was learned. Project will include but not limited to pictures, samples, diagrams, drawings, narration, cost comparison of supplies, optional floor arrangements and budget/cost for project. 52. Recycled/Upcycled Furniture painted, stained, refinished, decoupage, tiled and/or upholstered furniture 53. Interior Design Creative Component Science : Illustrates a science experiment related to interior design. Might include the comparison of comparison of energy use/options for the home, water efficient processes or products, sun or landscaping to hear or cool homes, furniture/cabinet design, any other similar item not stated. Exhibit will consist of a multimedia presentation or notebook which narrates and illustrates (pictures) of the members science experiment using a recognized model of scientific discovery. 54. Seasonal Décor: table runner, wall hanging, centerpiece, decoration, any other similar item not stated (Do not include any item which would fit under HTDC) 55. Interior Design Creative Component Citizenship: Develop and implement a service-learning project which meets an identified need in the community or for an individual. Must be related to Interior Design and Construction. Exhibit will consist of a multimedia presentation or notebook which narrates and illustrates (pictures) of the members experience in each phase of the service learning model.

5 56. Interior Design Project Portfolio 12 or more pages to include pictures of things made, inspirations of things to make, design ideas, sketches, and/or sample notebook pages. Hobbies/Textile Design and Construction - (HTDC) Level 1 (Ages 9-10) Project must have at least 2 of the skills required for the HTDC level 1 project work. 57. Simple Sewn Stuffed animal, doll or puppet 58. Decorative Textile Technique: T-shirt, apron, accessory, wall-hanging or pillow decorated with paint and/or dye. The foundation piece can be ready-made. Focus is on creativity and use/mastery of the decorative textile technique. 59. Textile Fabric Creation: Simple weaving (beading or textile), latch-hook, braiding, macramé, knitting, crochet, felting or basket weaving. Judged on the creativity and finished textile. Textile defined as any woven, looped or felted thread or fibers. Finished product no larger than 16 x 16. Edge should be appropriately finished or the piece can be mounted/framed. 60. Needle Art by Hand: Simple stamped cross-stitch or embroidery, counted cross-stitch, needlepoint or crewel embroidery applied to towel, pillowcase or small decorative item. 61. Hand Pieced or Appliquéd Block no larger than 16 X 16. Edges should be finished or the piece can be framed. No quilting on the finished piece. 62. Needle Art by Machine: Simple embroidery, cross stitch/decorative stitches or applique applied to towel, pillowcase or small decorative item. 63. Machine Pieced or Appliquéd Block no larger than 16 X 16. Edged should be finished or the piece framed. No quilting on the finished piece. 64. Repurposed Textile Creation: Item made from repurposed or non-traditional textile material which can be worn/carried or used in the home. Level 2 (Ages 11-12) Project must have at least 2 of the skills required for the HTDC level 2 project work. 65. Stuffed animal, doll or puppet with hand and machine stitching. 66. Decorative Textile Technique: Clothing, accessory, wall-hanging, or pillow decorated with paint, dye and/or printing. The foundation piece can be ready-made. Focus is on the mastery of a decorative textile technique. Judged on the creativity and use of the decorative textile technique. 67. Textile Fabric Creation: Weaving (beading or textile), latch-hook, braiding, macramé, knitting, crochet, felting, needle punch, basket weaving and/or a combination of these techniques to create a textile. Judged on the creativity and finished textile fabric produced. Edge should be appropriately finished or the piece can be mounted/framed. 68. Needle Art by Hand: Hand embroidery, cross-stitch, counted cross-stitch, needlepoint or crewel embroidery, needle punch or smocking applied to garment, home accessory or as a finished picture. 69. Hand Pieced or Appliquéd Item no larger than 16 X 16. Edges should be finished or the piece can be framed. No quilting on the finished piece. 70. Needle Art by Machine: embroidery, cross stitch/decorative stitches, or applique applied to garment, home accessory or picture. 71. Machine Pieced or Appliquéd Item No quilting on the finished piece. 72. Repurposed Textile Creation: Item made from repurposed or non-traditional textile material which can be worn/carried or used in the home. 73. Textile Design Portfolio 2-4 pages to include pictures of things made, inspirations of things to make, design ideas, sketches and/or sample notebook pages, any other similar item not stated Level 3 (Ages 13-14) Project must have at least 2 of the skills required for the HTDC level 3 project work. 74. Stuffed animal, doll or puppet with multiple hand and machine sewing techniques (i.e. facial features, hair, movable parts, fake fur, clothing, any other similar item not stated)

6 75. Decorative Textile Technique: Fashion or home accessory, clothing or wall décor using two or more decorative textile techniques. Judged on the creativity and mastery of the decorative textile technique. 76. Textile Fabric Creation: Weaving, braiding, knitting, crochet, felting, hand spinning, cotton linter, tatting, any other similar item not stated and/or a combination of these techniques to make an original fabric/trim. Fabric and/or trim must be made into a finished product. Judged on creativity and finished product. 77. Needle Art by Hand: Hand embroidery: floss, yarn (crewel) or ribbon, counted cross-stitch, needlepoint, needle punch, smocking, Trapunto quilting applied to garment/accessory, home accessory, picture, wall hanging or blanket/quilt. 78. Hand Pieced and/or Appliquéd Item finished with Hand quilting. 79. Needle Art by Machine: Original free motion or modified commercial embroidery design, cross stitch/decorative stitches, Trapunto quilting or applique applied to garment/accessory, home accessory, picture, wall hanging or blanket/quilt. 80. Machine Pieced and/or Appliquéd Item finished with Machine Quilting. Quilting must be done by the exhibitor. 81. Repurposed Textile Creation: Item made from repurposed or any non-traditional textile product which can be worn, used in the home, school, office, any other similar item not stated. 82. Textile Design Creative Component Leadership : Develop and present a lesson to teach an Apparel, Interior or Hobbies Design and Construction workshop. Exhibit will consist of a multimedia presentation or notebook that includes documentation of workshop - lesson plan, handouts, photo s, program, digital presentation, etc. Level 4 (Ages 15 and up) Project must have at least 2 of the skills required for the HTDC level 4 project work. 83. Stuffed animal, doll or puppet with multiple hand and machine sewing techniques (i.e. facial features, hair, movable parts, fake fur, clothing or any other similar item not stated). 84. Decorative Textile Technique: Fashion or home accessory, clothing or wall décor using two or more decorative textile techniques. Judged on the creativity and mastery of the decorative textile technique. 85. Textile Fabric Creation: Two or more textile design techniques used to create an original fabric. Fabric and/or trim must be made in to a finished product. Judged on the creativity and finished product. 86. Needle Art by Hand: Hand embroidery: floss, yarn (crewel) or ribbon, counted cross-stitch, needlepoint needle punch or unspecified hand technique applied to garment/accessory, home accessory, picture, wall hanging or blanket/quilt. 87. Hand Pieced and/or Appliquéd Item using a design with historical or cultural significance. Exhibit should include a description of the culture/history of the design. Exhibit must include a description of how the design was inspired or derived; where and when it is being used and any other pertinent information supporting the finished product. 88. Needle Art by Machine: Free motion embroidery and/or original cross stitch/decorative stitches or applique applied to garment/accessory, home accessory, picture, wall hanging, blanket/quilt or any other similar item not stated 89. Machine Pieced and/or Appliquéd Item using a design with historical or cultural significance. Exhibit should include a description of the culture/history of the design. Exhibit must include a description of how the design was inspired or derived, where and when it is being used, and any other pertinent information supporting the finished product. 90. Repurposed Textile Creation: Item made from repurposed or non-traditional textile which can be worn, used in the home, school, office, car or any other similar item not stated 91. Textile Design Creative Components Career : Explore a career by identifying education needed, plan of study, pre-workforce preparation, education cost analysis, salaries, any other similar item not stated Exhibit will consist of a multimedia presentation or notebook including but not limited to the items stated.

7 2016 Fashion Revue Classes *The following classes are the Fashion Revue classes from previous years. If a 4-H member entered a Fashions & Fabrics item in the last county fair, but has not entered that item in the county 4-H Fashion Revue, they may enter it in one of the following classes. If you have created or completed an item since the fair and are entering it for the first time, please use the classes in the first section, so you can enter it in the next Comanche County Free Fair. Please note that the classes listed in this section will NOT be eligible to be entered in the upcoming 2014 Comanche County Free Fair, unless they are suitable for one of the new classes in the 4-H Fabrics and Fashions section. Cloverbud (Ages 5-9) 3. Hot Pad/Pot Holder (any shape, any size) 4. No-sew item (pillow, scarf, blanket, etc.) made from polar fleece Beginning Level (Ages 9-11) 1. Pillowcase (1) (Pattern/instructions provided) 2. Laundry Bag (Pattern/instructions provided) 3. Chef or Work Apron (Pattern/instructions provided) 4. Tote Bag (Pattern/instructions provided) 5. Skirt with full elastic waist or mock elastic waist (elastic casing in the back) 6. Shorts with full elastic waist or mock elastic waist (elastic casing in the back) 7. Simple two-piece active sportswear (no collars, no set-in sleeves) 8. Simple curtains 9. Item or Simple garment made of polar fleece 10. Beginning Poster: Must be on 14" x 22" poster board. Use one of the following themes: 1. Label the parts of a sewing machine. 2. Illustrate and label up to 10 items needed in a basic sewing kit. No 3-dimensional posters. Intermediate Level (Ages 12-14) 11. Bath Robe 12. Pull-on top and coordinating bottom with elastic waist (shorts, pants or skirt) 13. Blanket with binding (can be for human or animal) 14. Shorts, Pants, Skirt or Culottes with waistband 15. Item made of Polar Fleece (One or more sewing techniques from beginner or intermediate level sample notebook must be used. It is recommended to attach a 3 x 5 card indicating technique) Examples include hats, simple ponchos, and mitts 16. One-piece garment (dress, jumpsuit, jacket, shirt, etc.) using one or more of the techniques from the Intermediate Level Sample Notebook. It is recommended to attach a 3" x 5" card indicating techniques used. 17. Two-piece garment using one or more of the techniques from the Intermediate Level Sample Notebook. It is recommended to attach a 3" x 5" card indicating techniques used. 18. Any non-clothing item using one or more of the techniques from the Intermediate Level Sample Notebook. It is recommended to attach a 3" x 5" card indicating techniques used. 19. Intermediate Poster - Must be on 14" x 22" poster board. Use one of the following themes: 1. Cost comparison of ready-made and home-sewn garment similar in fabric and design; 2. Show a pattern and 3 samples of appropriate fabrics. Tell why fabric is appropriate on attached sheet of plain paper; 3. Five samples of fabric weaves with fiber content to include knit, plain weave, satin weave, twill weave, and a nonwoven fabric. No three-dimensional posters.

8 Advanced Level (Ages 15-19) 20. Item made with Polar Fleece (One or more sewing techniques from intermediate or advanced level sample notebook must be used. It is recommended to attach a 3 x 5 card indicating technique) Examples include jackets, coats, and hooded garments. 21. Two-piece ensemble using one or more of the techniques from the Advanced Sample Notebook. It is recommended to attach a 3"x 5" card indicating techniques used. 22. Lined skirt, pants, or jacket 23. Unlined Garment 24. Coat - lined or unlined 25. Lined suit or dress 26. Special occasion garment - i.e. prom dress, English riding habit, etc. 27. Educational Display - Must be free standing with sides attached and fit 3'x3' (width x depth) space. Commercially available Science Fair Presentation Boards are encouraged. Select one of the following: 1. Report of project involving clothing for a special situation (i.e. pesticides, industrial, protective), 2. Self determined, such as a report on handicapped and/or elderly specialized clothing. Must emphasize construction, usability, practicality and need. Fun Items Beginning Level (Ages 9-11) 28. Fun Item - decorated ready-made shirt using fusible web, fabric scraps, trims or buttons. Paints, if used, must be used with one or more of the above. No commercial iron-on transfers. 29. Fun Item - potholder or hot mat 30. Beginning Sample Notebook - may be entered all years but 3 new samples must be added each year. Samples must be attached to sample cards available from Extension Office. Note project year the sample was made in upper right hand corner of card. 1. Three seam finishes-edge stitched, pinked and edge stitched, zigzag 2. Button with thread shank and button with shank 3. Snap and hook and eye samples 4. Hem samples - machine top-stitch hem, catch stitch 5. Three basting samples - hand even, hand uneven, machine basting 6. Two decorative stitches - machine decorative stitch (your choice), cross stitch 7. Elastic casing sample 8. Interfacing samples - non-woven, woven, and fusible 9. Facing sample - grade, under stitch and clip Intermediate Level (ages 12-14) 31. Fun Item - Recycled garment (exhibit must include before picture and a cost sheet attached) 32. Fun Item - Decorate a garment using one or more of the following techniques: machine decorative stitches, flat braid, sew-on appliqués, hand embroidery or other technique. Must include at least one sewn technique. Attach a 3"x 5" card indicating technique used. 33. Fun Item - Sewn item related to another project. Attach a 3"x 5" card indicating project. 34. Intermediate Sample Notebook - may be entered in all years. Notebook must include samples from beginning level and 3 new samples must be added each year. Samples must be attached to sample cards available from Extension Offices. Note project year the sample was made in upper right hand corner of card. 10. Three seam finish samples - serged or hairline; french seam; clean finish 11. Buttonhole and button - covered button; machine buttonhole with button 12. Two zipper samples - centered: lapped 13. Hem samples - machine blind hem stitch and hand blind hem stitch 14. Matching stripe or plaid - horizontal match and one-way design fabric match 15. Pleats - box and knife 16. Dart samples - straight, curved, and double pointed darts 17. Waistband sample 18. Three Decorative Techniques: One of the following - flat braid, bias trim, rickrack, one decorative machine stitch; hand embroidery sample.

9 Advanced Level (ages 15-19) 35. Fun Item - Two pieces of travel accessories such as jewelry case, shaving bag, etc. 36. Fun Item - Garment constructed from another textile product such as a blanket, towel, sheet. 37. Fun Item - Recycled item (exhibit must include before picture & cost sheet attached) 38. Fun Item - Embellished garment 39. Sample Notebook - May be entered all years. Notebook must have all samples from beginning and intermediate levels and 3 new samples must be added each year. Must be attached to sample cards available from extension office. Note project year the sample was made in upper right hand corner of card. 19. Three seam finishes - Hong Kong, mock flat-fell, and stretch 20. Bound buttonhole and button 21. Covered snap and hook and eye 22. Hand picked zipper sample 23. Mock fly zipper sample 24. Three hem samples - rolled hem, Hong Kong with blind hem stitch and mitered corner in hem 25. Matching a stripe or plaid in chevron pattern 26. Two lace applications - as a hem edge and as an insertion into fabric 27. Three decorative techniques - 1. Select one of the following: piping, bias trim, bead edging, sequin strip; 2. machine appliqué; 3. picot edging 28. Quick sewing techniques - button sewn by machine and stitch in the ditch 29. Cuff attached in one step Miscellaneous Item only use this class if the item will not fit in any of the listed classes. These items will NOT be eligible for entry in the Fabrics and Fashions section of the 2014 Comanche County Free Fair. These classes are solely offered to exhibit unique, personal educational projects. Classes CB Cloverbud Miscellaneous Item (5-8 year olds) 100 Level 1 Michellaneous Item (9-10 year olds) 200 Level 2 Miscellaneous Item (11-12 year olds) 300 Level 3 Miscellaneous Item (13-14 year olds) 400 Level 6 Miscellaneous Item (15 year olds & older)

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