Needlework, Dept. 24

Needlework



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2024 Entry Instructions

ONLINE ENTRY IS PREFERRED. To be an Exhibitor, click on the Online Entry link and follow the instructions. The alternate way to enter is to print out the offline entry form, fill it out, and mail it in according to the deadline outlined on the form and on the Entry Deadlines and Delivery Schedule page. (Please contact your Department if you are unable to print the entry form.)

Rules

  1. Only 1 article may be exhibited in each letter/number/letter designation in a category by an exhibitor, and all articles exhibited must be made by that exhibitor.
  2. Professionals are welcome to exhibit in categories other than those in which they earn a living.
  3. No article previously exhibited at the Durham Fair can compete again for prizes.
  4. Soiled and dirty articles will not be accepted.
  5. All pictures and wall hangings must be equipped for hanging.
  6. It is recommended that wall hangings be washed, pressed and/or stretched.
  7. Heirloom sewing is considered to be sewing that incorporates lace and or embroidered insertions and edgings.
  8. Quilting must be done by exhibitor.
  9. All exhibits must remain on display until close of the Fair at 6 PM on Sun. Exhibits may be picked up from 6 to 7:30 PM on Sun., or from 4 to 7 PM on Mon. following the Fair.
  10. All items must be completed within the last 3 years.
  11. After the Storm Art Bra has specific rules and entry requirements.
    View After the Storm rules here

Judging

Review the Judging Criteria to see both overall review standards, as well as criteria specific to the various categories.

Awards:

  • First Place: Blue Ribbon
  • Second Place: Red Ribbon
  • Third Place: Yellow Ribbon
  • Honorable Mention: Light Blue Ribbon
  • Special Ribbon: Above and beyond First Place
  • Best of Show: Each Category can have one item that is “Best” amongst all Special Awards.

Clif Gastler Memorial Award: A special award will be given for the Best Bed Sized Quilt hand quilted. In memory of Clif Gastler by the Gastler family. The award will be a Special Ribbon, $50 and a Plaque with the winner’s name permanently displayed in the Department’s Court of Honor.

Parsons Family Memorial Award: This award is in memory of all the Parsons Griswold family members that spent countless hours volunteering in the Needlework Department. A special award will be given for the Best Quilt that reminds the Parson’s family and the Needlework Committee of Susan Burtis. Susan was a Needlework Committee member for many years and this award is in Loving Memory for her love of Quilts. A Special Ribbon, and a Memorial Bud Vase will be awarded.

Pogmore/Bastura Award: This award is given in memory of long time Exhibitors Dorothy Pogmore and Shirley Bastura. These sisters have dedicated more than 50 years of entering exhibits in the Needlework Department in crochet and hand knit items. The person who receives this award will demonstrate a love of those two categories.

Needlework Grand Champion Award: A Grand Champion rosette ribbon and a plate will be awarded to the exhibitor with the highest number of points

  • Best of Show: 10 points
  • Special: 7 points
  • First Place: 5 points
  • Second Place: 0 points
  • Third Place: 0 point
  • Honorable Mention: 0 points

After the Storm Art Bra Show Award: A Special Ribbon, and a Memorial Bud Vase will be awarded to the winner in this category. Also the winner will be guaranteed a spot in the Art Bra Runway Show in August 2025 where the bra will be auctioned to raise money for breast cancer survivors.


Community Service Category

The Durham Fair Needlework Department received an Award of Distinction for Competitive Exhibits for this unique class in 2017. This is an International Recognition from the International Association of Fairs and Expositions (IAFE). The IAFE Competitive Exhibits contest provides fairs with a unique collaboration experience, allowing them to critique competitive exhibits while strengthening that vital aspect of fairs, internationally. We have donated hundreds of items through this category to support local charities and we are gracious for your support.

This year we are focusing on Veterans Shawls that will be donated to Middlesex Hospital to be given to veterans who are in hospice/comfort care. Please consider making a patriotic shawl for this charity.

The Needlework Department will again feature the “Quilt of Valor Quilt Block.”

  • The Quilt of Valor Quilt Book will be used by QOV State Coordinators to help fill outstanding requests for a Quilt of Valor not covered by local groups and will ease the waiting list of requests.
  • The 2024 Quilt block square is The Ohio Star Block Click here for the instructions

In addition, we will continue to collect items for cancer patients, homeless, veterans, and children in crisis. This includes QOV quilt block, art bras, prayer/serenity shawls, lap blankets, hats, mittens, scarves, socks, and pillows. Please consider making an item to enter in this year’s fair, or get together with friends, church groups, or community organizations and donate them. We will be collecting them and displaying them at the fair and then distributing them to local charities that support this effort. Although an exhibitor can enter only one item per category, participants in our drive can donate as many items as they want.

Challenge Class

This year’s Challenge Class for each major category is “On the Move

Association of Connecticut Fairs Quilt Contest

Sponsored by The Association of Connecticut Fairs and the Durham Agricultural Fair Association. Visit the Quilt Contest page at ctagfairs.org for complete categories, rules, prizes, judging criteria and information on the State Quilt Contest.

The Durham Fair doesn’t have a separate entry for the State Quilt Contest. The Durham Fair will choose 1 quilt from each of the 3 categories to send to the State Quilt Contest based on Quilts entered into the Durham Fair that meet the rules of the State Quilt Contest.

Quilt Class Descriptions

Quilt Classes have changed this year. No wall hangings, clothing, or pillow slips. Large Quilt perimeter must measure a minimum of 216", Small quilt perimeter must be less than 216".  All quilt perimeters must be at least 144".

  • Pieced: Any pieced quilt constructed, pieced quilted by 1 person to finish the project. 
  • Appliqued: Quilts in this category are constructed by attaching pieces of fabric with thread to a background by either hand and/or machine. 
  • Mixed Technique: Any quilt that displays a balance of two or more specific quilting techniques (iec. Pieced, applique, etc.)
  • Art Quilt Original Design: Any quilt using any technique or combination of techniques or materials in a non-traditional manner:
    • Abstract composition (a non-identifiable subject that stresses mostly color, line, and shape).
    • Naturescape (a quilt that reflects the scenery found in nature, such as land, mountains, forests, gardens, and deserts). Animals and humans may be included but should not be the focus of the piece).
    • Pictorial (a quilt that represents a recognizable image of a person, place, or thing)
  • Embellished: Any quilt that displays surface embellished in any manner other than appliquè. This category may include but is not limited to: Crazy Quilts, Hand Embroidery, Redwork, Beading, Fabric Collages, and/or Threat Painting.
  • Machine Embroidery: Any construction technique where machine embroidery is integral to one or more of the following:  decoration, construction and/or quilting.
  • Modern: A quilt that relies on current bold, graphic fabrics and their unusual placement in the creative process. Typical characteristics that may be present: high contrast and graphic areas of solid color; improvisational piecing, minimalism and expansive use of negative space; asymmetry; exaggerated scale and cropping and/or interpretative use of classic quilt designs.
  • Quilt from Kit: Quilts made using a kit which provided pattern and fabric packaged by the vendor for sale as one unit. Block of the month quilts would also fall under this category. 
  • Whole Cloth: A whole cloth quilt is made from one large piece of fabric as its top layer. No patchwork or appliqué is used in the quilt design. Embellishment relies on quilting motifs and quilting stitches which are usually intricate and closely spaced.
  • Scrap Quilt: Quilt top must incorporate at least 50 different fabrics.
  • Seasonal Quilt: Any quilt reflecting traditional holiday or seasonal motifs. 
  • Baby Quilt: Quilt perimeter size is at least 144” and uses fabrics appropriate for baby.
  • Group Quilt: Any quilt constructed, pieced, quilted by 2 or more people to finish the project.
  • Challenge Class: Any quilt that reflects the category of “On the Move".
  • Miscellaneous: Any quilt that doesn’t fit in any other category, or an additional quilt the exhibitor would like to enter.
  • Beginner, First time Exhibitor: This class is for your first quilt ever entered into the fair. The entry can be any construction technique, any size, and any finish method.

TABLE OF CATEGORIES

Class Code & Name $ Prize Amount
Afghans 1st 2nd 3rd
Crocheted
AFC1 Afghan stitch 15 12 8
AFC2 Crochet stitch 15 12 8
AFC3 Crocheted with embroidery 15 12 8
AFC4 Granny 15 12 8
AFC5 Hair pin 15 12 8
AFC6 Ripple 15 12 8
AFC7 Miscellaneous 15 12 8
AFC8 Challenge Class, Under the Sea 15 12 8
AFC9 Lap Blanked 8 6 4
AFC10 Pet Blanket 6 5 3
Knitted
AFK1 Knitting 15 12 8
AFK2 Ripple 15 12 8
AFK3 Challenge Class, Under the Sea 15 12 8
AF4A Lap Blanket 8 6 4
AFK5 Pet Blanket 6 5 3
Bedspreads
BSC1 Crocheted 15 12 8
BSC2 Crocheted Challenge Class, Under the Sea 15 12 8
BSK1 Knit 15 12 8
BSK2 Knit Challenge Class, Under the Sea 15 12 8
Crocheting 1st 2nd 3rd
CR01 Shawl 8 6 4
CR02 Cape 8 6 4
CR03 Scarf 4 3 2
CR04 Baby set 8 6 4
CR05 Baby sweater 6 5 3
CR06 Baby blanket 8 6 4
CR07 Child sweater 8 6 4
CR08 Pot holders/set of 3 4 3 2
CR09 Fashion accessory 4 3 2
CR10 Coat 10 8 6
CR11 Dress 8 6 4
CR12 Vest or shell 6 5 3
CR13 Hat 4 3 2
CR14 Adult sweater 8 6 4
CR15 Tablecloth 15 12 8
CR16 Doily 4 3 2
CR17 Bureau scarf edging 4 3 2
CR18 Tatting 4 3 2
CR19 Cowl 4 3 2
CR20 Christening Gown/Set 10 8 6
CR21 Challenge Class, Under the Sea 6 5 3
CR22 Miscellaneous 6 5 3
CR23 Beginner—first time exhibitor 8 6 4
Community Service 1st 2nd 3rd
Community Service category will not award Special Awards or Best of Show or Points.
Knitted
CSK01 Ladies Chemo Cap 3 2 1
CSK02 Men’s Chemo Cap 3 2 1
CSK03 Children’s Chemo Cap 3 2 1
CSK04 Prayer/Serenity Shawl 3 2 1
CSK05 Lap Blanket 3 2 1
CSK06 Ladies Hat 3 2 1
CSK07 Men's Hat 3 2 1
CSK08 Children's Hat 3 2 1
CSK09 Mittens 3 2 1
CSK10 Scarf 3 2 1
CSK11 Socks 3 2 1
CSK12 Sensory Mitt 3 2 1
CSK13 Miscellaneous 3 2 1
Crocheted
CSC01 Ladies Chemo Cap 3 2 1
CSC02 Men’s Chemo Cap 3 2 1
CSC03 Children’s Chemo Cap 3 2 1
CSC04 Prayer/Serenity Shawl 3 2 1
CSC05 Lap Blanket 3 2 1
CSC06 Ladies Hat 3 2 1
CSC07 Men's Hat 3 2 1
CSC08 Children's Hat 3 2 1
CSC09 Mittens 3 2 1
CSC10 Scarf 3 2 1
CSC11 Socks 3 2 1
CSC12 Sensory Mitt 3 2 1
CSC13 Miscellaneous 3 2 1
Sewing
CSS01 Ladies Chemo Cap 3 2 1
CSS02 Men’s Chemo Cap 3 2 1
CSS03 Children’s Chemo Cap 3 2 1
CSS04 Prayer/Serenity Shawl 3 2 1
CSS05 Lap Blanket 3 2 1
CSS06 Hat 3 2 1
CSS07 Pillow Case 3 2 1
CSS08 After the Storm 3 2 1
CSS09 Quilt of Valor Block Square 3 2 1
CSS10 Dress A Girl Around the World - Dress 3 2 1
CSS11 Dress A Girl Around the World - Skirt 3 2 1
CSS12 Miscellaneous 3 2 1
Hand Embroidery (No Wall Hangings) 1st 2nd 3rd
EM01 Crewel article 6 4 3
EM02 Pillow cases—pair 6 4 3
EM03 Luncheon cloth 6 4 3
EM04 Tablecloth 8 6 4
EM05 Placemats—set of 4 4 3 2
EM06 Bureau scarf 4 3 2
EM07 Smocked article 6 4 3
EM08 Counted cross stitch 6 4 3
EM09 Candlewick article 6 4 3
EM10 Silk ribbon embroidery 6 4 3
EM11 Beadwork 6 4 3
EM12 Cutwork 6 4 3
EM13 Machine embroidery 6 4 3
EM14 Punch needle embroidery 6 4 3
EM15 Seasonal holiday 6 4 3
EM16 Special occasion 6 4 3
EM17 Blackwork embroidery 6 4 3
EM18 Shadow work 6 4 3
EM19 White work 6 4 3
EM20 Patchwork 6 4 3
EM21 Challenge class, Under the Sea 6 4 3
EM22 Miscellaneous 6 4 3
EM23 Beginner—first time exhibitor 6 4 3
Hand or Tote Bags 1st 2nd 3rd
HBC01 Crochet 7 5 3
HBC02 Crochet Challenge Class, Under the Sea 7 5 3
HBC03 Crochet – Miscellaneous 5 4 3
HBS01 Patchwork 7 5 3
HBS02 Zippered Purse 5 4 3
HBS03 Mondo Bag 7 5 3
HBS04 Cross Body Bag 7 5 3
HBS05 Sewn – Challenge Class, Under the Sea 7 5 3
HBS06 Sewn – Miscellaneous 5 4 3
HBE01 Needlepoint 7 5 3
HBE02 Counted cross stitch 7 5 3
HBE03 Embroidery - Challenge Class, Under the Sea 7 5 3
HBE04 Embroidery – Miscellaneous 5 4 3
HBK01 Felted 7 5 3
HBK02 Knit – Challenge Class, Under the Sea 7 5 3
HBK03 Knit – Miscellaneous 5 4 3
Hand Knitting 1st 2nd 3rd
Mittens
HK01A Plain 4 3 2
HK01B Patterned 4 3 2
HK01C Felted 4 3 2
HK02 Hat & mitten set 6 4 3
Infant
HK03A Baby set 8 6 4
HK03B Baby sweater 6 4 3
HK03C Blanket 6 4 3
HK03D Carriage robe 6 4 3
Children’s
HK04A Sweater/cardigan 6 4 3
HK04D Sweater/pullover 6 4 3
HK04G Hat and scarf 6 4 3
HK04H Slippers 4 3 2
HK04I Scarf 4 3 2
HK04J Vest 4 3 2
HK04M Hat 4 3 2
HK04N Poncho 6 4 3
HK04O Children’s Socks 4 3 2
Ladies’
HK05A Sweater/cardigan 8 6 4
HK05D Sweater/pullover 8 6 4
HK05G Hat 4 3 2
HK05H Vest 6 4 3
HK05K Shawl or cape 8 6 4
HK05L Scarf 4 3 2
HK05M Ladies cowl 4 3 2
Men’s
HK06A Sweater/cardigan 10 8 6
HK06C Sweater/pullover 10 8 6
HK06F Hat 4 3 2
HK06G Vest 6 4 3
HK07A Adult Socks 4 3 2
HK07B Adult Slippers 4 3 2
Aran Fisherman Sweater
HK08A Cardigan 10 8 6
HK08B Pullover 10 8 6
Other Hand Knitting
HK09 Handspun article 10 8 6
HK10 Challenge class, Under the Sea 6 5 4
HK11 Miscellaneous 4 3 2
HK12 Beginner—first time exhibitor 6 5 4
HK13 Finger knitted article—made w/o knitting needles 4 3 2
Machine Knitting 1st 2nd 3rd
MK01A Mittens/plain 4 3 2
MK01B Mittens/patterned 4 3 2
Infant
MK02A Baby set 6 5 4
MK02B Baby sweater 6 4 3
MK02C Blanket 6 4 3
MK02D Carriage robe/bunting 6 4 3
Children’s
MK03A Sweater/cardigan 6 4 3
MK03D Sweater/pullover 6 4 3
MK03G Hat 4 3 2
MK03H Slippers 4 3 2
MK03I Socks 4 3 2
MK03J Scarf 4 3 2
MK03K Vest 6 5 4
MK03M Hat & scarf set 6 5 4
MK03N Shawl or poncho 6 5 4
Ladies’
MK04A Coat or Jacket 12 8 6
MK04B 2-piece outfit 12 8 6
MK04C Skirt 6 5 4
MK04D Sweater/cardigan 8 6 4
MK04G Sweater/pullover 8 6 4
MK04J Hat 4 3 2
MK04K Vest plain 6 5 4
MK04L Socks 4 3 2
MK04N Vest/knitted 6 5 4
MK04P Slippers 4 3 2
MK04Q Shawl or poncho 6 5 4
Men’s
MK05A Sweater/cardigan 10 8 6
MK05D Sweater/pullover 10 8 6
MK05G Hat 6 5 4
MK05H Vest 6 5 4
MK05I Socks 6 5 4
MK05J Slippers 6 5 4
MK05L Vest/knitted 6 5 4
Other Machine Knitting
MK06A Bedspread 15 12 8
MK06B Afghan 15 12 8
MK07 Challenge class, Under the Sea 6 5 4
MK08 Miscellaneous 6 5 4
MK09 Beginner—first time exhibitor 6 5 4
Pillows 1st 2nd 3rd
Sewn
PLS01 Applique 6 5 4
PLS02 Patchwork 6 5 4
PLS03 Cathedral window 6 5 4
PLS04 Quilted 6 5 4
PLS05 Machine embroidery 6 5 4
PLS06 Sewn - Challenge Class, Under the Sea 6 5 4
PLS07 Sewn Pillow, Miscellaneous 6 5 4
Crochet
PLC01 Crochet 6 5 4
PLC02 Crochet – Challenge Class, Under the Sea 6 5 4
PLC03 Crochet Pillow - Miscellaneous 6 5 4
Embroidery
PLE01 Cross stitch 6 5 4
PLE02 Embroidery 6 5 4
PLE03 Needlepoint 6 5 4
PLE04 Counted cross stitch 6 5 4
PLE05 Candlewick 6 5 4
PLE06 Challenge class, Under the Sea 6 5 4
PLE07 Miscellaneous 6 5 4
Knitted
PLK01 Knitted 6 5 4
PLK02 Knitted – Challenge Class, Under the Sea 6 5 4
PLK03 Knitted Pillow - Miscellaneous 6 5 4
Quilts
No wall hangings or clothing or pillow slips
Bed sized: Quilt perimeter must measure a minimum of 216”
Lap or small quilt: 36 x 48”
All quilting must be done by exhibitor except in Class QU16
1st 2nd 3rd
QU01 Bed sized: Pieced/tacked 12 8 6
QU02A Bed sized: Pieced/quilted/hand (State Fair Eligible) 15 12 8
QU02B Bed sized: Machine pieced/hand quilted (State Fair Eligible) 15 12 8
QU03 Bed sized: Pieced/quilted/machine (State Fair Eligible) 15 12 8
QU04 Bed sized: Appliquéd/tacked 12 8 6
QU05A Bed sized: Appliquéd/quilted/hand (State Fair Eligible) 15 12 8
QU05B Bed sized: Hand appliquéd/machine quilted (State Fair Eligible) 15 12 8
QU06 Bed sized: Appliquéd/quilted/machine 15 12 8
QU07 Lap or Sm quilt: Pieced/tacked 10 8 6
QU08 Lap or Sm quilt: Pieced/quilted/hand 10 8 6
QU09 Lap or Sm quilt: Pieced/quilted/machine 10 8 6
QU10 Lap or Sm quilt: Appliquéd/tacked 8 6 4
QU11 Lap or Sm quilt: Appliquéd/quilted/hand 10 8 6
QU12 Lap or Sm quilt: Appliquéd/quilted/machine 8 6 4
QU13 Crib quilt: tacked 8 6 4
QU14 Crib quilt: quilted 10 8 6
QU15 Group quilt 15 12 8
QU16 Machine quilted by professional 10 8 6
QU17 Challenge class, Under the Sea 12 8 5
QU18 Miscellaneous 10 8 6
QU19 Beginner—first time exhibitor 12 10 8
Rugs (Not to be more than 3' x 6') 1st 2nd 3rd
RU1 Braided/new material 10 8 6
RU2 Braided/used material 10 8 6
RU3 Hooked/wool material 10 8 6
RU4 Hooked/latched type 8 6 4
RU5 Challenge class, Under the Sea 8 6 4
RU6 Miscellaneous 8 6 4
RU7 Beginner—first time exhibitor 8 6 4
Sewing 1st 2nd 3rd
Infant
SW01A Christening gown 10 8 6
SW01B Miscellaneous 6 5 4
Girls’ (1 thru 14 years)
SW02A Blouse 6 5 4
SW02B Skirt 6 5 4
SW02C Dress/school 6 5 4
SW02D Dress/party 6 5 4
SW02E Sun dress 6 5 4
SW02F Jumper 6 5 4
SW02G Coat 6 5 4
SW02H Ensemble 6 5 4
SW02I Heirloom 6 5 4
SW02J Activewear/swimwear 6 5 4
SW02K Sleepwear 6 5 4
SW02L Garment w/embroidery 6 5 4
SW02M Miscellaneous 6 5 4
Boys’
SW04A Shirt 6 5 4
SW04B Pants/shorts 6 5 4
SW04C Miscellaneous 6 5 4
Ladies’
SW05A Blouse 6 5 4
SW05B Skirt/lined 6 5 4
SW05C Skirt/unlined 6 5 4
SW05D Pants 6 5 4
SW05E Ensemble 6 5 4
SW05F Daytime dress 8 6 4
SW05G Daytime dress/sleeveless 6 5 4
SW05H Daytime dress/dressy 8 6 4
SW05I Jumper 6 5 4
SW05J Activewear 6 5 4
SW05K Shorts 6 5 4
SW05L Vest 6 5 4
SW05M Garment with embroidery 6 5 4
SW05N Evening wear 10 8 6
SW05O Wedding gown 15 12 10
SW05P Heirloom 8 6 4
SW05Q Machine embellished garment 6 5 4
SW05R Serged garment 6 5 4
SW05S Embellished sweatshirt 6 5 4
SW05T Miscellaneous 6 5 4
Men’s
SW06A Shirt 6 5 4
SW06B Necktie 6 5 4
SW06C Activewear 6 5 4
SW06D Pants 6 5 4
SW06E Miscellaneous 6 5 4
Other Sewing
SW07 Costume 6 5 4
SW08 Quilted garment 8 6 4
SW09 Curtains 6 5 4
SW10 Challenge class, Under the Sea 6 5 4
SW11 Miscellaneous 6 5 4
SW12 Beginner—first time exhibitor 6 5 4
SW13 Placemats, Set of 4 6 5 4
SW14 Table Topper 6 5 4
SW15 Potholders, Set of 2 6 5 4
SW16 Apron 6 5 4
Various Needlework (Not Crafts—No Sets) 1st 2nd 3rd
VN01 Needlepoint article 6 5 4
VN02 Needlepoint article (plastic canvas) 6 5 4
VN03 Handmade toy 6 5 4
VN04 Handmade toy crocheted 6 5 4
VN05 Handmade doll under 12” 6 5 4
VN06 Handmade doll over 12” 6 5 4
VN07 Costumed doll 5 4 3
VN08 Novelty article 6 5 4
VN09 Novelty article – Christmas 6 5 4
VN10 Article by woman over 65 6 5 4
VN11 Article by woman over 80 6 5 4
VN12 Article by man 6 5 4
VN13 Article by man over 65 6 5 4
VN14 Patchwork article 6 5 4
VN15 Appliqued article 6 5 4
VN16 Quilted article 6 5 4
VN17 Doll clothes 6 5 4
VN18 Knitted doll clothes 6 5 4
VN19 Felted article 6 5 4
VN20 Cross stitch 6 5 4
VN21 Challenge class, Under the Sea 6 5 4
VN22 Miscellaneous 6 5 4
VN23 Beginner—first time exhibitor 6 5 4
Wall Hangings or Pictures (Singles—No Pairs) 1st 2nd 3rd
WH01 Cross stitch/stamped 8 6 4
WH02 Counted cross stitch/sampler (ABC) 8 6 4
WH03 Counted cross stitch/not sampler 8 6 4
WH04 Counted cross stitch/ABC sampler on linen 8 6 4
WH05 Counted cross stitch/not sampler on linen 8 6 4
WH06 Counted cross stitch/sampler not ABC 8 6 4
WH07 Counted cross stitch/sampler not ABC on linen 8 6 4
WH08 Counted cross stitch with beads 8 6 4
WH09 Crewel 8 6 4
WH10 Embroidery 8 6 4
WH11 Hooked 8 6 4
WH12 Needlepoint 8 6 4
WH13 Candlewick 8 6 4
WH15 Hardanger—cut thread 8 6 4
WH16 Drawn thread 8 6 4
WH17 Hardanger—embroidery 8 6 4
WH18 Silk ribbon embroidery 8 6 4
WH20 Seasonal/holiday 8 6 4
WH21 Special occasion sampler 8 6 4
WH22 Miscellaneous 8 6 4
WH23 Challenge class, Under the Sea 8 6 4
WH24 Beginner—first time exhibitor 8 6 4
WH25 Applique 8 6 4
WH26 Quilted 8 6 4

Contacts

  • Debbie Bellemare
    Superintendent
    29 David Rd.
    Durham, CT 06422
    860-395-7125
    [email protected]
  • Susan D’Orvilliers
    Asst. Superintendent
  • Leslie Ozols
    Asst. Superintendent

Committee

  • Carrie Bellemare
  • Michelle Bellemare
  • Kathy Bryson
  • Laureen Cannata
  • Pam Carey
  • Debbie George
  • Roberta Hamelin
  • Carol Herzig
  • Mary Jane Parsons
  • Briana Jewczyn
  • Matt Jewczyn
  • Renee Kelley
  • Shirley Lagerstrom
  • Margaret Lang
  • Jeanne MacDonald
  • Christine Montgomery
  • Irene Parsons
  • June Porter
  • Maura Ryan
  • Carol Surprenant

Updated: 7/5/2023