Machine Sewing Fabric & Fibers
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Machine Sewing Fabric & Fibers

Date: Aug 29 - Sept 01, 2019

Carol Janecka and Doris Klesel
(Unlimited Entries)
1. All entries must be cleaned and pressed.
2. Garment will be judged on the basis of accurate cutting and quality of construction techniques as they contribute to the “professional” look.
3. Tailored Items (Class J-6) must have 1 or more of the following techniques: lining, bound buttonholes, shoulder pads, pad stitching, use of twill tape for molding the garment, sleeve headings, underlining, interfacing. No tailored garments may be entered in the other categories.
4. Definition – (Class J-7) consists of two garments that coordinate, match, or compliment each other (not to include tailored garments). Ensemble examples include: skirt and blouse, dress and jacket, pants/shorts and top, etc.
5. SEWN Accessories – accessory must be hand or machine sewn by exhibitor and in addition may include conchos, beads, feathers, studs, etc.
CLOTHING J-1 Blouses/Shirts J-2 Pants/Shorts J-3 Skirts J-4 Dresses/Jumpers J-5 Dresses, After 5 and Formal J-6 Tailored Items J-7 Non-tailored 2 Piece Ensembles J-8 Sleepwear, Lingerie and Swimwear J-9 Doll Clothes J-10 Infant/Toddler (up to size 4T)
FASHION ACCESSORIES J-11 Aprons J-12 Vests J-13 Sewn Accessories (belts, sashes, hats, purses, scarves) J-14 Tote Bags
HOME ACCESSORIES J-15 Home Accessories (tablecloths, curtains, etc.) J-16 Other Home Accessories J-17 Pillows J-18 Holiday Items J-19 Dolls and Toys
UPHOLSTERY J-20 Basic Upholstery J-22 Vintage Upholstery J-21 Repurposed Upholstery
MACHINE EMBROIDERY J-23 Wearable Clothing J-27 Religious J-24 Home Décor J-28 Digitizing J-25 Pictures J-29 Scanned Digitizing J-26 Holiday J-30 Miscellaneous
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