Judging Standards For Foods, Clothing, Quilts and Handcrafts.
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SeriesPublication (Ontario. Ministry of Agriculture and Food) -- 447
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Open LibraryOL21819254M

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Judging Standards for Foods, Sewing & Handicrafts agdex page 4 Judging Standards for Foods GEnERAl bAKInG Shape, uniformity and size 10 Crust 10 Texture 10 Crumb: Moisture 5 Colour 5 Weight 20 Flavour and odour 40 TOTAl bREAd And bunS criteria points Appearance 15 • Size and shape suitable for type of bread.   It goes without saying that a well-designed quilt may not receive the recognition it deserves if the workmanship is poor. Quilt judging criteria includes straight seams, matching points and straight borders and they all enhance the overall appearance of the quilt. Take your time and do the best job you can when making a quilt for a show. 3. Score Card - 4-H Foods. Member’s Name: _____ Project: _____ Date: _____ The judge should refer to the criteria outlined in the publication “Judging Standards for Foods, Sewing and Handcrafts” for standards for specific food items. This publication may be obtained from your District Office, Alberta Agriculture, Food and Rural Development. Judging Standards Book Available. The Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies has made available: Homecraft Judging Standards Book Revised – Guidelines for judging: Preserves, Quilts, Bread, Cookies, Scrapbooking, Photography, Displays, etc. - $ plus HST.

  Judging Quilts: Not for the Faint of Heart. Written by Diane Harris on J Posted in Blog, How-tos and Ideas, Quilt Lifestyle. I had a new experience this week: judging quilts and textile arts at a county fair about 70 miles from home, somewhere in Nebraska. Handcrafts 15% General Appearance 15% Creative Design 20% Colour & Materials 50% Workmanship. Quilts 25% General Appearance & Design 20% Colour & Materials 55% Workmanship. Needle Crafts 25% General Appearance 25% Design & Materials 50% Workmanship. Clothing 25% Design, Colour & Materials 50% Workmanship (outside) 25% Workmanship (inside. Homecraft Division Judging Standards. Foods (Baked Goods) 25 General Appearance 25 Texture 50 Flavour. Clothing 25 Design, Colour and Materials 50 Workmanship judged from outside of garment 25 Workmanship judged from inside of garment. Quilts 25 General Appearance & Design 20 Texture 55 Workmanship. Exhibits 20 General Appearance. A copy of the “Judging Standards for Foods, Clothing, Quilts and Handcrafts” can be obtained by sending a cheque or money order for $ (includes HST) to: Vince Brennan, Office Manager (OAAS), Foxboro-Stirling Rd., Stirling, ON K0K 3E0.

They all adhere to similar standards of judging, although final results will be varied based on the individuals. Judging can take place either before or after the quilts are hung, and each method has advantages. Judging quilts after they are hung allows the visual impact of the quilt . The following areas of a quilt are examined during the judging process and will now be outlined to help you prepare your quilt for judging. General Appearance. The quilt needs to be of fresh neat and clean appearance, free of stains, pet hair and odour. When your quilt is completed, it is permissible to wash your quilt to remove markings. Read the judging standards to know what quality you are aiming for and how your entry will be judged. (web searches are helpful) Be sure your entries are neat, clean and presentable. Follow any instructions for presentation given in the fair book. Fill out your form carefully. Be . 4-H Foods Judging Guide Adapted and Revised Edition Amy Peterson, M.S., R.D. Extension Educator University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension, Polk County, , , , , HOW TO BE A GOOD JUDGE 3 COMMON TERMS USED FOR JUDGING FOOD PRODUCTS 5 COOKIES 7 CAKES 9 QUICK BREAD LOAVES AND COFFEE CAKES 12 PIES 14 YEAST BREADS