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Crafts & Hobbies Department

Fair Office - Superintendent

For questions call the Fair Office at 503-842-2272

Non-Perishable Exhibits [Arts, Crafts & Hobbies, Photography and Textile] will be accepted starting July 29th from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm till August 2nd from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm.

ENTRY RULES
1. Craft entries must be the work of the exhibitor, have been completed within the last two years, and never have been exhibited in former Tillamook County Fairs.
2. Only one item for competition will be allowed in a category or a class.
4. Scenes and Kits need to be mounted on cardboard.
5. Superintendent has complete charge of the exhibits, their arrangement, place, and removal.
6. As space permits, any exhibit of interest to the viewing public will be accepted in competition or as a courtesy exhibit. Reservations of space for large exhibits must be made with the Superintendent prior to Monday, August 3rd.


Divisions: Ceramic & China
200 Adult – Amateur
201 Adult – Professional
202 Adult – Senior (ages 60+)
203 Youth – ages 06-10
204 Youth – ages 11-13
205 Youth – ages 14-18

Class No. & Class Description
1. Hand built item
2. Hand built set, 2-5 pieces
3. Original Greenware
4. Other not listed
5. Painted Ceramics
6. Porcelain dolls
7. Pottery
8. Purchased greenware
9. Unglazed item
10. Wheel thrown item


Divisions: Collections
206 Adult – Amateur
207 Adult – Professional
208 Adult – Senior (ages 60+)
209 Fair Buddies – 3-5
210 Youth – ages 06-10
211 Youth – ages 11-13
212 Youth – ages 14-18

Class No. & Class Description
1. Card collection
2. Craft collections, 5-20 pcs
3. Educational posters
4. Group display (clubs, organizations, etc.)
5. Hobby collection, 5-20 pcs
6. Mini hobby collection, 2” and under, 5-20 pcs
7. Nostalgia collection, 5-20


Divisions: Glass Craft
213 Adult – Amateur
214 Adult – Professional
215 Adult – Senior (ages 60+)
216 Youth – ages 06-10
217 Youth – ages 11-13
218 Youth – ages 14-18

Class No. & Class Description
1. 3-D stained glass
2. Collection, 2-5 pcs
3. Etched glass or mirror
4. Foiled glass or mirror
5. Leaded glass or mirror

Divisions: Novelty Painting
219 Adult – Amateur
220 Adult – Professional
221 Adult – Senior (ages 60+)
222 Fair Buddies – 3-5
223 Youth – ages 06-10
224 Youth – ages 11-13
225 Youth – ages 14-18

Class No. & Class Description
1. Other, not listed
2. Painting on conch
3. Painting on fabric
4. Painting on glass
5. Painting on rock
6. Painting on saw
7. Painting on wood


Divisions: Seasonal Craft
226 Adult – Amateur
227 Adult – Professional
228 Adult – Senior (ages 60+)
229 Fair Buddies – 3-5
230 Youth – ages 06-10
231 Youth – ages 11-13
232 Youth – ages 14-18

Class No. & Class Description
1. Christmas
2. Ornament
3. Other not listed
4. Seasonal other
5. Silk or dried flowers
6. Table decoration
7. Wall hanging
8. Wreath


Divisions: Tole & Decorative
233 Adult – Amateur
234 Adult – Professional
235 Adult – Senior (ages 60+)
236 Youth – ages 11-13
237 Youth – ages 14-18

Class No. & Class Description
1. Decorative Painting
2. Furniture
3. Other, not listed
4. Rosemaling
5. Tole on tin ware

Divisions: Other Crafts
238 Adult – Amateur
239 Adult – Professional
240 Adult – Senior (ages 60+)
241 Fair Buddies – ages 3-5
242 Youth – ages 06-10
243 Youth – ages 11-13
244 Youth – ages 14-18

Class No. & Class Description

  1. Arrangement, creative
  2. Basket, natural materials
  3. Beaded item, other than jewelry
  4. Bird cage, house or feeder
  5. Candle
  6. Collage
  7. Craft foam
  8. Decoupage
  9. Diorama
  10. Dough art
  11. Duct tape creations
  12. Educational posters
  13. Fimo-like clay
  14. Fly tying
  15. Handmade wooden vehicle
  16. Handmade, from kit
  17. Handmade, original
  18. Handwoven item
  19. Jewelry
  20. Leatherwork
  21. Lego or interlocking block
  22. Mache item
  23. Metal work
  24. Mixed media
  25. Model boat or plane
  26. Model car or truck
  27. Model vehicle or boat
  28. Mosaic
  29. Natural material item
  30. Origami
  31. Origami weaving
  32. Other not listed
  33. Paper crafting
  34. Popsicle stick art
  35. Puppet
  36. Recycled material
  37. Rubber band art
  38. Scrapbook
  39. Scrapbook page
  40. Sculpture
  41. Shadowbox hanging, wall piece
  42. Stamping, card collection
  43. Stamping, other
  44. Steppingstone
  45. Tie-dye
  46. Weaving
  47. Windsock
  48. Woodworking, 8” and under
  49. Woodworking, over 8”

Divisions: Woodcraft
245 Adult – Amateur
246 Adult – Professional
247 Adult – Senior (ages 60+)
248 Youth – ages 06-10
249 Youth – ages 11-13
250 Youth – ages 14-18

Class No. & Class Description

  1. Animal
  2. Furniture
  3. Handmade item, over 12”
  4. Handmade item, up to 12”
  5. Other not listed
  6. Power tool carving
  7. Seasonal
  8. Toy
  9. Vehicle
  10. Waking sticks, carved
  11. Wood burning
  12. Wood turning
  13. Woodcarving, over 8”
  14. Woodcarving, up to 8"
***SPECIAL AWARDS***

Best of Show Award - $10 and a Best of Show Ribbon will be given and selected by the Judge.

Alice Smith Award - $10 will be given to an entry which exemplifies an outstanding exhibit.

Superintendent’s Award - $10 and a Special Award Ribbon will be given and selected by the superintendent to the entry that best depicts the fair theme , Let the Good Times Grow.

John Hathaway Awards - $10 will be given in each Division of Youth ages 3-13 for the most humorous entries by Nancy Hathaway Reddekopp & the Late Mike Pickett.

Junior Creator Awards- $20 will be given to the top Lego or interlocking block construction in each youth age group: Fair Buddies, Youth 6-10, and Youth 11-13.

Brown Family Award- $10 will be given to the most unique and creative craft made by youth ages 3 to 18, chosen and given by Josh & Kelli Brown.

Tillamook County Fairgrounds
503-842-2272
tillamookfair@tillamookfair.com
4603 East 3rd Street
Tillamook, OR, 97141

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