xt7b8g8fgr26 https://nyx.uky.edu/dips/xt7b8g8fgr26/data/mets.xml   Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station. 1927 journals kaes_circulars_206 English Lexington : The Service, 1913-1958. Contact the Special Collections Research Center for information regarding rights and use of this collection. Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station Circular (Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station) n. 206 text Circular (Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station) n. 206 1927 2014 true xt7b8g8fgr26 section xt7b8g8fgr26   COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE
  Extension Division
° THOMAS P. COOPER, Dean and Director
u  CIRCULAR NO. 206
L Competitive Home Economics Exhibits for County and
. Community Fairs
i  Lexington, Ky.
_ March, 1927.
C Published in connection with the agricultural extension work carried
 v· OH by the cooperation of the College of Agriculture, University of Ken-
.` {HUM'. with the U. S. Depnrtinvnt of Agriculture and distributed in ful`-
  thcranee 0f the work provided for in the Act of Congress of May S, 191-L.

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  CIRCULAR NO. 206
  Competitive Home Economics Exhibits for County and
 i, Community Fairs
 i By MYRTLE WELDON
  State Leader Home Demonstration Agents
 f Home economies exhibits at community and county fairs
; ».'’ are justifiable only in so far as they are educational. An ex-
 i liibit is educational only in so far as it raises standards of pro-
 i duction in the community. The purpose of a home economics
 Q exhibit is to raise the standard of the products represented by
I.  those included in the premium list. Hence, the premium list
 ‘ must be carefully chosen to include only such products as are
 ‘ beautiful, useful or healthful. The exhibit should set a high r
 ‘ standard in the selection and preparation of food products and
 . inthe selection, constructtion and decoration of textile pro-
 . duets. p
 _ The following siiggcstioiis are made to help in making fairs
i function educationally.
_ SOME SUGGESTIONS] FOR EXHIBIT REGULATIONS
i 1. Entries which are for any reason disqualified or which
 ·V are not included in the premium list may not be exhibited.
 A 2. No articles may be exhibited for premituns which have been
 i previously exhibited at the same fair.
p 3. Articles exhibited in classes where there is little or no com-
i petition must score at least 90 for iirst place, SO for second
E and 70 for tl1ll‘(l.lf
’ wJE—Often an undeser\·inS‘ article is given first place because of lack
ot competition, thus setting false standards. Aeeorrlintr to this re;:‘ul:i—
tion au article exhibited with no competition must measure up to rt certain
‘     an award. lt it scores below 70 it will not be p

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4 Kentucky Extension Circulcu· N0. 206  
4. All entries must. be the work of the exhibitor.  
5. Garments must. be so exhibited that they may bg *[}wH,t.'.  I
inspected by the judges. I { 
- 6. No article may be entered in two classes or as part of a cet.  
lcction if entered as a single entry.  _
7. No unfinished garment may be exhibited.  
8. All garments must be clean and in good condition.  
9. No articles received after the time set for closing ea;;i.,  
will be allowed to compete.  
ARRANGEMENTS OF COMPETITIVE EXHIBITS  . TGA
1. Exhibits should be so arranged that there is a onc—way liu;  1
of travel, thus avoiding confusion and crowding.  »
2. Material exhibited should not be crowded. Articles slmulti.  i
be grouped according to lot numbers so there is an oppwv-  
tunity for comparison.  '
3. Articles should be so arranged that they can be seen by tilt  
public but should be protected from handling. The tal»lt;~  I
holding displays should be low or tilted by blocking up tw  .
on one side. Exhibits may be arranged on the wall o11tl¤·  
level with the eye, neither too high nor too low to be ezisiljr ` OE
observed. \Vall exhibits should not be placed so they ur Q
concealed by exhibits on tables.  
` 4. The background should be clean, neat and of some nexitir{ 50f
color. VVhite, light yellow, cream or buff are appi·0p1·iu¤  , Obi
colors. Clean cream or tan wrapping paper   excellvit TI]
Unbleached muslin or cheeseeloth may be used. l’aper ¤.·a=‘ ml
be attached to walls with thumb tacks, paste or gntriwi e VH
tape. W
 ' be
Food I at
A. Display all food in Hy-proof cases or cover with H1 *‘‘·· I Up
· ` quito bar. y do
B. (`anned goods are best displayed on shelves.  _ PL
C. Group like foods with sufticient space between ;‘1‘~·¤`t‘ I OO
so that each group may be studied as a unit and ol ·`»· I
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  parisons made. For instance, in a bread display white
mom"   byeatl may form a Ullll, whole wheat bread another,
   ’ parker house rolls another, and plain yeast buns an-
Jf a col. i  other- . V . _ ,
  D. Mark each class with a placard. This helps yisrtors to
  appreciate the display and find classes in which they
L  are interested. Plaeards may be made on white or
, _   cream bristol board, lettered in black, either with gum~
i w"ihi`   med letters or black ink.
 » Textiles
  A. Dresses should be displayed on coat hangers hung
WHY N11:   against wall.
* B. Underwear and linens should be displayed on tables in ,
*S Sl1I111l1l  . such a way that they can be seen at close range. They
11 011111*1-   should be folded to show as much of the design as pos-
* sible.
*11 l1§‘1i1* { C. Like articles should be displayed in groups with space
he ‘H1l·I¤`   between groups and each group labeled.
g up lcv  
ill on llr ,
be Gulp}. ORGANIZATION OF THE HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT AT A
they ur _ FAIR
  PIN)/t(‘li{_U. Publicity concerning the exhibit, premium lists,
[C mum score cards which are to be used, regulations which are to be
»propriii€~  _ observed, should be sent out as early in the year as possible.
excellcir This may be done at any time thru the newspapers. The fair
Paper rw  r catalog often comes out too late to be useful. It is a great ad-
. gmm.1} 1 vantage to the public to know the regulations and to sec the
score cards early. Knowing the points on which an article is to
· be judged will help materially in obtaining a higher standard
of products.
with m `___A j C011lHliHc€$. At an early date the fair committee should
appoint a superintendent or chairman of the home economics
 Z department. She, in turn, should appoint her committees in
xcu awp I lllQ11l}i oii time to earefiully work out plans for the exhibit. Tn'0
pnmw ·_,_ , 001111111ttees can etleetively take care of the woman s (‘Kll]l)ll·

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The committees should be definitely instructed regarding their  
duties.  
Committee on c;clizTbits will be responsible for publicity) lp 
making premium lists, providing seore cards, entry blanks, etc.,  
` and seeing that they are distributed, formulating rules and rggui  i.
lations for exhibit, making arrangements for securing material  
T to be exhibited and having material ready for display. Thqy  ’;i
will be responsible for making all arrangements for the judging  
of exhibits, securing judges, etc.  
Comm 2`ttcc on display will be responsible for arranging the  
exhibit, providing show cases, tables, screens, placards, deeort- Q 
tion. They will receive the articles exhibited, enter them, if
unpack, assist judges, cut cakes and bread, etc., place seore cards  
and ribbons, and arrange the exhibit after judging is done. Some  ·
member of this committee should be with the exhibit during the  g.
entire fair to become familiar with the method of judging, etc.  
It is best that the members of this committee do not enter in  °
competitive exhibits. This committee will record entries in  
entry book and keep record of prize winning articles. Hihhmis  ,
will probably be furnished by fair committee. This committee .
should see that they are on hand. This committee will also liave  ,
charge of releasing exhibits after the fair. .
Size of cmmniitces. The size of the committee will tlepeirl  ·
on the extent of the exhibit and the amount of work to be done.  `
. Probably a committee of five is sufficient. lf the fair is large 3
and two judges are necessary there should be a display com- `
mittee of seven, chairman, three persons to enter and arrange
V textile exhibits and to assist judge of textiles and three to enter
and arrange food exhibits and to assist judge of foods. .
E7’?f'€l‘Z·7l[/ Exliiiliiilis. The time stated for closing cntrie: _
should be definite and strictly observed. The display com- j
mittee should be on hand to receive and record entries and te  s
arrange exhibits. Any entries which disqualify should be et- p.
_ eluded at this time. Entry tickets should be ready before the
I V exhibit opens and should be made in duplicate form, one to lit _
placed on the article and the other to be given to the exhibitm· -
as an identification tag. This tag may be attached to bakol .
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 ii: woods with tooth pieks, The entry tag should state the depart-
ther L  mgug class letter, lot ]lllllllI(‘l‘ and e>;hihitor’s iiumher. Eeeh
.   entrv should he 1lllllll)€l`(‘(l as the entry is received and should he
heih',   recorded in a book provided for tl1e purpose. It is well I0 have
`> ma  =; two entry books 111 readiness for the textiles and food depart-
mgll  {Y ments with the 11a111e of each lot llllllll)C1' 011 a separate page or
mimi  i with space allowed for reeordiiig the number of entries which
Tl}°*'  Q will probably he 1ll?l(lC in eaeh lot. Below is a sample entry
dgmg   blank eorreetly made out a11d a sample page of tlll entry book
  correctly filled out.
ig the ie 
.e<:ora-  i —'4__%___ ¢_______ __________________
llll‘lll.  _— I
"?*l1"l$  { HOME ECONOMICS EXHIBIT‘ HOME ECONOMICS EXHIBIT
$(11111  ‘ ~ i
HP II;  ‘ I Department __,___...... Textiles ............ I Departme11t ............ Textiles ............
5 1  1 ‘
Ig) et;  . I Class ..,,,_.................. A ........................ i Cl8.SS ........................ A ........................
. ·  . ` I
Wl W — I Lot N0. ..__.................. 1 ...................... 1 Lot No. ...................... 1 ...................... I
ries lll ‘
,· __ : Exhibitors No. ____....,,_... 1* 1............. i Exhibit01·’s N0. .............. 1* ..............
riihhoiis _ I I
1111itte¤2  _ ‘—§'“_” "" ""_— '_”?;_`#—4’;4 __;*
101111111 i
I Entry Book I
 ` DEPARTMENT OF TEXTILES
\
°11·»1 _ Class A-Knitting
~e (leur.  · Lot 1—Best scarf
Ia Img,) I ExhiI1it0r's No. 1.* Mrs. J. B. Grove
ty eom- 2. Mrs. L. R. Long
NNW 3. Miss Nellie Price
[ "1 -*3
·  · 4.
to e11t<·r 5_ I
Lot 2—Best sweater
gums;  I Exl1ibitor’s No. 1.
1y @01:1- g  
I and ta ·· _ `
I bc (W  I ’*Note:—ExI1ibit0r's; card and record of entry for same person.
i`01·e1I1·1 _ . , _   . .+v . _. _ _ V _. Y _
I IM . Judgzag. 'lhe respo11s1l11l1.) for Judging should be gixeii
ui {ttl ·· only to a persoii well ll'2llllC(l i11 l1o111e eeo11o111i<·s it the exliihit
¤ ’ Ol` I · . . . . .
A 111 lf I I is to sueeeed lll sett111g lllgll and eorreet staiidards. lt is desir-
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able but not necessary that the judge camo from out of the  
county or community and be someone who is not personally  
known in the connnunity. lf the exhibits are large, it is advig.  
able to have two judges, one for the food and one for the textile  it
_ exhibit. A time should be set when all articles should be re  
ceived and those received later should be excluded. The time set  `V
should be early enough to allow the judge time for jtnlging  Q
before the exhibits are opened to the public. The committee on  
display should provide equipment as knives, spoons, plates.  
score cards, basin for washing hands, soap, dish cloth, tea towels,  I
hand towels.  `
Scoring. To make an exhibit educational in the highest  {
degree each article entered should be scored. The score card is  _
an analysis of the qualities of the product, each quality with a  4
certain value. The woman who sees her exhibit scored knows  .J
just wherein she has failed and wherein she has excelled. ller  I
product next year will be nearer a standard product. lf lack  Q
of time, insutlieient number of judges or the extent of the ex-  
hibit make it inadvisable to swore all products entered, at least  l
the three winning articles in each class should be scored. lt  
possible, the judge should remain to answer questions and ex-  ;
plain the points considered in scoring. Much of educational i
. value can be accomplished by a t1·ained woman in this way. The  ,
score cards used should be published early in the year thru the 1
papers and should be included in the premium lists. ’
Suggested ]’rcm[ztm Lis! _/'or County Fairs. The extent ot ,
the exhibits, size of fair, community products, ctc., will influence  
the premium list. The following premium list has been tormn-  
lated with the intention of emphasizing typical standard pro- i
duets and leaving out variations, fads and heirlooms. This is
· " a rather complete premium list and probably should be greatly __
abbreviated for the average county or community fair.
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{Inn   DEPARTMENT—TEXTlLES
nin, I;  crass A.-—Knitting (silk or Class E.—Scarfs, Centerpieces,
[Vis-  L W0O|) Tray Cloths
still;   Lot 1. Best scarf. Lot 21. Best em b r 0 i d e r e d
I-Q_   Lot 2. B9St SW€21t€1’ (French and eyelet).
, . .  in mt 3. Best ¤hi1¤1’S <>¤ifi¤—¤¤y Lot 22. Best heme titch e ii
QW   3 of tl1e following: (hand),
nn?   jacket, 02119. I€ggi¤gS, Lot 23. Best cross stitched.
c on  ,.i . bootees, 111il£t€HS. Lot 24. Best crochet trimmed.
Emi;  Q Lot 25. Best hand woven.
/°   Class B.—Hand Sewing
WM  QQ Lot 4. Best patching on cotton Class ;=__TOwcis
 i or WOOI gnrmgnn Lot 26. Best e m b r 0 i d e r e d
 · Lot 5. Best darning on cotton (Whitey
nlm  l or w<>¤1g¤¤¤e¤t- Lot 27. Best cross stitched.
fd is  `.._ Lnt 6* Best nnttonnnlns On Lol; 28. Best monogrammed or
th 1   wool, silk, cotton. mm&led_
 ; Lot 29. Best hemstitched.
¤>“‘¤   ·<>*¤SS °-—¤·‘¤SS·=$- U¤d¢o~==¤·‘· Lot 30. Best crochet trimmed.
ne.-  ‘ A»=r¤¤s  Lot 31. Best nend woven.
1 1  1 Lot 7. Best house dress (most
1:iC’  . 5 I _
\   prac ma.) Class G.—lnfant and Chlldren’s
4 (.X_ 1 Lot 8. Best kitchen apron
` Q. - Apparel
_ (most practical). _
kan 5 Lot 9_ Best bungalow ap1.OD_ Lot 32. Best layette—not less ,
. It  f Lot 10. Best night dress. than 6 p1€°€S·
I CV ;»  Lot 11. Best envelope cl1en1ise. 1· Bnnnnn
_ ` Let 12. Best pettieoet. 2· B"0t€€S·
ioiml ; Lot 13_ Best b10Om€TS_ 3. Embroidered shoes.
The   Lot 14. Best slip. 4- Dress- _
I  · Let 15. Best set of 3 pieces of 5· Germlde SUP-
n 1 In = uuderweme 6. Sacque (crocheted,
’ · knitted, embroid-
i HAND WORK €1.€d)_
Ht Ol _ SUll£lbl11tY,·d€SlgH'3Hd workman- Lot 33. Best Child,S mmpm,
Wm V ship considered. Suit
n_mu_ I mass D_..LLmch€0n Sets Lot 34. Best boy’s suit (pre-
.' LOE 16. Best e m b r 0 i d e 1* e d ScnOO1)·
ln`°‘ 1 (French and Eyelet) Lot 35. Best child’s dress (pre-
his js Lot 17. Best cross stitched. School)-
HU Lot 18_ Best h B m S t i L C h G d Lot 36. Made—over class:
QH * · (bend). 1. chime coat.
‘ Lot 19. Best crochet trimmed. 2. Child’s dress.
. Lot 20. Best hand woven. 3. Boy’s suit.

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Class H.-—JuveniIe Class Class J.—Mi|linery  {
(machine made) Lot 57. Best hat for general  
purpose.  5»
Lot 37. Best envelope chemise. Lot 58. Best dress hat.  
Lot 38. Best bloomers.  `
A Lot 39. Best nightgown. Class K.—Quilts and Bed ;g 
Lot 40. Best petticoat. Spreads  
Lot 41. Best slip. Lot 59. Best appliqued bed  
Lot 42. Best simple wash spread.  ?·
dress. Lot 60. Best tufted bed spread,  
Lot 43. Best bungalow apron. Lot 61. Best embroidered bed  7
Lot 44. Best smock or middy. spread. »
Lot 45. Best wash skirt. Lot 62. Best quilt-modern.  ·
Lot 46. Best summer dress. Lot 63. Best quilt—antique.  
Lot 47. Best wool dress. Class L._COvcrlcts  i
Lot 4S' Best Wool Sklm Lot 64 Best hand woven cover- ° 
Lot 49. Best silk dress. ` let  i
Lot 50. Best made-over dress. ` r
Lot 51. Best kimona. Class M.—Rugs  -
Lot 52. Best patching on gar- Lot 65. Best hand woven mg. Y
ment. Lot 66. Best hooked rug.  I
L0t 53· Best d¤1`HiHg OH gal`- Lot 67. Best braided rug.  I
ment. Lot GS. Best crocheted rug.  
Class N.-—Dress Form  _
Class I.-Dyeing Lot 69. Best gummed paper, 1
Lot 54. Best dyed cotton or Shguackem cOV€?€d' l
. mounted dress form.
linen garment. ’
Lot 55. Best dyed silk garment. Class O.—Basketry  _
Lot 56. Best dyed wool gar- Lot 70. Best woven basket.  `
ment. Lot 71. Best sewed basket.
` DEPARTMENT OF FOOD p
Class A.—Yeast Breads Class B.-Cake ’
Lot 1. *Best loaf white bread. Lot 5' 1%% Sp_O?g€ cake  
Lot 2 Best loaf whole wheat (wlthout lung).
‘ bread Lot 6. Best angel food cake
' (without icing).
Mt 3· Best Z€¤ parker tot 7. Best light layer- cake
. ·· house rolls. (iC€d)_
Lot 4. Best dozen plain yeast Lot S. Best chocolate l3Y€1‘ [
buns. cake (iced). ·
*Loaf~3x3%x·1%. inches—1 lb. dough.
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  Lgt 9, Best spice loaf cake Lot 30. Best sweet cucumber
 3 (without icing). pickles.
eral  it Lot j0_ Best fruit cake (with- Lot 31. Best jar dill pickles
  out icing).
l   class C.-Cookies (without Class H·—Camwd Fruits
 i. icing) Let 32- Best jar canned cucy.
I- dozen su ar Ties-
bgd   Lot It lggiiigsr g Lot 33. Best jar berries (black-
ead.   Let 12. Best dozen molasses berries. raspberries,
bed t-  cookies. tegeeberrles).
  Lot 13. Best dozen ginger Let 34· Best Jar Pee-Ghes.
l.  r snaps. Lot 35’ Best jar peere-
>.  - Lot 14. Best dozen hermits. L°t 36* Beet lar ¤DDles.
. L°t 37· Best le? apple sauce.
 t Class D.——Dairy Products Let 38* Best lar StYe·Wbe1‘1`ies.
WST. { Lot 15. Best pound butter. Let 39* Bs et eelle€tl0¤—slX
 I Lot 16. Best cottage cheese. meds et fruit (3 large,
 L Lot 17. Best home made Amer- 3 Smell)-
mg `f ican cheese.
  Class E.-Jelly Class I`—Cann€d Vegetables
 ’ Lot 18. Best glass blackberry Let 4e- Best jar asparagus.
g-  . jcuy. Let 41- Best jar string beeus.
 - Lot 19. Best glass grape jelly. Let 42- Best jar corn (piut
apgyy _ Lot 20. Best glass apple jelly. lei`). .
Eyed,   Lot 21. Best glass crabapple Let 43- Best jar greens.
,,.,,._  _ jcuy. * Let 44- Best jar peas (pint
Lot 22. Best glass plum jelly. lei`).
 . Lot 23. Best glass quince jelly. Let 45- Best jar tomatoes.
’t·  ` Lot 24. Best collection 4 kinds Let 46- Best jar baby beets.
li- ‘ of jeuy. Lei 47. Best jar small carrots.
 ` Lot 48. Best collection of 6
_CtasS F*T'P"°$°"V°S · kinds of vegetables.
 · Lot 20. Best jar cherry pre-
. serves.
cake Lot 26. Best jar strawberry Class J.—Carmed Meets
  preservee Lot 49. Best jar canned beef.
cake - L°t 27* Best jar Beech pm` Lot 50. Best jar canned pork.
serves. Lot 51. Best jar canned
Cake · Lot 28. Best jar blackberry Chicken
jam. Lot 52. Best jar canned
layer Class G.—PickIes sausage.
Lot 29. Best sour cucumber Lot 53. Best collection, 3 kinds
· pickles canned meat.
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class K.-Candy Lot 57. Best lf; lb. peanut brit.  
Lot 54. Best M; lb. chocolate tle. 4  i
fudge. Lot 58. Best Mi lb. molasses  {
Lot 55. Best % lb. divinity taify. Z. 
7 fudge, Lot 59. Best Eé lb. caramels,  Q
Lot 56. Best ${2 lb. dipped  
chocolate fondant.  _
Note:—Fruit and vegetables for exhibit purposes should be canned in  ,
white glass jars so that the true color of the product can be seen. _ 5
SCORE CARDS FOR CLOTHING  L
Tailored Garments*  it Y
Materials used, including trimmings ........................................................ 20  
Suitability to design and purpose of garment ................ 10 ~_
Durability of materials ........................................................ 5 3
Cleaning qualities .................................................................. 5  1
Design and color .............................................................................................. 20 —
Suitability to purpose ............................................................ 5  i
Beauty of line and color ...................................................... 10  ·
Individuality ............................................................................ 5  g E
Worlrinansliip ................................................................................................., 50 _—  t
Detail of construction .......................................................... 30 ; 
Seams. L?  U
Collar and Iacings.   0
Pockets and fastenings. ‘ f_
Lining.   Y
Tailored appearance .............................................................. 15  .. S
Pressing .................................................................................... 5 i
_ Relation of garment value to cost in time and money .......................... 10  `
TOTAL SCORE ...................................................................... 100 V
V Hats* 1
A home maker can usually save more by making her own hats  W K
than by any other sewing. However, there is no one item of a womairs ·
costume which so influences her appearance as her hat and no phase t
of home sewing which has produced such poor results. It is essential  O
that these points be kept in mind in judging such contests and that -
high standards be set and maintained.  
General appearance ..........................................,__.,,,,_,___,_.___,__________________________ 10 I V
~ ‘ Materials ...................................................................................... . .......,,.......... 20 _`
Suitability to design and purpose ,_________________,___________________ 10 ` ,
Combination of textures ...._,,.._____,_______,_______ _ _______________________ 5  ‘ ('
Durability .................................................................................. 5 y
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m`  E} Design and color ..-----»------Y-------· · —---—--—----·»-—------——-—-—-—-————--———--------·-—--—-—-----—------ 40
 , pygpgrtions of thc hilt .---------------------»—»-----—--------- -— -·-—------------ 10
SES   Relation oi width of brim to size and height of
{  crown.
L  Q, Chgjcg and use of trimming »..........................................—.... 10
  Comp eombin:1tiOHS .....i.»...................-....»--Y.-·-.-----..· · -------.-.-·-- 10
  Suitability oi design to purpose ........................................ 5
. in  , individuality and style -----»--------·-·------·--—--—---------»----—·---------·-- 5
  ~ Wo1·k1nauShll> ------»------—------ — ——-—-——·-—···————--————·———·—-·-·--··-·——·---·-------·-------——---·---—---—-— 20
‘-.- Choice of stitches and finishes .........e................................ 10
}  Technic ..............------- - ----»»»·-----»---··---------------·-------·—-------·--------·--- 10
 f value in relation to cost in time and money .......................................i.. 10
20   t
 .; TOTAL SCORE .............,...............».......,.................i.............. 100
20 Q Handwork*
  The following score card is intended for the scoring of luncheon
  sets, dresser scarfs, bedspreads, liandkercliiefs, bags, and other house-
, hold articles and clothing accessories in which design has been in-
00 f troduced by some hind of handwork.
  There is no field of endeavor in which more time is wasted and
 { more inartistic and inappropriate results obtained than in handwork _
 A on these articles. In scoring them, therefore, true beauty and use—
r fulness should be emphasized.
0 Value of articles in relation to work done and material used ______________ 25
 . Suitability of materials ..........................i.....................,........_.__.________________ __ 20
  Textures ...............................................,.................._.....__,.___.____ 10
10  ' Kind of fibers ...........................,..._......__,..._._.______,__________________ _ 5
"' ~ Thread used ..............................................,.......__....._._._._____._____ 5
100  _ Size.
 ; Type 1 T
hats r Design and color ........_........_...._.......____.i.__.,_.____,__________________,________________,________ 25
mfg  » Appropriateness of design to material .............__....____,.___ 5
msg  ‘, Subordination of design to the purpose of article .......... 5
Rial  · Adaptation of design to the area ____,___________________________________ 5
that i Quality of rhythm, harmony and balance ....__....__....___.__ 5
= C`ll0iCc of color combination ............._.......__...._______.__.________ 5
10  K “YOl'klll2`t1lShl1) ____ Y ___________________________ _ __________________________________________________ ‘_ __4__________  
20 , Choice and neatness of stitches, seams, hems, etc .... . 15
. P¤1`f€Cti0n of stitching ...._.....__..____,.._._.__________________________._____, l0
- @01101111 appearance _________________________,________________ _ ___________________________________________ 5
 ; TOTAL SCORE .............................._.........__.,,..............,.......... 100 `
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Outer Garments for Adu|ts*  
Materials used, including trimming ...............»..................................,..____ _ 30  
Suitability to design and purpose of dress .................... 15 S 
_ Durability of materials ........................................................ 10 _; 
Laundering and cleaning qualities .................................... 5  
Design and color ..,........................................................................................, 20  `_
Suitability to occasion .......................................................... 10  g
Individuality .................,.......,.................................................. 5  
Beauty of line and color ......................................,................. 5  i
VVorkmanship ...................................l........................................................._.__, 30 i
Choice and neatness of seams, henis, finishes, etc ....... 15  Q
Perfection of stitching (hand or machine) ......,...,......... 15  
General appearance .............,.......................l........l.............................l.......____ 10  Y
Cleanliness ,,_...__....,...,,.............................................,.............. 5  
Pressing ...........................................,........................................ 5  I
Relation of garment value to cost in time and money .._..._._....,__,_______ 10 {
TOTAL SCORE ..,............................................,..,........._____,____ 100  
Children’s Garments* S  A
Materials used, including trimmings .........................,............,,......_,____1___ 20  
Suitability to design and purpose of garment .............,.. 10  Y
Durability of niaterials ......................................................_. 5 ‘
Laundering and cleaning qualities .............................,.... 5  ”
Design and color ....,...,..............................................................,....,___,,._._,__,_1 40 Z 
Suitability to child .............................,....................,._._........_ 20 Y
Comfort.
Protection.
Ease of putting on and removing.
Beauty of line and color ....................................................._ 10  .
Simplicity ................................................................e...__.,___,,..,,_ 5
Suitability to occasion .........................................._.,..._...__,_,_ 5
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