1. Review General Rules.
2. The plan from which the exhibited was constructed must be attached to the article. The plan
may be a photocopy, actual pattern or a scale drawing. It must be complete and accurate to the
extent that a duplicate article could be built using the plan as a guide. In addition, include a list
and cost of materials, plus amount of time spent on constructing and finishing the article. This
list should include all wood, hardware, finishing supplies, etc. Any project that has glass that is
not secured (glass shelves, glass top of a coffee table, etc.) should not be brought to the fair.
Glass that is secured in the project (glass front of a gun case or cabinet, etc.) is permissible since
it cannot be removed from the project.
3. Designate on the entry tag whether your article is original. Also designate if the article was
constructed in school as a woodworking or shop project. See class 2405. Projects made from
pre-cut kits are not allowed.
4. In judging woodworking articles, consideration will be given to: Workmanship, including
accuracy to the plan; Design; Choice of wood; suitability and quality of finish; and usefulness.
2400 - Woodwork articles for farm or shop use. Articles not usually requiring a fine finish other
than protection in some cases. Also articles which are include functional equipment and most
cases non-decorative. Example: Work and shop benches, tool holders and boxes, special shop
tools and equipment, feeders and water containers, livestock equipment, poultry and rabbit
houses, blocking stand, salt holders, ladders, vices and sawhorses.
2401 - Lawn Furniture. Used mainly outdoors, except farm and shop equipment. Furniture is
decorative in nature. Ex: Lawn tables, chair and benches, lawn ornaments and figurines, trellises
and plant supports, fences, screens, gates, mail boxes, markers and signs, planter boxes.
2402 - Household Furniture. Used mainly indoors, of a finer quality and finish. They can be
decorative as well as functional. Usually does not include a piece of strictly working equipment
such as a rough laundry tub stand, etc. Example: Book cases and book ends, picture frames and
mirrors, sewing boxes, display cases, tables, benches, chairs, stools, chest, beds, lamps, gun
racks, hall trees.
2403 - Other Woodwork. Articles that do not fit in other classes usually have a quality of work
or function that is different from those described above. Example: Bird houses and feeders, dog
houses and pet equipment, kitchen equipment; knife rack, cutting board, etc., window sticks, toys
and play equipment, broom and mop rack, shoe shine kits, boot jacks, boat and marine
2405 - All articles constructed as a school woodworking project.
(If quality merits)
Champion and Reserve Champion Junior
Champion and Reserve Champion Intermediate
Champion and Reserve Champion Senior
Grand Champion and Reserve Grand Champion Woodworking
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