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Middlesex County Fair

Quilts

Division 6 – Quilts

Division Contact

Chairperson: Laura – 732-846-6316
E-mail: quilts@middlesexcountyfair.com

Division Rules

View general rules and regulations

1. Please read and follow all the general rules and regulations.
2. Please note on entry form and entry card quilt pattern name or if design is original.
3. Commercial or professionals are excluded from competition except for quilt tops
quilted by commercial long-arm programmable or hand-guided machine (Section
C).
4. Quilts will consist of two layers of fabric with batting between.
5. Group Projects (Section D-10 or E10) may be entered by any non-professionals
when more than one person is involved in the work, listing the group involved on
the entry form.
6. For judging purposes, name of quilter must be covered on projects (i.e., masking
tape over quilting signatures).

Adults 18 years and over

SECTION A – BED QUILTS (Quilting done by hand)

Class 1 – Pieced work
Class 2 – Appliqué (design is created entirely by appliqué and quilting)
Class 3 – Appliqué and Pieced combined (may include some decorative embroidery
work)
Class 4 – Quilted only (i.e., white-on-white)
Class 5 – Combined techniques (i.e., machine-pieced/hand-quilted)
Class 6 – Any other

SECTION B – BED QUILTS (Quilting done by machine)

Class 1 – Pieced work
Class 2 – Appliqué (design is created entirely by appliqué and quilting)
Class 3 – Appliqué and Pieced combined (may include some decorative embroidery
work)
Class 4 – Quilted only (i.e., white-on-white)
Class 5 – Combined techniques (i.e., hand-pieced/machine-quilted)
Class 6 – Any other

SECTION C – QUILTS

(Quilt tops made by exhibitor quilted by commercial long-arm
programmable or hand-guided machine)

Class 1 – Pieced (60” square or larger)
Class 2 – Appliqué (60” square or larger)
Class 3 – Appliqué and Pieced combined (60” square or larger)
Class 4 – Lap Quilt (45” square or larger)
Class 5 – Baby Quilt (approximately 30” x 48”)
Class 6 – Any other

SECTION D – MISCELLANEOUS QUILTS

Class 1 – Mini quilts (under 24″ square)
Class 2 – Doll Quilts (24″ to 36″ square)
Class 3 – Baby/Crib quilts (Approx. 30″ x 48″)
Class 4 – Lap quilts (45″ square or larger)
Class 5 – Wall Hangings (ready to hang)
a) Hand stitched
b) Machine stitched
c) Iron-on appliqué (specify stitching involved)
Class 6 – Pictorial Quilts (specify stitching involved)
Class 7 – Memory Quilts (photo, autograph, etc.)
Class 8 – “Charm” Quilts (same size pieces but all different fabrics).
Class 9 – Embellished Quilts (buttons, lace, charms, etc.)
Class 10 – Group Project (work done by more than one person, i.e.; Girl Scouts,
Church groups, clubs, etc.)
Class 11 – Quilts using pre-printed panels or quilt designs
Class 12 – Art Quilts
a) Quilts under 24″ square
b) Quilts over 24″ square

SECTION E – “QUILTS,” COVERLETS (Unquilted)

Class 1 – Pieced
Class 2 – Embroidered
Class 3 – Appliqué
Class 4 – Tied
Class 5 – “Crazy Quilt”
Class 6 – Yo-yo quilts
Class 7 – Cross stitch
a) Counted
b) Stamped
Class 8 – Wool
Class 9 – Chenille (Frayed – edged)
Class 10 – Group project (work done by more than one person)
Class 11 – Any other

SECTION F – QUILTED ARTICLES

Class 1 – Wearables
a) Jackets
b) Vests
c) Fashion accessories
d) Any other
Class 2 – Holiday items
a) Stockings
b) Ornaments
c) Tree skirts
d) Wall hangings
e) Any other
Class 3 – Household accessories
a) Table runners
b) Place mats
c) Any other

DIVISION 6-A QUILTS

For exhibitors 13-17 years of age
Use same Sections and Classes as Adults.

DIVISION 6-B QUILTS

For exhibitors 12 years and younger
Use same Sections and Classes as Adults.

DIVISION 6- S SPECIAL PARTICIPANT QUILTS

For exhibitors of any age with special developmental needs and abilities.
Use same Sections and Classes as Adults.