Consumer Clothing

CONSUMER CLOTHING - 2014

THURSDAY - JULY 10 - 8:30 – 9:00 A.M. Project Check-in NOTEBOOKS (include descriptions of outfit.)

12:30 P.M. - Check In for Modeling

JUDGING; 1:00 P.M. - Judging Begins

 State Fair Exhibits:  One from Divisions 1, 2 and 3;  One from Divisions 4, 5 & 6 and One from Divisions 7 & above

 BEGINNER:  Division 1 (3rd graders), Division 2 (4th graders) and Division 3 (5th graders)

PROJECT COMPLETION:  Complete one activity from each group in the Level 1 Consumer Clothing manual. Write your results or answers in a notebook. Label each activity. This will help you talk to the judge easily.

Help purchase an item of clothing that you'll wear with other clothes in your wardrobe. Examples might be slacks, blouse, jeans, shirt, sweater, or sweatshirt. Choose an accessory to go with your purchase. You might buy shoes, sweatband, belt, jewelry, or socks.

Turn in completed record sheet.

 EXHIBIT: A notebook AND model your purchases. Tell the judge about them, what you learned, and about the activities you completed.

  INTERMEDIATE:  Division 4 (6th graders), Division 5 (7th graders) and Division 6 (8th graders)

PROJECT COMPLETION:  Complete one activity from each group in the Level 2 Consumer Clothing manual. Write your results or answers in a notebook. Label each activity. This will help you talk to the judge easily.

Purchase and accessorize a casual or school outfit. You may purchase accessories or select from items you already own.

Turn in completed record sheet.

EXHIBIT: A notebook AND model your outfit. Tell the judge about your purchases, what you learned, and about the activities you completed.

 

 ADVANCED:  Division 7 (9th graders), Division 8 (10th graders), Division 9 (11th graders) and Division 10 (12th graders)

PROJECT COMPLETION:  Complete one activity from each group in the Level 3 Consumer Clothing manual. Write your results or answers in a notebook. Label each activity. This will help you talk to the judge easily.

Choose an outfit and accessorize it. You may purchase or select from items you already own.

Turn in completed record sheet.

EXHIBIT: A notebook AND model your outfit. Tell the judge about your purchases, what you learned, and about the activities you completed and how you plan to use this year's purchases in your future wardrobe.

 

By Melva A Stamberger, Extension Educator - 4-H Youth Development
The Educational Store