The St Wulstan’s Robin Walker Trophy will be awarded to the winner of the Handicraft section.

Please note, the Handicraft Section will be staged and judged on Saturday 10th August.

Section Rules

  • Each exhibit will have a maximum display space of 610mm x 610mm, including the frame, unless otherwise stated.
  • Embroidery kits are allowed. If a kit is used, please state it is a kit.
  • Do not re-enter items entered in previous years.
  • Computerised work entered into Class 816 A papercraft item, will be discounted.
  • An exhibitor may enter up to two entries per class.
Class 801Handmade toy, suitable for a child under the age of eleven, using any medium
Class 802A woodwork or metal work item

Class 803Any hand-knitted child’s garment
Class 804Any hand-knitted adult’s garment

Class 805Any hand-knitted accessory
Class 806Any crochet garment

Class 807Any crochet accessory
Class 808Item of jewellery, any medium

Class 809Quilt/quilted item (display folded, not to exceed 610mm x 610mm)

Class 810Any unframed embroidery item, framed or unframed
Class 811A small framed cross stitch item, anything smaller than A4.
Class 812A large framed cross stitch item, anything A4 or bigger.
Class 813One child’s garment, sewn by hand or machine
Class 814A felted item, needle/wet/mixed

Class 815A print craft e.g. silk screen, lino cut, wood block

Class 816A papercraft item

Class 817A thrift item – articles must be made from scraps, oddments and anything else which would otherwise be thrown away. Must state original item/s and previous use (not to exceed 610mm overall)

Class 818A visibly mended item - make a feature of your beautifully scarred items (not to exceed 610mm overall)

Class 819Miscellaneous craft, anything made by hand which cannot be entered in any of the
above classes
Class 820New A display of three items from three different crafts. Accessories may be used to enhance the display, but the items to be judged must be listed or individually titled.

*Prize Winning Class*

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