Preview schedule 2018 - RASV

 
 
Preview schedule 2018 - RASV
PREVIEW
SCHEDULE               ART, CRAFT
2018                   & COOKERY
                      COMPETITION




           Conducted by
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The Royal Melbourne Show Art, Craft &
Cookery Competition showcases the best
home-grown talent from around Australia,
attracting over 4,000 entries from more
than 900 exhibitors across 300 classes.

Entries are showcased at the Makers
Pavilion exhibition, one of the largest of
its kind, attracting thousands of keen
spectators during the Royal Melbourne
Show.

From photography to fashion, embroidery
to preserves and decorated cakes, the Art,
Craft & Cookery competition encourages
creativity and passion at all skill levels.
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PREVIEW
SCHEDULE 2018


The Royal Agricultural Society of Victoria Limited
ABN 66 006 728 785 ACN 006 728 785
Melbourne Showgrounds
Epsom Road, Ascot Vale VIC 3032
Telephone +61 3 9281 7444
Facsimile +61 3 9281 7592
www.rasv.com.au


List of Office Bearers          As at 12/02/2018
Patron 	Her Excellency the Hon Linda Dessau AC —
         Governor of Victoria
Board of Directors              MJ (Matthew) Coleman
                                CGV (Catherine) Ainsworth
                                DS (Scott) Chapman
                                D (Darrin) Grimsey
                                AJ (Alan) Hawkes
                                NE (Noelene) King OAM
                                JA (Joy) Potter
                                PJB (Jason) Ronald OAM



Chairman	M. J. Coleman
Chief Executive Officer         P. Guerra
Company Secretary               J. Perry

Committee	S. Campbell-Wright
           M. Laws
           C. Sheppard
           P. Mawson
           L. Zito
           M. Sanders
           K. Wheaton-Penniall
           L. Compton
Competition Co-ordinator	Ramona Barry
                          Telephone: 03 9281 7481
                          Email: artcraftcookery@rasv.com.au
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THE POPULAR CHOICE                                                               THE ROYAL CHILDREN'S
AWARD                                                                            HOSPITAL CUDDLY TOY
PCA1S - THE POPULAR CHOICE AWARD
Best Exhibit as voted by Show Patrons - open to all Art, Craft &
                                                                                 ACQUISITION CLASS
Decorated Cake classes.                                                          ENTRY FEES: $0.00 Member, $0.00 Non Member
PCA2S - THE POPULAR CHOICE AWARD, SHOW PATRON
Prize randomly chosen and given to a Show Patron who has                         NUMBER OF ENTRIES: Exhibitors may enter as many toys as desired
participated in the voting of The                                                in this class but must fill in an entry form to indicate the number of
Popular Choice Award.                                                            intended entries.


THE TEA COSY COLLECTIVE                                                          NOTE: These exhibits will not be returned to the exhibitor at the end of
                                                                                 the Royal Melbourne Show but will be retained by the RASV to be
                                                                                 presented to the Royal Children’s Hospital.
ENTRY FEES: $0.00 Member, $0.00 Non Member

Proudly Supporting Dementia Australia                                            RCH1 - CUDDLY TOY ACQUISITION CLASS
Knit, crochet and/or sew a tea cosy, enter it in The Tea Cosy                    The toy may be crocheted, knitted machine or handmade from felt or
Collective and in doing so help to support patients, carers and families         fabric. Toy must be made from all new materials, come from a smoke-
coping with dementia. For every entry received, a donation will be               free environment, and not contain any animal or pet hair. Any eyes or
made to Dementia Australia. Tea cosies will be on display and Show               other embellishments must be firmly sewn on and not glued.
Patrons will have the opportunity to vote for their favourite cosy.              The judging criteria will include the usual standards of toy construction,
                                                                                 tensions where applicable, appropriateness of fabrics and yarns,
NUMBER OF ENTRIES: Exhibitors may enter as many tea cosies as                    originality and finishing plus the suitability of the toy as a
desired in this class but must fill in an entry form to indicate the             cuddle/comfort toy for a child. All toys donated to RCH for fundraising
number of intended entries.                                                      purposes.


NOTE: Cosies may be collected or donated for use by Dementia
                                                                                 MASTERS OF MILLINERY
Australia for a fundraising project.
                                                                                 ENTRY FEES: $0.00 Member, $0.00 Non Member

TEA1 - THE TEA COSY COLLECTIVE                                                   MOM1 - MASTERS OF MILLINERY
Tea cosies may be knitted, crocheted, sewn and embroidered or                    Millinery Association of Australia Members Invitational Class. Prize
embellished. They need to be functional and fit a 4 to 6 cup tea pot.            awarded one year association membership.
Any style or design but for those cosy makers who enjoy the challenge
of a theme: Time to Celebrate! Birthdays, weddings, graduations,
new homes, travel, friends, family - creatively express how you
celebrate important milestones.
                                                                                 ART COMPETITION
                                                                                 ENTRY FEES: $18.00 Member, $25.00 Non Member

HAVE A GO                                                                        Items made available for sale incur additional $10 handling and
                                                                                 administration fee.
                                                                                 35% Royalty on Sales (See Special Regulations for further
ENTRY FEES: $6.00 Member, $6.00 Non Member                                       information)
Open to first time exhibitors who have never previously entered the              Limited wall space is available. However the RASV will endeavour
Royal Melbourne Show, Art, Craft & Cookery Competition.                          to hang all entries.

HAV1 - ONE BALL WONDER CHALLENGE                                                 NUMBER OF ENTRIES:
Knit or crochet a project using just one ball of wool. For example               Maximum of 3 entries by an individual exhibitor in this section.
washcloth, drawstring bag, necklace, cuff, collar, headband, cup, cosy,
baby hat or booties. Entries judged on creativity. Using a portion of the        NOTE: Size of entry must be no larger than 100cm x 100cm,
ball is acceptable.                                                              including frame. All works must be original.

                                                                                 EXHIBITS THAT DO NOT MEET THE CRITERIA FOR EACH
HAV2 - BLUE RIBBON RECIPE - FAMILY FAVOURITE CAKE                                SECTION OR THE REGULATIONS AS SET OUT IN THIS
Enter your ‘famous’ family favourite. Any tin, shape or flavour. May be          SCHEDULE WILL NOT BE JUDGED OR DISPLAYED.
iced or uniced.
NOTE: No fresh cream. Exhibits will be judged on taste and
appearance.                                                                      ART1S - BEST IN SHOW ART
                                                                                 Eligible Classes: ART2 - ART8
HAV3 - BLUE RIBBON RECIPE - RELISH CHALLENGE
Enter your famous family favourite relish recipe.                                ART2 - FIGURATIVE 2D ARTWORK
NOTE: Exhibit must be in a plain glass jar. Approx size 250g. All jars           Human or animal forms: any medium. Includes Mixed Media.
to have paraffin or cellophane seals. If paraffin is used, it must be thin
and readily removable. Jars must be clean for presentation. The judge            ART3 - STILL LIFE 2D ARTWORK
reserves the right to reject any food items that are not to a standard           Any medium. Includes Mixed Media.
expected. All exhibits are to be labelled with flavour and date.
Exhibit ticket and label must be on the same face. Please place
another exhibit ticket on the lid of jars for identification purposes.           ART4 - RURAL, URBANSCAPE OR SEASCAPE 2D ARTWORK-
                                                                                 INCLUDES MIXED MEDIA
                                                                                 Any medium.




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ART5 - PRINTMAKING - RELIEF PRINTING                                         CRAFT COMPETITION
Print making on paper using any relief method (woodcut, linocut, wood
engraving). Prints must be suitably framed to be hung OR framed with         ENTRY FEES: $11.00 Member, $15.00 Non Member
mount board for Velcro dot application. Size: Not to exceed size limit
100cm x 100cm including frame.                                               EXHIBITS THAT DO NOT MEET THE CRITERIA OF EACH
                                                                             SECTION OR REGULATIONS AS SET OUT IN THIS SCHEDULE
ART6 - PRINTMAKING - INTAGLIO                                                WILL NOT BE JUDGED OR DISPLAYED.
Printmaking on paper using Intaglio method (engraving, etching,              NUMBER OF ENTRIES:
drypoint, mezzotint, aquatint, lithography). Prints must be suitably         No limit on entries unless otherwise stated under the section notes.
framed to be hung OR framed with mount board for velcro dot
application.                                                                 CRA1S - FLORENCE MONOD MEMORIAL AWARD AND BEST IN
                                                                             SHOW CRAFT
ART7 - SMALL SCULPTURAL WORK                                                 Given in pursuit of excellence and chosen from the Best Exhibit from
Any Medium must not exceed 50cmx 50cm Including any plinth or                each craft class in memory of the long service given by the late Mrs
support.                                                                     Florence Monod.
                                                                             Eligible Classes: HAV1, RCH1, MOM1, CRA3, CRA4, CRA5S,
ART8 - TABLET ART                                                            CRA11S, CRA15S, CRA18S, CRA28S, CRA31S, CRA43S, CRA47S,
Create a drawing using a tablet device. A maximum of three (3) entries       CRA51S, CRA64S, CRA69S, CRA73S, CRA80, CRA81S, CRA87S,
per class per exhibitor applies.                                             CRA95S, CRA100S, CRA113S, CRA118S, CRA133S, CRA136S,
NOTE: To be presented on mount board, not in frames not exceeding            CRA143S, RES1S, RES8S
A4. Work must be printed on either matt or gloss photography paper.          CRA2S - MOST SUCCESSFUL EXHIBITOR - CRAFT
All images must be the original work of the exhibitor. NEW                   Three points will be awarded for 1st place in each class, two points for
                                                                             2nd place, and one point for 3rd place. In the event of a tie, a count-

PHOTOGRAPHY                                                                  back will take place.
                                                                             Eligible Classes: CRA3, CRA4, CRA6 - CRA10, CRA12 - CRA14,

COMPETITION
                                                                             CRA16, CRA17, CRA19 - CRA27, CRA32 - CRA42, CRA44 - CRA46,
                                                                             CRA48 - CRA50, CRA52 - CRA63, CRA65 - CRA68, CRA70 - CRA72,
                                                                             CRA74 - CRA77, CRA80, CRA82 - CRA86, CRA89 - CRA94, CRA96 -
                                                                             CRA99, CRA101 - CRA112, CRA114 - CRA117, CRA119 - CRA125,
ENTRY FEES: $15.00 Member, $20.00 Non Member
                                                                             CRA127 - CRA130, CRA134, CRA135, CRA137 - CRA142, CRA144 -
                                                                             CRA153, RES2 - RES7, RES9 - RES14
Items made available for sale incur additional $10 handling and

                                                                             CREATIVE DESIGN CHALLENGE
administration fee.
35% Royalty on Sales (See Special Regulations for further
information)
                                                                             NOTE: Kit or project pieces will not be accepted.
NUMBER OF ENTRIES:
A maximum of four (4) entries per class per exhibitor applies.
                                                                             CRA3 - CREATIVE DESIGN CHALLENGE - PIN CUSHION
NOTE: To be presented on mount board, not in frames. Size including
                                                                             Create a handcrafted pin cushion from any material using any
mount must not exceed 40cm x 50cm (16”x 20”). Image must be
                                                                             technique. Pin cushions will be judged on technique and creativity.
printed on either matt or gloss photography paper. All images must be
the original work of the exhibitor.
                                                                             CRA4 - CREATIVE DESIGN CHALLENGE - ROSETTE
DECLARATION OF LEGAL RIGHTS.                                                 Celebrate the Royal Melbourne Show by creating a handcrafted
On signing the entry form, it is declared that the exhibitor possesses       rosette from any material using any technique. Rosettes will be judged
the legal rights to present the work and content. For privacy reasons,       on technique and creativity.
exhibitors of photographs depicting persons must be able to prove the
permission of the person, if required.

EXHIBITS THAT DO NOT MEET THE CRITERIA FOR EACH
                                                                             BASKETRY
SECTION OR REGULATIONS AS SET OUT IN THE SCHEDULE                            NOTE: Exhibits in all classes must not be larger than 55cm x 55cm
WILL NOT BE JUDGED OR DISPLAYED.                                             including any handles.

PHY1S - BEST IN SHOW PHOTOGRAPHY                                             CRA5S - BEST EXHIBIT BASKETRY
Eligible Classes: PHY2 - PHY7                                                Eligible Classes: CRA6 - CRA10

PHY2 - PORTRAIT - PEOPLE
Colour/Black and White.                                                      NOVICE
PHY3 - PORTRAIT - ANIMAL                                                     NOVICE: An Exhibitor with no more than two years’ experience in
Colour/Black and White.                                                      this section and who has not won a 1st prize in this section at any
                                                                             Royal Show.
PHY4 - ARCHITECTURE/CONSTRUCTION
Colour/Black and White.                                                      CRA6 - NOVICE BASKETRY WOVEN
                                                                             Natural and/or man made fibres.
PHY5 - NATURAL ENVIRONMENT
Colour/Black and White.                                                      CRA7 - NOVICE BASKETRY COILED
                                                                             Natural and/or Man Made Fibres
PHY6 - PHOTOGRAPHY THEME: TIME TO CELEBRATE
Colour/Black and White. Capture a moment of celebration.

PHY7 - EXPERIMENTAL PHOTOGRAPHY
Colour/Black and White.



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OPEN                                                                            CROCHET
OPEN: Competition open to all.                                                  NOTE: No mount may exceed 40cm. Exhibitors are requested to
                                                                                attach doilies and small pieces of crochet to a firm piece of cardboard
                                                                                at the top only, for judging and display purposes.
CRA8 - BASKETRY WOVEN
Natural or Synthetic fibres.
                                                                                CRA18S - BEST EXHIBIT CROCHET
CRA9 - BASKETRY COILED                                                          Eligible Classes: CRA19 - CRA27
Natural or Synthetic fibres.

CRA10 - BASKETRY FREEFORM                                                       NOVICE
Made from manmade and/or natural fibres. Using alternative
techniques (for example: knit, wire work, crochet, stitched into basket         NOVICE: An Exhibitor with no more than two years’ experience in
form). Natural or Synthetic fibres. NEW                                         this section and who has not won a 1st prize in this section at any
                                                                                Royal Show.


BOOKBINDING                                                                     CRA19 - NOVICE CROCHET CHALLENGE - TIME TO CELEBRATE!
                                                                                Crochet a length of party bunting in any yarn or design of choice.
CRA11S - BEST EXHIBIT BOOK BINDING                                              Exhibits will be judged on overall appearance , technique and
Eligible Classes: CRA12 - CRA14                                                 creativity. NEW


CRA12 - TRADITIONAL WESTERN BINDING                                             CRA20 - NOVICE CROCHET HOMEWARES
Using traditional hand binding techniques with minimal gilding and              For example: cushions, cosies, washcloths, knee rugs, fun food.
boards covered with leather, cloth and/or paper.
                                                                                CRA21 - NOVICE CROCHET ACCESSORIES
CRA13 - DESIGNER BINDING                                                        For example: mittens, beanies, hats, cuffs, bags.
Must include printed text. Any hand-bound book where the binding
and/or the decorative cover should be of relevance to the text. The
focus is on imagination and expression.                                         OPEN
CRA14 - CREATIVE ART BINDING                                                    OPEN: Competition open to all.
Entries in this category should be thought-provoking and creative in
the choice of materials and binding styles. Any materials may be used           CRA22 - CROCHET HOMEWARES AND ACCESSORIES
and the core does not have to be a printed text block.                          For example: Cushions, cosies, bags, beanies, mittens, cuffs,
Maximum size is A3.                                                             washcloths, knee rugs.


CERAMICS                                                                        CRA23 - CROCHET CHALLENGE - TIME TO CELEBRATE!
                                                                                Crochet a length of party bunting in any yarn or design of choice.
                                                                                Exhibits will be judged on overall appearance , technique and
CRA15S - BEST EXHIBIT CERAMICS                                                  creativity. NEW
Eligible Classes: CRA16, CRA17
                                                                                CRA24 - CROCHET DOILEY
CRA16 - CERAMICS - FUNCTIONAL ITEM                                              In cotton or linen thread. Maximum size 30cm diameter. Samples of
Exhibits may be made using any clay forming, firing or glazing                  yarn must be submitted with entry.
technique. Work must be original and entirely handmade by the
exhibitor. The use of a firing service is permitted if exhibitor does not       CRA25 - CROCHET BABY WEAR
have personal access to a kiln.                                                 Garment, outfit or shawl made for a baby from birth to 18 months old.
Size restriction: Exhibits must not exceed 35cm in any direction.

NOTE: No commercial moulds or prefabricated components will be                  CRA26 - CROCHET GARMENT
permitted.                                                                      A wearable article of crochet (child or adult). For example: jumper,
                                                                                shrug,wrap, dress, shawl.
CRA17 - CERAMICS - NON-FUNCTIONAL ITEM
Exhibits may be made using any clay forming, firing or glazing                  CRA27 - THE PATONS CROCHET CHALLENGE
technique. Work must be original and entirely handmade by the                   Entrants are required to crochet a Patons nominated
exhibitor. The use of a firing service is permitted if exhibitor does not       pattern (downloadable PDF at rasv.com.au)
have personal access to a kiln.                                                 Exhibits will be judged on overall appearance , technique and creativity
Size: Exhibits must not exceed 35cm in any direction.

NOTE: No commercial moulds or prefabricated components will be
permitted.




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EGGSHELL WORK                                                                    FELTING
All work must be the work of the exhibitor, no pre-cut kits allowed.             NOTE: Size of the article must not exceed 150cm x 150cm.


CRA28S - BEST EXHIBIT EGGSHELL WORK                                              CRA43S - BEST EXHIBIT FELTING
Eligible Classes: CRA29, CRA30                                                   Eligible Classes: CRA44 - CRA46

CRA29 - INTRICATELY CUT EGGSHELL WORK                                            CRA44 - WEARABLE FELT
Includes all eggshell work of predominately filigree cutting and with fine       May incorporate other textile techniques and/or materials. For
embellishment.                                                                   example: hat, garment, jacket, boots, scarf, jewellery. Must be
                                                                                 predominately felting.
CRA30 - ANY OTHER EGGSHELL DECORATING
For example: decoupage, bas relief, beading, novelty eggs.                       CRA45 - FELTED ARTICLE AND ACCESSORIES
                                                                                 May incorporate other textile techniques and/or other materials. For
                                                                                 example: soft furnishings, bags, cushions.
EMBROIDERY                                                                       CRA46 - NEEDLE FELTING
NOTE: Needlepoint canvaswork should be entered in the Needlework                 Includes soft furnishings, wall art, cushions, bags, and 3D
Tapestry section of the competition.                                             objects/items.

All Framed Pictures: Size of all framed works must not exceed 70cm
x 70cm. Must be presented ready to hang.                                         FOLK AND DECORATIVE ART
CRA31S - BEST EXHIBIT EMBROIDERY                                                 NOTE: No restriction on base materials. Originality of design taken
Eligible Classes: CRA32 - CRA42                                                  into account. Statement of originality to be supplied with exhibit at time
                                                                                 of delivery, not with entry form.

                                                                                 Size: Not to exceed 76cm x 122cm at base.
NOVICE                                                                           Please indicate approximate size in exhibit description on entry form.
                                                                                 Must be able to be easily handled by one person. Hanging devices
NOVICE: An Exhibitor with no more than two years’ experience in                  required (where appropriate).
this section and who has not won a 1st prize in this section at any
Royal Show.
                                                                                 CRA47S - BEST EXHIBIT FOLK AND DECORATIVE ART
                                                                                 Eligible Classes: CRA48 - CRA50
CRA32 - NOVICE CROSS STITCH ON AIDA CLOTH

CRA33 - NOVICE SURFACE STITCH EMBROIDERY                                         NOVICE
CRA34 - NOVICE SAMPLER CHALLENGE - TIME TO CELEBRATE!                            NOVICE: An Exhibitor with no more than two years’ experience in
Create a sampler marking a special occasion. Can be created using                this section and who has not won a 1st prize in this section at any
any embroidery technique.                                                        Royal Show.

                                                                                 CRA48 - NOVICE DECORATIVE
OPEN
OPEN: Competition open to all.
                                                                                 OPEN
CRA35 - CROSS STITCH ON AIDA CLOTH                                               OPEN: Competition open to all.

CRA36 - CREWEL EMBROIDERY                                                        CRA49 - DECORATIVE - INCLUDING CHRISTMAS AND
                                                                                 AUSTRALIAN THEMES
CRA37 - CROSS STITCH ON LINEN
                                                                                 CRA50 - TRADITIONAL
CRA38 - CREATIVE EMBROIDERY/MIXED MEDIA/ FREE MACHINE
EMBROIDERY
Creative embroidery may include the use of mixed media and /or free
machine embroidery. May include 3D items.

CRA39 - BEADWORK

CRA40 - STUMP WORK OR RAISED EMBROIDERY

CRA41 - METAL THREAD EMBROIDERY

CRA42 - SAMPLER CHALLENGE - TIME TO CELEBRATE!
Create a sampler marking a special occasion. Can be created using
any embroidery technique.




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KNITTING BY HAND                                                                KNITTING BY MACHINE
NOTE: All knitting to be done by hand and seams are to be hand                  NOTE: Items may be pressed for presentation.
worked, unless otherwise stated. Can be man made or natural fibres.
Edging may be crocheted. See RCH01 Acquisition Class for Soft and               CRA64S - BEST EXHIBIT KNITTING BY MACHINE
Cuddly Toy.                                                                     Eligible Classes: CRA65 - CRA68


CRA51S - BEST EXHIBIT KNITTING BY HAND                                          CRA65 - MACHINE KNITTED CHALLENGE MIXED MEDIA
Eligible Classes: CRA52 - CRA63                                                 ARTICLE
                                                                                Must be 70% machine knit. Can incorporate any surface
                                                                                embellishment, beading, stitch, felting etc. Any yarn or fibre.

NOVICE                                                                          CRA66 - MACHINE KNITTED GARMENT
NOVICE: An Exhibitor with no more than two years’ experience in                 A wearable item of clothing (child or adult). For example: jumper, skirt,
this section and who has not won a 1st prize in this section at any             cardigan, shrug, shawl. Any yarn or fibre. Cut & Sew method
Royal Show.                                                                     permitted.

                                                                                CRA67 - MACHINE KNITTED ACCESSORY/MACHINE KNITTED
CRA52 - NOVICE CHALLENGE - TIME TO CELEBRATE!                                   ACCESSORY
Knit a length of party bunting in any yarn or design of choice. Exhibits        Example: Bags, scarves, gloves, beanie, mittens, shrugs or wraps.
will be judged on overall appearance, technique and creativity NEW
                                                                                Any yarn or fibre permitted.

CRA53 - NOVICE KNITTED GARMENT                                                  CRA68 - MACHINE KNITTED HOMEWARES
A wearable article of knitting (child or adult). For example: jumper,           Example: cosies, cushions, bolsters, table runners. Any yarn fibre
skirt, vest, shrug, shawl.                                                      permitted.

CRA54 - NOVICE KNITTED ACCESSORIES
For example: bags, scarves, beanies, mittens, gloves, socks.
                                                                                LACE MAKING BY HAND
CRA55 - NOVICE KNITTED HOMEWARES                                                NOTE: Unframed. For display, entries may be attached to a board at
For example: cushions, knee rugs, fun food, cosies.                             the top only, to allow judges to view the back of the work. The board is
                                                                                limited to 3cm larger than the work. Ribbons, braid, buttons or beads
CRA56 - SOCK KNITTING BY HAND - NOVICE                                          are acceptable in the finished article. Please state if design is original.
Hand knit a pair of socks using wool or wool blend. Any size, style or
technique.                                                                      CRA69S - BEST EXHIBIT LACE
                                                                                Eligible Classes: CRA70 - CRA72

OPEN                                                                            CRA70 - TATTING

OPEN: Competition open to all.                                                  CRA71 - BOBBIN LACE

CRA57 - OPEN CHALLENGE - TIME TO CELEBRATE!                                     CRA72 - CONTEMPORARY WEARABLE LACE
Knit a length of party bunting in any yarn or design of choice. Exhibits        Using any lace technique create a wearable object (for example:
will be judged on overall appearance, technique and creativity NEW              brooch, necklace, earrings, choker, gloves). Alternative materials
                                                                                encouraged (ie: wire, paper yarns).
CRA58 - WE ♥ ALPACA - SCARF CHALLENGE

                                                                                LEATHERWORK
Create a hand-knitted scarf using alpaca yarn. Yarn must contain at
least 50% alpaca. Attach ball bands or fibre samples for handspun.

CRA59 - KNITTED BABY WEAR                                                       CRA73S - BEST EXHIBIT LEATHERWORK
Garment or outfit made for a baby, birth to 2 years old.                        Eligible Classes: CRA74 - CRA79


CRA60 - KNITTED GARMENT                                                         CRA74 - LEATHERWORK - SMALL ARTICLE
A wearable item of clothing (child or adult). For example: jumper, skirt,       Item may be tooled, carved and/or stamped. Size: Not to
cardigan, shrug, shawl. Using wool or wool blended with other natural           exceed 30cm in any direction.
fibres, for example: alpaca, silk.
                                                                                CRA75 - LEATHERWORK - CUSTOM FOOTWEAR
CRA61 - KNITTED HOMEWARES
For example: cushions, knee rugs, fun food, cosies.                             CRA76 - LEATHERWORK - FASHION ACCESSORY
                                                                                Any leatherwork technique. Size no longer than 100cm.
CRA62 - SOCK KNITTING BY HAND
Pair of knitted socks using wool or wool blend. Any size, style or              CRA77 - LEATHERWORK - BAG HANDSTITCHED
technique.                                                                      Bag may be plain or decorated.
                                                                                Size: Not to exceed 45cm in any direction.
CRA63 - THE PATONS KNIT CHALLENGE
Entrants are required to knit a Patons nominated                                CRA78 - LEATHERWORK - BAG - MACHINE STITCHED
pattern (downloadable PDF at http://www.rasv.com.au)                            Bag may be plain or decorated. Size: Not to exceed 45cm in any
Exhibits will be judged on overall appearance, technique and creativity         direction.

                                                                                CRA79 - LEATHERWORK - PLAITED ARTICLE
                                                                                Size: Not to exceed 1.5cm in any direction.



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MARQUETRY                                                                       OPEN
NOTE: Size must not exceed 80cm x 80cm. Wall hangings must have                 OPEN: Competition open to all.
the necessary attachments for display.
                                                                                CRA90 - TINY TREASURE CHALLENGE
CRA80 - BEST EXHIBIT MARQUETRY / WOOD INLAY                                     Using any stitch or combination of stitches create a 'Tiny Treasure'
Any design, applied or pictorial.                                               article or a picture.

                                                                                Size: Not to exceed 10 x 10 x 10 cm (excluding frame if
MILLINERY                                                                       applicable). For example: ornament, needlework accessory, jewellery,
                                                                                3D structure, keepsake.
NOTE: Indicate front of the article with a blank label or tag inside the
crown. No maker or identification labels are to be attached. All hats are       CRA91 - OPEN PICTURE IN ANY STITCH OR COMBINATION OF
tried on and judged on wearability as well as appearance. Ensure that           STITCHES
linings are not so tight that they shorten the head size.                       Not predominantly tent/continental stitches. May be exhibitor’s own
                                                                                design.
CRA81S - BEST EXHIBIT MILLINERY
Eligible Classes: CRA82 - CRA86                                                 CRA92 - OPEN ARTICLE IN ANY STITCH OR COMBINATION OF
                                                                                STITCHES
                                                                                Not predominantly tent/continental stitches, excludes pictures. May be
CRA82 - WINTER MILLINERY                                                        exhibitor’s own design.
Handmade hat using any method and any materials, excluding
beanies.
                                                                                CRA93 - OPEN ARTICLE OR PICTURE WORKED IN
                                                                                TENT/CONTINENTAL STITCH
CRA83 - FORMAL HEADWEAR                                                         Includes petit point or gros point. May be exhibitor’s own design.
Special occasion handmade hat or headpiece.

CRA84 - SPRING MILLINERY
Handmade hat using any method and any materials.
                                                                                MASTERS
                                                                                MASTER: An Exhibitor who has won a 1st prize in the Open
CRA85 - MILLINERY TRIM                                                          classes of this section at any Royal Show. Please state qualifying
Handmade millinery trim using any method and any materials. For                 year and Show.
example: silk flowers, featherwork, sculptural trim.
                                                                                CRA94 - MASTERS TAPESTRY - ARTICLE OR PICTURE WORKED
CRA86 - THEMED WEARABLE ART MILLINERY- CELEBRATE!                               IN ANY STITCH OR COMBINATION OF STITCHES
Design brief: Create a millinery item that best expresses the theme of          Includes petit point or gros point.
celebration.


NEEDLEWORK TAPESTRY                                                             PAPER CRAFTS
                                                                                NOTE: All framed items must be presented ready to hang.
NOTE: Pre-worked canvasses requiring background working only are
not eligible. Must be on canvas, cotton, silk or plastic, using
needlepoint stitches. Aida cloth is not acceptable in this                      CRA95S - BEST EXHIBIT PAPER CRAFTS
section. Framed works must be presented ready to hang. Size must                Eligible Classes: CRA96 - CRA99
not exceed 70cm x 1m.
                                                                                CRA96 - 3D PAPER SCULPTURE
CRA87S - BEST EXHIBIT NEEDLEWORK TAPESTRY                                       Create a 3D object using any type of paper and any technique.
                                                                                Exhibits will be judged on technique and creativity. Exhibits must be
Eligible Classes: CRA88S, CRA89, CRA94
                                                                                100% paper. Gluing is permitted. Size must not exceed 30cm x
CRA88S - ALAN BARRINGER MEMORIAL AWARD BEST EXHIBIT                             30cm.
OPEN TAPESTRY
Eligible Classes: CRA90 - CRA93
                                                                                CRA97 - PAPERCRAFT CHALLENGE - HANDMADE PAPER
                                                                                Make 3 pieces of paper maximum size A4, paper will be judged on
                                                                                consistency and creativity. Embedded items allowed NEW
NOVICE
NOVICE: An Exhibitor with no more than two years’ experience in                 CRA98 - 2D CARD
this section and who has not won a 1st prize in this section at any             Theme: Time to Celebrate! Create a 2D card responding to the
Royal Show.                                                                     theme. Exhibits will be judged on creativity and innovation. Gluing,
                                                                                embellishment, double sided tape, glue dots, glitter, gilding and
                                                                                embossing are permitted.
CRA89 - NOVICE TAPESTRY CHALLENGE ARTICLE OR PICTURE                            Size: Not to exceed 20 x 20 cm.
WORKED IN ANY THREAD
May include kits. Example: pictures, ornaments, cushions, bags,                 CRA99 - ARTIST BOOK
jewellery, articles of clothing, footwear, bookmarks, needle cases, pin         Theme: Time to Celebrate! only limited by imagination and size
cushion.                                                                        restriction 50 x 50cm - fully extended or open.




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PATCHWORK, QUILTING AND                                                       PORCELAIN ART / CHINA
APPLIQUE                                                                      PAINTING
SIZE & DISPLAY RESTRICTIONS APPLY                                             NOTE: Articles must not exceed 50cm x 60cm including frames.
NOTE: Owing to space restrictions,only exhibits awarded 1st prize             Pictures must be presented ready to hang. Large items such as tables
may be displayed in full, other entries may displayed with fold(s).           and lamps will not be accepted. China must be hand painted; decals
On delivery all quilt exhibits must visibly indicate size. Quilts in          and transfers are not acceptable, including decals or transfers used as
excess of 250cm in any direction will not be accepted.                        a guide for raised paste or gold. All painting and decoration must be
                                                                              kiln fired. All identifying marks must be covered. Commercially ground
                                                                              and/or gilded articles not accepted.
CRA100S - BEST EXHIBIT PATCHWORK, QUILTING AND
APPLIQUE
Eligible Classes: CRA101 - CRA112                                             CRA113S - ISABEL TROUTBECK MEMORIAL AWARD FOR BEST
                                                                              EXHIBIT PORCELAIN ART / CHINA PAINTING
                                                                              Eligible Classes: CRA114 - CRA117
NOVICE
NOVICE: An Exhibitor with no more than two years’ experience in               NOVICE
this section and who has not won a 1st prize in this section at any
Royal Show.                                                                   NOVICE: An Exhibitor with no more than two years’ experience in
                                                                              this section and who has not won a 1st prize in this section at any
                                                                              Royal Show.
CRA101 - NOVICE PATCHWORK ITEM
Any patchwork hand or machine pieced and commercially quilted item.
For example: bag, homewares, cushion, clothing, apron, toy, doll, wall        CRA114 - NOVICE PORCELAIN ART/ CHINA PAINTING
hanging. Own design or commercial pattern is accepted.                        Any article.



CRA102 - NOVICE PATCHWORK QUILT                                               OPEN
Patchwork quilt hand or commercially quilted. Any style or technique
                                                                              OPEN: Competition open to all.
CRA103 - NOVICE SPRINGTIME FLORAL QUILT CHALLENGE
Patchwork hand or machine pieced, quilted by exhibitor with a                 CRA115 - BIRDS AND ANIMALS DESIGN
predominantly floral theme. NEW                                               No sets allowed.

                                                                              CRA116 - ANY DESIGN OTHER THAN BIRDS AND ANIMALS
OPEN                                                                          No sets allowed.

OPEN: Competition open to all.
                                                                              CRA117 - INNOVATIVE
                                                                              China to be no larger than 11cm in any direction. Sets allowed, up to
CRA104 - ITTY BITTY MINI QUILT CHALLENGE                                      six pieces per set with multi techniques and/or textures. May include
Any style or technique, may include embellishment.                            raised paste, enamel work or glass.
Size: Article must not exceed 60cm x 60cm.

CRA105 - PATCHWORK HAND OR MACHINE PIECED AND                                 TEXTILES
QUILTED BY EXHIBITOR
                                                                              NOTE: Items to be made in fabric and contain 90% sewing by hand or
                                                                              machine. Items may be pressed for presentation. The options of
CRA106 - PATCHWORK HAND OR MACHINE PIECED AND
                                                                              machine buttonholes and large-hem techniques are allowed.
COMMERCIALLY QUILTED

CRA107 - PATCHWORK HAND PIECED AND HAND QUILTED                               CRA118S - BEST EXHIBIT TEXTILES
                                                                              Eligible Classes: CRA119 - CRA125, CRA127 - CRA130
CRA108 - SPRINGTIME FLORAL QUILT CHALLENGE
Patchwork hand or machine pieced, quilted by exhibitor with a
predominantly floral theme.                                                   NOVICE
                                                                              NOVICE: An Exhibitor with no more than two years’ experience in
CRA109 - APPLIQUE HAND OR MACHINE PIECED                                      this section and who has not won a 1st prize in this section at any
At least 50% applique.                                                        Royal Show.

CRA110 - ART QUILT
                                                                              CRA119 - VINTAGE SHOW CHALLENGE - "TOY FOR A TEEN"
                                                                              1978 saw the rise and eventual domination of the teenager in
CRA111 - CRAZY PATCHWORK                                                      Australian mainstream culture. This was reflected in the competition
Any item.                                                                     where exhibitors were asked to create a toy suitable for a teen’s room.
                                                                              Take inspiration from the swinging 70’s or 2018 in this fabulous design
CRA112 - CRAZY PATCHWORK LAP RUG CHALLENGE                                    challenge.
Crazy Patchwork is not traditionally quilted therefore the internal
batting of the quilt sandwich is not required but is accepted. However,       CRA120 - NOVICE TEXTILE HOMEWARES
work must have backing fabric and binding. Quilt size to be max 125           Hand or machine sewn. For example: Cushions, napery, lamp shades,
x150cm.                                                                       appliance covers, cosies, fun food, pet clothing, hat, slippers, pencil
                                                                              case.




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CRA121 - NOVICE TEXTILE CASUAL WEAR                                           TOYS
For children or adults.
                                                                              NOTE: All toys must be hand crafted except in the Best Dressed Doll
                                                                              Class where the doll can be commercially made but all clothing and
CRA122 - CREATIVE CHALLENGE NOVICE - TOTES AMAZING!                           accessories must be hand crafted.
Create a tote bag using any material and sewing technique. Bags will
be judged on creativity, technique and functionality. NOTE: tote bag is       NOTE: See The Royal Children's Hospital Cuddly Toy Acquisition
a large unfastened bag with parallel handles that emerge from the             Class RCH01.
sides of its pouch
                                                                              CRA136S - BEST EXHIBIT TOYS
CRA123 - CREATIVE CHALLENGE NOVICE - SPRING SUN HAT                           Eligible Classes: CRA137 - CRA142
Create a sun hat using an original or bought pattern in child or adult
sizing (bucket style).

CRA124 - NOVICE TEXTILE FORMAL WEAR OR COSTUME
                                                                              NOVICE
                                                                              NOVICE: An Exhibitor with no more than two years’ experience in
CRA125 - WE ♥ BAGS                                                            this section and who has not won a 1st prize in this section at any
Create a lined bag using any material and sewing technique. For               Royal Show.
example: tote bag, messenger bag, beach bag, hand bag, back pack.
Bags will be judged on creativity, technique and functionality.
                                                                              CRA137 - NOVICE TOY MAKING
                                                                              Any technique and medium.

OPEN
OPEN: Competition open to all.                                                OPEN
                                                                              OPEN: Competition open to all.
CRA126 - VINTAGE SHOW CHALLENGE - "TOY FOR A TEEN"
1978 saw the rise and eventual domination of the teenager in
                                                                              CRA138 - SAFE AND SOFT BABY TOY
Australian mainstream culture. This was reflected in the competition
                                                                              Up to 30cm in height/length and suitable for a child from birth to 3
where exhibitors were asked to create a toy suitable for a teen’s room.
                                                                              years old. Attachments such as buttons, beads, buckles and hard eyes
Take inspiration from the swinging 70’s or 2018 in this fabulous design
                                                                              are not permissible.
challenge.

                                                                              CRA139 - BEST DRESSED DOLL
CRA127 - TEXTILE HOMEWARES
                                                                              Although doll may be commercially made, all clothing must be made
Hand or machine sewn. For example: cushions, napery, lamp shades,
                                                                              by the exhibitor. All dolls should be the model of a human figure.
appliance covers, cosies, fun food, pet clothing, hat, slippers, pencil
case.
                                                                              CRA140 - BEARS UNDRESSED
                                                                              With minimal accessories. Size must not exceed 65cm in any
CRA128 - TEXTILE CASUAL WEAR
                                                                              direction.
Any materials and sewing technique.

                                                                              CRA141 - HANDMADE DOLL
CRA129 - CREATIVE CHALLENGE - TOTES AMAZING!
                                                                              Any technique and medium.
Create a tote bag using any material and sewing technique. Bags will
be judged on creativity, technique and functionality. NOTE: tote bag is
a large unfastened bag with parallel handles that emerge from the             CRA142 - VINTAGE SHOW CHALLENGE - MINI MENAGERIE
sides of its pouch.                                                           In 1918 the challenge was on to create a collection or novelties made
                                                                              from stocking, socks or glove tops. What kind of mini menagerie will
                                                                              you create? Menagerie maximum of 5.
CRA130 - CREATIVE CHALLENGE - SPRING SUN HAT
Create a sun hat using an original or bought pattern in child or adult
sizing (bucket style).

CRA131 - OPEN TEXTILE FORMAL WEAR OR COSTUME

CRA132 - WE ♥ BAGS
Create a lined bag using any material and sewing technique. For
example: tote bag, messenger bag, beach bag, hand bag, back pack.
Bags will be judged on creativity, technique and functionality.


WEAVING
CRA133S - BEST EXHIBIT WEAVING
Eligible Classes: CRA134, CRA135

CRA134 - LOOM WEAVING - SCARF
Hand woven scarf using a shaft or rigid heddle loom. Scarves will be
judged on technical ability, creativity and wearability.

CRA135 - TAPESTRY WEAVING - WALL HANGING
Work will be judged on design, skill and creativity.




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WOODCRAFT                                                                     COOKERY COMPETITION
NOTE: Size of any exhibit not to exceed 76cm x 122cm at base.
Please indicate approximate size of exhibit on entry form. Must be able       ENTRY FEES: $11.00 Member, $15.00 Non Member
to be easily handled by one or two people. Hanging devices required
(where appropriate).                                                          NUMBER OF ENTRIES:
                                                                              ONE ENTRY PER EXHIBITOR PER CLASS.

CRA143S - BEST EXHIBIT WOODCRAFT                                              PRESENTATION OF EXHIBITS:
Eligible Classes: CRA144 - CRA153                                             Cookery exhibits must be delivered on a disposable plate, size
                                                                              relevant to the entry exhibited. Plates/boards will not be returned.

NOVICE                                                                        DISPLAY COOKERY EXHIBITS:
                                                                              Due to space restrictions, only exhibits awarded first, second or third
NOVICE: An Exhibitor with no more than two years’ experience in               place may be displayed at the 2018 Royal Melbourne Show. On
this section and who has not won a 1st prize in this section at any           submitting your entries, it is agreed that those items that do not receive
Royal Show.                                                                   a place may be disposed of following judging.

                                                                              RETURN OF EXHIBITS:
CRA144 - NOVICE ARTICLE OF WOODCRAFT                                          Only chocolate, fruit cakes and preserves can be returned. However,
Including traditional solid timber, jointed carpentry and joinery. Made       these items have been judged and on show for over 11 days and have
with hand or power tools                                                      not been stored under ideal temperature conditions. Acceptance and
                                                                              use of returned items under these conditions is the responsibility of the
CRA145 - NOVICE BOX MAKING                                                    exhibitor.
Including traditional solid timber, jointed carpentry and joinery. Made
with hand or power tools.                                                     ALL preserves and fruitcakes not picked up or posted on the
                                                                              nominated dispatch date will be disposed of.

CRA146 - NOVICE WOODCARVING                                                   NOTE: The Judge has the right to sample all exhibits. The RASV
All disciplines.                                                              reserves the right to dispose of cookery exhibits that ferment, show
                                                                              signs of mould, or are at risk of contaminating other exhibits. Exhibitors
CRA147 - NOVICE WOOD TURNING                                                  must use the recipe as prescribed where one is provided. In all other
Article comprised mainly of turned components.                                cases the exhibitor may use their own recipe. No commercial mixes or
                                                                              equipment to be used. Home made only. No ring tins. Number in
                                                                              brackets represents how many of each item to submit.

OPEN                                                                          NOVICE: An Exhibitor with no more than two years’ experience in
                                                                              this section and who has not won a 1st prize in this section at any
OPEN: Competition open to all.                                                Royal Show.

CRA148 - ARTICLE OF WOODCRAFT                                                 OPEN: Competition open to all.
Including traditional solid timber, jointed carpentry and joinery. Made
with hand or power tools.                                                     MASTER: An Exhibitor who has won a 1st prize in the Open
                                                                              classes of this section at any Royal Show. Please state qualifying
                                                                              year and Show.
CRA149 - ARTICLE OF WOODCRAFT
Decorated with metal and/or other materials.
                                                                              CKY1S - BEST IN SHOW COOKERY
CRA150 - BOX MAKING                                                           Eligible Classes: HAV2, CKY3S, CKY4S, CKY5S
Including traditional solid timber, jointed carpentry and joinery. Made       CKY2S - MCROBERT MEMORIAL AWARD FOR MOST
with hand or power tools.                                                     SUCCESSFUL COOKERY EXHIBITOR
                                                                              The Most Successful Exhibitor in the Cookery Competition (excluding
                                                                              novice and confectionery classes and VAS Ltd state finalists).
CRA151 - HERBERT GMEHLING MEMORIAL AWARD -
                                                                              Eligible Classes: CKY16 - CKY28, CKY30, CKY31, CKY33 - CKY37,
WOODCARVING THREE-DIMENSIONAL/SCULPTURAL
                                                                              CKY39 - CKY53, CKY55 - CKY57, CKY59 - CKY63, CKY65 - CKY67,
                                                                              CKY69 - CKY73
CRA152 - WOODCARVING OTHER                                                    CKY3S - BEST EXHIBIT NOVICE COOKERY
                                                                              Eligible Classes: CKY6 - CKY14
CRA153 - WOOD TURNING                                                         CKY4S - BEST EXHIBIT CUP CAKE
Article comprised mainly of turned components.                                Eligible Classes: CKY7 - CKY9, CKY42 - CKY45
                                                                              CKY5S - BEST EXHIBIT OPEN COOKERY
                                                                              Eligible Classes: CKY15S, CKY29S, CKY32S, CKY38S, CKY54S,
                                                                              CKY58S, CKY64S, CKY68S




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NOVICE                                                                            CKY14 - NOVICE CHEESE STRAWS
                                                                                  (6 straws per entry).
NOVICE: An Exhibitor with no more than two years’ experience in
this section and who has not won a 1st prize in this section at any               Ingredients:
Royal Show.                                                                       200g plain flour
                                                                                  1/4 teaspoon salt
CKY6 - NOVICE ANZAC BISCUITS                                                      pinch cayenne pepper
(4) Approximately 5-6 cm.                                                         pinch white pepper
INGREDIENTS:                                                                      1/4 teaspoon turmeric
1 cup rolled oats                                                                 1/4 teaspoon mild paprika
1 cup plain flour                                                                 100g butter
                                                                                  50g finely grated tasty cheese
¾ cup desiccated coconut                                                          30g finely grated parmesan cheese
¾ cup caster sugar                                                                1 teaspoon lemon juice
                                                                                  1 egg
½ teaspoon bi-carb soda
2 tablespoons boiling water                                                       Method:
125g butter, melted                                                               Sift flour and spices together
2 tablespoons golden syrup                                                        Rub in softened butter
METHOD:                                                                           Add cheeses
Preheat oven to 160°C. Combine oats, flour, coconut and sugar.                    Add lemon juice and egg and mix to form a stiff dough
Dissolve bi-carb soda in boiling water and add to melted butter and               Roll out to about 5mm thick
golden syrup. Pour wet ingredients into dry ingredients and mix. Place            Cut into straws (about 8cm x 8mm)
teaspoonful on paper-lined baking trays. Bake for 15 minutes or until             Bake at 150ºC for 15-18 minutes to an even gold colour
golden.

CKY7 - NOVICE DECORATED CUP CAKES                                                 OPEN
(4) Decorated. Baked and presented in paper/foil cases. Cake must be
made by the exhibitor.                                                            OPEN: Competition open to all.


CKY8 - NOVICE THEMED DECORATED CUP CAKES
(4) Decorated in the theme: Time to celebrate and presented in
                                                                                  BISCUITS, PASTRIES AND SLICES
paper/foil cases. Cake must be made by the exhibitor.                             CKY15S - BEST EXHIBIT BISCUITS, PASTRIES AND SLICES
                                                                                  Eligible Classes: CKY16 - CKY28
CKY9 - NOVICE ICED CUP CAKES
(4) Iced with soft or butter icing. Decorations using same icing mixture.         CKY16 - SHORTBREAD
Baked and presented in paper/foil cases. Cake must be made by the                 Cooked in the round, NOT more than 18cm, cut into eight (8) equal
exhibitor.                                                                        triangles.

CKY10 - NOVICE COOKED SLICE                                                       CKY17 - PLAIN SWEET BISCUITS
(4) One variety.                                                                  (4) Two distinct mixtures (2 of each). Edible decoration allowed.

CKY11 - NOVICE PLAIN SCONES                                                       CKY18 - FANCY/SWEET BISCUITS
(4) Approximately 5-6cm.                                                          (4) Two distinct varieties (2 of each). Edible decoration allowed. Can
                                                                                  be joined, decorated on top or half dipped in chocolate etc. Iced with
CKY12 - NOVICE SPONGE SANDWICH                                                    delicate colours and dainty decorations, excluding Yo Yos.
Not iced or filled. Round tins, approximately 21cm. Recipe provided.
                                                                                  CKY19 - CHEESE STRAWS - VINTAGE SHOW CHALLENGE
INGREDIENTS:                                                                      100 years ago the moreish savoury biscuit known as the ‘cheese
4 eggs                                                                            straw’ was entered as a competition class in the Royal Melbourne
¾ cup caster sugar                                                                Show Art, Craft & Cookery Competition. Recreate this afternoon tea
¾ cup self raising flour                                                          delicacy using the following recipe:
½ cup cornflour
1 tablespoon boiling water                                                        (6 ‘straws’)
                                                                                  Ingredients:
METHOD: Pre-heat oven to 180ºC. Grease and flour two round                        200g plain flour
sponge tins, approximately 21cm. Whisk eggs until thick, creamy and               1/4 teaspoon salt
fluffy. Gradually add sugar, whisking continuously until mixture holds            pinch cayenne pepper
its shape. Lightly and swiftly fold in sifted flours using back of a metal        pinch white pepper
spoon. Fold in boiling water, fill mixture equally into the two prepared          1/4 teaspoon turmeric
tins. Bake in a moderate oven 22-25 minutes or until cooked when                  1/4 teaspoon mild paprika
tested. Turn out onto a cooling rack covered with a clean tea towel.              100g butter
                                                                                  50g finely grated tasty cheese
CKY13 - NOVICE DECORATED GINGERBREAD BISCUIT                                      30g finely grated parmesan cheese
Decorated gingerbread biscuits. Size: Not to exceed 15cm (2).                     1 teaspoon lemon juice
                                                                                  1 egg
                                                                                  Method:
                                                                                  Sift flour and spices together
                                                                                  Rub in softened butter
                                                                                  Add cheeses
                                                                                  Add lemon juice and egg and mix to form a stiff dough
                                                                                  Roll out to about 5mm thick
                                                                                  Cut into straws (about 8cm x 8mm)
                                                                                  Bake at 150ºC for 15-18 minutes to an even gold colour.



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CKY20 - ALMOND CRESCENTS                                                          CKY37 - BREAD ROLLS
(4) Size: Not to exceed 8cm.                                                      (4) Medium size.

CKY21 - MACARONS
(4) French style, two halves of baked almond meringue joined with                 CAKES
filling of consistent firmness to the meringue. State flavour.
                                                                                  CKY38S - BEST EXHIBIT CAKES
CKY22 - YO YOS                                                                    Eligible Classes: CKY39 - CKY53
(4) Approximately 4cm.
                                                                                  CKY39 - VINTAGE CHALLENGE BIRTHDAY CAKE
CKY23 - BROWNIES                                                                  In 1927, The Birthday Cake was introduced as a competition class.
(4) Approximately 4cm x 4cm. No icing, no icing sugar, no decoration.             Enter your family favourite in any tin, shape or flavour. May be iced or
Sample inclusions may be nuts, chocolate chips etc.                               un-iced. Winning cake recipe will be published online.
                                                                                  NOTE: No fresh cream or perishable ingredients. Exhibits will be
                                                                                  judged on taste and appearance.
CKY24 - SELECTION OF SLICES, COOKED
(4) Two distinct mixtures (2 of each). No longer than 6cm.
                                                                                  CKY40 - RAINBOW LAYER CAKE
                                                                                  Minimum (5) five layers in any colour choice.
CKY25 - ECLAIRS OR CREAM PUFF CASES
                                                                                  NOTE: Layers to be joined with icing or jam, no fresh cream. Cake
(4) Preferred length of éclairs, 12cm; cream puff, 7cm x 4cm. Unfilled.
                                                                                  to be iced top and sides- no additional decorations. Cake will be
                                                                                  judged on taste and appearance.
CKY26 - JAM TARTS
(4) Sweet pastry. Approximately 6cm.
                                                                                  CKY41 - LAMINGTONS TRADITIONAL
                                                                                  (4) Size approximately 4cm cube. No cream.
CKY27 - FRUIT MINCE PIES, TOPPED
(4) Approximately size 6cm.
                                                                                  CKY42 - UN-ICED CUP CAKES
                                                                                  (4) Not iced. Baked and presented in paper/foil cases.
CKY28 - FLORENTINES
(4) Approximately 8-10cm.
                                                                                  CKY43 - SOFT ICED CUP CAKES
                                                                                  (4) Iced with soft or butter icing and decorations using the same icing

BIG BISCUIT CHALLENGE
                                                                                  mixture. Baked and presented in paper/foil cases. Cake must be made
                                                                                  by the exhibitor.

CKY29S - BIG BISCUIT CHALLENGE                                                    CKY44 - DECORATED CUP CAKES
Eligible Classes: CKY30, CKY31                                                    (4) Decorated. Baked and presented in paper/foil cases. Cake must be
                                                                                  made by the exhibitor.
CKY30 - ANZAC CHALLENGE
(4) Batch of 4 biscuits, approximately 10cm.                                      CKY45 - THEMED DECORATED CUP CAKES
Size: Not to exceed 6cm.                                                          (4) Decorated in the theme: Time to Celebrate and presented in
Design Brief: Using the traditional Anzac Biscuit as a base, adapt the            paper/foil cases. Cake must be made by the exhibitor.
recipe to include your own ‘ blue ribbon’ ingredient. State
flavour/additional ingredient(s) on exhibit ticket.
                                                                                  CKY46 - NUT AND FRUIT LOAF
                                                                                  Cylindrical tin, approximately 17cm x 8 cm. Must contain both nuts and
CKY31 - CELEBRATION SPRING BISCUIT                                                fruit.
Size: Not to exceed 10cm diameter.
Theme: Time to Celebrate!
Produce a biscuit for a celebration. Produce an original biscuit that             CKY47 - CHOCOLATE CAKE
creatively celebrates the springtime. For example: biscuits could                 Not iced. Round tin, approximately 21cm in diameter.
be specific shapes, iced with floral motifs, contain flavours, ingredients
that are a reflection of Spring. Batch of four (4) biscuits.                      CKY48 - BUTTER CAKE
                                                                                  Not iced. Round tin, approximately 21cm in diameter.

BREADS - HANDMADE                                                                 CKY49 - BANANA CAKE
                                                                                  Not iced. Oblong tin, approximately 25cm x 12cm.
NOTE: Preferred size tin 650g. All bread to be made with yeast.
                                                                                  CKY50 - CARROT CAKE
CKY32S - BEST EXHIBIT BREADS HANDMADE                                             Not iced. Oblong tin, approximately 25cm x 12cm.
Eligible Classes: CKY33 - CKY37
                                                                                  CKY51 - ORANGE CAKE
CKY33 - WHITE BREAD                                                               Top iced. Oblong tin, approximately 25cm x 12cm.

CKY34 - WHOLEMEAL BREAD                                                           CKY52 - MARBLE CAKE
At least 50% wholemeal flour to be used.                                          Not iced. Round tin, approximately 21cm.


CKY35 - MULTI-GRAIN BREAD

CKY36 - ANY OTHER BREAD
State flavour on back of exhibit ticket. For example: poppy seed, fruit
loaf. Excludes gluten free.




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CKY53 - JUDGE'S CHALLENGE LEMON SHORTBREAD CAKE                                      CKY57 - GLUTEN FREE EASY CHRISTMAS PUDDING
We celebrate long time cookery judge Ann Marston with one of her                     Must use the recipe provided by Coeliac Society of Victoria Inc. No
signature recipes                                                                    decoration.
 INGREDIENTS
125 grams each of Butter, Castor Sugar, Plain Flour, Self-Raising                    INGREDIENTS:
Flour                                                                                Soak overnight in brandy: 120g currants (approximately ½ cup), 400g
                                                                                     sultanas, 400g raisins, 1 grated apple. Next day cream 180g butter
1 small egg (separated)                                                              with ¼ cup of brown sugar. Then add 3 eggs beaten well, fruit mixture,
Pinch of salt                                                                        ¾ cup chopped almonds, 3 cups fresh gluten-free white bread crumbs,
flaked almonds                                                                       ¼ cup gluten-free sifted plain flour, 1 teaspoon mixed spice, ¼
Lemon Butter (curd)                                                                  teaspoon bi-carb soda, ¼ teaspoon salt.
Please note Lemon Butter must be homemade
Cream butter and sugar, add egg yolk and mix well. Blend in sifted                   METHOD: Spoon mixture into a greased pudding basin that has been
flours and salt. Knead lightly and divide dough into two pieces.                     lined with baking paper. Cover with another piece of baking paper and
Roll one piece to fit 20cm shallow round pan. Spread generously with                 foil, then the pudding basin lid. Have ready a large saucepan of boiling
lemon butter to within 1cm of the edge. Place second round on top.                   water with a saucer on the bottom. Lower pudding onto saucer (water
Pinch edges. Glaze top with egg white. Score into serving pieces and                 should come 2/3 of the way up the basin). Boil for 4½ to 5 hours (water
sprinkle with almonds. Bake in a moderate oven for 30-40 minutes                     must be kept boiling and to the same level). Re-boil for 1 hour if using
                                                                                     at a later date.

GLUTEN FREE
                                                                                     SCONES AND MUFFINS
NOTE: Gluten is a naturally occurring protein that is present in wheat,
barley, rye and oats. Therefore none of these grains or anything made                CKY58S - BEST EXHIBIT SCONES AND MUFFINS
from them can be included in gluten-free cooking. It is important to use             Eligible Classes: CKY59 - CKY63
the correct ingredients and practise good food-handling techniques to
avoid cross-contamination from gluten-containing foods. Always read
the label carefully.                                                                 CKY59 - PLAIN SCONES
                                                                                     (4) Approximately 5-6cm.

CKY54S - BEST EXHIBIT GLUTEN FREE COOKERY
                                                                                     CKY60 - FRUIT SCONES
Eligible Classes: CKY55 - CKY57
                                                                                     (4) Approximately 5-6cm.

CKY55 - GLUTEN FREE SHORTBREAD
                                                                                     CKY61 - SAVOURY SCONES
(4) Must use the recipe provided by Coeliac Society of Victoria Inc.
                                                                                     (4) Approximately 5-6cm. State flavour.
INGREDIENTS:
250g butter                                                                          CKY62 - MUFFINS SWEET
125g caster sugar                                                                    (4) Baked and presented in paper/foil cases. Please state flavour on
Flour options:                                                                       back of exhibit ticket.
Combination of 275g gluten-free maize cornflour; 50g soya flour; 50g
rice flour                                                                           CKY63 - MUFFINS SAVOURY
OR                                                                                   (4) Baked and presented in paper/foil cases. Please state flavour on
125g cornflour/tapioca flour; 125g fine rice flour; 125g gluten-free plain           back of exhibit ticket.
flour

METHOD: Cut butter into small cubes and rub into dry ingredients,
making a ball with mixture. Divide mixture in half. Roll onto a gluten-              SPONGES
free floured board. Cut into fingers. Cook at 150°C (no higher) for up
to one hour. Remove from oven and sprinkle with caster sugar.                        CKY64S - BEST EXHIBIT SPONGES
                                                                                     Eligible Classes: CKY65 - CKY67
CKY56 - GLUTEN FREE ANZAC BISCUITS
(4) Must use the following recipe provided by the Coeliac Society of                 CKY65 - SPONGE SANDWICH
Victoria Inc.                                                                        Round tins only, approximately 21cm. Not to be iced or filled.

INGREDIENTS:
                                                                                     CKY66 - GINGER FLUFF SPONGE SANDWICH
2 cups of gluten-free cornflakes
                                                                                     Round tins only, approximately 21cm. Not to be iced or filled.
¾ cup desiccated coconut
1 cup sugar                                                                          CKY67 - CHOCOLATE SPONGE SANDWICH
1 cup of gluten-free plain flour                                                     Round tins only, approximately 21cm. Not to be iced or filled.
½ cup butter
1 tablespoon golden syrup
1 teaspoon bi-carb soda

METHOD: Preheat oven to 150°C. Grease baking trays. Combine
cornflakes, coconut, sugar and flour. Melt the butter and golden syrup
together. Add the bi-carb soda to the butter mixture. Add the liquid
mixture to the dry ingredients and mix. Roll into balls and flatten a little.
Bake for 20 minutes or until golden. Cool for ten minutes on trays and
then place on a rack. Store in an airtight container.




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FRUIT CAKES                                                                     CONFECTIONERY
CKY68S - BEST EXHIBIT FRUIT CAKES
Eligible Classes: CKY69 - CKY73
                                                                                COMPETITION
                                                                                ENTRY FEES: $11.00 Member, $15.00 Non Member
CKY69 - AMERICAN FRUIT CAKE
Entries in this class must use the recipe provided.                             NUMBER OF ENTRIES:
                                                                                One entry per exhibitor per class.
INGREDIENTS:
250g dates                                                                      PRESENTATION AND DISPLAY:
125g each glace pineapple, glace apricots, glace red cherries, glace            Presentation will be taken into account and confectionery will be
green cherries, sultanas, whole blanched almonds                                displayed as presented for judging.
185g each seeded raisins, shelled brazil nuts
2 eggs                                                                          NOTE: Home made only; no commercial entries. All decorations and
½ cup brown sugar lightly packed                                                embellishments on confectionery exhibits must be edible.
1 teaspoon vanilla essence
2 tablespoons rum                                                               CNF1S - BEST IN SHOW CONFECTIONERY
90g butter, softened                                                            Eligible Classes: CNF2 - CNF9
1 cup plain flour
pinch of salt
                                                                                CNF2 - FUDGE
½ teaspoon baking powder                                                        (8) pieces. Entry may include two (2) types of fudge. State flavour on
                                                                                back of exhibit ticket.
METHOD: Chop pineapple and apricots into fairly large pieces. Leave
remaining fruits and nuts whole. Mix well together and reserve ½ cup            CNF3 - NOUGAT
combined nuts and glace fruits for garnishing. Beat eggs until light and        (4) pieces and (1) block for display. Please specify ingredients with
fluffy. Add sugar, vanilla essence, rum and softened butter. Continue           entry.
beating until well blended. Sift flour with baking powder and salt. Add
to the creamed mixture with fruit and nuts. Mix thoroughly. Lightly
grease a loaf pan approximately 25cm x 12cm and line the base.                  CNF4 - CAKE POPS
Spoon mixture evenly into pan. Arrange reserved fruit and nuts over             (4) decorated cake pops. Maximum size: 6 cm. Please deliver with
the top, pressing down gently. Bake in a slow oven for about 1½ hours,          suitable display container (polystyrene square is ideal).
or until cake is firm to touch. Allow to cool slightly in the tin before
turning out.                                                                    CNF5 - HONEYCOMB
                                                                                (4 pieces) can be shards or a uniform shape.
CKY70 - BOILED FRUIT CAKE
Not iced.                                                                       CNF6 - TRUFFLES
                                                                                (4 pieces - should be identical).
INGREDIENTS:
375g mixed fruit                                                                CNF7 - CREATIVE CHALLENGE ROCKY ROAD
¾ cup brown sugar
                                                                                Judged on appearance cut and combinations of ingredients
1 teaspoon mixed spice
                                                                                (4 pieces – similar in size).
½ cup water
125g butter
½ teaspoon bi-carb soda                                                         CNF8 - CREATIVE CHALLENGE SPRINGTIME LOLLYPOP
½ cup sherry                                                                    (4 lollypops with a spring theme. Maximum Size: 6cm.) Please deliver
2 eggs lightly beaten                                                           with suitable display container (polystyrene square is ideal).
2 tablespoons marmalade
1 cup self-raising flour                                                        CNF9 - CREATIVE CHALLENGE - GINGERBREAD HEART
1 cup plain flour                                                               Size not to exceed 15 x 15 cm. Decorated gingerbread heart. All
¼ teaspoon salt                                                                 decorations to be edible. Exhibits will be judged on creativity, technical
                                                                                skill and appearance.
METHOD: Place the mixed fruit, sugar, spice, water and butter in a
large saucepan and bring to the boil. Simmer gently for 3 minutes, then
remove from stove and add bi-carb soda. Allow to cool then add the
sherry, eggs and marmalade, mixing well. Fold in the sifted dry
ingredients then place in a greased and lined 20cm round cake tin.
Bake in a moderately slow oven for 1½ hours, or until cake is cooked
when tested.

CKY71 - RICH FRUIT CAKE
Not iced.

CKY72 - PLUM PUDDING
Cooked in basin. Pudding to be removed from basin.

CKY73 - PANFORTE
Maximum diameter 25cm. Must be dusted in icing sugar.




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DECORATED CAKE                                                                  DCA9 - NOVICE MINIATURE SPECIAL OCCASION CAKE
                                                                                Wire, ribbon, tulle, manufactured stamens or handmade stamens
COMPETITION                                                                     permissible. The base board including the immediate decoration must
                                                                                fit inside a 16cm square box or cube including baseboard. This class
                                                                                represents a single cake only.
ENTRY FEES: $15.00 Member, $20.00 Non Member

EXHIBITS THAT DO NOT MEET THE CRITERIA FOR EACH                                 DCA10 - NOVICE BIRTHDAY OR ANNIVERSARY CAKE
SECTION OR REGULATIONS AS SET OUT IN THE SCHEDULE                               No more than two (2) tiers. Candles may be used in presentation.
WILL NOT BE JUDGED OR DISPLAYED.                                                Block may be used in place of cake, but MUST be able to be replicated
                                                                                in cake. A written inscription on cake to be included.
NUMBER OF ENTRIES:
One entry per exhibitor per class.                                              DCA11 - NOVICE CELEBRATE THE ROYAL MELBOURNE SHOW!
                                                                                Theme: Celebrate the Royal Melbourne Show! Covered with rolled
NOTE: Free-standing cakes must have a common base board. Base                   fondant icing. Free-standing cake to be presented on a common base
board not to exceed 50cm across the front, except in the Masters                board.
Class. Elevated tiers must not overlap base board. No wires must
penetrate icing or cake. Ribbon, tulle, wire, stamens, edible colouring,
                                                                                DCA12 - NOVICE WEDDING CAKE MODERN OR TRADITIONAL IN
edible glitter (minimum amount), cachous, piping gel, coconut, posy
picks and manufactured pillars may be used. Raffia and cord are                 STYLE
permitted in presentation. No manufactured ornaments, dry gyp, lace             Lace and extension work not to be included. Not including
or inedible glitter allowed unless otherwise stated. Dummy cakes are            buttercream.
permitted as long as the same shape can be constructed in cake.
Minimum amount of cake: 250g mixture, 20cm cake. Presentation
taken into consideration. Cleats must be attached to all presentation           OPEN
boards. Please indicate on the entry form whether cake is an original
design. Minimal application of edible images permitted when used to             OPEN: Competition open to all.
enhance overall design.
                                                                                DCA13S - BEST EXHIBIT OPEN DECORATED CAKE
NOTE: Cleats are feet placed underneath baseboard for ease of                   Eligible Classes: DCA14 - DCA22
movement.

DECORATED CAKES cannot be posted for return.                                    DCA14 - CELEBRATION CAKE

NO BUTTERCREAM PERMITTED.                                                       DCA15 - ARRANGEMENT OF SUGAR FLOWERS
                                                                                To be presented on a sugar base, not necessarily a plaque. Fabric
                                                                                permitted in presentation. Wire, tulle, ribbon and non-synthetic
DCA1S - BEST IN SHOW DECORATED CAKE
                                                                                stamens permitted. Leaves and buds optional.
Eligible Classes: DCA3S, DCA13S, DCA23
DCA2S - MOST SUCCESSFUL EXHIBITOR - DECORATED CAKE
                                                                                DCA16 - PIECE OF SUGAR CRAFT
Three points will be awarded for 1st place in each class, two points for
                                                                                Painted, flooded, sculpted, moulded. May include moulded or piped
2nd place, and one point for 3rd place. In the event of a tie, a count-
back will take place.                                                           flowers, presented on a sugar base. Size not to exceed 30cm at widest
                                                                                point, including presentation board.
Eligible Classes: DCA4 - DCA12, DCA14 - DCA23

NOVICE                                                                          DCA17 - BIRTHDAY OR ANNIVERSARY CAKE
                                                                                One or two tiers. Candles permitted. Block may be used in place of
NOVICE: An Exhibitor with no more than two years’ experience in                 cake, but MUST be able to be replicated in cake. A written inscription
this section and who has not won a 1st prize in this section at any             on cake to be included.
Royal Show.
                                                                                DCA18 - MINIATURE SPECIAL OCCASION CAKE
                                                                                Hand work only. Wire, ribbon, tulle, manufactured stamens or
DCA3S - BEST EXHIBIT NOVICE DECORATED CAKE
                                                                                handmade stamens permissible. The base board including the
Eligible Classes: DCA4 - DCA12                                                  immediate decoration must fit inside a 16cm square box or cube
                                                                                including baseboard.
DCA4 - NOVICE CELEBRATION CAKE
                                                                                DCA19 - CHRISTMAS CAKE
DCA5 - NOVICE ARRANGEMENT OF SUGAR FLOWERS
To be presented on a sugar base, not necessarily a plaque. Fabric               DCA20 - THEME CAKE
permitted in presentation. Wire, tulle, ribbon and non-synthetic
                                                                                Celebrate the Royal Melbourne Show!
stamens permitted. Leaves and buds optional. Prize given in memory
of Lyn Rattle.
                                                                                DCA21 - WEDDING CAKE MODERN OR TRADITIONAL IN STYLE
                                                                                Not including buttercream.
DCA6 - NOVICE PIECE OF SUGAR CRAFT
Painted, flooded, sculpted, moulded. May include moulded or piped
flowers. Presented on a sugar base. Size not to exceed 30cm at                  DCA22 - NOVELTY CAKE
widest point, including presentation board.                                     Cake must be carved or shaped to suit theme. Artificial supports may
                                                                                be used in presentation of cake, provided they are concealed.
DCA7 - NOVICE CHRISTMAS CAKE

DCA8 - NOVICE NOVELTY CAKE
Cake must be carved or shaped to suit theme. Artificial supports may
be used in presentation of cake provided they are concealed.




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MASTERS                                                                            OPEN
NOTE: Ribbons MUST be fabric or sugar. Flowers, lace, etc. should be               OPEN: Competition open to all.
made out of sugar. No artificial ornaments to be used in presentation.
Base board not to exceed 100cm at widest point including diagonal.

MASTER: An Exhibitor who has won a 1st prize in the Open
                                                                                   BUTTERS
classes of this section at a Royal Melbourne Show. Please state
qualifying year.                                                                   PRE8S - BEST EXHIBIT BUTTER PRESERVES
                                                                                   Eligible Classes: PRE9, PRE10

DCA23 - BEST EXHIBIT MASTERS DECORATED CAKE                                        PRE9 - LEMON BUTTER
Any design, not including plaques or flowers. Must include a minimum               1 jar.
of four (4) different techniques. NOTE - Past Open winners can
continue to enter Open categories.
                                                                                   PRE10 - CURDS OR BUTTERS
                                                                                   Other than lemon. 1 jar.

PRESERVES COMPETITION
ENTRY FEES: $11.00 Member, $15.00 Non Member
                                                                                   CHUTNEY AND RELISH
                                                                                   PRE11S - BEST EXHIBIT CHUTNEY AND RELISH PRESERVES
NUMBER OF ENTRIES:
                                                                                   Eligible Classes: HAV3, PRE12 - PRE14
No limit on entries unless otherwise stated under section notes.

PRESENTATION OF EXHIBITS:                                                          PRE12 - CHUTNEY, FRUIT
Exhibits must be in plain glass jars. Minimum size 350g. Mustards                  Sweet. For example: oranges, grapes. 1 jar.
must be in plain glass jars. Minimum size 250g. Sauces and vinegars
must be in plain bottles containing approximately 500ml. Any                       PRE13 - CHUTNEY, VEGETABLE
exhibit that is submitted in a container other than those permitted, shall         For example: tomato, cucumber. 1 jar.
be excluded from judging and will not be displayed.

All jars to have paraffin or cellophane seals. If paraffin is used, it must        PRE14 - TOMATO RELISH
be thin and readily removable.                                                     1 jar.

Jars and bottles must be clean for presentation. The Judge reserves
the right to reject any food items that are not to a standard expected.            FRUITS
All exhibits are to be labelled with flavour and date. Exhibit ticket              PRE15S - BEST EXHIBIT FRUITS PRESERVES
and label must be on the same face. Please place another exhibit                   Eligible Classes: PRE16 - PRE19
ticket on the lid of jars for identification purposes.

                                                                                   PRE16 - FRUIT MINCE
                                                                                   1 jar.
PRE1S - BEST IN SHOW PRESERVES
Eligible Classes: PRE3S, PRE8S, PRE11S, PRE15S, PRE20S,
PRE29S, PRE35S, PRE42                                                              PRE17 - PRESERVED FRESH FRUIT
                                                                                   In syrup. Up to 3 jars. Any variety.
PRE2S - MOST SUCCESSFUL EXHIBITOR - PRESERVES
Three points will be awarded for 1st place in each class, two points for
2nd place, and one point for 3rd place. In the event of a tie, a count-            PRE18 - OLIVES
back will take place.                                                              Please state type and flavour on back of exhibit ticket.
Eligible Classes: PRE4 - PRE7, PRE9, PRE10, PRE12 - PRE14,
PRE16 - PRE19, PRE21 - PRE28, PRE30 - PRE34, PRE36 - PRE42                         PRE19 - FRUIT CORDIAL
                                                                                   Please state type and flavour on back of exhibit ticket. Present in glass
NOVICE                                                                             bottle, maximum 275 ml.

NOVICE: An Exhibitor with no more than two years’ experience in
this section and who has not won a 1st prize in this section at any
Royal Show.
                                                                                   JAMS AND JELLIES
                                                                                   PRE20S - BEST EXHIBIT JAMS AND JELLIES PRESERVES
PRE3S - BEST EXHIBIT NOVICE PRESERVES                                              Eligible Classes: PRE21 - PRE28
Eligible Classes: PRE4 - PRE7
                                                                                   PRE21 - RASPBERRY JAM
PRE4 - NOVICE JAM OR JELLY
1 jar. Any variety.                                                                PRE22 - BERRY JAM OTHER THAN RASPBERRY
                                                                                   Please state flavour on back of exhibit ticket.
PRE5 - NOVICE HOUSEHOLD MARMALADE
BREAKFAST/CHUNKY                                                                   PRE23 - JAM OTHER THAN BERRY
1 jar.
                                                                                   PRE24 - COLLECTION OF JAMS
PRE6 - NOVICE LEMON BUTTER                                                         Excluding marmalade. Three varieties, 1 jar of each.
1 jar.
                                                                                   PRE25 - COLLECTION OF JELLIES
PRE7 - NOVICE TOMATO RELISH                                                        Two varieties, 1 jar of each.
1 jar.



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