1 CLOTHING DAYS Rhodes Center Auditorium, Ohio State Fairgrounds Tuesday, August 2 Thursday, August 4 Shannon Carter, Jami Dellifield & Christine Kendle, Assistant Superintendents GENERAL GUIDELINES: 1. Age of Participants 4-H Age 2. Participation Guidelines: All participants will take part in the judging and fashion revue indicated for their class. Counties may select one individual to participate in each class, J-1 through J-20. Participants must be enrolled in and have completed the project in which they are enrolled as listed in the 2016 Family Guide to 4-H. Note: It is unethical and strictly prohibited for members to switch from one project to another after completing the project in order to participate at the State Fair Fashion Revue. 4-H ers who take more than one clothing project must complete separate learning experiences related to each, including creating a separate, complete, total look outfit FOR EACH PROJECT. (e.g. A top made for one project cannot be used in another project.) Individuals may participate in both one morning and one afternoon class. The Clock Trophy winner of any class prior to this year is not eligible to participate in the same class for this year. Judging and fashion revue will be held in the Rhodes Center Auditorium on the Ohio State Fairgrounds. (The Rhodes Center is the 2nd large building on your right after entering the fairgrounds from the north parking lot.) 3. 4-H Fashion Revue Evaluation and Registration: (Please read before coming to judging) Participants will take part in the project judging circle and have an interview with a judge. Judges will evaluate on your knowledge, skill and understanding related to your project. The judges will be using the criteria on the score sheet. (see sample score sheet) Registration takes place in the PROJECT JUDGING CIRCLE. Participants should be dressed in the outfit they made or assembled according to the guidelines and information in their project book. Dressing rooms will be available from 8 am to 6 pm. Dressing rooms are locked at 6 pm. As you enter the Rhodes Center, the dressing rooms are at the end of the hallway on the right. Bring the following to registration in the project judging circle. o Registration material provided by your County 4-H Youth Development Educator. o Completed Style Revue Narration Card. Complete only side A or B, which ever applies to your project. o Completed Project Book Pattern and Guide sheet (if used) and records to help explain project accomplishments to the judge. o If nominated by your county for one of the special awards, bring completed Ohio 4-H Clothing Achievement Record plus photo in H total look outfit.
2 4-H FASHION REVUE PARTICIPATION SCHEDULE TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY AUGUST 2 AUGUST 3 AUGUST 4 Ashland Adams Allen Brown Athens Ashtabula Champaign Belmont Auglaize Coshocton Butler Clark Crawford Carroll Clermont Cuyahoga Clinton Columbiana Delaware Fairfield Darke Erie Hamilton Defiance Fulton Highland Fayette Guernsey Huron Franklin Jackson Jefferson Gallia Knox Lake Geauga Lawrence Lorain Greene Licking Lucas Hardin Logan Medina Hancock Madison Mercer Harrison Mahoning Montgomery Henry Marion Morgan Hocking Muskingum Paulding Holmes Noble Perry Meigs Pike Pickaway Miami Richland Portage Monroe Sandusky Preble Morrow Union Putnam Ottawa Vinton Ross Seneca Warren Scioto Stark Washington Shelby Summit Williams Trumbull Van Wert Wyandot Tuscarawas Wayne Wood
3 OHIO STATE FAIR CLOTHING AWARDS AND SPONSORS 1. Each participant will receive a participation ribbon, sponsored by the Ohio State Fair. 2. Daily Outstanding of the Day ribbons, sponsored by the Ohio State Fair, will be given to the top 20% of the class. 3. One overall clock trophy will be presented to the winner in each class immediately following the Thursday afternoon Fashion Revue. Trophies are sponsored by: Norma Pitts, Extension Clothing Specialist, Emeriti, and The Ohio Township Association. Daily Awards: Pork Suede Award: Participants who do an outstanding job in using Pork Products in their garments will be eligible to receive an award from the Ohio Pork Schop. Wool Award: Participants who do an outstanding job in using 100% Wool or Wool blend (minimum 60% wool or specialty wool fiber) in their garments will be eligible to receive an award from the Ohio Sheep & Wool Program, the Ohio Sheep Association and Ohio Make it Yourself with Wool. Mohair Award: Participants who do an outstanding job in using Mohair in their garments will be eligible to receive an award from Callan Cattle Company, Newark, Ohio. Special Awards: The judges will make the final selections. SPECIFIC GUIDELINES FOR AWARDS requiring county nominations. Counties may nominate only one individual per award. Nominees cannot be considered for multiple awards. Award winners cannot win any award more than once in their 4-H career. Applicants must present a completed Ohio 4-H Clothing Achievement Record with an accompanying photo of the participant in their H total look outfit when registering in their project judging circle. During the week of 4-H Fashion Revue, a daily finalist will be selected with the winner of each award being announced immediately following the Thursday afternoon Fashion Revue. 1. LLOYD AND DORIS ROBY 4-H CLOTHING PROGRAM AWARD: ($500 cash award to be applied to college tuition or other career development opportunities) Each county may nominate one individual. Nominees must be at least a junior in high school as of January 1, Selection is based on overall outstanding achievement in 4-H clothing and evidence of leadership skills throughout their involvement in the 4-H program. A finalist will be selected daily and announced at the end of the afternoon Fashion Revue. The overall winner will be announced immediately following the Thursday afternoon Fashion Revue. 2. OHIO 4-H FASHION REVUE AWARD: (Award and sponsor to be announced) Each county may nominate one individual. Nominee must be enrolled in one of the clothing construction projects (J-1, J-2, J-5, J-7, J-8 & J-10 through J-20). Nominees must complete Ohio 4-H Clothing Achievement Record with a photo of the participant in their H total look outfit. Turn in at registration. All nominees that are chosen as State Fair Outstanding of the Day winners will be considered in the selection of this award. Selection is based on how well the nominee achieves the total look and overall outstanding achievement in 4-H clothing. A finalist will be selected daily and announced at the end of the afternoon Fashion Revue. The overall winner will be announced immediately following the Thursday afternoon Fashion Revue. 3. MASTER CLOTHING EDUCATORS OF OHIO AWARD (Pending availability of funding for 2016) Senior Category (age 16 & up) Junior category (age 12-15) as of January 1, Each county may nominate one individual in each category. A cash award (amount announced yearly) to be applied to college tuition or other career development opportunities. Nominees must complete Ohio 4-H Clothing Achievement Record with a photo of the participant in their H total look outfit. Turn in at registration. All nominees that are chosen as State Fair Outstanding of the Day winners will be considered in the selection of this award. Selection is based on overall outstanding achievement in 4-H clothing and evidence of leadership skills throughout their involvement in the 4-H program. A finalist will be selected daily and announced at the end of the afternoon Fashion Revue. The overall winner will be announced immediately following the Thursday afternoon Fashion Revue.
4 PARTICIPANT GUIDELINES Congratulations, you have been selected as one of the representatives from your county to participate in the Ohio State Fair 4-H Fashion Revue. Participant s Name Your Participation Date Your class is checked below. When entering the Project Judging Circle please have with you the following: Registration information Completed Fashion Revue Narration Card Completed project book Pattern and Guide Sheet (for construction projects) Records to help explain project accomplishments to the judge (for consumer projects) MORNING CLASSES: (Judging - 8:30am 11am Fashion Revue - 11:15am 12:30pm) J-1 Sew For Others J-6 Accessories for Teens J-2 Fun with Clothes J-7 Clothing for your Career J-3 Shopping Savvy Junior J-8 Sew Fun J-4 Shopping Savvy Senior J-9 Look Great for Less J-5 Creative Costumes J-10 em*bel*lish: A 4-H Guide to Wearable Art Please be dressed in your 4-H garment (Total Look) and in the Rhodes Center Auditorium and your project judging circle by 8:30 am. AFTERNOON CLASSES: (Judging 1:00pm - 3:30pm J- 11 Sundresses and Jumper J-12 Tops for Tweens J-13 Clothing for Middle School J-14 Clothing for High School and College J-15 Loungewear Fashion Revue - 4:00pm 5:30pm) J-16 Active Sportswear J-17 Dress up Outfit Day Wear J-18 Dress up Outfit Formal Wear J-19 Outer Layers J-20 4-H Clothing Master Please be dressed in your 4-H garment (Total Look) in the 4-H Center Auditorium and in the assigned project judging circle by 12:45 pm. SPECIAL AWARDS: If you have a check below, you have been nominated by your county for that special award. Bring the completed Ohio 4-H Clothing Achievement Record with you to judging. This includes a photo of you in your 4-H outfit. LLOYD & DORIS ROBY 4-H CLOTHING PROGRAM AWARD (junior in high school and older) OHIO 4-H FASHION REVUE AWARD (junior in high school and older) SENIOR (AGE 16 & UP) MASTER CLOTHING EDUCATORS OF OHIO AWARD JUNIOR (AGE 12 15) MASTER CLOTHING EDUCATORS OF OHIO AWARD
5 State Fair Fashion Revue Project Guidelines J-1 SEW FOR OTHERS: It is desirable, but not required, for the other to be present to show an outfit you made at the judging and Fashion Revue. If the other cannot be present, simply bring the garment you made to show the judge and to exhibit in the Fashion Revue. We limit the number of others and outfits to no more than one other outfit per entrant. Choose one outfit that best represents your work to bring to the State Fair. (If the project is repeated for multiple years, a new category of other must be selected.) J-2 FUN WITH CLOTHES: Wear your decorated t-shirt or sweatshirt with the completed outfit you assembled for a total look. J-3 & J-4 SHOPPING SAVVY: Junior and Senior: You will want to be dressed in a total look outfit assembled according to the information in your project to convey the image you wish to project to the audience and judges. However, you will be judged on mastery of the project book rather than the outfit worn unless the outfit was put together to complete an activity within the project. J-5 CREATIVE COSTUMES: Wear the costume you made for yourself. You will be judged on the mastery of the project book in addition to the garment constructed. (If the project is repeated for multiple years, a new costume category must be selected.) J-6 ACCESSORIES FOR TEENS: Wear at least one accessory you made with the outfit for which it was designed. J-7 CLOTHING FOR YOUR CAREER: Wear the outfit you made. The outfit should have at least 2 pieces, appropriate for the job, work or an interview (suit, uniform or work outfit). J-8 SEW FUN: Wear the garment you made using an easy or beginner pattern (skirt, shorts, pants, or capris with a full elastic waistline). J-9 LOOK GREAT FOR LESS: Wear the total look outfit you put together as inexpensively as possible. The total look includes clothing, accessories, jewelry, shoes, etc. It is acceptable to use an item or two from those you already own, but remember this is a shopping project and the majority of your total look should be items purchased using skills you ve learned while doing this project. J-10 em*bel*lish: Bring the previously made garment or ready-to-wear garment selected from your wardrobe or a ready-to-wear garment that you embellished. Select other garments and accessories for a total look outfit. Bring completed activities, Talking it Over pages and completed notebook with at least 3 samples of embellishment techniques you tried, including the technique you used on the garment you selected. J-11 SUNDRESS/JUMPER: Wear the sundress or jumper you constructed with accessories for the total look. J-12 TOPS FOR TWEENS: Wear the top you constructed with accessories for the total look. J-13 CLOTHING FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL: Wear the garment you constructed (garment with sleeves or a two-piece garment) and accessories for the total look. J-14 CLOTHING FOR HIGH SCHOOL AND COLLEGE: Wear the garment you constructed (minimum of two pieces or a one-piece garment with sleeves plus some other style detail not tried before). J-15 LOUNGEWEAR: Wear the outer layer of an outfit you constructed for lounging (usually at home before bedtime) and accessories for the total look. J-16 ACTIVE SPORTSWEAR: Wear the garment you constructed for active sports. J-17 DRESS-UP OUTFIT -- DAY WEAR: Wear the dress-up garment you constructed for day wear and accessories for the total look. J-18 DRESS-UP OUTFIT -- FORMAL WEAR: Wear the dress-up garment you constructed for formal wear and accessories for the total look. J-19 OUTERWEAR FOR ANYWHERE: Wear outer garment constructed and accessories for the total look. J-20 4-H CLOTHING MASTER: Wear garment constructed using specialized or professional-level skills beyond those typically used in other 4-H clothing projects and accessories for the total look.
6 2015 Clock Trophy Winners Class Name County Award J-1 Sew For Others Megan O Reilly Geauga Clock J-2 Fun with Clothes Megan Miller Licking Clock J-3 Shopping Savvy, Jr. Eliza Gariety Shelby Clock J-4 Shopping Savvy, Sr. Kristina Romie Miami Clock J-5 Creative Costumes Kaitlyn Segrest Clark Clock J-6 Accessories for Teens Madelyn Fearon Darke Clock J-7 Clothing for Your Career Lauren Klopfenstein Auglaize Clock J-8 Sew Fun Miranda Evans Shelby Clock J-9 Look Great for Less Elle Lamb Ross Clock J-10 em*bel*lish Abbigail Herman Williams Clock J-11 Sundress and Jumpers Shyanne Zoellner Scioto Clock J-12 Tops for Tweens Alyssa Harrod Auglaize Clock J-13 Clothes for Middle School Natalie Hilty Clark Clock J-14 Clothes for High School Joshua Robe Athens Clock J-15 Loungewear Maria Lonneman Portage Clock J-16 Active Sportswear Ashton Arnett Champaign Clock J-17 Dress Up Day Wear Autumn Miller Fairield Clock J-18 Dress Up Formal Wear Rita Winner Logan Clock J-19 Outer Layers Kassandera Knief Logan Clock J-20 Clothing Master Joy Garsky Fairfield Clock OHIO 4-H CLOTHING ACHIEVEMENT RECORD INSTRUCTIONS The Ohio 4-H Clothing Achievement Record is comprehensive in nature and may take some time to complete. Work on it should be started as soon as possible. The completed form is submitted the day your county is competing at the Ohio State Fair Fashion Revue. STATE FAIR GUIDELINES FOR COMPLETING THE OHIO 4-H CLOTHING ACHIEVEMENT RECORD Limit type/print to no more than 15 characters per inch (including 4-H personal story). No additional pages may be added to any section (A through G) of the Ohio 4-H Clothing Achievement Record. Your Ohio 4-H Clothing Achievement Record should include the adapted cover page and be stapled in the upper left-hand corner. Do not use folders or additional cover pages. Each award may only be received once by a 4-H member in their 4-H career. REQUIREMENT CHECKLIST FOR STATE FAIR 4-H CLOTHING AWARDS When applying for STATE FAIR 4-H CLOTHING AWARDS, please submit the following items: Your completed Ohio 4-H Clothing Achievement Record (each page single-sided). A Personal 4-H Story: Share how participation in 4-H textiles and clothing projects has contributed to your selfrespect, concern for others, and career plans. Limited to 2 pages (one-sided, double-spaced) with no more than 15 characters per inch. Activity and project photos: Limited to one 8½x11-inch page, one side only. A photo of you in your 2016 total look outfit. 2016/2017 STATE 4-H FASHION BOARD NOMINEE INFORMATION
7 Each county is invited to nominate one 4-H clothing member for each year s Fashion Board. Approximately 20 teens are selected for a one-year term. The State 4-H Fashion Board is the small group of outstanding 4-H teen textiles and clothing members selected from across the state. To assist in conducting the State Fair 4-H Fashion Revue, 4-H clothing workshop sessions, and other events. To promote the Ohio 4-H clothing projects and programs. The State 4-H Fashion Board meets face-to-face approximately four to five times during the year. A fall orientation meeting will be held to review the roles and responsibilities of State Fashion Board members. To develop plans for educational programs throughout the upcoming year. (September/October) A winter meeting will be held to recognize retiring members (15/16) and evaluate the 2016 Ohio State 4-H Fashion Revue, and to finalize plans for 2017 educational program offerings the group may decide to conduct. Participation in the Ohio 4-H Conference. A summer meeting to identify a theme, make plans and divide assignments for the Ohio State Fair 4-H Fashion Revue. The four days at the Ohio State Fair to carry out assignments associated with the State 4-H Fashion Revue. Nomination/Application Materials 2016/2017 Nominations / Applications Application follows. Turn in completed application at the 8:30 am (morning class) or 1:00 pm (afternoon class). Fashion Board interviews will take place during the State 4-H Fashion Revue the day your county participates. 2015/2016 State 4-H Fashion Board Members (Selected at the 2015 Ohio State Fair Fashion Revue) State Fashion Board Advisor: Laryssa Hook Ashton Arnett Jocelyn Burton Anna Francis Marie Gluth Tanner Gordon Leeann King Jennifer Loudin Emma Lucas Peyton McCluer Micaliah Peffer Cassie Pelphrey Kris Puckrin Anna Robinson Annie Rose Rebecca Schroeder Emily Smith Melissa Sommers Bridgette Thompson Amanda Winner Champaign Clinton Clermont Ottawa Portage Wayne Lorain Knox Franklin Tuscarawas Madison Erie Fayette Defiance Williams Mahoning Fairfield Clinton Auglaize
8 Sample score sheet Ohio 4-H Clothing Outfit Evaluation Name Age (as of 1/1/current year) Project/Class County Participant Number Excellent Good Needs Some Needs Much Comments Fashion Current fashion reflected in garment, accessories, hairstyle, and/or makeup Fashion Influences suite individual Fashion Influences convey a unified image Design Outfit is interesting, distinctive, individualistic Outfit is becoming to individual in color, line, proportion, and scale Outfit parts coordinated for a total look and pleasing to one another through effective use of design elements and principles Fit Smooth fit overall; no wrinkles or folds; adequate ease Details positioned correctly; darts follow to fullest part of curves; CF, CB, and side seams perpendicular to floor; crosswise grain parallel to floor at bust/chest, waist, and hips Garment positioned properly and balanced front-back & side-side Construction Smooth outside appearance; no under-construction evident Construction techniques appropriate for fabric and completed effectively resulting in:... smooth, accurately placed and stitched seams, darts, gathers, plaids, etc.; knitted and crocheted garments exhibit even stitches or gauge, smooth edges, and appropriate techniques... smooth collars, lapels, cuffs, pockets, and trim... hems neat, smooth, appropriate for fabric & garment... other construction details Outfit is carefully pressed throughout Grooming Well groomed overall; hair clean, neat, and suitably styled; nails clean and manicured; makeup suitable Clothes neat and in place; shoes clean and in good repair Undergarments appropriate and do not show through outer layers Posture and Poise Good Posture; stands and sits straight but relaxed Well poised; appears at ease with outfit and self Easy smooth movement in walking, sitting, standing Personable Qualities Pleasant expression; smiles and makes eye contact Positive presentation of self Conveys satisfaction with outfit and appearance
9 Sample score sheet Ohio 4-H Clothing Interview Feedback Sheet Name Age (as of 1/1/current year) Project/Class Participant # County 4-H ers: Please fill in the name of the interest areas and/or activities you completed for your project. Each project requires a different number of activities, so do not worry if all spaces are not filled. Judges: Please evaluate 4-H ers knowledge, skill, and understanding by checking the ratings or marking not applicable (N/A) as appropriate for each interest area. Judge s Evaluation: Knowledge Skill Understanding Comments Interest Areas/Activities Excellent Good Needs Excellent Good Needs Excellent Good Needs Overall Evaluations: 1. Degree to which minimum project requirements were met: Exceeded Project Requirements Met Project Requirements Did not meet project requirements 2. Exhibit visuals, or evidence to support learning (not required for all projects): Outstanding Very Good Good Fair Poor 3. Overall level of knowledge, skills, and understanding demonstrated: Outstanding Very Good Good Fair Poor