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Project Guidelines

STANDARDS AND REQUIREMENTS FOR ALL
STARK COUNTY 4-H CLOTHING PROJECTS

To easily print these guidelines, download the pdf here.

  1. ALL construction MUST be completed by the 4-H member.
  2. Both coordination of the various parts of the outfit to achieve a total well-dressed look and quality of construction are important in evaluation.
  3. All blanks in the project book should be filled in, unless not applicable (please mark “N/A” in the space). If the book is being re-used or used by more than one member, record information on separate sheets of paper.
  4. Finishing details such as seams and hems should be appropriate to the fabric and the garment.
  5. Outfits will be taken off and left for further evaluation, bring change of clothing.
  6. The same outfit cannot be entered or modeled in two categories at county or state level. 4-H’ers who take more than one clothing project must complete separate learning experiences related to each, including creating a separate complete outfit FOR EACH PROJECT. Using items from two or more projects to form one outfit will not be considered as a “completion” of either project.
  7. There will be a clothing Skill-a-thon at evaluation, scores used for a tiebreaker and optional educational activity.

CLOTHING JUDGING & STYLE REVUE INFORMATION

NOTE: 4-H’er must bring project outfit on a hanger to judging. DO NOT WEAR YOUR PROJECT
OUTFIT to judging. There will be a dressing room for 4-H’ers to change into their outfits.

 

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