Forms and Information
2019 Theme “History of Sewing!”
- Fashion Revue Information, page 1-2
- Preregister Fashion Revue
- Fashion Revue Registration Form
- Modeling Information Sheet
- Guidelines Fashion Revue
- Clothing Projects Information Sheet
- Fashion Revue Sample Questions, page 1-2
- Writing 4-H Fashion Revue Commentary Suggestions
- Creative Consumers Commentary Sheet
- Creative Consumer Data Sheet
- Garment– Fashion Revue Score Card
- Non-Garment– Fashion Revue Score Card
- Creative Consumer – Fashion Revue Score Card
- Anita Babich Award Application Form
- Fruitvale Grange Directions
Fun With Clothes – Cloverbuds, Ages 5-7. Teaching creativity and basic sewing skills. Sample Projects: Pin pillows, Apron, Purse, Mittens, Belt, Oven Mitt, Stuffed Toy.
Clothing Capers – Junior, Ages 8-10. Some members may be beginners and enjoy sewing simple projects without patterns. Others may be interested in using easy patterns to sew clothes they can wear or items they can use. Sample Projects: Tunic, Backpack, Tank Top, Jumper, Pajamas, Tote Bags, Simple Costume, Simple Dress, Shirt, Skirt.
Clothes That Click – Intermediate, Ages 11-13, Senior, Ages 14 to less than 19 years of age. May enter coordinated outfit, the main part of the outfit should be sewn. Hair Accessories, Book Bag, Stuffed Toy, Poncho/Cape, Drawstring or Elastic Wast Pants, Formal or Dressy ware, Tailored Shirt, Jacket.
Creative Consumer Fashion – New-sewn clothing. The outfit must match the occasion and the objective outlined int he commentary. Coordinated outfits can reflect such occasions as: Prom, Sports, Beach, etc.
Fashion Revue is open to all 4-H members enrolled in clothing, knitting, crocheting and Adventures in Family Living.
Judging of garments, the Creative Consumer contest, and judging of modeling is the Tuesday before the Fashion Revue at the WSU Extension Conference Room in the afternoon.
The Fashion Revue is held on a Friday evening. It is held in conjunction with the Talent Show.