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or any other similar combination of techniques showing mastery of skill / technique applied to the finished product . 51 . Decorative Textile Technique : Design and construction of an apparel / fashion accessory or home decor item from fabric created using 2 or more decorative textile techniques described in class 44 . Any skill technique listed in classes 52-57 are not to be exhibited in this class . 52 . Textile Fabric Creation : Design and construction of an original “ fabric / trim ” using at least 2 techniques described in class 45 . No size limit . Additional techniques might include but are not limited to hand spinning , cotton linter , and tatting . Additional example : shawl , afghan , stool , socks , etc . Fabric or trim must be made into a finished product . Knitted or crocheted exhibits refer to level 3 & 4 Mastery Sheets for specific skills / techniques . 53 . Needle Art By Hand : 2 of the following skill technique ( s ) being mastered / learned and applied to clothing ( shirt / apron / jacket / accessory / etc .) or home / school / office decor ( wall hanging , picture , pillowcase / quilt / blanket / banner , etc .) by hand - techniques include embroidery , cross-stitch , needlepoint , needle punch , smocking , Trapunto quilting , hand quilting or similar techniques . Base / foundation for needle art can be purchased or sewn by the exhibitor . 54 . Needle Art By Machine : Two or more techniques : original free motion embroidery / thread painting , modified commercial / software based embroidery design . 55 . Hand Pieced and / or Hand Appliquéd item finished with hand quilting . Piecing and / or appliqué and quilting must have been done by hand , not by machine . 56 . Machine Pieced and / or Machine Appliquéd Item Finished with Machine Quilting . Quilting must done by the exhibitor . 57 . Repurposed Textile Creation : Item made from repurposed textile material / product which can be worn , used in the home , at school , in the office , on the job , car / boat / vehicle , etc . Must include before and after photos , a description of the process . See Recycle and Redesign instruction sheet . All Grades - HTDC 58 . Hobbies and Textiles Design Project Portfolio : see design portfolio instructions .
SECTION 307 4-H BABYSITTING / CHILD CARE Please reference the 4-H Military Partnership guide for Babysitting , updated in 2020 . https :// 4-hmilitarypartnerships . org / resources / educator-resources / youth-babysitting for more information .
Junior ( Grades 3-7 ) 01 . Baby Book - Any practical size , minimum of five ( 5 ) pages covering at least 9 to 10 months of development . Includes photographs , drawings mementos , and comments on developmental milestones . Must be clear that 4-Her has contributed child development information to book . Baby books prepared earlier by parents may not be entered unless 4-H ’ er reworks the information . Handwriting should be the youth preparing the exhibit not an adult . See Unit One , page 13 . Do not confuse with Class 5 , Children ’ s Book .
02 . Puzzles Help Children Learn - Any size . Two ( 2 ) puzzles developmentally appropriate for children at two ( 2 ) distinct age and ability levels . Each puzzle must have its own storage container . Puzzles must be sturdy and covered so they can be cleaned with damp cloth . Describe the child for whom each puzzle would be appropriate by giving child ’ s age , interest , and ability . Puzzles should be suitable for either boys or girls . Do not indicate that a puzzle is for boys or girls only . See Unit One , Page 13 . Commercially made puzzles are not eligible .
03 . Child Care Poster - Must be 14 ” x 22 ” and must be permanently signed and dated on the back prior to lamination . Judging committee may mark or punch if not marked . Text of poster should be visible for at least 10 ft . away . Choose one of these topics to develop poster : Behavior and Guidance--Include pictures and fact about child development . ( See Unit One , Pages 14-15 and No . 706 ); Safety Risks and Procedures--include common safety risks that a babysitter needs to be aware of and procedures to address the safety issue ( See No . 575 , Pages 4-7 Unit 1 , pages 16-17 ; Unit 2 , Pages 28-29 . 4-H Army Child & Youth Services Babysitting Student Guide , pages 25-44 ); Ages and Stages of Development ( No 575 , page 10 , 4-H Army Child & Youth Services Babysitting Student Guide , Pages 49-50 )
04 . Basic First Aid Kit - Create a basic first aid kit from scratch ( not a purchased kit ) that includes the basic supplies to take care of small accidents such as bumps , scrapes , stings , and sprains . Include an emergency contact list in the first aid kit that includes but is not limited to : Emergency numbers for police , fire department , poison control , veterinarian , etc . Include a supply list and the cost to pul the kit together . The kit should be in a container

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