Day: May 30, 2019

Writing

(Revised May 2004) Includes plays, fictional prose, and period non-fiction forms (history, biography, philosophy, how-to treatises, bestiaries, travelogues, etc.). Entries must be typed. Limit 15 pages;

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Woodwork

(Revised May 2004) Includes the construction and/or decoration of objects made primarily from wood. Objects must be in completed, final form. Wooden scientific or musical

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Standard Weaving

(Revised May 2004) This category includes standard cloth weaving and tapestry weaving. Standard Weaving; Novice Documentation 0-8 points. Judging and scoring for Documentation is based

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Band/Tablet/Inkle Weaving

(Revised May 2004) Band/Tablet/Inkle Weaving; Novice Documentation 0-8 points. Judging and scoring for Documentation is based on a graduated level of knowledge and discussion of

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Weaponry

(Revised May 2004) Weapons used for individual combat in period, metal or non-metal, including swords, knives spears, polearms, pikes, axes, maces, quarterstaves, longbows and arrows,

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String Manipulation

(Revised May 2004) This category includes knitting, nallbinding, kumihimo, sprang, braiding, etc. Must be a finished piece, or have enough finished for the judges to understand how

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Stained/Pieced Glass

(Revised 5/04) Stained/Pieced Glass; Novice Documentation 0-8 points. Judging and scoring for Documentation is based on a graduated level of knowledge and discussion of the

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Spinning

(Revised May 2004) The making of cloth or yarn from fiber. Entry should be skein or on spool; no woven cloth, embroidery, etc. Multiple skeins/spools of the

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Sculpture

(Revised May 2004) This category includes three-dimensional decorative pieces in any media: Subtractive (wood, stone, marble, etc.); additive (clay, etc.) or cast (bronze, etc.). Functional objects decorated with

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Scientific Gadgetry

(Revised May 2004) Scientific Gadgetry includes devices of medieval design which either measure the workings of the world (Ex., a clock, astrolabe. telescope, etc.) or demonstrate

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