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Enamelwork

(Revised May 2004) This category includes any object composed of enamel or on which enameling has been done (reliquaries, boxes, religious items, book covers, etc.) or

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Counted and Free Form Embroidery

(Revised May 2004) Free form embroidery, any style, and counted, which includes styles such as cross-stitch, Assist, blackwork, needlepoint, cut-and-drawn. Approved SCA heraldic devices will be considered

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Dyeing

(Revised May 2004) The category is for the coloring of fiber or fiber products (thread, cloth, etc) for spinning, weaving, sewing, etc. Dyeing of non-fiber products such

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Drawing

(Revised May 2004) This category includes drawings, sketches, studies, architectural drawings, illustrations, and designs. Illuminations should be judged under the Illumination criteria. Drawing media includes

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Dramatic Performance

(Revised May 2004) Includes all mimetic performances: scenes from play scripts, mime, improvisation, etc. Subsidiary elements such as music, sets, or costumes may be included to enhance

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European Dance

(Revised May 2004) Individual or group entries. An original dance (by entrant or other) may be used if it is completely authentic in style. Choreography

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Eastern Dance Performance

(Revised May 2004) Individual or group entries. Eastern Dance Performance; Novice Documentation 0-8 points. Judging and scoring for Documentation is based on a graduated level

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Single Dish Cooking

(Revised 5/04) Recipes must be included. Each section has a heading which provides critical information for judging. An entry must consist of a single dish.

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Remove Cooking

(Revised 5/04) NOTE: Recipes must be included and those not in modern English should be translated to modern English. Each section has a heading which

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