2017 Fiesta of Fashion Clothing Revue

Youth from all over the county participated in the 2017 Buffalo County Fair Clothing Revue.

The 2017 Buffalo County Fair Clothing Revue, Fiesta of Fashion, was held on June 19, at the Roger Marten Community Center in Mondovi. The 4-H Clothing Project is an opportunity for youth to create and sew their own clothing as well as have their garments evaluated by a qualified judge. At the Clothing Revue, the youth’s projects are judged on difficulty, fit, overall appearance, and fabric and pattern selection. This experience is an opportunity for youth to learn techniques for sewing clothing and developing life skills such as consumerism, goal setting, planning and organization skills. Fifteen youth participants, with twenty-five exhibits, were judged in twenty lots, and four different age classes at the event. Abby George and Rachel Hovey taught younger members modeling tips for a style show. The final event of the evening was the style show, “Fiesta of Fashion.” The judge for the judging event was Fay Passow. The Clothing Revue Project members would like to give a special thank you to the Marten Center for holding the event, Judge Fay Passow for coming and providing feedback, and to the volunteers that help the young members sew their own garments.


Simple sewn garment or accessory: Haylie Currier-1st, Nessa Noll-1st, Hazel Wik- 1st

Junior (Grade 3-6)

Blouse, top, or shirt: Alison George-1st, merit, reserve champion

Dress or jumper: Finley Noll-1st, merit, trophy, Madalyn Wick-1st, merit, Alison George-2nd

Garment constructed for a person, age 11 and under: Madalyn Wick-1st, Kyan Rosenberg-1st

Loungewear or sleepwear: Whitney Kreibich-1st

Pants, shorts, skort, or split skirt: Kyan Rosenberg-1st

Skirt: Finley Noll-first, merit, Caroline Currier-1st

Unlined jacket or coat: Finley Noll-1st

Intermediate (Grade 7-9)

Dress or jumper: Chloe Kleinschmidt-1st, merit, Amber Kleinschmidt-1st

Garment constructed for a person, age 11 and under: Rylee Rosenberg-1st, merit, trophy, Hannah Noll-1st

Other article not listed: Rylee Rosenberg-1st

Skirt: Hannah Noll-1st, merit

Suit, two or more pieces: Hannah Noll-1st, merit, reserve champion

Senior (Grades 10 & Over)

Dress or jumper: Abigail George-1st, merit, reserve champion, Rachel Hovey-1st, merit, trophy

Loungewear or sleepwear: Abigail George-1st, Rachel Hovey-1st

Abigail George, of the Hilltop Climbers 4-H Club, and Rachel Hovey of the Lookout Legends 4-H club, qualified for and plan to attend the Wisconsin State Fair Clothing Revue, August 10-13, in West Allis, WI.

Madalyn Wick, of the Clover 4-H club, made matching outfits for herself, and little sister, Molly.

Hannah Noll exhibited a skirt in the intermediate division. Hannah received Reserve Champion on her two piece suit.

Cloverbuds, Haylie Currier, Hazel Wik, and Nessa Noll all received blue ribbons on their simple sewn garments.

Sisters, Amber and Chloe Kleinschmidt, both exhibited blue ribbon dresses.

Caroline Currier created a colorful skirt, and matched it with colorful hair accessories.

Alison George, a member of the Hilltop Climbers 4-H, made a cat themed blouse. She received the junior division reserve champion title on her top.

Whitney Kreibich, a first year exhibitor in the clothing project, received constructive feedback from the judge on how to improve her skills.

Finley Noll received the junior division trophy on her dress which included an invisible zipper.

Kyan Rosenberg, a member of the Cheerful Workers 4-H club made pants for himself and his younger brother.

Abigail George talked with the judge about her dress and her experiences in her thirteen years of participating in the clothing project.

Rylee Rosenberg modeled a romper that she exhibited in the any other article category. Rylee received the intermediate division trophy for her garment that she constructed for her cousin.

Abigail George and Rachel Hovey will be attending the WI State Fair Clothing Revue with the dresses they exhibited Monday night.

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