Wise County 4-H’ers competed in the Rolling Plains District 3 4-H Fashion Show April 12 in Newcastle. Cotton Awards, donated by Rolling Plains Cotton Growers Inc. were given to the best cotton garments in the construction and buying categories in each division.
Participants in the District Fashion Show have completed a series of lessons in clothing and textiles and have sewn or bought a garment. The project teaches basic clothing construction, grooming techniques, leadership skills and consumer education. A fashion storyboard category teaches youth design elements.
Senior 4-H’ers representing Wise County included:
- Fallon Sachse – 1st place, Construction-Semi-formal to Formal
- Christian Cross – 2nd place, Buying-Fantastic Fashions under $25; 1st place Cotton Award
- Lyndi Luttrull – 1st place, Buying-Business/Interview Attire
- Lauryn Luttrull – 1st in Buying-Everyday Living.
Junior 4-H’ers representing Wise County were:
- Angelina Newbold – 1st place, Construction-Everyday Living
- Allie Tribe – 4th place, Construction-Popover Skirt; 1st place Cotton Award
- Julyssa Cantu – 1st place, Buying-Everyday Living
- Riley Maggret – 1st place, Buying-Special Interest
4-H’ers that competed in the Fashion Story Board competition were:
- Anne Marie Wells – 1st place, Senior Wearable
- Fallon Sachse – 1st place, Senior Jewelry
- Mikayla Martinets – 1st place, Senior Pet Clothing
- Delaney Ingram – 2nd place, Intermediate Wearable
- Malachi Martinets – 1st place, Intermediate Accessory
- Mariah Martinets – 1st place, Intermediate Non-Wearable.
Congratulations to all of these 4-H’ers.
Tanya Davis is a Wise County Extension agent.