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State Fashion Revue History

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2019 State 4-H Fashion Revue: "Fashion My Way"

2019 State Fashion Revue results

2019 SFR Skillathon results

State Fashion Revue logo

2019 SFR brochure  

2019 SFR Program

2019 Youth Co-Chairs: Jessica McCauley (Contra Costa County) and Abby Milanesa (Monterey County)

129 entries from 37 counties

Entry Categories" Traditional, Consumer Science Purchased $40 limit, The Box Challenge, Make It Mine Challenge, Retro/Historical Challenge

Service projects:

2018 State 4-H Fashion Revue: “Fashion Through the Ages” 

2018 Youth Chairs: Araceli Carrillo Medrano & Ashley Andes-McCullough 

Participants: 136 4-H members from 40 counties in California.

2018 State Fashion Revue Results

2018 SFR Program

Entry Categories" Traditional, Upcycled, Consumer Science Purchased $40 limit, See It Sew It Challenge, Retro/Vintage Inspired Challenge

Service Projects

Ryan's Case for Smiles:

Project Linus: 


2017 State Fashion Revue: "The Road to Fashion"

158 participants from 39 counties

Youth Chairs: Ashley Andes-McCullough & Araceli Carrillo Medrano

SFR 2017 Results

2017 SFR Program

SFR Brochure 2017

2017 State Winners
2017 State Winners

Entry categories:  Traditional, Consumer Science Purchased $40 Limit, Upcycled, Stripe-Print-Plaid Challenge, Knit Challenge

Service Projects:

Cancer Heart Pillows:

Quilts of Honor: 

2016 State Fashion Revue: "Hoe Down, Sew Down"

156 participants from 39 counties

Youth Chair: Courtney McCullough

2016 State Fashion Revue Results

2016 SFR Program

Thank you to the participants, judges, room monitors, project leaders, donors and committee for a successful event!

2016 SFR State Winners
2016 SFR State Winners

2016 State Fashion Revue brochure (PDF) 

Entry categories: Traditional, Consumer Science Purchased with $40 limit, Upcycled, Western Wear Challenge, and Muslin Challenge

2016 SFR Service Projects:

Reusable Bags. Reusable tote or grocery bags may be made from feed bags, leftover sturdy fabric, canvas, burlap or even old T-shirts. 4-H is promoting the use of unwanted materials to make sturdy, stylish and eco-friendly tote bags. Enjoy making them, donate them within your county and encourage everyone to keep some reusable bags on hand. SFR encourages members to research needs within their own communities for the donations. Ideas are local food banks (for food distribution), the library (for checking out children’s books especially in the winter), homeless shelters, and non-profit thrift stores who may give away or sell them. What about asking if you can set up a table at holiday time to give bags away as people enter the local grocery store with a display about eliminating single-use plastic bags? You could even use them to hold holiday gifts instead of wrapping paper. There are many online tutorials, just be sure to reinforce the seams by stitching twice or zig-zagging them.

Reuseable Bag Tags (PDF)

Links to patterns for Reusable bags:

County & Regional Recycling Market Development Zones (RMDZ) - Zone Administrator Contacts

PORT PILLOWS for cancer patients who have a portacath for chemo infusions. Wearing a seat belt irritates the port, so these little pillows cushion that area and make driving more comfortable. Supplies for one pillow are a 12" X 6" piece of soft cotton fabric, a 4" piece of 1/2" velcro (both the hook part and the loop part) , fiberfill, thread and a sewing machine. The Port Pillows can be donated locally in your county to a cancer center or the American Cancer Society.

Port Pillows Handout (PDF)


2015 State Fashion Revue: "Through the Looking Glass"

156 members entered from 38 counties

Youth Chair: Courtney McCullough (Nevada County)

2015 State Fashion Revue results (PDF)

2015 SFR State Winners
2015 SFR State Winners

SFR Brochure 2015

Entry categories: Traditional, Consumer Science $40, Upcycled, Jacket Challenge, and Costume Challenge

Service Projects:

Hats for the Hopeful (fleece hats) for youth and adult cancer patients, newborns, homeless drop-in shelters or to till a need in your community. They can be made of fleece, soft fabric or knitted/crocheted of soft yarn. 

There were a total of 578 hats made and donated. Thank you to these counties! Contra Costa - 65, Del Norte - 1, Kings - 100, Madera - 9, Mendocino - 32, Monterey - 9, Orange - 58, Placer - 48, San Luis Obispo - 12, Santa Clara - 190, Siskiyou - 50, Tulare - 4.

"Fashion It Pillowcases" for foster children, Ronald McDonald type housing, Children’s Hospitals, Nursing Homes, Special Needs Camps, and other venues throughout California. 


2014 State Fashion Revue "California Grown, California Sewn"

158 participants from 40 counties! 

Youth Co-Chairs: Madison Gibson (Contra Costa County) and Courtney McCullough (Nevada County). 

  2014 SFR Program

  2014 SFR Results

Entry categories: Traditional, Consumer Science Purchased $40, Upcycled, Denim Challenge, Apron Challenge

2014 Service Projects: Drawstring bags for foster children (299 sewn) and Wheelchair & Walker bags for seniors (77 sewn). 

2014 SFR State Winners
2014 SFR State Winners

2013 State Fashion Revue "Timeless Fashions"

SFR 2013 Results

2013 SFR Program

2013 SFR Winners
2013 SFR Winners

2013 SFR Categories: Traditional, Consumer Science Purchased $19.99, Wearable Art-Embellished, 2 Yard Wonder - Challenge, and Duct Tape Challenge.

2013 Service Projects: State Fashion Revue coordinated 3 service projects: small stuffed animal, drawstring bags, and "Little Dresses & Shorts for Africa." 

Handout about 2013 SFR:  SFR Brochure 2013

2012 SFR Committee
2012 SFR Committee

2012 State Fashion Revue: Behind the Scenes

- 163 youth registered from 38 counties
- 1225 pillowcases donated for Million Pillowcase Project
- 83 Quilts donated for Quilts for Wounded Warriors
Categories included Traditional, Consumer Science Purchased $100 limit, Wearable Art Embellished, Tote Bag Challenge, $19.99 CS Purchased Challenge
- Workshops & Activities included: Make it Take it crafts with the American Sewing Guild Sacramento chapter, fabric birds, Judging and ID classes, Modeling practice, Pattern Exchange

- SFR 2012 Results
- Million Pillowcase Project Results
- SFR 2012 Program  

2012 SFR Winners
2012 SFR Winners

2011 State 4-H Fashion Revue: Fashion ¢ents

- 142 youth registered, representing 38 counties
- Workshops & activities included: County Corner displays, hand quilting, Make it - Take it Crafts, Judging classes, assembling quilts, Pattern Exchange, and modeling practice. 
- 4-Hers from throughout California sewed 150 hospital gowns for Operation Cover Up plus 60 completed quilts were donated for Quilts for Wounded Warriors. We are so grateful for your support of our service projects. 

SFR 2011 Results
View photographs here
SFR program 2011
Operation Cover Up 2011

2011 SFR Winners
2011 SFR Winners

SFR Pattern of Success: 
Karli Draxler

2011 "Fashion ¢ents"
  New activities: Quilts for Wounded Warriors, Operation Cover Up
  Challenge: $15 Challenge outfit 
2010 "What’s in YOUR closet?" 

  New activities: Hats Off for Kindness and County Corner
  Challenge: Vest 
   2010 State 4-H Fashion Revue results
  Click here for pictures

2010 SFR Winners
2010 SFR Winners

  New activity: Dress Your Bear
  Challenge: Apron
  New activity: Body Beautiful workshop
  Challenge: Backpack

  Challenge: Handbag

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