Sewers, knitters, quilters and cooks will submit their best work for upcoming Country Women's Association handicraft and cookery competitions.
Central West Group handicraft officer Debra Thomas said the idea of the competition was for each branch to choose their best items to submit for the competition.
"In the group we have 15 branches and seven are participating in the competition," she said.
"We have 63 handicraft items being judged.
"We have lots of crochet and lots of really good knitting, there are other things such as embroidery."
Mrs Thomas said the types of items people submitted since the competition started had changed with fewer people entering the dressmaking section.
Handicraft judging will be at the CWA hall in Robertson Park on March 9 and once all items are submitted the craft items will be displayed at Orange City Library until Friday, March 13.
The winning items will be entered for the state competition at the annual CWA conference in Newcastle.
There will be no public display for the cookery competition, which will be judged at the Orange CWA rooms at 11am on March 13.
The winners of both competitions will be presented at the library on March 13 at 2pm. The cookery winner will also submit entries to state competition.
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