Every two years the Saskatchewan Craft Council has an exhibit called "Dimensions". Artists submit their work, it is juried, and prizes are offered by a variety of craft clubs. Currently, the winner of the SWS's award receives a prize of $500. JoAnne Sauder was the winner in 2021. "Why does anyone want this?" is a binary knitted piece measuring 101x53x5cm. Photograph by Kevin Hogarth of Hogarth Photography. Congratulations, JoAnne!
2019: Toby Cote, Capilano. Unbleached primitive linen, wool strips, wool stitching, and felted wool casing; traditional rug hooking.
2013: Melanie Monique Rose, Olive Rose. Naturally and synthetically dyed wool and silk; hand wet felting.
2008: Alison Phillips, Dogwood Shawl. Silk, tea dye; handwoven, dyed in tea.
2005: Coleen Nimetz, Untitled. Qiviut; hand spun, hand knit.
2017: Heike Fink, Playful. Wool, sisal, silk, rocks, driftwood, seashells; needle felting, wet felting.
2011: Judy Haraldson, Crocus and Prairie Smoke. Merino wool, glass beads, hand spinning, hand knitting.
2007: June Jacobs, Vestal. Merino fleece, acrylic medium; hand felted, hand formed.
2015: Gwen Klypak, Red Scarf. Merino wool silk, sodium alginate; handweaving, felting, applying resists.
2009: Jane Evans, Sunset Patterns. Cotton, polyester, linen and silk threads, textile paint; painting, weaving, free motion machine embroidery.
2006: Jane Evans, Golden Stream. Cotton, polyester, metallic, rayon, acrylic threads, textile paint; warp painting, weaving, machine & hand embroidery.
No image available: 2004 Kaija Sanelma Harris, Pink Square no. 1. Wool warp, mohair weft.