Here are some chess tournament tips for parents who are new to the sport.
Prepping for the next state chess tournament.
We converted the kids' drawings into a T-shirt design.
Embroidering Carthartt jackets require the right tools and a lot of patience.
One of the trends that warms my heart or rather my arms... ARM SOCKS!!! My very resourceful daughter is the first one in the family who got into this. Unbeknownst to me, she found some of her old tights that she's outgrown and cut them so she can wear them as arm socks around the… Continue reading Warm Arms Not Arm Wars
Embroidery and heat press machines in tow, we headed over to Embassy Suites Lynnwood over the Memorial Day Weekend. The Washington Chess Federation (WCF) gave us the rare opportunity to spend a couple of days with hundreds of top-rated chess players all over the state including several Grandmasters who flew in to Seattle for Washington Open 2018. We ran the booth selling embroidered hats & other… Continue reading Hanging Out with Chess Grandmasters
Last weekend, we traveled to scenic Snoqualmie, Washington for our latest acquisition. This Merrow MG-3U Patch Emblem machine will put our patch business on 4th gear. Its sole purpose is to finish the patch edges. Our Creative Director has been coming up with lots of cool patch design ideas. Now, we’ll be able to make… Continue reading Merrow Magic
Two weekends ago, Embroiderrific was fortunate enough to have participated as a hat vendor at the Washington State Elementary Chess Championship. The event was held at the TRAC Center in Pasco, Washington (approx. a 4-hour drive from Seattle). Here are a couple of articles that Tri-City Herald and KEPRTV.com wrote about the tournament. We will be away… Continue reading Chess, Champions and Charm