Cheeta Teamwear

Sponsorship And Fundraising

Apparel Education

Supacolour. Supapower!

Endless hours of weeding (and not that kind of weeding!), blistered fingers and sore eyes. The term ‘weeding’ in the apparel world refers to the process of removing the negative space from your artwork by peeling the transfer that is...

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Catalogue vs Complete Custom Apparel

At Cheeta we have two options when it comes to your apparel - ‘catalogue or ‘complete custom’: 1. Catalogue is where we choose one of the wholesaler’s catalogue items and decorate with your club logo (embroidery or print). This is...

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What is sublimation and when is it used?

Sublimation printing on garments is generally used for full garment coverage. Unlike other printing techniques such as Screen Printing which is generally applied to only part of the garment after it is constructed, sublimation printing is applied directly to the...

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Key Stakeholders

Volunteers And Committe

Orange is not the new black

One big worry for people designing their merchandise for the first time, or switching to a new supplier, is the colour matching of garments. Nobody wants an orange that turns on red or a blue that ends up purple. Whilst...

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Coaches And Players

Think ahead!

Do you ever look around your club and notice a mismatch of old and new garments, colours that don’t match, no consistent look and feel, old sponsors or logos? Is it making your club look daggy or unprofessional? Or even...

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Grants

Have it your way

It was not that long ago that the only customisation anyone saw on cricket whites was a small embroidery logo. Now it is not uncommon to see players running around at your local oval wearing every colour in the rainbow...

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