Birth of a Shirt

The process you see below can be applied to the design and manufacture of most sporting garments.

Drawing Client Sketch on the Computer

Initial Design


The Initial Design idea supplied to us by our customer.

Drawing Client Sketch on the Computer

Convert Sketeches to CAD


Converting the original sketches into detailed computer design, including club badge, numbers, sponsors logos and transferring them to our shirt templates ready for printing.

Drawing Client Sketch on the Computer

Wide Format Printing


The wide format digital printer producing the sublimation transfers for printing the fabric panels

Drawing Client Sketch on the Computer

Cut a Base


Cutting the base fabric ready for application of the transfer images.

Drawing Client Sketch on the Computer

Removing Transfer


Shirt panel before and after transfer printing using the large format heat press.

Drawing Client Sketch on the Computer

After Transfer Process


Shirt panel before and after transfer printing using the large format heat press.

Drawing Client Sketch on the Computer

Overlocking


Overlocking the printed panels together to form the shirt.

Drawing Client Sketch on the Computer

Finish Garment


The finished shirt, which is now the adopted playing kit of ELTHAM TOWN FC.

This kit is worn by players from the age of 7 to Old Age Pensioners(VETS), made up of 26 teams, in excess of 300 players.

Embroidery

Embroidery


You can also add embroidery to your customised garment if you wish.