I’m so excited for Fall and Halloween! My son has been so excited for everything Halloween related so I decided to make him a new Halloween inspired tee with this “Boo yah” svg. The best part is that I’m sharing the Free Bat Cut File with you!
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I’ve used this “Boo yah” bat cut file multiple times. I used it on a black long sleeve tee for my son, and I cut it out on orange. There’s nothing more Halloween than black and orange together.
I love how the “BOO” is the giant focal point of the t-shirt. My son can’t wait to wear it in October!
My son is long and thin which makes it hard to buy tee shirts for him. I knew he would enjoy a Halloween so much that I decided to sew one and decorate it with a free svg. He loves this tee and says “boo yah” all day long!
For warmth I made him a long sleeve sweatshirt. I used the Alex and Anna Pajama* top in a size 6 which is about half a size up of what he usually wears. I used some amazing ghost fabric for the sleeves which isn’t available anymore but here is a similar ghost fabric: boo yah ghost fabric, grey ghosts fabric, and halloween ghosts.
I chose the ghost fabric because he needed some stretch in the sleeves. The gray sweatshirt fabric* for the body has almost no stretch so the sleeves would only be comfortable with a jersey fabric. I do love the way that the ghost fabric contrasts with the gray and black. It would’ve been cool with bat fabric!
I finished the neckline and sleeve hems with (similar) gray ribbing*. I used the bat “boo yah” cut file for him which you can find at the end of the post. He loves having a funny and scary shirt to wear this month!