Who else likes Halloween inspired puns and tee shirts? I am raising both hands right now. I will admit that I’m not that good at coming up with puns, but my husband is and always helps me.
It really was so fun to create a free witch cut file to share with you today because I just kept talking about more and more Halloween puns! Get the free svg at the end of the post!
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I’ve made this witch t-shirt two times, and I’ve loved it each time! The second time I made it I used a black long sleeve tee. I did white everyday iron-on vinyl for the letters, and I did white glitter iron-on vinyl for the hat. It doesn’t show up in the photos, but the extra sparkle is really fun!
My daughter is so excited to wear this Halloween t-shirt this year! She can’t wait for it to get cold enough to wear long sleeves! I think it would look great with a black skirt, a black witch hat, and a little broom. What an easy Halloween costume!
For my baby daughter I made a Mini Briar which is still a little too big for her, but I think it works well as a tunic for now. It think it’s so big that she’ll be able to wear it for Halloween next year and maybe even the nest year! I love when kids clothes get lots of use.
I used a lightweight gray bamboo rayon spandex* remnant for it. It has beautiful drape, but this fabric stretches out like crazy. When I made a tee for myself it turned out weirdly too large which I attribute to the fabric.
It was so big that I had to add shirring at the sleeve hems and across the back at the empire line to give it a little more shape. The neckline is still a little too open, but it is a size 2/3 and she’s only 18 mos. I’m considering adding shirring somewhere on the neckline to bring it it.
Then I ironed on the BOOtiful witch cut file in white. I love the contrast of the white against the gray. It really makes the witch hat pop.