Use this free witch SVG cut file to make a really fun Halloween t-shirt or trick-or-treat tote bag. Say “BOOtiful” with a witch hat for Halloween!
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! It works great in iron-on vinyl, HTV, or infusible ink!
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.
What is Iron-On Vinyl or HTV?
Iron-on vinyl or heat transfer vinyl is vinyl that has glue or adhesive on the back that is activated when heated. When the iron-on vinyl is heated the glue causes the iron-on vinyl to be fused to the t-shirt. The iron-on vinyl sits on top of the fabric.
The color of the iron-on vinyl is the color it will be after being heated. The color does not change.
What is Infusible Ink?
Infusible ink is ink that is transferred by heat. It’s essentially sublimation, but it’s now accessible to hobby crafters. When infusible ink is transferred the ink is infused into the item.
Infusible ink can be purchased as an infusible ink transfer sheet and as infusible ink pens. The colors of the infusible ink transfer sheet look pale before being heated, but they are very bright once heated and transferred.
Do you love halloween SVG cut files? Check out these free options:
- Halloween “BOO” svg cut file
- Free Bat “boo ya” svg cut file
- Free Ghost “fabBOOlous” svg cut file
- Free skeleton + heart svg cut file
- Free skeleton svg cut file
- 11 Free Ghost SVG cut files
- Skeleton mermaid SVG
- Skeleton SVG Cut Files
- Free Halloween Face SVG Cut Files for Masks
Get the Free witch Cut File!
If you make something using this free SVG file, I’d love to see! Please share it on social media with the hashtag #heatherhandmade and tag me!