20 Free Die Cut Patterns


20 Free Die Cut Patterns

For Cricut patterns that will have you sewing precise projects in no time, look no further than this stellar collection of Cricut sewing projects!

20 Free Die Cut Patterns

Precise, painless, and professional, die cutters are no-brainers when it comes to sewing designer-level patterns.

They eliminate the hassle of maneuvering dull scissors, cutting around finicky applique designs, and making multiple copies of one darling pattern.

If you want to sew professional-grade patterns in a cinch, then you need to check out this collection of 20 Free Die Cut Patterns, including lots of Cricut sewing projects!

Whether your die cut machine is automatic or manual, it’s the perfect tool for making your sewing a breeze. Unlike scissors, they get a full, even snip after every use, and you never have to worry about botching the technique.

These free die cut patterns will give every sewing project a cutting edge, whether you’re making a wallet or a wall banner.

Find out ways to use your die cutter to make appliques, too. You can even learn how to personalize your own clothing with die-cut designs!

So what are you waiting for? There are Cricut sewing patterns for every sewist out there, and now all you have to do is find out which speaks to you! It’s as simple as that.

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Die Cut Patterns for Bags

Cricut Wristlet Clutch Tutorial

Whether you’re looking for a pencil pouch that will get your kids jazzed for the back-to-school season or a sleek wallet that can carry all the necessities, this list has a sewing pattern for you! The best part?

Because these DIY bags are made with a die cutter, they’re guaranteed to have your friends thinking you spent a fortune on them. Follow any one of these hip bag tutorials, like the Cricut Wristlet Clutch Tutorial (shown), and you won’t ever have to waste time in a department store ever again.

Precious Unicorn Backpack Pattern

What little girl doesn't immediately fall in love with the magic of unicorns? If you want to get your daughter excited to go back to school, all you need to do is sew up this glitter applique unicorn backpack!

Glitter Unicorn Pencil Pouch Pattern

Make sure your little artist is equipped with the perfect pouch to carry colored pencils with this Glitter Unicorn Pencil Pouch Pattern! Going back to school has never been so magical.

Die Cut Wallet Sewing Pattern

This quirky and cute Die Cut Wallet Sewing Pattern is the perfect size to hold your necessities, but that's not even the best part! A simple snap closure and D-ring make this wallet a piece of cake to carry around.

Die Cut Patterns for Sewing Accessories

Bunny Die Cut DIY Sleeping Mask

There is nothing more versatile and fabulous than accessories that you sew yourself. Now you can cut the patterns for your DIY accessories with ease by using these beginner-friendly die cut patterns and tutorials.

Sew a headband or sweet sleep mask, like the Bunny Die Cut DIY Sleeping Mask (shown). Whichever of these clever die-cut ideas you choose, you’re guaranteed to fall in love with the precision-cut masterpiece.

How to Make a Perfect DIY Chrysanthemum Felt Flower

Everyone loves the brilliant color and delicate decor that flowers give, but it's expensive to replace them every week. Sew up these felt chrysanthemums and you'll brighten up everything from your clothes to your living room.

Die Cutter 10 Minute Headband Tutorial

Little girls are known for their bounding energy, so why should they be hindered by their hair? Sew up one of these super cute, girlish, and handy headbands in just ten minutes, and you'll never have to deal with flyaways again!

Handmade Pincushion and Pattern Weights Set

BONUS! This handmade pincushion and pattern weight set is an easy sewing project that makes a great gift for a fellow sewist and quilter, and it’s also a wonderful way to use up scraps from jelly rolls, fabric strips, or other projects. This version is customized with iron-on using the Cricut EasyPress Mini.

Die Cut Patterns for Clothes

How to Make a Petal Tee with a Die Cut Machine

Yes, we even have free die cut patterns for clothing! When you get a custom-tailored look in your clothes, you’re going to feel good about yourself. That’s why these free clothing sewing patterns are just the thing for you! Use a simple die-cutter machine to make designer-level DIY clothing without having to cut out patterns yourself.

Make any outfit uniquely yours by embellishing it with a custom flair. You can even use your die cutter to add trendy 3-D embellishments to your clothing, like in the guide on How to Make a Petal Tee with a Die Cut Machine (shown).

Create Custom Onesies with the Cricut EasyPress

Get your little fashionista started on couture from the start with this adorable Cricut onesie tutorial. You can add everything from cute phrases to precious polka dots to your bundle of joy's clothes.

Easy Custom T-Shirt

If you’re through scouring department stores for clothing that speaks to you, then you need this Easy Custom T-Shirt tutorial! Learn how to add a custom applique design to your favorite pieces and cut your shopping in half.

Semi-Quilted Bike Pant Leg Cuff Tutorial

Upcycle your old denim with this clever Bike Pant Leg Cuff, and you'll protect your clothes from the wear of cycling. Never worry about getting your pant legs caught on grinding gears with this cute die cut pattern.

Die Cut Patterns for Home Decor

Colorful Quilted DIY Pillow

When your home decor needs an update, you don’t have to start counting your cash. You can save a fortune and still have a stunning living space when you make your own DIY home sewing projects. Even better, when you make your own home decor with a die cutter, you make pieces that will look straight out of a Pottery Barn catalog!

Sew everything from brilliant and cozy DIY throw pillows, like the Colorful Quilted DIY Pillow (shown), to tea towels anyone would adore. From country chic to playfully youthful, every decoration style is represented in this collection of die-cutter decor.

DIY Monogrammed Tea Towels

Looking for the perfect housewarming gift but don't want to spend a fortune? These DIY Monogrammed Tea Towels are the thoughtful, personalized gift that every homeowner wants.

Easy Halloween Banner

Ghost hunters unite for this Halloween decor! If you want to show your Halloween spirit this October, then you need this Easy Halloween Banner. Simple and spooky, this die cut decor will be used year after year.

Love Lives Here Foil Applique DIY Banner

Whether you're decorating a new dorm or adding cozy flair to your home bedroom, this Love Lives Here Foil Applique DIY Banner is the perfect project. You'll always feel loved with this wall decor on display.

Birdie Lampshade

Cute, whimsical, and kid-friendly, this Birdie Lampshade will add woodland magic to any nursery or bedroom. Your little ornithologist is guaranteed to fall in love this simple Cricut lampshade pattern.

Quilted Melon Slice Pillow

Brighten up any room with the colors of summer when you sew this Quilted Melon Slice Pillow. You'll have to try not to smile when you see this sunny quilt pattern sitting on your living room sofa.

Tooth Fairy DIY Pillow

There's nothing more exciting than being visited by the Tooth Fairy as a kid. Your kids will have endless fun tucking their baby teeth into this DIY pillow's pocket, and they'll sleep tight while the Tooth Fairy works her magic.

Holiday Dove Ornament

Give the gift of peace this Christmas season when you sew this gorgeous Holiday Dove Ornament. Lovely, classic, and jolly, this simple fabric ornament will make your Christmas tree into a winter wonderland.

Whoo's Looking At Me Pillow

If you're as wise as an owl, then you know how important it is that you make one of these adorable pillows for your home! Give a cute and quirky vibe to any room with this animal pillow pattern.

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Right, so once I have bought the serger (my first one!) and learnt how to use it properly my next craft investment will be a die cut machine. There is just so much that it can be used for that makes it a really worthwhile purchase and the fact that it can save so much time together with the design aspects have got me really excited!

There was a time when I was making some rag quilts and rag quilt totes and I had a steel rule scallop die that I used to cut out all of the squares I needed for my projects. It saved me tons of time and each of the squares were of course perfectly cut, too. Also I have used dies with large motifs to create appliques.

T-shirts and quilts

I have a hard time saying a favorite project I like to make, I guess most is some sort of quilting. I am trying to do yard flags now and am getting excited with them.


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