50+ Sites With SVG Cut Files For Free Download

SVG Cut Files For Free Download

If you’ve recently gotten a new Cricut machine, you’re likely itching for new places to get SVG files, but where do you look? In today’s article, we’ve compiled a list of sources with SVG cut files that are FREE downloads for you.

Whether you need SVGs for shirts, mugs, paper crafts, or gift boxes – the below site have you covered!!

Note: Not everything on this list is okay for commercial use!! If you’re planning to sell some of your creations on Etsy, then check out other other article: Free SVG files for commercial use.

Here’s our list – check the links to see their selection and download designs!!

  1. The Design Hippo
  2. Free Cut Files
  3. Craft Bundles
  4. Crunchy Pickle
  5. Cutting For Business
  6. Design Bundles
  7. Creative Fabrica
  8. Poofy Cheeks
  9. 100 Directions
  10. Craftables
  11. Dreaming Tree
  12. Pineapple Paper Co
  13. Hey Let’s make Stuff
  14. Caluya Design
  15. I Should Be Mopping The Floor
  16. Ruffles and Rainboots
  17. So Fontsy
  18. Free SVG Designs
  19. Hello SVG
  20. Funlurn
  21. Brooklyn Berry Designs
  22. Get Silvered
  23. Happy Crafters
  24. Love SVG
  25. Kimber Dawn Co
  26. Love Paper Crafts
  27. Jennifer Maker
  28. Designs By Miss Mandee
  29. Craft House SVG
  30. Simply Crafty
  31. The Girl Creative
  32. Perfectly Stylish Cuts
  33. Cut That Design
  34. Koti Beth
  35. Birds Cards
  36. Monica’s Creative Room
  37. Artsy Fartsy Mama
  38. Chichfetti
  39. Happiness Is Homemade
  40. Sweet Red Poppy
  41. A Girl and a Glue Gun
  42. My Designs In The Chaos
  43. The Hungry Jpeg
  44. That’s What Che Said
  45. Leap Of Faith Crafting
  46. The Country Chic Cottage
  47. Crella
  48. Michael’s Crafts
  49. SVG Crush
  50. Vexels
  51. Burton Avenue
  52. The Simply Crafted Life
  53. See Lindsay
  54. Kara Creates

That’s all for today! I’ll try to add more good sites to the list as I come across them. However, I think this selection already has more designs than you could ever use. Many sites have hundreds of designs on their own! In any case, happy crafting ya’ll and get busy making stuff.

By Barb Koehler

Barbie Koehler learned to love sewing from a young age in home economics. Though only recently did she decide to start blogging about that experience. She loves quilting, and spending free weekends at the lake with her grand kids.