Instant download of a Hello Fall SVG for free! Use to make a fun DIY hoop wreath or any other fall craft or autumn decor.
I can’t believe we are finally getting into the fall months. I. Am. So. Happy!! I love Fall, it is my favorite season!
Give me the cooler weather, the gorgeous leaves, pumpkins, pumpkin spice, apple cider, and the beginning of the holiday season spirit. Yes, please, all of it!!
I have made quite a few Fall Cricut projects before and I am making even more!
I bought a package of embroidery hoops last week and have already started putting them to good use. I made a fun and festive DIY hoop wreath with burlap and felt all cut out with my Cricut Explore Air 2.
Since I’m sure some of you are with me and have missed Fall, I made this FREE Hello Fall SVG file for you too. You can download the digital file at the bottom of the post.
There is no physical item associated with this post, just a digital item to download at the bottom of the post where the download link is.
Any Cricut or other SVG vinyl cutting machines like a Silhouette Cameo or Brother would work to cut out this Hello Fall SVG file. If you’d like to learn more about the different Cricut machines, make sure to check out the following posts:
You can make so many physical items with this free SVG like fall mugs, DIY wood signs, and Cricut shirts using a Cricut cutting machine, but today I’m going to show you how to apply the Hello Fall cut file to burlap.
Materials Needed for DIY Hoop Wreath
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- Embroidery Hoops – I got this package off of Amazon
- Fabric – I used orange burlap from the craft store
- Iron-on Vinyl of your choice – I like Cricut or Siser Easyweed brands
- Felt – I used Cricut felt sheets
- Cricut Explore Air 2 or Cricut Maker
- Cricut EasyPress 2 or Mini and mat
- glue gun
Making the Burlap Hoop Wreath
Cut a piece of burlap or fabric bigger than the hoop you are going to use. It doesn’t need to be a pretty cut since you will be trimming the edges later.
Find a file in Cricut Access you want to apply to your hoop wreath or download my free SVG design from below.
Upload it into Cricut Design Space and size it to fit your hoop. (If you need additional help with this step make sure to watch the video on my Cricut Tutorials post.)
I decided to cut all the words out of the same metallic iron-on vinyl so I ungrouped everything and selected just the words and clicked on Attach. If you don’t want the I’ve missed you part, simply delete it off!
When you go to make it make sure you select “mirror” since we will be using iron-on vinyl.
I am using my Cricut Explore Air 2 for this project and I always find it easiest to just turn the wheel to Custom and use the drop-down menu in Cricut Design Space. I’m using glitter iron-on and everyday iron-on for this hoop project.
Cut all of the iron-on vinyl and then weed off the extra pieces. (Make sure to read my cutting iron-on vinyl post if you need additional help with this step.)
Now we just need to apply the HTV to burlap. I always check the Cricut heat guide to see what to set my EasyPress 2 at. For iron-on vinyl on burlap it says 305F for 30 seconds. Although it doesn’t recommend to apply glitter iron-on vinyl on burlap, I did it anyway and it worked fine for me!
Once the EasyPress is preheated, press the burlap for 15 seconds.
I trimmed the edges of all the images and lined them up inside the embroidery hoop where I wanted them. They don’t have to be perfectly centered here because you can move the fabric a bit in the hoop. Use heat resistant tape if you need to keep them in place.
Then press everything for 30 seconds with firm pressure. Flip it over and press for 15 seconds.
When working with burlap and Cricut iron-on vinyl I have found it easiest to wait until the vinyl is cool before removing it. If you try to take the backing off too soon the HTV might come up with it!
Once it’s cool, remove the plastic backing. Since burlap has holes in it, not every part of the iron-on vinyl will stick so you might have to push it down with your fingers as you are peeling it off.
Now we just need to put the burlap fabric in the embroidery hoop. Unscrew the hoop so the inside comes out and place that under the fabric and center them.
Place the top hoop over the fabric and the inside hoop. The screw might need to be unscrewed quite a bit since the burlap is thick. Keep pushing the two parts of the hoop together and once they fit inside each other again tighten the screw if needed.
Usually I would fold over the fabric and glue it down but since you can see through the burlap I just trimmed the edges. You can always apply some Mod Podge or tape to the edges if you are worried about fraying. Or hot glue it onto the inside of the hoop edge.
Now you can stop here or add some felt flowers to make it more like an embroidery hoop wreath.
Your new DIY hoop wreath is ready to display!
Free Hello Fall SVG File
As a reminder, all of my FREE SVG files are for personal use only and not for commercial use. Please click here to purchase a commercial license if you want to use the files for commercial purposes such as to sell items for your small business.
There is no physical product, only a digital download file of the Hello Fall cut files.
The digital files will download in a zipped folder. There will be two sets of digital items in four different file formats.
Simply extract all the files from the zip folder to access the individual file type: SVG file, DXF file, EPS file, JPG format, and PNG file (PNG formats have a transparent background). No PDF files.
These different file types should work in Silhouette Studio, Silhouette Designer Edition, Adobe Illustrator Draw, Sure Cuts a Lot, Corel Draw, and Cricut Design Space.
Cricut Design Space prefers the SVG format. I’ve never used a Silhouette, but I’m told one of these will work as a Silhouette file.
Happy Fall Y’all and thanks for stopping by!