LEOPARD PRINT CROSS FREE SVG CUT FILE

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Pink t-shirt with turquoise cross with leopard print spots

Leopard print is all the rage. This design pairs the leopard with a cross and makes such an adorable shirt. The leopard pattern is in the cut file so you won’t need patterned vinyl to create this look. Use the design alone, or add your favorite verse. What will you make with this design?

The pattern is within the design. No need for patterned vinyl.

MATERIALS NEEDED FOR A LEOPARD PRINT CROSS T-SHIRT

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12 Comments

  1. I have downloaded the Free Leopard print cross.
    It says on your page “The pattern is within the design” and shows the 3 different layers, but I don’t understand how to get the layers to separate when I’m saving the PNG?

  2. Thank you. How do you separate ll the pieces to make it three colors? Is there a tutorial?

    1. I would need more info to answer your question. In general, if you use the SVG format with Cricut or Silhouette software, it will be in separate layers in your software.

    2. You’re welcome. Most crafters use the Cricut or Silhouette software will see the layers in the software when using the SVG formatted version.

  3. I downloaded the SVG and uploaded it to my Cricut design space and still I see only one layer….I feel really dumb right now. How do I separate the layers?

    1. First I would double check and make sure you uploaded the SVG version as that’s the only format that would have layers. If you did upload the SVG, off to the right side of Design Space, you should see the different layers. They always upload as “grouped”. To modify a specific layer, you’ll need to click the UNGROUP button.

      Hope this helps. Feel free to outreach if you have more questions.

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