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Free Harry Potter SVG Files

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Use this collection of Free Harry Potter SVG files to make eye-catching T-Shirts, fun coffee mugs, Trick-or-Treat bags, signs and much more!

Harry Who?

I discovered Harry Potter in the summer of 1999. I had just started a new job that required a ton of air travel. Every week, I was winging around the country, from Chicago to LA to NYC to Dallas, Seattle, Portland, San Diego and more. In every airport, I kept seeing the same book: Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone. I thought nothing of it – the book seemed to be aimed squarely at kids (so why was it so prevalent in airports?).

And then on the airplanes, in almost every row, some woman in a business suit or grown man would be reading a copy. I passed them off as simpletons with nothing better to do with their time.

But how many simpletons were there in this country?

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After a couple of months, the buzz was really out there. Even I heard it. This book was storming the nation (and the world!)

Give up, Give in, Get Hooked!

So the next time I was in O’Hare Airport, I sidled up to one of those airport book racks. I flicked my eyes left and right. When I was sure no one was watching, my hand shot out and grabbed a copy of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone. I quickly paid (while averting all eye contact – this was embarrassing!), shoved the book in my bag and guiltily made my way to the gate.

While I waited for my flight, I cracked the cover of that very first Hogwarts adventure and within minutes, I was hooked.

Since then, I (like most people on Earth) have devoured every printed word and feasted on every movie frame. JK Rowling didn’t just write about magic. She created it.

And today, we’d like to share a little bit of that magic with you with this collection of free Harry Potter SVG files.

Our designs look amazing on T-Shirts. I just made one for Baris and two for my babes.

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But they’ll also make perfect signs and decor for your home.

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What Else Can You Make With Your Free Harry Potter SVG Files?

Put one on a tote for a Trick-or-Treat bag you’re kids will love! And don’t forget about mugs! It’s scientifically impossible to have too many personalized coffee mugs!

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Oh, on the subject of mugs, did you know we figured out how to make Cricut Infusible Ink mugs (dye sublimation) without the need for a special mug press?

Or maybe tumblers are more your thing?

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They make great pillows. You know how nuts my babes goes for pillows, right? By the way, the exact same pattern used on the Pottery Barn Teen pillow shown below is among the free Harry Potter SVG files we are sharing with you today!

Christmas it coming up. Our Harry Potter SVG files are perfect for ornaments. Make some for yourself and give some away!

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Yep, there’s something for all ages in this collection – even the little magic poop-machines!

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Free Harry Potter SVG Files

As usual, here is some information on these free Harry Potter SVG files: we created today’s freebies as JPG, PNG and SVG files which are resizable and compatible with Cricut and all other cutting machines. If you’re into embroidery, you’re in luck as we also created the PES (Embroidery) files of these beautiful Harry Potter patterns!

Now it’s time to click on the button below to download today’s freebies – they are all in the “Halloween” and “SVGs – Stencils” section of The VIP Patch.

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    1. Thank you so much, Laura! We’re going to have more SVGs coming up soon (Star Wars, Mandalorian, etc). No colorful leaves down here, but we still have roses blooming!

  1. Oh my… you made my day! And I think the little bun I have in the oven is going to have a bedroomful of Harry Potter prints/clothes!
    Thanks a lot!

  2. These are stunning! I want to make them into stickers for personal use only. Can I screenshot the pdf to make them smaller?
    Thank you again!! I get so excited seeing all your beauitful designs!

    1. Thank you, Mandi! Handan will prepare a single-page PDF with smaller graphics which will work perfectly for stickers. How big do you want each sticker (roughly)? She’ll prepare it tonight and upload it.

    2. Okay, Handan made TWO sheets of stickers for you! They’re already uploaded to the VIP Patch in both PDF and PNG versions. She also added some extra graphics to the stickers that aren’t available in the full size. We hope you like them!

    1. Hey Stephanie, SVG is a graphic filetype that stands for “Scalable Vector Graphic” which basically means you can blow it up or shrink it down as big or small as you want and the edges and shapes will stay sharp and well defined. It’s the most common file type used for cutting machines like Cricuts and Silhouettes. Hope that helped!

  3. Thanks these are awesome!!! Do you have any embroidery files? They are PES that are digitized. Thank you 🙂 You’re the only bloggers I follow 🙂

    1. Thank you so much, GG! We don’t have any embroidery files, but I wouldn’t rule it out – we’re always branching out and trying new things!

    2. Hi GG, can you look in the VIP Patch again? Handan turned these Harry Potter SVGs into PES files for you, but we don’t have any way to see if they work. Can you check them for us and let us know? Thanks!

  4. Thank you so much Greg. You have given me the idea to make my Grandson a couple of ‘unique’ Harry Potter t-shirts this Xmas (Grandma might make herself one too) 🙂

    My hubby is working on an idea to make me a wall mounted wand holder with ‘Ollivanders’ across the top – any suggestions??



      1. Hi Greg. Thanks for the reply. At the moment I have three wands – but intend to possibly get more – so about 6 on a wand holder I should think. The longest wand seems to be the ‘Elder Wand’ at approx 36cm. Thanks again and I really love your posts and am in great envy of your lovely new home (and spectacular kitchen!!) Jayne

        1. Hi Jayne, ok, check out today’s post. I think you could use a board like that to display your wands. You can sand it and stain it in a similar manner as I did, or you could paint it. You could then drill holes for wood dowels – 2 per wand – and have the wands displayed in a column. Since they are supported by two wooden pegs, they can easily be taken off and put back. At the top of the board you can stencil the name of the wand shop (or use letters like we did in today’s post). Good luck and send me a pic when it’s done!

  5. Hi Greg,

    I’m also looking for the embroidery files that you mentioned above for GG. All I can find are the cutting files. Can you help this poor Muggle find her way? Thanks 🙂

    1. Hi Karen, after you click on the Harry Potter Stencils/SVGs picture in the VIP Patch and get taken to the Google Drive page where the files are located, you’ll notice a folder sitting just above the files named “PES Embroidery Files.” Click on that, and you’re good to go!

  6. quick question are these just for personal use or can you use them commercially to make items and sell not sell the actual design??

  7. Hi Greg,
    Super designs! Can I ask what you used, file-wise and machine-wise, to print on the T-shirts? I don’t have a Cricut or silhouette but may invest in one for future projects. Is t-shirt cotton or polyester? Seems to me Cricut infusible ink doesn’t work on cotton.
    Thanks! Carol

    1. Hi Carol, we use a Cricut Maker to cut the designs onto iron-on vinyl, and then we heat transfer them onto the shirts. You are correct about Infusible Ink – it must be done on a polyester shirt.

      1. Great, thanks Greg. Do you do the same for pillow covers or do you use polyester pillow covers and use infusible ink for those. I see so many great pillow covers but I could buy a machine for the price of 6 of them. Thanks again for your reply!


  8. Maybe you should lead of by saying these aren’t free unless your a member. It would have saved me alot of scrolling time.

  9. I have subscribed…multiple times. I am trying to download the free HP SVG files, but I can not find the link to download. Where is it located?

  10. Thank you so much for sharing these wonderful designs! My hubby surprised my son and me with a trip to Universal in February and I am making said son a shirt using the Up to No Good design. He is going to love it! I’m using some of your other designs (Star Wars printables) in his bedroom refresh and it’s going to be amazing! Enjoy some fraps on me!
    Stay healthy!

  11. I have clicked on the photos more than once and dont seem to be getting redirected to the Google doc, unless I’m missing something here…..

  12. I’m also trying to download the free SVGs but not figuring out how to do this. Can you advise?

  13. Hello, just would like to say the Harry Potter Svg are great, I am new to cricut but love it so far, can you please advise me if all of the SVG are for personal or commercial use?

    1. Hi Deb, the SVG files are for personal use, so you couldn’t resell those designs. But you can make t-shirts, mugs etc using the SVG files and sell those. Not that this only applies to our SVG files. Our printables are for personal use only, so you couldn’t print a shirt or mug with those designs and sell them. Thanks for asking!