Witch Hat Iris Folding Pattern

Published on October 23rd, 2019

Show off your inner witch with this intermediate difficulty iris folding pattern of a witch hat.

This is the final iris folding pattern from this year’s Halloween Craft Countdown.

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The other Halloween themed patterns were:

Free witch hat iris folding template

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Halloween witch hat iris folding pattern

This witch hat iris folding pattern is ideal for Halloween.

Although witch hats tend to be grey or black, I wanted to make a bit more of a colourful card.

I used purple handmade paper to make the folds of the hat. This had a stamped gold paint pattern on it, which I think gives a nice effect where you see it poking through the folds.

Gold paper for the belt added to the shimmery appearance and I emphasized this further by mounting the iris folding topper onto gold paper before sticking it to my card.

If you’re new to iris folding, watch the video below to find out how to do it:

Although most of this pattern follows the traditional iris folding ‘spiral’ as shown in the above video, there are some advanced folds at the beginning to create the belt and buckle on the hat.

I’ll be recording a video on how to do these folds soon, so be sure to check back in to the main iris folding page in a couple of weeks to see it.

Happy crafting,
Sarah x

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