DIY felt weather chart

With this felt weather chart, your little one can determine the temperature, weather, wind, humidity, and even the phase of the moon at night. The individual pieces stick to the felt banner with a low-profile velcro, which can be stored in the pockets at the bottom for storage until another day. Also, all of the pieces are hand-sewn, making this a project that you can keep for years and pass down.

Note: If you are downloading the SVG files, make sure to check out the PDF pattern for a fun bonus printable for kids! 

How to Make a Felt Weather Chart

  1. Gather your craft tools and materials. Then download the pattern above.
  2. Cut out the felt pieces according to the pattern using scissors or a Cricut Maker.
  3. One solid, uncut sheet of the felt in “night” will be used as the main body of the weather chart. Position and pin in place the 6 colored wedges that make up the temperature gauge, centered from the sides and 3-¼” down from the top edge of the felt (to the top edge of the temperature gauge, see placement guide in PDF). Whip stitch each wedge onto the background using 1 strand of matching floss for each of the colors of felt.
  4. The wedges should be sewn right next to each other with no gaps.

Full tutorial available for members to download above.

handsewn felt weather chart tutorial by Lia Griffith

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