DMC Thread Inventory Spreadsheet – Updated

Everyone loves a good collection of threads, but unless you have the whole set of DMC threads you’re going to need a way to keep track of what you have, and haven’t got. That’s why we created this awesome colored spreadsheet of all standard, metallic, variations, variegated, Coloris and Étoile 6 strand DMC threads, so you can keep track.
Just click the link or image and save the spreadsheet. You can access it on your computer, phone, or put it through googledocs!

DMC thread spreadsheet free download by Lord Libidan
DMC thread inventory sheet free download by Lord Libidan

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Updated August 2021

This Post Has 167 Comments

  1. Marie

    Hi , I have downloaded the spreadsheet but can’t enter any data

    1. LordLibidan

      It sounds like your Excel has opened it in “protected View”. Is there a yellow bar at the top under your “file”, “edit” & “Home”?
      This happens when files are downloaded from the internet sometimes. You need to select “Enable Editing”.
      Hope that helps!

  2. Christy

    Thank you! This spreadsheet is amazing, it is exactly what I wanted. You have saved me so much work, now I have more time to stitch.

  3. Deborah

    It works now!! Thanks for all of your help.

  4. Deborah

    opening with microsoft excel and just cleared and entered again and the search function is still coming up as zero ….

    1. LordLibidan

      Hmm… I’ve checked the file for download and it’s working correctly, so it’s probably something to do with your excel settings. I’ve sent you an email, we’ll work out what’s wrong!

  5. Deborah

    OK, perhaps I need a little instruction …. I downloaded the spreadsheet and tested with a bobbin that i had on my desk. I entered, saved and then searched. it came up as zero. I closed the spreadsheet, saving, and then reopened and searched again. and again, zero

    1. LordLibidan

      Hey! This could be for a whole bunch of different reasons, and most are involving the program you’re choosing to open it with. However, can I just make sure you’re adding the “1” to the main body of the cell, and not the search part?
      Can I also make sure you’re searching on the same spreadsheet as you’re adding the bobbin to?

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