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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A full excel spreadsheet tracker for DMC 6 strand threads! Includes all 500 “standard” threads, including new threads.
Also now includes metallics, variations, Coloris, Etoile, and discontinued threads!
► What’s Included ◄
All DMC Threads:
 – All 500 6 strand standard threads
 – All current & discontinued metallic threads
 – All current & discontinued variations threads
 – All current & discontinued variegated threads
 – All Coloris threads
 – All Étoile threads
 – All Satin (Silk) threads
Additional Tools:
 – Ordered in number order and color group for your preferred way
 – Search function so you don’t have to look at the list!
 – Includes a high-definition scan of the official thread DMC color card
 – Skin & Hair color charts
 – Availability checker (so you know if you need to buy threads)
 – Floss use estimator
 – Fabric dimensions calculator
 – Thread conversion chart across 9 main thread brands
One sheet is ordered by number, and another is by the official DMC color group.
To make finding those threads easier than ever we have a search function in both sheets!
Opens in excel or google sheets. Also opens on Android!
This spreadsheet has not been optimized for printing.
► Terms of Use ◄
This tool is copyrighted by Lord Libidan and is intended for personal use only. The sheet may not be resold, reproduced, edited, used for derivative works, or distributed by electronic means or profit from it in anyway.
Updated August 2022

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This Post Has 208 Comments

  1. Amaleth

    This is AMAZING! Thank you for your time and effort in putting this together.

  2. Blu

    Were the colors used for the Excel sheet determined any specific way or just chosen based on resemblance? Asking since I’ve been looking around for something I can use to convert hex values to DMC colors for digital art to cross stitch conversions, but it seems as though DMC doesn’t actually give any information about their hues. There are hex-to-DMC conversions online but they aren’t always accurate and there seems to be no “standard” or “official” color conversion method/chart.

    1. LordLibidan

      Yeh, there is no standard sadly. But DMC produced a printed color card, and we used a color matching device to pull out the RGB codes. These are the colors we used in the sheets.

  3. Karen

    Hello. I have just found this when looking for a new colour card (mine is old and out of date now).
    I wanted to say THANK YOU, it’s absolutely brilliant.

  4. allie

    hi! I came across this when looking for a way to organize- and this is so great!

    do you have the color names used on the DMC website in another version of the file? I would attempt to do this myself, but I’m no good with Excel haha

    1. LordLibidan

      I’m afraid DMC is super inconsistent at naming threads! So there isn’t an official list or one they regularly use. The last one they used was a pdf from 2018, but they’ve used different names on other channels (social media) since then!

  5. Sharon Flicker

    I recently purchased a mixed bag of DMC threads and amongst them where colours L223,L225,L415,L435,L452,L833,L967 and L3861. I cannot find these numbers on a chart,do you know what they are? They feel different to the normal DMC.