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 February 2021



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123 thoughts on “DMC Thread Inventory Spreadsheet – Updated

  1. Do you have a spread sheet download for the Anchor Cotton DMC and the Perl Cotton DMC threads? A friend and I just started a business and I’m doing string art using these threads but I’m having trouble setting up my own spread sheets for what I was given. If you could do one for those that would be great!

  2. Someone needs to spellcheck the new colors. Not sure “Mediumium” and “Ultrara” is really what you mean there.

    Otherwise really handy, thanks!

  3. I think there may be an error on no. 505. The green colour displayed is rather pale but 505 is a darker green.

    1. Sadly we can’t do much better. Colors on a screen are done in RGB, however the threads are pantone. This leads to annoying differences like the one on 505…

      1. I’ve seen the colors and their RBG values displayed on a couple other sites, I’ve noticed that they have 505 displayed as a darker green. Is it possible it is an error after all? The RBG values I’ve found on those sites are 51 131 98, hex code #338362.

        By the way, where do you find the RBG and pantone values? None of the sites I’ve found have provided a source. I’d love to know where everybody is getting their info!

        Thank you for providing such an extensive spreadsheet!

        1. Hrm… well its closer to the real color so I’m changing it anyway!
          I worked with a few sources for the colors. I reached out to DMC directly for most of them, as I was helping put together a pattern generator. However they only give some of them out. As a result I reached out to a factory making CXC threads and asked for their color codes (they try to match DMC perfectly). Finally, I compared the colors from 19 different pattern generators to get a list that was agreed on by pretty much everyone.
          Since I launched my spreadsheet 3 years ago, a LOT of people have used my colors, so that’s why you see them everywhere now…

  4. This is a wonderful resource, thank you for sharing it! I bought a 36-pack, and a bunch of one-off skeins and wasn’t sure how best to organize and know what I already had and didn’t have. I inherited probably 150 skeins of various colors, had some of my own, and then the ones I just bought for a project and was getting overwhelmed. I’ve just started cataloging and it is already so much more organized.

    1. Hi there! I’ve actually just updated the download to no longer include abbreviations, however if you’re still using the old one:
      DK – Dark
      VY – Very
      BRIGHT – Bright
      MED – Medium
      LT – Light
      ULT – Ultra
      DEEP – Deep

  5. I have just decided to collect some additional DMC threads. I have bought the new 35 colour set. I attempted to buy the individual skeins of Variegated (missed 3)…..I ended up with two additional colours that you do not have listed….#95 (pinky purples) and #103 (deep blues) are these new or?

  6. Hi, Thanks for the great spreadsheet!
    You call color 166 “Lime”, but elsewhere it is called “Md Lt Moss Green” The colors display perfectly on my screen, so I can finally start sorting my 200 colors.

    1. Yeh, DMC didn’t supply names for most of their colors, but lime seemed better than medium-light mossy green. Good to hear the spreadsheet has helped! 😀

  7. I can’t seem to download it, when I click on the links I just get a blank page, please can you help. Really need this chart in my life.

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