Field Flowers - Embroidery Color Palette (With Thread Codes)

Blue
Green
Pink
Purple
Turquoise
Contrast
Harmonious
Modern
Pastel
Vibrant
Warm
Animals
Food
Landscape
Nature
People

Field Flowers

Color palette for your embroidery with the following thread colors: Medium Topaz, Deep Canary, Very Light Avocado Green, Medium Celadon Green, Dark Turquoise, Electric Blue.


Hex, RGB and CMYK Color Details

Use the chart below to copy color codes for your specific needs.

If your design project is ultimately going to be displayed on a digital screen, use the HEX or RGB values from the chart below. This applies for a wide variety of modern devices such as smartphones, tablets, computers or even TVs.

Use the CMYK color codes for your design if that will be physically printed on paper. The CMYK color mode will give you more accurate results, as most commercial printers are configured to use these values for the printing process.

HEX#c4811c
RGB196,129,28
CMYK 0,34,86,23
HEX#f59e00
RGB245,158,0
CMYK 0,36,100,4
HEX#908c48
RGB144,140,72
CMYK 0,3,50,44
HEX#557a60
RGB85,122,96
CMYK 30,0,21,52
HEX#468588
RGB70,133,136
CMYK 49,2,0,47
HEX#0088b7
RGB0,136,183
CMYK 100,26,0,28

Embroidery Thread & Conversion Chart

Use the embroidery color chart below to convert this palette between three types of thread.

To give you the most accurate representation of every shade, the thread images used on this page are sourced from the official websites of their respective floss manufacturers.

For more information about their threads and colors available, please visit their website at DMC or Anchor Crafts

Please note that a perfect conversion is not always possible due to the limited colors provided by manufacturers. You can see my suggestions below for the closest representation of the palette across different brands, but feel free to adapt these shades to suit your project.

DMC 6 Strand Floss

Medium Topaz

Medium Topaz: 783

783

Deep Canary

Deep Canary: 972

972

Very Light Avocado Green

Very Light Avocado Green: 471

471

Medium Celadon Green

Medium Celadon Green: 163

163

Dark Turquoise

Dark Turquoise: 3810

3810

Electric Blue

Electric Blue: 3843

3843

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DMC Tapestry Wool

Medium Topaz: 7783

7783

Deep Canary: 7971

7971

Very Light Avocado Green: 7048

7048

Medium Celadon Green: 7406

7406

Dark Turquoise: 7861

7861

Electric Blue: 7996

7996

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Anchor Stranded Cotton

Medium Topaz: 00306

00306

Deep Canary: 00298

00298

Very Light Avocado Green: 00241

00241

Medium Celadon Green: 00215

00215

Dark Turquoise: 00168

00168

Electric Blue: 01089

01089

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What Would You Make With This?

Very much like beauty, color also is in the eye of the beholder. A lively shade of cobalt blue that evokes a certain reaction in one person, may evoke quite the opposite in another.

What's your take on this palette? If you had all the colors in your stash for this palette, what would you make with it?

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2 Replies to “Field Flowers”

  1. Catherine Nicholls says:

    I have been struggling with chosing colours for a new SAL with the theme “talavera”. I started using quite gaudy colours, then found your pic of the californian poppies. Still might tone down the electric blue down, but am ready to restart.

    1. krisztina says:

      The electric blue does pop out quite a bit! If you’ll have this blue in larger areas than I definitely agree with you on having to tone it down. It could work on small elements though, like french knots if your SAL pattern has them