Trees On Snow - Embroidery Color Palette (With Thread Codes)

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

Trees On Snow

Color palette for your embroidery with the following thread colors: Dark Gray Green, Dark Tin, Light Mocha Beige, Light Orange Spice, Medium Mahogany, Ultra Very Dark Desert Sand

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 available colors, 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.


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#495a5f
RGB73,90,95
CMYK 23,5,0,63
HEX#747275
RGB116,114,117
CMYK 1,3,0,54
HEX#bfa28b
RGB191,162,139
CMYK 0,15,27,25
HEX#e78d5b
RGB231,141,91
CMYK 0,39,61,9
HEX#8f4a1c
RGB143,74,28
CMYK 0,48,80,44
HEX#704235
RGB112,66,53
CMYK 0,41,53,56

DMC 6 Strand Floss

Dark Gray Green

Dark Gray Green: 3768

3768

Dark Tin

Dark Tin: 04

04

Light Mocha Beige

Light Mocha Beige: 3864

3864

Light Orange Spice

Light Orange Spice: 722

722

Medium Mahogany

Medium Mahogany: 301

301

Ultra Very Dark Desert Sand

Ultra Very Dark Desert Sand: 632

632

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DMC Tapestry Wool

Dark Gray Green: 7592

7592

Dark Tin: 7620

7620

Light Mocha Beige: 7463

7463

Light Orange Spice: 7214

7214

Medium Mahogany: 7446

7446

Ultra Very Dark Desert Sand: 7432

7432

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Anchor Stranded Cotton

Dark Gray Green: 00779

00779

Dark Tin: 00235

00235

Light Mocha Beige: 00376

00376

Light Orange Spice: 00323

00323

Medium Mahogany: 01049

01049

Ultra Very Dark Desert Sand: 00936

00936


Cosmo Size 25 Floss

Dark Gray Green: 983

983

Dark Tin: 2029

2029

Light Mocha Beige: 423

423

Light Orange Spice: 403

403

Medium Mahogany: 129

129

Ultra Very Dark Desert Sand: 386

386

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    1. Marlene a Capelle says:

      It would be cool if you made available the pictures you use in your palettes. Some of them I would like to embroider and I would buy the pattern if I could get it.

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