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DMC Floss Indexes

Included in this download are floss indexes for DMC flosses.  Currently, the download contains entries for:
Stranded CottonSatinÉtoile
More will be added in the future, so it is recommended that you create an account and follow my page to be alerted whenever this listing is updated so you may download  it again without charge.
This index contains files to change floss entries within recent versions of PCStitch, as well as PNG files which can be colour-picked for direct use, or to gain RGB entries.
PLEASE NOTE:
While these colours are more accurate than what comes out of the box with PCStitch, dye lots and monitor differences may mean that colours do not display precisely.  Some tweaking and changes on the user end may still be required, however direct image conversions will be greatly enhanced with this index.  Full coverage pieces will have less "mud" to the darker areas, and colours like blue, red, and purple should have fewer issues converting cleanly.
At this …

Group Project: Bosch Quilt

This is the Garden of Earthly Delights by Hieronymus Bosch.  It is my favourite painting in history, because look at it.  It's insane.  Painted some time around 1500, the Garden of Earthly Delights is a triptych depicting Heaven (or Eden), Earth (or mortal sin), and Hell (or the Last Judgement), depending on one's interpretation of the panels.

Honestly, I just love it because look at it.  Is that a man playing a flute with his ass?  This is some demented Dutch Where's Waldo.

Why am I telling you about this delightfully horrifying tribute to humanity?  Because this is our next group project.  We, as a collective, will be stitching this thing.  I've wanted to stitch this for a long time, but haven't been able to because in order to preserve all the absurd detail, it needs to be huge.  Like, 500 stitches huge.  I kind of wanted to make it bigger, but it's already going to be almost 200 pattern pages as it is.

Do you want to participate?  Awesome!  Here's what…

Postage Stamp Collection

Another pattern collection, this time all the postage stamps.  Postage stamps are ideal for learning how to do full coverage without the huge commitment, or if you just want to do something quick and still have the satisfaction of doing something complicated.

Some patterns may be more suited toward diamond painting, due to the complexity involved.

The collection is $33, at a $66 value.

Download it here

Free Pattern Collection

Free pattern collection with 65 patterns is available now!

Don't StarveThe MuppetsFive Nights at Freddy'sHow to Train Your DragonSuper Mario BrosMarvelMinecraftPokémonBatmanStar TrekStargateSherlockStardew ValleyTerrariaTuber SimulatorUndertaleVillainousYouTube

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