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Blomster - DMC Conversion

Posted by Florindae (My Page) on
Fri, Mar 4, 05 at 15:21

I have some wonderful Skandanavian Christmas Cross stitch designs that require "Blomster" embroidery yarn.
Unfortunately I do not have access in our small isolated community to this specific Danish Embroidery yarn. Does anybody know what the equivalent colors are for DMC Embroidery yarn ?
I have put off for years making my projects because of the lack of access to the proper yarn but I would like to start working on it now.
Any help would be very much appreciated.

Florinde


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RE: Blomster - DMC Conversion

I've never heard of that floss.Just go to the dmc website and see what you can find there.They have lots of conversions,and they also have a website for the UK.
Kathi


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RE: Blomster - DMC Conversion 2

Here's another suggestion!!! Go to www.123stitch.com
You'll have to get a name and password to post,but that's easy.Then ask about the floss over there.Those ladies are a wealth of information and they are from all over the world,and will probably have an answer for you within the hour.HTH
Kathi


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RE: Blomster - DMC Conversion

Thank you Kathi!!
I did check out the websites you had suggestet and found out that the elusive Blomster yarn is also known as Danish Flower Thread. I have found now a conversion chart.
Thanks again for your help.
Florinde


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RE: Blomster - DMC Conversion

Check out this site, they seem to have conversion charts for almost every brand out there.

Here is a link that might be useful: My Hobby Craft


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