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Diamond Painting Chart

Have you ever wondered about the color chart used for diamond painting? The colors assigned to the drills are referred to as DMC. You might be familiar with DMC in relation to embroidery thread. It is the same color chart.

DMC (Dollfus-Mieg and Company) is a French textile company created in 1746. There are 447 different DMC numbers, meaning that there are 447 differently colored diamonds available to use when diamond painting. Any leftover drills can be combined with others from different projects if the numbers are the same.

The DMC chart makes a great resource for diamond painting, as well as needlework. You can grab this free download printable in PDF form here. [DMC chart]

3 thoughts on “Diamond Painting Chart”

  1. I wanted to know if there is anyway to get a colored print of this chart. Please email me and let me know please

  2. is there a way I could print a colored version of this? or is there one that says the color as well as being in color?

    1. Click on the blue text above that says “DMC chart” and download the pdf, then print at home

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