Friday, 16 August 2013

Yellow submarine from the Beatles Yellow Submarine Film cross stitch design

Yellow submarine from the Beatles Yellow Submarine Film cross stitch design




Colour
Used in these areas:
DMC Number
Anchor Number
Black
Outlines
310
403
White
Top of sub, back rudder
White
2
Dark yellow
Main colour of sub
972
298
Light yellow
Panels and periscopes on sub
444
290
Orange
Windows
946
332
Red
Periscopes, stripes on top window and stripe on sub
3801
1098
Grey
Lowest periscope
414
235
Pink
Stripes on top window
3733
75
Blue
Area on top window
820
134
Light blue
Propeller at back
208
110

This design was drawn originally with Anchor colours in my program. Use anchor threads to get the closest match. I used a conversion chart to get the DMC numbers.
Please let me know if any colours are off and I will amend them in the chart.

This is a cross stitch design of the Yellow Submarine from the Beatles animated film, the Yellow submarine.
This film holds a special memory for me since my brother and I used to watch it many times. We always sung along together to the last song All together now. I love how this film is so bright and colourful and full of music.

I will have to stitch this design for myself oh ok and one for my brother if he asks nicely. :)

The Sing the Yellow submarine and the album of the same name is by The Beatles. If you havn't heard it yet check it out its one of my favourites.

The yellow submarine Film was made by
Apple Films, King Features Syndicate and TVC London

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6 comments:

  1. I think I found my dad's birthday present!

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    1. Oh wow thats very cool. I hope you enjoy stitching it and he enjoys recieving it. If you end up posting it online feel free to pop a link to it I would love to see how it turns out.
      Happy stitching :)

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  2. Do you have a list of DMC floss colors for this pattern? Thank you for sharing! I love this film too and my husband is a Beatles fan.

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  3. Hi there. I have updated this one with the thread numbers. :) I hope you find it useful

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  4. Thank you for sharing the pattern for free!! So lind of you!!!!

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