Red velvet
What kind of floss? Floss list please.
Posted by: xstitcher522 on 11/13/17
U can choose any color that suit you if you like. I prefer 312. of DMC Have fun
by: miss crossstitc on 11/13/17
Someone from ECS might see your floss color request.
The surest way is to contact ECS customer service. Just go to the home page, look at the top of the page where it there is a few horizontal white lines next to a magnifying glass.
Click on those lines. On the popup screen, click on the words "Customer Care".
Or you can call them at 1-800-800-8517, 8-5, M-F, EST.
They can access this info for you. It looks to me like there is more than one color being used. If it is just one color, then indeed you could pick away!
by: Su Pitt on 11/14/17
Ink Circles sometimes suggest DMC variegated threads or the type of variegated floss you prefer...You choose the color. :)
by: VCESS on 11/14/17

The Ink Circles website doesn't give any specific floss information for this design. Their website states: "Use your favorite floss and fiber color combination or create a unique multicolored version. If you stitch it in black it can become Black Velvet. David Lynch or Bobby Vinton fans can stitch it in blue." So you get to choose your own color combo for this design :)

~Kristi @ ECS
by: Kristi @ ECS on 11/14/17
LOL...Good one, Kristi! :) You must have been listening to your Mom's old radio stations! Blue Velvet/Bobby Vinton brings back a LOT of very pleasant memories.... :)
by: VCESS on 11/14/17
I am using DMC Color Variations or the Coloris floss to stitch some designs that are similar to this one. I like using the DMC floss because they say that these specialty flosses are supposed to be colorfast, and I always like to rinse my products when they are completed. I have not tried to rinse a project yet with these floss types.
by: lbcatlovr001 on 11/14/17