Public television's longest-running sewing and quilting program has been the source for innovative sewing, quilting and embroidery techniques and has inspired hobbyists nationwide since host Nancy Zieman transformed the television studio into her classroom in 1982.Visit Sewing With Nancy Website
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Klaudeen Hansen explains the quilt judging process and the five elements judges measure.
A road trip with Nancy is the ultimate sewing or quilting experience.
This fun and facts serger class will teach you the basics and beyond.
Use your serger for more than finishing fabric edges.
Create colorful and wearable knits designed with a little fashionista in mind.
Sew comfortable children’s clothes that are fun for them to wear!
It’s about time…for a speedy version of the Lone Star quilt design.
Expand the time-honored Dresden Plate quilt design to create grand quilts!
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Feed sacks from the 30s, 40s, & 50s are used to make quilts with interesting stories.
Sewing Machine Project encourages students to sew & to help people in their community.
A folk singer, inspired by quilters, uses Scraps of Quilting music to make people happy.
The Moore family taught sewing and machine repair to disadvantaged children in Thailand.
12 year old shares her talent in A Kid’s Guide to Sewing, teaching fun sewing projects.
Madison Quilt Expo attendees donated fabric and sewed 28 quilts for disaster victims.
A trip to teach English in Cambodia helped provide necessities to Khmer people.
South African hand embroidered Memory Cloths inspire others to stitch life stories.