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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If it has been awhile since you’ve sewn with knits, this series will give you confidence.
Sew a versatile, carefree wardrobe in a minimum of time with Nancy’s instructions.
Quilts made by quilting pioneers serve as inspiration for designs that we can reproduce.
Learn to create versions of antique quilt designs from a collection of history-rich quilts
Learn to use your sewing machine and colorful thread as tools for doodle stitching.
Apply doodle stitching techniques to create personalized greeting cards or desktop art.
Translate your pen and paper doodles onto fabric to create unique works of fiber art.
Half-square triangles serve as the foundation for three stunning row-by-row designs.
Nancy provides guidance about organizing a Quilt to Give community sewing project.
The African American Quilt Guild of Oakland share stories of their city through quilts.
Natasha Thoreson shares tips to help you care for your collection of textile treasures.
Diane Gaudynski took her love of sewing to become one of the world’s top 30 quilt artists.
Margaret Jankowski shares how The Sewing Machine Project is making a difference.
Besides fiber and fabric, fiber artist Jaana Mattson includes wood on her supply list.
Sewing brought the Swan Creek Sewing Circle together 100 years ago, and continues today!
Author Phyllis Lawson shares stories told by her grandmother during quilt making time.