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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Picturesque blooms and mountains await as you focus on easy elements of landscape design.
Create a fabulous garden scene with floral landscape techniques and this easy process.
Learn the basics of landscape quilting and create trees with great dimension and shape.
Sew a classic tee dress with easy fitting, sewing, and designing techniques.
Learn knit sewing options and designer touches that transform a simple T-shirt.
Nancy breaks traditional sewing methods as she shares easy fix-it techniques for clothing.
Nancy teaches quick and easy ways to hem, enlarge waistline, and fix zippers in jeans.
Use Nancy’s easy designer changes to personalize a handbag pattern with panache.
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A collection of Mexican indigenous textiles becomes a legacy for future generations.
A modern day quilting bee brings a chance to learn, share history, and build friendships.
1870s redwork embroidery, with colorfast Turkey red floss, has stood the test of time.
The Makers Coalition offers training in industrial sewing skills to help people get jobs.
Take a class to finish projects for the sheer enjoyment of sewing and socializing.
Designer honored in letter, sketches, and museum exhibit on Holocaust stitching history.
Teaching Mongolian women quilting and sewing has made a big economic difference for them.
Children of the Oneida tribe learn to honor their heritage through the art of quilting.