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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Learn to create hat and scarf sets that have adorable animal features.
Learn how to use stabilizers and embroidery designs to stitch top-notch projects.
Use your embroidery sewing machine to create gift bundles for a baby, kids, or friends.
Learn how to easily & creatively use your embroidery machine to give a plain T a new focus
Learn how to update a plain top with embroidery that is fashionable but also flawless.
Learn the basics of a 9-patch block; then change fabric sizes to show artistic options.
Make the Square Within Square quilt block; vary the fabric sizes for creative options.
Create different quilt designs from a 4-patch block by changing dimensions and color.
Quilt fabric designer shares her design process from sketches to the finished fabric.
Learn to frame, finish, and label small artistic quilts using several easy methods.
The Quilt to Give project donated this years quilts to DAIS, a domestic violence shelter.
Church volunteers teach refugee women to sew in an outreach program called STITCH.
International Quilt Study Center and Museum features the world’s largest quilt collection.
Coffee Creek Quilters teach quilting and life-enhancing skills to incarcerated women.
The “International Honor Quilt” commemorates hundreds of women and their achievements.
Button collecting is a nationally recognized hobby that has been around for centuries.