Add Nancy Zieman to Your Smart Phone

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Add Nancy Zieman to Your Smart Phone

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There is a good chance you own a smart phone. You may be reading this blog post on your smart phone right now. The technology has really changed the way we operate and has become quite a time saver. In an effort to save you more time, we want you to have the Nancy Zieman Blog button on your smart phone. When you tap that button, which will look like a regular app, you go straight to the blog. Keep your smart phone or tablet right by the sewing machine to have all the sewing tutorials and project directions at your fingertips.
Note from Nancy: You will be able to WOW your family and friends because this trick can be done to any website. If the site has a special app image, it will show up on your home screen. If the app doesn’t have a special image, it will simply make a tiny square picture of the website homepage for your home screen.

Nancy-Zieman-Home-Screen-Shortcut-ButtonI have put together a few easy steps for you to add the home screen button to your device:

Click this link to see directions for Android phones and devices.
Click this link to see directions for iPhone and Apple devices.

Watch Sewing With Nancy online.

To watch Sewing With Nancy on your iPad, iPod Touch, or iPhone, download the app.
Bye for now,
Nancy Zieman The Blog

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32 Comments

  • Christie Staton
    April 11, 2015

    Wow, don’t I feel smart! Not only do you teach sewing skills, now you teach tech!! This is going to be so handy in my sewing studio. Once again – Nancy to my rescue, teaching something I didn’t know I needed and now don’t know how I functioned without. Thanx girl.

  • Pamela Hope
    April 11, 2015

    A couple of years ago I never imagined that I would be carrying an iPhone around, much less teaming up with one of my favorite sewing inspired instructor , Nancy Zieman, anytime I want to get fabulous ideas & instructions. I say at 65, I’m not just getting older, I’m getting better lol.

  • Sheila Bennett
    April 11, 2015

    Wish I could get it on my Windows phone!

  • Clara
    April 11, 2015

    Since I have a stupid phone, I will still have to rely on my desktop and laptop. Thanks for everything, Nancy!!!

  • janet
    April 11, 2015

    Thank you Nancy, now I can carry my phone with me all of time “I have something to look forward to see” and I don’t miss a day to see you.
    Janet

  • Sheila West
    April 11, 2015

    Hi Nancy! Thank you for all you do for sewers, love your inspirational sewing shows. I am sad, though’ that I cannot add your app. To my phone or iPad. I live in Australia and it isn’t available here. I tried to download it from the USA App Store but that isn’t allowed either. Could you make your app. Available in Australia, please. Thanks.

  • Lorij
    April 13, 2015

    I’m glad you have an app now. I’ve been using my android phone to get you fora long time on YouTube and the net. I’m like Pamela Hope, I’m
    62 and a just older youth still learning. You’re doing great job.

  • Judith
    April 14, 2015

    I have a land phone and a desktop. No apps for me. Keeping my life simple.

  • nora kinsey
    May 11, 2016

    First time attendee of Sewing Weekend (2016). It was awesome! Learned so much and met wonderful sewers from near and far. Thank you for all you do.

  • Vanessa O Machen
    December 7, 2016

    I will make some of the Little dresses for Africa. Thanks for the pattern.
    V.

  • Kay Laing
    January 13, 2017

    Hi Nancy! Some time ago, I saw a Dresden table runner you made, and now I can’t find it. Could you tell me where I can find it? Thanks.

  • Alice Downs
    March 21, 2017

    Some time ago you featured some one who does burial clothes for babies who don’t make it. I have a wedding gown I would like to donate. Can you please help me out?

  • Elaine Evans
    April 20, 2017

    Nancy,
    I bought fabric to make a baby quilt, when I got home I realized that I had gotten flannel fabric instead of 100% cotton. My question is it OK to use 100% cotton fabric for the backing, if so do I use a batting for the inter later?
    Thank you in advance for your help
    Elaine

  • Sherry Campbell
    May 24, 2017

    I am new at sewing and quilting. I like to make my own baby quilts for grans and great grans. I would like a different way to tie so I use a mini embroidery design to match my theme. I only have a 4×4 and it is very difficult to hoop the quilt. It works 99% of the time but then I have to really struggle on one.
    Any suggestions?
    Thank you

  • Sherry Campbell
    May 24, 2017

    Yes Nancy -it springs out. Everything else works fine.
    Sorry I didn’t make that clear.

  • Alvena
    June 11, 2017

    HI Nancy
    I have followed since I was first sewing. I want to make some fast nice looking slacks for a cruise in September. I have some ponte knits, but haven’t had stretch pants in years and not sewn any either. What are the rules for stretch pants and sizing.
    Thanks

  • Lisa Toth
    June 27, 2017

    I did not see one for windows phones. That is what I have right now. 🙁

  • Lisa Toth
    June 27, 2017

    OOPS I thought I had left a message but it looks like maybe I diddn’t.
    I don’t see an app for my windows phone.

  • Janet Harris
    November 24, 2017

    This has hit all of us. But we will carry her on. And will see her in heaven.
    Janet H

    • Donna Schaffner
      November 26, 2017

      This is heart breaking. The first time I found her program back in the 80’s I couldn’t believe that there was actually something on TV about what I loved to do so much!! She seemed like someone you could just sit right down with, have a cup of coffee, and discuss a pattern! Rest in peace- you’ve informed and influenced many.

  • Gloria
    February 6, 2018

    On the 30 min doll clothes Nancy used a sisson like metal turner to turn one of the little pieces .
    Where can I buy that turner and what is it called I have looked under everything I can think of to nothing even close .
    Please tell me what to call it and where to buy one .

  • Madelyn Diggs
    September 15, 2018

    Nancy, even after your sad passing you have once again taught another very valuable lesson for all of us viewers, sewers, quilters, and just plain human beings… I have ALWAYS wanted to and planned on attending the Sewing With Nancy Expo in Beaver Dam and never did! It was on my “bucket list” and now it is on my “regrets” list. For all of us out there, if you get the chance to do something so wonderful in life, please take this lesson with you and “just do it” with no regrets!! Thank you for still inspiring us from above beautiful Nancy Luedtke Zieman!!! You have touched, inspired and instilled your love, creativity and caring for all of us.
    I did have the wonderful opportunity to meet with you in Puyallup and first discovered your immense sense of humor when I took a picture of you just as you were bending down and you looked at me and remarked that I just took your best side!! I also treasure a picture of you and me at a sewing event! THANK YOU!!

  • Janis Bovino
    October 30, 2018

    Dear Nancy, I know you are in heaven now but you will be missed. I moved from NY to Las Vegas. I tried to find your shows to record here and now I know why. Your not here.
    I am so sorry to learn of your passing and have tears running down my face as I am typing. You left this world to soon and I know are missed by so many people. I learned a LOT from your shows. A lot! Thank you for all the good years of service. This morning I was reorganizing my sewing closet in your honor. Way past due. I am using all the little tricks I learned on your show.
    To your family I am so sorry. A deep private personal pain for you. Enjoy each day, you only go around once.
    Every day is a great day when you sew!!!
    Sincerely,
    Janis
    (PS- The shop owner who carries sewing machines told me yesterday. I was very sad. He said once you come to his shop to do something special but unfortunately the show did not get much or any people. How said. Wish I knew about it. I would have been the first through the door!
    It was on Sahara Avenue in the Vacuum and Sew shop.

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