Live Webcast—Easy Gifts to Sew in Two Evenings or Less

Nancy Zieman Live Webcast on November 22, 2014 featuring Easy Gifts to Sew in Two Evenings or Less.

Live Webcast—Easy Gifts to Sew in Two Evenings or Less

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Nancy Zieman Live Webcast on November 22, 2014 featuring Easy Gifts to Sew in Two Evenings or Less.

Join me for a live, interactive webcast on November 22, 2014featuring Easy Gifts to Sew in Two Evenings or Less!


I know what you’re thinking. It’s only a few weeks before the holidays. Can I really make gifts in time for Christmas? My answer: I know you can! The quick projects that I’ve chosen are easy to sew, plus they’re welcomed gifts.

Nancy Zieman Webcast November 22 '14 Sew to sew Gifts

•          Specialty fabrics to the rescue!—Learn to use fabrics that are not your everyday fabrics: chalkboard fabrics, suede cloth, quilted cottons, quilted iron quick, and clear vinyl.

Nancy Zieman Live Webcast Ideas on How to Sew Quick Gifts from Unique Fabrics

•          Gifts for all ages. For your little princess, an artsy sister-in-law, a travel-loving daughter, or a foodie friend, you’ll find gift ideas to sew and to please.

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•           Last-minute decorating ideas. A new tree-skirt or a festive table topper—yes, you can make one in two nights or less.

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It’s Live!

If you’ve never participated in a webcast, it’s easy. Watch the  “What’s a webcast?” video.

For those who register, we’ll send you a link to the webcast the day before the event (November 21). On the day of the event, November 22, 15 minutes before your scheduled time, log on. In minutes, you’ll see me live on your computer screen.

Wondering if your Internet connection is up to the task? Test your viewing ability by clicking here. This test link is live. If you can see a rock ledge and coastal waves, you’ll be able to watch Nancy Zieman Live. (Most of you should not have any issues watching the video.)

Nancy Zieman Live Webcast on November 22, 2014 featuring Easy Gifts to Sew in Two Evenings or Less.


During the webcast, email your questions to me, and I’ll reply during the webcast.*

Nancy Zieman Live Webcast on November 22, 2014 featuring Easy Gifts to Sew in Two Evenings or Less.

*If every question cannot be answered during the webcast, questions will be answered post-webcast via email. Duplicate questions will not be answered.


Exclusive online specials will be available to you from Nancy’s Notions on the day of the webcast.

One Price—Two Time Options

Register and pay only $29.95 for the 90-minute webcast on November 22, 2014. 

The fee includes:

  • A link to watch one of the two Nancy Zieman Live webcasts (A link to the webcast will be emailed to participants on November 21.)
  • The ability to have your questions answered during the webcast
  • A link to specials offered by Nancy’s Notions
  • A free downloadable quilt project sheet
  • Ability to re-watch the recorded webcast for 30 days.

Two Time Options 

There are two webcast time options for the 90-minute webcast to accommodate North American Time Zones.

Both webcasts will cover the same topics. Since they’re both live, each will be personalized by the questions or, hmm, my whims! The webcast will be recorded and made available to registered attendees. The link to re-watch the webcast will be emailed to registered attendees in the days following the webcast.

Choose the time that best fits your schedule.

November 22: Times/time zone for Webcast Option One:

  • 11:00 AM—12:30 PM (Eastern Time)
  • 10:00 AM—11:30 AM (Central Time)
  • 9:00 AM—10:30 AM (Mountain Time)
  • 8:00 AM—9:30 AM (Pacific Time)
  • 7:00 AM—8:30 AM (Alaska Daylight Time)
  • 5:00 AM—7:30 AM (Hawaii-Aleutian Standard Time)

November 22: Times/time zone for Webcast Option Two:

  • 2:00 PM—3:30 AM (Eastern Time)
  • 1:00 PM—2:30 PM (Central Time)
  • 12:00 PM—1:30 PM (Mountain Time)
  • 11:00 AM—12:30 PM (Pacific Time)
  • 10:00 AM—11:30 AM (Alaska Daylight Time)
  • 8:00 AM—9:30 AM (Hawaii-Aleutian Standard Time)

(For our followers in other parts of the world, convert your time zone by clicking here. We’ll be broadcasting live from Beaver Dam, WI—Central Time Zone.)


Viewer Comments from Past Webcasts

“It was as though I was in a class and could see more detail than actually being there.”

“Thank you for the live webcast and do more of them! It’s refreshing, cutting edge, and very inclusive for those who can’t attend sewing and quilting events in our local neighborhoods.”

“You can see the details on the webcast so much better than being in a shop and having a demonstration. There was great interaction with e-mailing Nancy.”

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Hope to see you on November 22!

If you have questions or comments, please contact us.

Bye for now,

Nancy Zieman The Blog

Nancy Zieman—author, pattern designer, businesswoman, producer, and national sewing authority—is the host of the popular show Sewing With Nancy®, which appears exclusively on public television stations across the United States and Canada. Follow Nancy’s Blog at and sign up to receive Nancy’s E-News for the latest news in Sewing, Quilting, & Creating.

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  • Kristi D.
    October 25, 2014

    This sound great. Just what we need. I just wish they were free.

  • Connie
    October 25, 2014

    Nancy, I love that you’re doing webcasts. I wish you would allow us to be able to watch them over and over again. Sometimes it’s hard to pick up everything the first time around.

  • Berenice
    October 25, 2014

    If we miss the webcast, will we still get the option to re-watch?
    We will be driving to San Francisco that day, and I don’t know about Wisconsin, but it isn’t legal to drive and sew here in Cali, ha ha ha ha!

  • Kitty R.
    October 25, 2014

    I can’t see the rock ledge and coastal waves 🙁

    • Kitty R.
      October 25, 2014

      I can only see a big black box.

  • Sue Richardson
    October 26, 2014

    For those seeing a black box at the video link, allow some time for the video to load. Took less than a minute for my computer.

  • linda wolfe
    October 26, 2014

    re prev comments… the black box stayed for a while but turned into the right pic after a minute or so. next time it came right up. I think we can watch the video for 30 days after it airs live. I watched the last one 7 xs. If you can participate in the live one and can ask questions I suggest you do so. It will be an early Holiday present to yourself and to those you love for years to come.

  • Glenda S.
    October 26, 2014

    We may be getting a black box at the test site for Ustream because the camera for the video is “off air.” I noticed at the bottom right, the black box had “Off Air” labeled there.

  • Kati Falk
    October 30, 2014

    I would think you would make enough money selling books and notions to cover the expense. How is this different from your television show which is free? I have always enjoyed your show and bought items featured but I am not going to purchase the ability to watch a video and then have to watch it in 30 days and not have free access to it forever after paying for it.

  • Robin
    November 2, 2014

    I’d very much like to sign up for this but I am on a waiting list for an operation which can be scheduled any time after Friday, November 7, and then there will be recuperation time when I will be confined to bed and unable to go near my sewing room in the basement. Just in case my operation is scheduled for around the same time as the webcast and then I’m confined to bed for a while, will I have enough time to watch the video after its original air date? I don’t know how long the confinement will last, but it may be longer than 30 days or I may have to go to a nursing facility to recuperate. Will you be publishing a book or making a DVD available as well?

  • Edwina G Troupe
    November 8, 2014

    I am so excited to watch my first live webcast, however, I am not sure how to sign up. Please let me know.

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