My staff and I spend a lot of time planning, writing, and taking photos for our sewing and quilting blog postings. We find it fascinating which sewing blog posts or articles get the most clicks! Recently while reviewing the top sewing and quilting blog posts on my site, I chuckled to myself since I had forgotten about several of them! With three new topics a week on Nancy Zieman The Blog, whether you’re the writer or the reader, we each may overlook a few postings! Imagine that.
The postings listed and linked below are the top read articles on Nancy Zieman The Blog. (There are over 250 to choose from!) The topics are varied, including quilting, sewing, and answering the question that so many have in the back of their mind, “Did Nancy Zieman have a stroke?”
So here’s the list and links to the postings:
When presenting product design ideas to Clover, I generally have a graphic artist illustrate the idea. One time a co-worker’s husband made a prototype in wood! See the Stack ‘n Stitch Thread Tower in it’s most humble beginning.
Many of you really liked this novel approach to binding a quilt which involves a fusible, perforated interfacing.
Truth be told, I was in such a hurry to make this baby quilt, that I debated if I had the time to take photos during the sewing process. I’m glad I did since many of you enjoyed reading about my tying or faux-tying step.
Q: How do you gather without sewing? A: Use an iron!
I have Bell’s Palsy. The malady struck when I was 14 months old. I know, it’s kinda crazy to have a TV show with my facial paralysis, but that’s the way it worked out!
Like many of my sewing and quilting blogs, here’s a tutorial brimming with step-by-step photos.
Mary Mulari, Sewing With Nancy’s most frequent guest, comes to my rescue once a month to help out with blog-writing duties. Her topics are always well received.
Which is your favorite sewing blog posting?
Below, let me know which article was your favorite. Choose from one of the postings listed above, or any of the other 250+ articles on this site. Or, make suggestions on article topics!
A random winner will be chosen and will receive Nancy’s Favorite 101 Notions book.
Bye for now,