Nancy Zieman’s Sew Knits With Confidence Blog Tour

 Nancy Ziemans Sew Knits With Confidence Blog Tour


I’m excited to announce that Sew News is a part of the Nancy Zieman’s Sew Knits with Confidence Blog Tour!  Many talented bloggers are a part of her tour, which starts today!  Check out what Nancy is doing here. as she kicks of the tour.  You will also find a list of bloggers and the dates that they will show their final knit garment.  I’m thrilled to be a part of  this and I can’t wait to show you what pattern I picked and how it all turned out!

I love sewing with knits and the blog tour is a great way to see how Nancy’s patterns work on different body types and different knit materials.  If you are new to sewing with knits this is a great opportunity to learn tips and techniques to sew knits confidently and expand your wardrobe too.

Come back on Tuesday April 23rd and leave a comment on how you think my design turned out.  Those that make a comment will be in the running for Nancy Zieman’s new book Nancy Zieman Sew Knits with Confidence AND a set of 4 Nancy Zieman’s knit patterns to get you started!


 Nancy Ziemans Sew Knits With Confidence Blog Tour

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I write for the Sew News and Creative Machine Embroidery blogs. I love sewing, vintage and would love to get a comment from you!
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4 Responses to Nancy Zieman’s Sew Knits With Confidence Blog Tour

  1. Gay Barrett says:

    I have tons of knit fabric and am intimidated to use it. Heading over to the blog now to see how the projects are turning out. Hopefully it will give me the confidence to push forward with my own projects.

    • Jill says:

      Excellent! I hope you give them a try, and Nancy is a good person to help you through. Plus, the other bloggers had great suggestions too!

  2. susan says:

    the dress looks great. fit is excellent—i am sure due to the back seam. love to sew on knits and love my serger.

  3. Rita McCart says:

    Knits and jersey are the only fabric my grandmother sewed with. :)