Nancy Zieman, host of Wisconsin Public Television’s ‘Sewing with Nancy,’ dies at 64

Comments (9)
  1. Josephine Rowe says:

    Nancy’s reputation and character exceeded her talent. She appeared to be Jesus with skin on to those around her. God bless her family and friends with comfort and peace. Jo

    1. Esther Johnson says:

      I watch Nancy every time her show was on air. She taught me a lot about sewing being a beginner and self taught sewer. She is going to be missed greatly.

  2. SUSAN HUGGER says:

    May she rest in peace. Praying for the family. Loved her show. Will truly miss her. God Bless

  3. Miriam says:

    She was an inspiration to many sewists like myself who still remember her first shows on television. God bless and console her family. I’m sure Nancy is in her sewing room in Heaven.

  4. Joan B Reilly says:

    A most gracious lady.met Nancy at a convention and she signed her book and allowed pictures.
    May she rest now in the Lord’s arms

  5. Marcia Smith Gaffney says:

    My deepest sympathy to Nancy’s family and relatives. She has fought hard many times, but the Lord has called her home to be with him. I have been with her since the early days of Nancy’s with her garage beginnings and her generous heartwarming spirit of sharing her talents with all of the sewing world. She will be keeping everyone well dressed in heaven and she will be as loved there as she is here.

  6. Nancy’s passing has made me so sad. We have lost an inspirational, brilliant woman. She was always my go to person to find out information for the Clothing and Textiles Field when I needed it for the students I taught. Peace be with you Nancy, and your family as they move through life missing you.

  7. So sorry to have read about Nancy’s passing. She was way to young and she is sewing in heaven.

  8. Cheryl says:

    Just one of millions of anonymous viewers here to say, in so many ways & so many times of my life, I could always count on a cheerful, peaceful sewing program shepherded by Nancy. She was an awesome positive role model for millions of women, and even after she has gone to be with the Lord, her saintly presence will (hopefully) continue to be available to us on public T.V. and her many books.