Nancy Zieman’s Koala Studio

Nancy Zieman
Nancy Zieman—author, pattern designer, business woman, home economist, and national sewing authority—has been the host of the popular public television program, Sewing With Nancy®, since 1982. Nancy is also the founder of Nancy’s Notions®, and the president of Nancy Zieman Productions. A dedicated art quilter, Nancy’s favorite creative outlet is landscape quilting.

Nancy chose Koala Studios for her TV set and her home. View the videos and slide show below to take a tour of her home sewing room, guided by Nancy herself.

Nancy’s Video Series

 

Learn more about the Koala models Nancy chose for her home sewing studio.

119 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. avatar Dolly Amparo
    Mar 14, 2013 @ 19:12:36

    Me encantaría tener un koala estudio siria la mujer mas feliz del mundo que belleza que creación
    me fascinan espero algún día no muy lejano poder conseguir uno aunque sea por despacito

    DOLLY

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    Aug 02, 2013 @ 17:54:49

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  3. avatar Darla Rumelhart
    Nov 05, 2013 @ 00:10:57

    I Love my sewing studio /room but really need help to finish making it efficient and well organized. I started and had to have knee surgery and now I’m at a stalemate. Need a side shelf or a way to fit craft supplies under the cutting table. I have a plan in my head but can’t seem to finish. So it’s a UFSSIP.. Unfinished sewing studio in progress.
    Sincerely Darla Rumelhart
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  4. avatar Theresa Lyon
    Nov 06, 2013 @ 04:41:07

    Like most of us, I rarely win, but this win would be a dream come true. My studio (called THE ROOM) is a large partially finished basement room that I’ve worked on for several years. I’ve hand painted quilts on the walls, hung hooks & rope from the ceiling (since the walls are cement) to hang my design wall, bulletin boards, wish list & peg boards. My next project will be to paint the floor with stencils of my 17 grandchildren’s & 14 great grandchildren’s names. I have 2 six foot folding tables that I sew & cut on. To add tried & true REAL furniture would be all I could hope for to complete my creative space.

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  5. avatar Peggy Underhill
    Feb 27, 2014 @ 09:34:49

    I love beautifully made furniture and Koala would certainly add a classic touch to my sewing room. What a prize.

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  6. avatar Marnie
    Feb 27, 2014 @ 09:43:16

    I just finished transferring all my fabric and quilting supplies to my extra bedroom, took out the closet to open it up and need more finishing touches. Wouldn’t the Koala furniture be an added plus!?

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  7. avatar carol
    Feb 28, 2014 @ 19:59:16

    Beautiful line of quality furniture that would be the ultimate enhancement to a sewing studio.

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  8. avatar Evelyn Yearty
    Mar 10, 2014 @ 21:16:58

    Wonderful furniture! It would make a great sewing and quilting room.

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  9. avatar aimanbutt
    Mar 10, 2014 @ 22:14:33

    I like ur ptchwork and u r a nice lady

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  10. avatar Deborah Turkleson
    Apr 10, 2014 @ 07:11:17

    We just made an offer on a new home with a huge room that will be my first sewing “studio!” No more cutting on the dining room table! A door I can close to hide my clutter! I have a 10 year-old Koala Outback sewing cabinet and craft table. They are nice, but I would love the new beveled edges and an automatic lift. I am working on my wish list!

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  11. avatar Kris
    Apr 11, 2014 @ 06:02:39

    I could really use a Koala furniture area for sewing.

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  12. avatar Dorothy
    Apr 15, 2014 @ 09:02:08

    My corner of the family room has been adequate for the piecing I do. Then I had to take a Beyond Meandering Quilting Class! Now there are more possibilities, and of course more area to expand to! A studio layout would help make this awakened quilter stretch her comfort zone.

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  13. avatar Jeri Matthews
    Apr 22, 2014 @ 07:38:56

    What a beautiful way to get organized…………..

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  14. avatar Jan Hamrick
    Jun 24, 2014 @ 19:22:13

    I would love to win a Koala furniture & the rest of the prizes, for it would be a dream come true & an answer to prayers. My sewing table is about ready to collapse & fall apart. I died 8 years ago & went to Heaven & was told to go back that it was not my time to come, so now I make quilts & for cancer patients, Men & Women of Valor, Women & Children in Crisis, as well as Birthright. So to be able to win, would make my quilting for causes a lot simpler. Thanks for the opportunity for the chance to win.

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  15. avatar Jackie
    Apr 21, 2015 @ 10:42:00

    Oh that my sewing space was so organized. DREAM BIG.

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  16. avatar Sadie Dalgard
    May 07, 2015 @ 07:37:43

    I have an extra bedroom that serves as my craft studio. I have a large table to sew on and a lot of plastic drawers and tubs for storage. More organization would be great!

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  17. avatar Dr Michael J Elinski
    May 28, 2018 @ 03:49:45

    I am interested in a Koala studio built with one or two separate pieces of furniture. My goal is to have either pneumatic or electric lifts to raise and stow my sewing machine and serger.
    Could you please send me you latest catalog with th options available to me?
    Ideally, I’d lie to take advantage of the height of my ceiling, and incorporate an Amoire piece of furniture into the sewing and storage studio. The additional piece would have Castro’s with drop leaves to maximize surface work space.
    Thank you,
    Michael J Elinski MD
    — Psychiatrist, Quilter, Gardener —

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