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Nancy's Favorite 101 Notions: Sew, Quilt and Embroider with Ease Paperback – Bargain Price, October 28, 2010
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About the Author
Nancy Zieman is the founder and former president of Nancy's Notions, the premier mail-order/ online source for sewing and quilting notions. In 2003, Nancy sold the company to Tacony Corporation, but remained president until December of 2007. She continues as their national spokesperson. She is also national spokesperson for Baby Lock sewing machines (Tacony Corporation), and has recently launched a new line of branded notions with Clover NeedleCrafts USA.
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Top Customer Reviews
My only complaint is that the book occasionally feels like an advertisement for Nancy's Notions. Some of the tools described are made exclusively by Nancy's Notions, so it seems like she's using the book as a platform to sell more of her products. I can forgive this, since many of the exclusive products are, in fact, quite useful tools to have. (But geeze! They're expensive!)
I'll give "Nancy's Favorite 101 Notions" four stars, subtracting a star for the blatant advertising. Otherwise, it's a very useful book for those who are just learning to sew. Even if you're more advanced, you might want to take a look and see if there's any sewing tools you've overlooked. I keep a copy in my sewing library, just so I can loan it to my students.
this book was published a while ago but for the price, wanted to buy it so I could go over them again. Sometimes we forget the notions that help us.