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Two New Classes from Miranda Levy!

Fans of Project Runway season 12 will remember Miranda Levy as the spunky, former military fashion designer from Milwaukee.  Register NOW - space is limited!

Now you can take a sewing class with Miranda at Vogue Fabrics in Evanston, Illinois!  


Two classes are planned for this summer:

Miranda Levy from Project Runway is teaching 2 classes at Vogue Fabrics.

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