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Erica Tanov, known for her soft, romantic designs in sumptuous fabrics, is opening her studio (1627 San Pablo Avenue, Berkeley) for a massive sale next Saturday, April 26 from 11am to 4pm. It's your chance to take home some of what goes into creating those luxurious garments and home goods at rare, bargain basement prices. The designer will unloading fabric starting at $5 (up to $50) a yard, as welling as giving away free scraps, trim, and buttons. Vintage clothing and past season quilts will be available at huge discounts. This never happens, so mark your calendars now, and get there early!—Darcy Boynton
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