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"I love imperfect symmetry—the balance that you see in the branch structure of a tree, the imperfectly perfect. Sometimes what is missing is just as interesting as what is there.” 

— The Textile Eye



"Imagine doing work you love from the comfort of your home studio that's perched atop of Sonoma Mountain. That's what a workday is like for fabric designer Michelle Pereira, who takes pride in handcrafting textiles that are inspired by nature."


— Dering Hall




"Handcrafting textiles in her wine-country studio, Michelle Pereira is a force of nature."


— San Francisco Cottages & Gardens



“...her first love, practicing Shibori and block printing to achieve one-of-a-kind patterns... (Pereira's) fabric collections in linen and velvet celebrate the variations that result from Pereira's traditional dying and printing methods.”

— CA Home+Design


"(Pereira) set out to create a textiles line that she could craft... one yard at a time, while overlooking rolling valleys and the Pacific, both of which she says, "serve as an endless source of inspiration and awe" for her captivating prints and patterns."


— Coastal Living


"The beauty of process is that it's predictably unpredictable."

— 3D Magazine



"...the sensuous fabrics that emerge from her lambent chemical-lab-cum-artist's studio high atop Sonoma Mountain appeal to the sybaritic tastes of the highest end...."


— The Press Democrat



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