Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Fresh Quilting Blog Tour and Give Away!


Back when I first entered the wonderful world of blogging, flickr and Etsy, one of the very first artists to catch my eye, was Malka Dubrawsky. In my ever longing desire to see something new and exciting, the bold colors and patterns in Malka's work reached through my computer screen and yanked me wide awake.


I fell hard for what I saw and I've been a fan ever since. So, it is with great delight that I find myself a part of this blog tour to help introduce you to Malka's newest book, Fresh Quilting: Fearless Color, Design and Inspiration.


Time and time again, Malka creates pieces that are hip, fresh and modern. Yet with roots reaching into the traditional past, they also evoke a timeless and treasured quality, which is evident in the beautiful and varied projects found in Fresh Quilting.


Whether you are a beginner or an experienced stitcher, this books offers something for everyone...


From cheerful practical projects such as scarfs, sewing machine covers and pot holders, to more challenging projects, such as this gorgeous Honeycomb Hexagon Quilt, below. (I adore this one!)



I'm always curious as to how creativity develops in people, how they interpret their creativity and how they keep it going. So, with those thoughts in mind, I asked Malka the following questions:

Q. You indeed have a fearless, (and amazing) sense of color as well as pattern. I am curious as to what some of your earliest memories of color and pattern might be, and did you grow up in an environment with a strong sense of color and/or pattern?

A. That is a great question. I come from a crafty family, but we didn't have a lot of money growing up, so sewing/knitting were done out of necessity rather than as purely creative activities. I think my love of patterning and color came from art classes I took in school. I'm definitely proof positive that an amazing teacher can change a kid's life. When I was in 8th grade, I was lucky enough to have that kind of art teacher and we really explored materials and processes. It was in her class that I learned to love making and that passion for making made me want to explore what and how others crafted. I don't think I'd be doing this today if it wasn't for her.


Q. In your new book, Fresh Quilting, I love the way you interpret and combine traditional quilt patterns with modern aesthetics and improvised techniques. Can you share with us what your favorite aspects are of each of these, (traditional and modern) and how you manage to marry them so well?

A. I think what I love about traditional patterns is all the possibility for interpretation they bring with them. I'm certainly not the first or the last to re-interpret a traditional pattern and make it my own. That's what's so amazing about a tradition with flexibility. There's room to put yourself in that tradition and when you do that you get to be part of this continuum of crafters.

Interestingly, that which is modern is also part of that continuum. It's built on what preceded it. A lot of my modern interpretations of tradition are based on my love of textiles from the past. For instance, in my book, the Strips and Stripes quilt and the Whilygig quilt are definitely influenced by my interest in Bauhaus art. The same is true for the patchwork in the Four Points Tote. That is an outgrowth of my interest in African textiles, especially Kuba cloths. I think making something traditional feel modern might just be about finding a way to put all your influences into an established pattern.

Q. Personally, I struggle a lot with balancing my creative work with home and family, and I am so impressed with how prolific you are! Between creating your fabric, designing projects, stitching them up, blogging and writing books, you also have a family. So, could you walk us through a typical work day and maybe share a bit of wisdom in how you manage to juggle so much and do it so beautifully?

A. I think everyone struggles with this balance. We all seem to have lives that are made up up of a little bit of this and a little bit of that.

A typical day for me starts pretty early, but not because I force it to, but because I'm naturally an early riser. Exercise is super important to me and has been for most of my adult life, so a day always includes running or swimming or some other kind of working out. My eldest daughter is in college, so after I take my younger two to school, I work in my dye studio or sew or plan out a design. Everyday is different depending on what's going on in my online store or what deadlines are approaching. I generally work until I have to pick up my kids from school and then a bit more after they come home. I think I manage things by focusing on the deadline that's most pressing and not letting myself feel too overwhelmed by all the different tasks that need to get done. I often say to myself, "focus on what has to get done today and worry about the rest later."

Q. And last, but not least, if you could offer one piece of advice in regards to fearless creativity, what would that be?

A. I said it in my book in the section devoted to improvisational quilting. The best piece of advice I can offer both in regard to working improvisationally and fearlessly is knowing that if you make a mistake or things don't work out as you planned, it's all OK because there are so many worse things in the world than ruining a piece of fabric. It's just fabric. Enjoy it, play with it, and don't let it be a source of anxiety.

Thanks Malka for sharing with us, and for the excellent advice, (I completely agree).

Malka and the good people of Interweave Press, are graciously offering a free copy of Fresh Quilting to one of my lucky blog readers! Just leave a comment, (only one per person, please) and make sure that I have a way of contacting you, should you win. I'll announce the winner next Tuesday, Dec. 14th. Good luck!
(NOTE: Giveaway now closed. Thanks to all that entered!)


For more peeks into Fresh Quilting and opportunities to win a copy for yourself, be sure to follow along on Malka's blog tour as she hops her way across a virtual America, to the sites below!

12/6
http://www.filminthefridge.com/

12/7
http://thesillyboodilly.blogspot.com

12/8
http://jchandmade.typepad.com

12/9
http://houseonhillroad.typepad.com

12/10
http://www.tallgrassprairiestudio.blogspot.com

12/13
http://blairpeter.typepad.com

12/14
http://pinkchalkstudio.com/blog

244 comments:

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gill said...

I love Malka's work and would love to win a copy of her book!
Gill

Janny said...

The book looks wonderful! Thanks for the giveaway.

Lindsey F. said...

I am so inspired by the photos from this book. I would love to read every bit!

Annie Crow said...

Thanks for the interview and the book giveaway! I can certainly see why her work caught your eye when you first saw it, it's marvelous!

Michele said...

This book looks fab! I've really enjoyed learning more about it and the very talented author.

Colleen Kole said...

What fun it is following this book tour. Thanks for doing this! I have loved the bright fresh colors and fearless designs.

Kathleen said...

Thank you for showcasing Malka's book! It looks wonderful, and I can't wait to read it! I especially loved her comments about being part of a continuum. I think that is the essence of why I love quilting -- we inject our own spark of creativity into a timeless form, simultaneously shaping it and being shaped by it.

Stephanie said...

Vivid, rich, saturated with color. What a fantastic book for inspiration and a helping hand for those looking to step outside of the box! Wonderful photography too.

QuiltyBee said...

The colors are great, but the quilting really sets this all apart. Nice interview!

Erin said...

This book looks fantastic! Thanks for the chance to win one!

Jenny said...

great interview! and i think you are right...Malka's work is so dog gone cheerful!!

Clare said...

Wow! This book looks amazing. I love colour and am always looking for inspiration.

There are so many quilting books coming out at the moment that it's a difficult decision which one to buy, but I'd definitely like this one on my bookshelf.

linda said...

I'd love for this book to be a part of my library! Thanks for the giveaway!

Denniele said...

Love the book tour idea! Malka's work is so inviting....would love to have that copy.

pattiq said...

I'd love to win! I really like Malka's sense of color!

Vickie said...

What a great book! Thanks for sharing!

Debbie said...

Thanks for hosting this giveaway, Victoria! The interview was well done. Thanks for counting me in for the book.

Barbara said...

two of my very most favorite artists in one post - awesome !

byneedleandthread said...

Great interview! Please enter me in the giveaway.

tong said...

thanks for the interview, very excited for Malka's new book. thanks for the giveaway!

Jill said...

This book looks so interesting and has my creative juices flowing at the ideas I have from the few pictures I have seen.

Julia Wood said...

Loved the interview with Malka! I adore her work (and yours, too!) and would love to own her book.

Brenda said...

it looks like a lovely book. thanks for the chance to win it!

Lynn said...

I love blog tours...I get to meet so many quilters! Loved the interview and finding your blog. I would really enjoy owning Malka's book!

Mel said...

The book looks fantastic. I'm new to quilting and would love to win a copy. Thanks for the chance!

Mini MNM's said...

Such a cute book! Thanks for the giveaway!
babyfickas at gmail dot com

Vicki @ DottyJane said...

Malka's sense of color and pattern is exciting and captured my interest right away! Thanks for the interview and the chance to win her book.

patty a. said...

Thanks for the interview and participating in the giveaway. I think the book is just beautiful!

Julie said...

I love her use of color - it will inspire me. Whether I win the book or not, I will get this book!

Suzanne, Suz, Zanny, Zan... said...

Good morning! I got here from Film in the Fridge and am following the blog tour! I cant wait to spend some time looking around your blog. I have it bookmarked to read this evening when I return from work. I love blog tours not just for the chance to win but for the introduction to new and inspiring blogs! Thank you for the chance to win!

em's scrapbag said...

Thanks for the fun interview. I love Malka's use of color and would love to win a copy of her book. Thanks for this glorious chance.

robin said...

Great interview. Would love to win the book - thanks for the chance.

Trudi said...

I saw this book advertised in Quilting Arts Magazine when it arrived on my door this weekend, and just knew it's a 'must have' book! Vibrant, fresh and very inpsiring, I'd love to win a copy! Thanks :)

Diana said...

This is one book tour I've been waiting for. I fell in love with Malka's work when I saw her Tuesday pillow on the cover of Stitch magazine last year. I would love to win a copy of her book!

Elizabeth said...

These quilts are gorgeous, thanks for the giveaway!

two hippos said...

The book looks gorgeous. Thanks for the chance to win it.

Josée said...

This book looks amazing. I need it!

Michelle Engel Bencsko said...

I, too, am a big fan of Malka's- I would enjoy this book thoroughly! Great Q & A!!

Susan V. said...

I love the look of this book, and her style in general. Thanks for the chance to win it!

Char said...

I read Malka's blog and love her work. I'd really like to win this book.

Lisa said...

Love her work...the book looks amazing.

connie said...

Oh, my so many comments. I hope all is well with you Victoria!!! Lovely interview, you have a way with words. Malka's book looks amazing. I just love her use of color!

Anna said...

I love your work - and hers! What a great book... one to own if I don't happen to win.

Needled Mom said...

She really does have a wonderful fresh sense in her work. I can see why you fell for her pieces.

Four dogs and one quilter said...

What a great book, can't wait to get a copy. Thanks for the giveaway.

Sandy said...

This is so exciting--it makes me think I could actually improvise a quilt! Thanks for having the drawing too!

DianeY said...

The photos from this book literally make my mouth water! I so want a copy!

mjb said...

I love Malka's style!

Kristen said...

These quilts are really speaking to me. I love the fresh design and the the quilting has such texture. WOW is all I can say!

Dena said...

Oh lovely! What great gift for someone!

Amanda @ www.kiddio.org said...

I am so excited about the new book! I'd love to have a copy to wrap up for under my tree :)

mandykittie at yahoo dot com

lindaroo said...

Good questions! I love how Malka interprets tradition with color and pattern, and I'd love to have her book!

Erin M. said...

The colors and simple patterns are stunning. I'd love to look at this book more.

allsewnup said...

Some fresh inspiration for a new year would be fabulous. Thank you for the chance to put this under the tree!

Carolyn

Chandra said...

Looks like a great book. Thanks for the giveaway!
cdean1018(at)gmail(dot)com

Jessy said...

I am loving what I've seen of this book so far. It's at the very top of my Amazon.ca wishlist!

Ramona Burke said...

I love this casual approach to quilting! and such stunning results!

Amy said...

This book is so beautiful and I love Malka's comment that there are worse things than ruining a piece of fabric!

MG said...

Thanks for this! I love her last bit of advice---"It's just fabric." I need to keep that in mind as I hesitantly cut into my first Katie Jump Rope FQ later today.
mcglen8@gmail.com

Jane Moxey said...

Congratulations on a terrific interview. You really did ask great questions. I particularly enjoyed how she answered with the description of her work day! Malka and her book sound fascinating! Oh and the "It's just fabric" line is priceless and oh-so-true!

epban said...

Really enjoyed the interview. I've loved Malka's work for quite some time and would love to win a copy in case Santa doesn't bring me one!

Sally said...

Thanks for the chance to win this lovely book; I've just purchased it for the library where I work! And thank you also for being a constant source of inspiration!

Nina said...

Interesting interview! Thanks for the chance to win this great book!

momto2wasd said...

I'm going to take what she said about doing what needs to get done today finished and worry about the rest later. Reading blogs probably can get done later!

Christine said...

I love learning about new (well new to me) quilters and ideas. Thank you so much for sharing! Very inspiring.

stampmeup said...

Wow! Love the bright colors and striking patterns! Thanks for sharing the book with us!

http://sweet-quilt-n-bee-shoppe.blogspot.com/

Daphne said...

This book must be in my library ! ;-) Love the colours.

Suzi said...

Great interview! Beautiful book! I'd love to be your winner!!!!

Kim S said...

I'd love to win a copy of this new book!

LT said...

Thanks for hosting a stop on the blog tour! I can't wait to get my hands on the book (one way or another).

Kristine said...

Great questions! This book is going to be great!

Rita said...

I love the honeycomb hexagon quilt too!

maken designs said...

got to see her beautiful work at the austin quilt show- amazing! talent!

courtney.a.dawson@gmail.com

BaileyGirl5 said...

I am so inspired by Malka's blog and I would love to win a copy of her book.

K8 said...

Such a colorful book!

Amy R said...

Thanks for being a part of this blog tour. It is no surprise you are a fan of Malka's work. . . the work both of you make certainly inspire and encourage me to try new and different things - all the while using patterns that have been around for years. I see them in a new way through your eyes.

Alexandra said...

Great interview! I'd really love to win this book!!

robinde said...

Malka's quilts and dyed fabrics are fantastic! Thanks so much for the chance to win this great book!

Stitch-n-Lounge said...

I'm new to quilting so I would love to win this book to help me learn more. Otherwise I'll definitely be putting this one on my Christmas list!

Kristy said...

What a fantastic review. I can't wait to see inside the book myself.

Melissa said...

I love her quilts (and fabric) - they're always so yummy!

Thanks

Dotti said...

I love her colorful style also!

dottididit(at)gmail(dot)com

**nicke... said...

such a beautiful book. i would love to have one! nicke.cutler@gmail.com

Andi said...

I love this book ... and I haven't even seen it yet!!

maeve315@msn.com said...

I'll keep trying until I win a copy of this gorgeous book. I am a big fan of Malka's work and the previews of her book are so tantalizing! Thanks for the giveaway!

Jaclyn said...

I'd love to win a copy! Looks great.

Donna said...

Love the book. Thanks for being part of this hop across the country. Happy quilting!

manada said...

Awesome interview!

Anita said...

Whew hew - happy holidays!

Avery's Mama said...

I have a friend who thinks quilts are old fashioned and can't be modern. I'd love to show her this book! Great color combinations and patterns!

Cristi
plainjane19@cox.net

Cristin said...

Such awesome inspiration Malka! Thanks for sharing with us! I'd LOVE a copy of this book... sometimes I, too, fear 'messing something up' and therefore don't always be as creative as I probably could be.

mle said...

This book looks so fun! Love that yellow hexagon quilt.
Thanks!
mle_mcclendon(at)charter(dot)net

Jo Chu said...

The book looks great. I hope I win!

Rebecca said...

That strippy quilt in solid colors just about stops my heart!

Rafael's Mum said...

Thanks for the interview and the lovely colourful photographs! And of course for the chance to win :-)

Dan Rouse said...

Can't wait to see the book!

sharon said...

Oh what a fabulous book! I have been waiting for this one to come out. I love Malka's work!
Thank you, Sharonj.

Vivika said...

Hi Victoria: Two of my favorite bloggers in one post... I follow you both and actually already own Malka's FAB book... it arrived last week from Amazon and is already a classic on my book shelf. Nice job with your interview- V

SharonH said...

Malka's book is amazing and I would LOVE to have a copy! Thanks for the opportunity.

nikki said...

I'm such a fan. I've been hoarding my charm pack of her fabrics trying out figure out the perfect project.

James-Linda said...

LOVE THIS BOOK!
THANKS FOR SHARING!

jldouglas@wispwest.net

Marcia said...

Malka's stitchindye is one of the first blogs that I visited. Her use of color and quilting motifs make the work pop. Thank you for this giveaway to win a copy of her special book.

Margaret said...

Love her blog! Great use of color; would love to win a copy of her book. Thanks for the chance. :)

Jolene said...

I just love Malka's love of color. I'd be happy to own this book.

Melanie said...

I am so excited about this book and this giveaway, lol!

Maggie said...

I am looking forward to having a moment to sit down and look through this book. Malka does such a wonderful job!

Kathy said...

Love the book

Tapestry Tree said...

I have been waiting for what seems like forever for this book to come out. I'm so excited to read your review!

Laurie said...

Looks like a wonderful book! I love her quilts and have been waiting for it to come out. This is my first time to your blog, I'll have to keep coming back!

Deborah said...

This looks like a great book! I love her work!

Fran said...

Great interview ! Glad you asked about balancing
family life & work. Would love to win a copy of this
book ! Thanks for the interview & hey ! ......the
giveaway !

Nathalie said...

Love those quilts. Can't wait to win the book!

Jan said...

What a great book. Thanks for the chance to win it.

Jan said...

Great book....love her simple style with a pop of color! Sure, I'd love to be entered!

Jan
fivefoottwo157@yahoo.com

SheilaC said...

This looks like a wonderful book! THank you!

SheilaC

Candied Fabrics said...

Ooh - those are great questions - and interesting answers! THanks Victoria for some insight into the colorful Malka!

michelle said...

I am itching to get one of these books! I just love the colors.

Starr said...

I love that she was inspired by an art teacher.

kstarrpower @ gmail . com

corinne said...

Love the wall hanging, the quilts, the coasters, pot holders, the bag, great projects, great use of color. Great giveaway thank you

webmailaddress2 said...

Very cool!

Frogdancer said...

I think that both of you work brilliantly with colour.

Bea said...

Thanks for the great interview.

West Michigan Quilter said...

I am so looking forward to seeing this book. It looks fantastic.

Bry said...

Oh man, I have had this book on my wishlist for a long time now! My fingers are crossed!

Ginny said...

What a wonderful inspiration! Love the preview of this book.

Jill said...

Looks great inspiration! Thanks for the giveaway chance.

Cate Lindsey said...

I am really looking forward to reading her comments in the book about improvisation. She is someone who's work I've admired for a long time.

Anonymous said...

i'm just coming across this amazingly talented woman and am already such a fan! i'd love to win this book!

Lindsay said...

This looks like a really fun book!

lindsay.forgette at gmail dot com

MissMary said...

Malka's work is quite inspiring, and the book looks delicious!

Tamie said...

Thanks for participating in the blog tour. I'd love to add this book to my library.

Anonymous said...

The more I see this book the more I want it! :) jenifer at jeniferorama AT gmail DOT com

Allie said...

I love her work! I would love to have this book!

Lynn Weathers said...

I haven't been able to get my hands on this book yet to peruse it. I'd love to win a copy! Thanks for the chance.

Amy Herbst said...

I am in LOVE with her work. Gorgeous! Great interview, thanks for sharing.

Duff said...

I'm just loving these blog tours-what a great way to really get to know the designers! I'm so intrigued by Malka!!

Michelle said...

The book looks amazing! thanks so much for the giveaway!!

thegoose said...

Oh, how I yearn to win this book!
And thank you for the informative and interesting interview. :)

MoeWest said...

Great interview! I would love to win a copy of this book. Thanks for the giveaway.

Bridgid said...

Thanks for the great review. Those projects looking truly inspirational - definitely time for some fearless creating!

Angela D. said...

The book looks wonderful! THanks for the opportunity to win.

Clares Place said...

Thanks for the giveaway. The book looks fantastic!

Patty said...

Thanks for the giveaway. I would love to have a copy of that book.

bioyarn said...

Thank-you for hosting a give away, the book looks fabulous, I love your quilts also!

Allie said...

Wow - that book is immediately going on my must-have list - I LOVE her style! That's my kind of quilting! I'd love to sit at her feet and take it all in!

Sheri said...

It is fabulous that Malka is fearless when it comes to color and mixing various fibers! This book looks amazing! Thanks.

Linda said...

This book looks absolutely wonderful! I would LOVE to win it. Thanks for the interesting interview!

Béa said...

I would be very happy to win this book, thanks for the chance !

Jude said...

Wow...what a lucky person to win such a wonderful book...hope it's me!!
Take care
Jude

Catherine said...

Isn't this book so inspiring! Thanks for letting us get to know Malka a little better with your great questions and for hosting this giveaway.

Nancy C said...

Love the colors...thanks for the chance to win a great book.

Sarah said...

How you feel about Malka, that's how I feel about you. Thanks for the opportunity to win a copy of Malka's book!

Jeannie Gan said...

Just love the vibrant colors of Malka's.

Marg M said...

gee i love the colours in this book :-)

Lee said...

THank you for the review. Love her designs.

Phyllis said...

Love her work. It would be great to win a copy of her book.

babiesdoc said...

I have admired malka's bright colors and her very modern quilt. I would love to win this book
thanks!

tropicslady said...

I so love Malka's work, been following Stitch in Dye for quite awhile. Congrats Malka on your new book!

cabesh said...

I'm drooling over the book!

Heidi Jane Blankets said...

I'd love to win!
heidijaneblankets at comcast dot net

Katie said...

beautiful projects!

no4daughter said...

This book looks amazing and has been added to my wish list.

F-o-x said...

confession - I came just for the tour because I love the look of the book, but I am so glad I found your blog! I have been following quilting arts ever since I read the article on your work quilts. I kept looking at them every time I saw a copy somewhere and I finally had to buy it because I loved them so much.

I am happy to have found you (although I am sure I could have found you other ways had I tried) and look forward to following you!

(you can contact me through my blog - http://vbehindthelens.blogspot.com/)

Melissa said...

I love her work. I would be thrilled to win. Thank you for the giveaway.

Diane J. Evans said...

Ooh, I love her work, too -- I was just about to order this book. Do you think that karma is telling us that #165 is the lucky one??? Thank you so much for the giveaway.

Diane

Colleen MacDonald said...

HOORAY! A chance to win it before I buy it! I'm in awe of her work; thanks for the fabulous interview!

Cynthia said...

This book looks amazing. The color is like a feast for the eyes. I would love to win a copy of this book. Thanks.

Roberta said...

Following this blog tour in the hope of winning this gorgeous book and getting to know some new blogs on the way - awesome!

Jessica Christensen said...

I absolutely love what I've seen of this book so far!

Joy said...

Thanks for asking her about her color sense - I've always been impressed by her bold color work and was curious to know how it developed. I'm excited to add this book to my library...thanks for the chance to win it!

Anonymous said...

HEY THERE, I LOVE MALKAS WORK PLEASE ENTER ME TO WIN HER BOOK, I LIKE YOUR QUILTS TOO BY THE WAY..
IZZYR221@LIVE.COM

Amanda said...

This book looks amazing it is going on my Christmas list for sure.

Mary Keasler said...

Love the interview. Great questions and great answers. Looking forward to getting the book ~ one way or another. :)

floribunda... aka Julie said...

I'd love to win a copy of Malka's book! thanks

laura said...

LOVE the colors in these designs. Thanks for the giveaway!

Little Miss S. said...

Oh, those colours. They make me want to fill my home with bright fabric.

VickiT said...

I love the pictures in this book so much as they really show off her expertise so well. I'd love to own a copy of this book. It has such great projects and more from what I've seen.

Kerry said...

Great interview. Love Malka's aesthetic

Anonymous said...

Such a beautiful book. Thanks for the chance to win.

karenofkmx2 at yahoo dot com

thought/found said...

There were some wonderful tidbits of advice in that interview, so thank you! I can only imagine what other treasures are in the rest of the book! Thanks for hosting a lovely stop on the tour.

Allison said...

This book looks so inspiring! Thanks for the opportunity to win.

SewLindaAnn said...

I love her style, definitely would love to win the book!

Lynn said...

A giveaway for a book I've seen at the bookstore (and coveted). If I don't win,I may need to talk to Santa about receiving my own copy!

Bellgirl said...

This book looks absolutely scrumptious! bellgirlsblog [at] gmail [dot] com

Angela said...

I adore Malka's work and have been eagerly awaiting this new book! she has such a fresh approach to color and quilting.

a.niza said...

malka has a distinct style and very inspirational. Thanks for the opportunity to win one of her signed copy.

Bec Clarke said...

Oh I love the question about fearless creativity, I need some fearlessness and this book. Fingers crossed or it may go on my very long christmas list.

trudys_person said...

I love this book! It's on my Christmas list - but it would be fun to win a copy! Thank you for the giveaway!

Andrea said...

Oh - I recognize your work from Quilting Arts magazine! I'll be back to read more later - glad to find you. Thanks for the chance to win a copy of Malka's book!

Deb said...

I enjoyed this post a lot and would love to win this wonderful book. debgiro at wildblue dot net

maree said...

I love finding out about inspiring designers - such cool quilts!!!!! Ciao

Klary said...

This book is so sweet.Ik like the bold colors. I wish it will fly to the Netherlands, and color my days.

Anna said...

I've been eyeing her work on and off and was really excited to see some of the images from her book. Everything she makes looks so fun and happy. :)

cyberprincess said...

would love to win! great book - amazing colors...

hands_of_gold said...

I need this book! Really! :-)

Colette said...

This book looks AMAZING!!! I so need (not want, ha ha) a copy of this!

lil said...

I really would love to get a copy of this book as her work is just stunning

thanks

Mira said...

Gorgeous! Thanks for the opportunity.

Sandy in CA said...

Love the name of your blog!
Hoping to win Malka's book!

EG said...

LOVE these colors!

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