Amy Pabst walked Lilo through a number of her log cabin quilts which were featured in her exhibit, Log Cabin: 100K. The series of quilts focused on miniature scale and explored the unlimited layout and design options of the log cabin block. There are a total of 102,779 individual pieces in this exhibit at the International Quilt Festival in Houston 2019 and some of them are very, very small.

#5 Diana Lee Brown 2019-11-11 07:36
Amy,s love of quilting is catching,she is a great teacher and encouarer! To see her work and listen to her speck about her love let you know any quilt made with love will work out great,because your love shows through.Thank You Amy for your love of quilting! :-) :-)
#4 coolmama21719 2019-11-08 09:55
Wow! Precision for sure.
#3 Mrs.A 2019-11-08 09:30
Lilo…thank you for this wonderful interview with Amy Pabst. The exhibit of her work at the Houston Festival was incredible. It's fun to learn the stories behind the quilts. Can't wait to see what Amy does next!
#2 KPuff 2019-11-08 07:50
Love Amy's quilts. She mentioned she uses a foundation paper that does not need to be removed. Where would I find the 'Foundation Stuff' paper piecing product she mentioned? I agree, tearing out foundation paper is very tedious and can pull at the stitches too much.
#1 bbquiltmaker 2019-11-08 06:58
THANK YOU for this video interview! I was gobsmacked with this exhibit, a woman after my own heart and she’s 31! So happy to see young people exploring quilting with a passion.
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