Welcome to the world of Paula Golden, quilt artist & teacher.
Paula was named “Teacher of the Year 2001”by Professional Quilter magazine.
Browse through the Gallery to see samples of Paula's work and her student’s work. Need some inspiration? Sometimes it’s all in how you look at the things round you. Visit Paula’s Inspiration Gallery and be inspired by her view of the world.
Take a look at Paula's classes and while there, see her Pointers for Painless Paper Foundation Piecing and her Body Smart Quilting Stretches.
There is no limit to who may learn how to quilt! Our son's cat, Milo, learning how to cut diamond shapes.
"Along the Spice Route" features 41 wall quilts depicting artistic interpretations of spices that refine modern cuisine. The exhibit offers an opportunity to discover the spices´ countries of origin, the importance of ancient trade routes, and the lasting connections between the world´s cultural heritages. See the schedule and featured artists here.
What are your "words of intention" for 2015? How will they affect your daily life? How will they affect the art you create? My word for 2015 is "stillness."
Paula was nominated for "2011 Inspiring Quilt Teacher" for Inspired to Quilt Online Quilt Expo
To download a PDF of Paula's Body Smart Stretching exercises, click here.
To see Paula’s latest quilts, click here.
To learn of her latest classes and schedule, click here.
The Quilts of Virginia 1607 - 1899: the Birth of America Through the Eye of a Needle.
Paula, along with Barbara Tricarico, Bunnie Jordan, Maren Lindberg, Hazel Carter and Joan McGowen co-authored the book on Virginia's quilts. The book is based on the Virginia Documentation Project sponsored by the Virginia Consortium of Quilters. This new book anticipates Virginia’s 400th anniversary in 2007 by presenting over 270 beautiful historic quilts and ephemera in over 420 color and vintage photographs. From quilted armor of the 17th century to crazy quilts of the 19th century, these personal family and museum treasures include the homespun work of slaves and the stitches of First Ladies. The eight Virginia-born U. S. presidents are represented here, with work from George Washington’s great great grandmother to quilting by Mrs. Woodrow Wilson. The contents derive from the study of more than 3,000 quilts statewide that were meticulously examined by the Virginia Consortium of Quilters' Documentation Project. This book is an inspiration to today's quilters as well as an important contribution to quilting history and Virginia heritage. If you are interested in purchasing a copy of the book, please click here.
Bring the Golden touch to your guild, shop, or seminar. Contact Paula for more information.