We are a small company making products for quilters and are located in Chanhassen, MN USA. All of our products use a pre-printed fusible interfacing to help make it easier and quicker for quilters to make their quilts.
Ta-Da Quilt Products began in 2005 with an idea to make it simpler to create half square triangles. We introduced Ta-Da Half Square Triangles (HST) at Spring Market in Minneapolis in May of 2006 with 14 sizes. In 2007 we added more sizes of HSTs and patterns that include the Ta-Das. At Spring Market in may of 2008 we introduced Quarter Square Triangles (QRST) and more patterns. Our Continuous Line Bias Binding (CLBB) was added in 2010 to help quilters make their own bias binding. In 2012 we added Prairie Points to our line of products.
We continue to look for more products to make quilting easier and more enjoyable. New sizes to existing products have been added upon request of our customers. If you have an idea we would love to hear from you.
Ta-Da the cat
Ta-Da is the namesake of our company and frequently keeps an eye on all aspects of the business. Mostly she naps and keeps our founder Linda, company.
I stopped at a shop in Virginia MN and found out about Ta-Da Triangles. I found them so easy that I made two lap throws in one week. The craft stores in Duluth and Superior don't have Ta-Da
Triangles. One store talked me into trying the paper ones that are pinned on and ripped off afterwards. What a mistake!! I was disappointed because Virginia MN is about 1 1/2 hours from here, then my
husband found your website and we have since placed several orders. My family and friends are all getting lap throws for Christmas.
Love your Ta da's.
Keep up the great work.
I just put in an order for more of your triangles---they have made quite a difference in my quilting life, and since they arrived, I have finished a quilt that I had put away because I got tired of making---you guessed it----triangles.
I look forward to the package getting here---I have been going through all my patterns to see which ones I had put off using because of triangles...