Mannin Quilters are a group on the Isle of Man who are interested in quilting. We hold exhibitions every 2 years. You can view the quilts which were exhibited at previous exhibitions on our Picture Gallery page.
We meet every Tuesday evening from 7:30pm in the Sunday School of Ballabeg Methodist Chapel and every Wednesday afternoon at Port Erin Catholic Church Hall from 1:30pm.
If you would like to join us or renew your membership for 2018, the 2018 membership form is available to download from the Contacts page.
The 2018 Quilt Exhibition runs from Friday May 4th May to Monday 7th May, 10am to 4.30pm daily at Ballabeg Methodist Church Hall.
Please be aware that cycle races have been scheduled over the same weekend so there may be road closures around the Southern 100 course.
Below is the double quilt made by members of Mannin Quilters and is the first prize in the Tombola. Tickets are on sale from any member of Mannin Quilters or at the exhibition.
The draw takes place on the last day of the exhibition, Monday May 7th.
Other prizes include bags, cushions and table mats which are also made by our members.
To view some of the quilts which were on show at previous exhibitions, visit the Gallery Page
Mannin Quilters contribution to the 2017 Isle of Man Flower Festival is below. The arrangement is based upon the SCBU quilts, Click the picture for a larger image.
The 2017 project, cushions for the Peel Live at Home Scheme, can be viewed in the Picture Gallery Page
For more information about Mannin Quilters please see our Contacts Page
Below are photos of our sales day in November 2016.
In June 2015 Chris Eastham , representing Mannin Quilters, was invited to attend the opening of the Neonatal Unit
and was presented with a certificate in recognition of the support Mannin Quilters have given over the years.
We hope to continue our supprt for many years to come and are very greatful to all those members who have made
and donated these much treasured items.
Below are photos of the cheques we gave to charity following our tombola in 2012.