Mannin Quilters

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Mannin Quilters are a group on the Isle of Man who are interested in quilting.  We meet every Tuesday evening from 7:30pm in the Sunday School of Ballabeg Methodist Chapel and on Wednesday afternoons at Port Erin Catholic Church Hall from 1:30pm.

Membership runs from January to December each year. If you would like to join or renew your membership for 2016 click here to download the membership form.

One of our members, Celia Kay, will be showing new work at the Isle Gallery, St. Johns from 6th March to 27th March.

This is a notice about the LED lamps that some of you may have purchased either directly from Amazon or through Mannin Quilters – the sort that are stored at Ballabeg and are available to borrow. Amazon have sent out a message that you should not use these lights as the plugs do NOT have a fuse in - so please remove the existing plug and replace with a 5amp UK plug. A Certificate of Inspection sent from the manufacturer really isn’t worth the paper it was written on

The latest newsletter (January 2016) can be downloaded from the News & Information Page

The latest project, cushions for the Southern Befrienders can be viewed from the Gallery Page

We have held exhibitions in Ballabeg Methodist Sunday School every 2 years since 2002 and our next will be in 2016

To view some of the quilts which were on show,check the Gallery Page

For more information about Mannin Quilters please see our Contacts Page

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.