Ty Hafan

Handcrafted by Ty Hafan

welcome to handcrafted by tŷ hafan

What is handcrafted by Tŷ Hafan?

In our Handcrafted workshop situated on our beautiful hospice grounds on the Welsh coast, our volunteers find a welcoming space to create and upcycle preloved donations into beautiful handmade products to sell, helping us to raise funds a creative way. Handcrafted gives volunteers and crafters the opportunity to take part in and share their creative skills such as sewing, crocheting, woodwork, painting and embellishing whilst supporting and fundraising for our families.

handcrafted products


Visit our amazing Etsy store!

Our Etsy store features a beautiful collection of our handcrafted by tŷ hafan products - all lovingly handmade by staff & volunteers and carefully curated for you to shop. 

handcrafted products


How to get involved

Join us! We need your help to create unique upcycled pieces and help us make a difference in the lives of our children! Handcrafted is open to all volunteers who would like to participate in a workshop.

handcrafted engagement

Creative or not, we welcome everyone to come in, have a cup of tea and a chat whilst helping us craft. What more could you want? We also offer Handcrafted as a unique team building experience for businesses who would like to encourage team bonding and help a worthy cause!

handcrafted stall

Next step

Get in touch! Give us a ring on 029 2053 2199 or email us at handcraftedby@tyhafan.org to let us know how you’d like to get involved!


‘Another lovely day spent in the craft room. Always a pleasure to come in.’

‘We all had a fantastic day. As a bereaved mum, I still feel very much a part of Ty Hafan and look forward to the next time.’

‘Thanks so much for making me feel useful and part of a group. I really enjoyed the afternoon.’

‘Really enjoyed it. Really therapeutic. Gave me time to relax and feel like I was contributing. Long may it continue.’

‘Great Concept. Love the therapeutic aspect as well as the opportunity it presents to meet other Ty Hafan volunteers and staff! Many thanks!’