To say a BIG THANK YOU to care workers in our area #TeamBaa have been busy making and donating home made PPE for those who can’t get hold of any.

Sanna’s face Masks

Sanna is master of the Face Mask and using her fantastic dressmaking skills has produced a design that offers an important combination of coverage and comfort.

Here’s Ray, Sanna’s husband modelling Sanna’s design


Luckily just before we closed we had taken delivery of 100m of the calico we use to cover our Baa Stools. Our washers and dryers at home have been in overdrive pre-washing lengths of cotton before cutting the pattern then ironing them flat.


Sanna has sewn each mask herself on her machines at home. They’re machine washable meaning they can be used over and over again.
Sanna has made a helpful tutorial on how to make a face mask.
You will need:
A piece of pre-washed cotton measuring 30cm x 37cm
A length of elastic – 60-80cm long
A sewing machine or needle and thread


Michelle and Ian are on Visor production. Each day we’ve been heading the short distance from our home to Baa Stool HQ.

Michelle and Ian model their visors

Production line…

We cut the foam, acetate and elastic before stapling, taping, gluing, assembling and packing as many as we can before setting off to make deliveries.

Ian busy on production


So far we have provided 810 visors and 408 masks to care homes, hospices, carers, nurses and doctors around Denbighshire, Flintshire and Wrexham.

It feels great to be doing our bit!

Here’s an article in the local press; CLICK HERE

Buy a Mask and Support our NHS

You can now purchase our two ply cotton masks in Adult or Child size HERE

All profits; that’s £2 for every Adult mask and £1 for every child mask, will be donated to NHS Charities.

Charity Donations

To date the masks have raised over £1250 for charities.

Our first donation was for £500 made to Tony Hudgell’s 10k walk in aid of the Evelina Children’s Hospital. Read more about this inspiring little boy and the amazing work the hospital do HERE

The Baa Haus

We have donated the use of The Baa Haus – our brand new holiday let in Trearddur Bay, Anglesey to Ciando – a scheme set up to help health and emergency service workers to find suitable temporary accommodation when they can’t stay at home.

We’re delighted to be accomodating a local brother and sister who are volunteering as care workers. They usually live with their grandmother but needed alternative accommodation to keep her safe while the continue to provide care in the community.

They are the first ever guests at the house and we can’t imagine anyone more deserving.

Here’s an article all about the scheme from the local press: CLICK HERE

    Your cart is emptyReturn to Shop