Our family has historic connections, weaving the look of Iconic England since 1783, and our fabric has influenced, and been part of, numerous moments in history.

Our fabrics adorn palaces and buildings of great importance, covering the wool sack in the House of Lords and creating the striking scarlet uniforms still worn by the Queen’s Royal Guards. We are also proud to hold the Royal Warrant for supplying furnishing fabrics to Her Majesty the Queen. Hainsworth cloth is the visual representation of England throughout the world and every piece of cloth that we produce is a little piece of history, made in our mill in the heart of Yorkshire.

 

  • The Queen’s Coronation

    Hainsworth was chosen to produce a special cloth in regimental colours to mark the occasion of the Queen’s Coronation in 1953. In total Hainsworth provided…

  • Royal Weddings

    There is no doubt that British Royal Weddings are spectacular events, staunched in deep rooted tradition, pomp and ceremony. Hainsworth cloth has been worn at…

  • The Queen’s Royal Guard

    The iconic Queen’s Royal Guards are instantly recognised globally as quintessentially English with their eye catching, bright and memorable uniforms. Hainsworth cloth is used to…

  • Windsor Castle

    Hainsworth supplies interiors fabric cloth which is used for interior furnishing at Windsor Castle and for the interiors of Buckingham Palace.

  • Trooping the Colour

    All the pageantry at the Royal Birthday Parade celebrations of HM Queen Elizabeth II is enhanced through Hainsworth fabrics which include the scarlet and dark…

  • The Battle of Waterloo

    The famous ‘Thin Red Line” of fighters at the battle of Waterloo was Red thanks to the striking Scarlet cloth produced by Hainsworth for the…

  • British Khaki

    In 1899 Hainsworth saw the first orders for Khaki Serge, a worsted warp woollen weft fabric for the British military. Hainsworth were contacted by the…

  • The RAF

    The ‘Boys in Blue’ are in blue thanks to Hainsworth. When the Air force separated from the Army in 1918 and approached Hainsworth for colour…

  • The Woolsack

    The seat of the Lord Speaker in the House of Lords is referred to as The Woolsack and has, for many years, been covered in…

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