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Sixty years ago, Yorkshire textile mill Hainsworth provided the iconic cloth for the military to wear at The Queen’s Coronation. In July, the company has been invited to attend the Coronation Festival to celebrate the 60th anniversary of The Queen’s Coronation. … Continue reading
With four centuries of experience between them and a successful partnership last year, Clarks has once again teamed up with Hainsworth, the textile experts, to create a capsule collection of men’s boots for Autumn Winter 2013. Continue reading
One of Britain’s most historic textile mills has teamed up with an American company to launch a range of quintessentially English scarves into the US academic market. Yorkshire company Hainsworth, which was founded in 1783 and has supplied British schools … Continue reading
Scarlet & Argent is a timeless collection of lifestyle accessories created for the home. Founded by Hainsworth – THE luxury fabric supplier to the world’s royalty and our very own Queen Elizabeth II, Scarlet & Argent is instilled with a stunning heritage that spans across 7 family generations and is synonymous with some of the most iconic moments in British history since 1783. Continue reading
Christopher Raeburn, a British fashion designer who is known for creating ethically-aware men’s and womenswear collections visits Hainsworth to take a closer look at the iconic woollen fabrics manufactured on-site for his new A/W collection. Continue reading
Be the first to view this fabulous new cloth online now. Hainsworth Pilot Cloth is a heavy weight Melton fabric made from 100% wool, its 2/2 twill overcoating makes it the ideal fabric for many end uses:
Derek Procter in Farsley is one of about a dozen growers in the Rhubarb Triangle continuing to harvest the crop. It is the area between Leeds, Bradford and Wakefield that is known as the Rhubarb Triangle. At its height hundreds of farms in the area grew the vegetable, providing most of the UK’s supply. The importance of local rhubarb is celebrated with the Wakefield Rhubarb Festival every February. Continue reading