The process of construction a fabric by the interlocking of rows of loops of yarn by means of needles.
Hainsworth have modern cuffing machinery which is used to knit tight structures which retain their elasticity without the need to use special elastomeric yarns.
Hainsworth also produce a range of knitted tubular fabrics in both Wool and Para Aramid with finished diameters ranging from 15mm to 140mm.
HAINSWORTH FABRICS ON PARADE AT CORONATION FESTIVAL AS THEY WERE AT THE CORONATION 60 YEARS AGO
Sixty years ago, Yorkshire textile mill Hainsworth provided the iconic cloth for the military to wea...
Did You Know...
In 1783 Abimelech Hainsworth began his working life as a cloth merchant by collecting fabric from local cottages and selling it at Leeds market. Such was the demand that he opened his first factory in 1800.