Hainsworth offer a range of re-enactment fabrics for costumes for various historical periods including Roman, Medieval, Napoleonic, Civil Wars and World War II. Hainsworth supplied George Washington's buff that is now on display in the Washington museum, cloth to make an exact replica of General Stonewell Jackson's uniform, which is now on exhibit in the Stonewell Jackson museum, and uniforms on show at Madame Tussaudes.
Our extensive archives have been utilised in the production of our present range to supply cloth to re-enactment groups from around the world. Please select from the list below to explore the full range or contact us for further information.
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Window to the world
Uniform cloths from Hainsworth were included in The Great Exhibition of 1851, the first international exhibition of manufactured goods, at the Crystal Palace in Hyde Park, London.