The development of crystallographic textures of IF and HSLA steels after 20, 50, 70 and 90% cold rolling reductions and subsequent recrystallisation have been investigated using Electron Backscattered Diffraction (EBSD). The HSLA steel was initially processed to give a volume fraction of about 0.2 of fine pearlite colonies, which acted as mechanically hard particles. Both cold rolling and recrystallisation textures are shown to be largely dependent on the rolling reduction for both steels. With increasing rolling reduction, the texture shows gradual intensification of α and γ fibre components. Although PSN was the dominant nucleation site in the HSLA steel during annealing, the α and γ fibres also exist in the recrystallisation textures, but with lower density.