In this photo, taken at the Elliott Plant in 1964, a man performs a roving action, the final phase of carding where fibers are untangled, cleaned and intermixed to produce a continuous string suitable for spinning.
In this photo, taken at the Elliott Plant in 1964, a man performs a roving action, the final phase of carding where fibers are untangled, cleaned and intermixed to produce a continuous string suitable for spinning. Contributed by Fort Mill History Museum
In this photo, taken at the Elliott Plant in 1964, a man performs a roving action, the final phase of carding where fibers are untangled, cleaned and intermixed to produce a continuous string suitable for spinning. Contributed by Fort Mill History Museum