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But D—— made it (our head) all carded together and twisted up.

She carded and spun and wove and dyed all the family clothing.

The wool is carded, but no attempt is made to get the fibers parallel.

Hold the carded wool in the left hand in the middle of the strand.

But D. (the barber) made it, all carded together and twisted up.

And they carded the thread, and turned their spinning wheels, and wound and wove.

Long ago, when Marjorie's grandmother was young, wool was carded by hand.

Well, so you have got your wool to be carded; I could not calculate what truck you had got.

And they carded the thread and turned their spinning-wheels, and wound and wove.

The man took the cotton home, and carded it, and made it into balls.