Defined by Gordon Willey in 1949. Named after the Carrabelle site, 8Fr2, in Franklin County, Florida.
Medium to fine incised patterns on grit-tempered pottery. Patterns include simple row arrangement, herringbone fashion, and nested triangles. The distribution of the decoration is usually confined to the upper one-third of the vessel. Known vessel forms include flattened-globular bowls, collared globular bowls, jars, collared jars, and beakers. Rims are incurving, direct, and out-slanting with a flattened shelf lip. Most rims have exterior folds, but may be thickened when not folded. Some vessels have a incised line encircling the vessel on the top of the lip.