1- 8 1s dance down (nearer hands joined) between 2s, cast up, dance down between 3s and cast up to face 1st corners
9-20 Dance to Each Corner and Set (12 bars):-
' 9-10 1s change places with 1st corners (pass RSh) and 1st corners pass RSh with a ¼ turn to right in centre to face 2nd corners (as 2nd corners set)
' 11-12 Original 1st corners change places with 2nd corners passing RSh and 2nd corners pass RSh with a ¼ turn to right to face 1s in 3rd corner (pstn) as 1s set
' 13-14 Original 2nd corners change places with 1s passing RSh and 1s pass RSh with a ¼ turn to right to face 2nd corner (pstn) as original 1st corners set
' 15-20 Repeat this Fig once more until 1s meet again in centre passing RSh, twirl to finish BtoB (1M face down, 1L face up) 3s and 2s are 1st and 3rd places opposite sides
21-24 1s dance out of ends, cast to right into 2nd place own side while 3s+2s set and dance ½ RH across. 213
25-32 1s+3s dance Rose Progression:-
' 25-26 1M+3L set as 1L+3M change places RH
' 27-28 1M+3L ½ turn 2H as 1L and 3M dance into partner's place
' 29-30 1M+3L cast into each others place as 1L+3M ½ turn 2H
' 31-32 1M and 3L dance into 2nd/1st places own side as 1L and 3M cast to right to new places. 231
(MINICRIB, Dance Crib compiled by Charles Upton, Deeside Caledonian Society, and his successors)
1 - 4 1C giving nearer hands, dance down between 2C, and cast up around them.
5 - 8 1C dance down between 3C and cast up around them to finish facing 1st corners. 2C step up on bars 5 and 6.
9 - 20 1C dance to each corner and set. On bar 20, 1C pass each other then pull right shoulder back to finish back to back in the middle of the set, 1L facing up, 1M facing down.
21 - 24 1C dance out the ends of the set, cast to the right to finish in 2nd place own side. While 2C and 3C (corners) set and dance RH across ½ way.
25 - 32 1C and 3C dance the Rose Progression.
1L and 3M change places giving RH and stay facing out, cast to the right and dance a right hand ½ turn and a twirl on 1st corner diagonal. Meanwhile 1M and 3L set, dance a right hand ½ turn and a twirl to face in and dance straight across dance.
(Dance Crib compiled by the deviser, Avril Quarrie, 2014. Revised 2015)
The Rose Progression was devised by Rod Downey of New Zealand.