1-8 CIRCLE: all circle and back;
9-16 TURN AND DO-SI-DO: all turn partner with right hands, and then dance back-to-back with partner;
17-24 WHEELS: all dance right hand across and back with left hands;
25-32 CLAP AND PROGRESS: face opposite couple and clap for 4 bars (clap, clap, clap-clap-clap, clap, clap, clap-clap-clap), then pass opposite person by the right shoulder to end facing next couple.
REPEAT with next couple.
(Dance Crib compiled by the devisers, Maggie and Duncan Keppie)
A Tam O'Shanter is the most common Scottish bonnet worn by men. It was named after the character Tam o' Shanter in the poem of that name by Robert Burns.
The bonnet is made of wool with a toorie (pompon) in the centre, and the crown is about twice the diameter of the head.