1- 8 1s set and 1L followed by partner casts below 3s. 1L Crosses&Casts up to face her 1st corner while 1M dances up the middle to face 1st corner
9-12 1s set to 1st corners and dance RSh round each other into 3rd corner (pstn) while 1st corners dance in and turn right about to face their original position
13-16 1s+1st corner person set and 1st corner persons dance RSh round each other into diagonal opposite corners while 1s dance in and pivot to right to face 2nd corners
17-24 1s repeat bars 9-16 with 2nd corners and end passing RSh to 2nd place opposite sides. (3)(1)(2)
25-32 2s+1s+3s chase clockwise ½ way and turn partners RH
(MINICRIB, Dance Crib compiled by Charles Upton, Deeside Caledonian Society, and his successors)
1-2 1s set, 1L turning on the spot to finish facing out;
3-6 1s chase clockwise halfway around the set, finishing below 3s on opposite sides;
7-8 1L cast up, dance in and pull left shoulder back WHILE 1M dance up and pull right shoulder back to finish back-to-back facing first corners;
9-10 1s set to first corners;
11-12 1s pull right shoulder back and dance out to partner's first corner position WHILE first corners advance and pull right shoulder back to finish facing the corner position just vacated;
13-14 1s set to the facing corner person;
15-16 first corners (persons) pull right shoulder back and dance out to their opposite corner position WHILE 1s advance, giving right shoulder, and pull right shoulder back to finish back-to-back facing second corners;
17-22 1s repeat bars 9-16 with second corners;
23-24 second corners (persons) pull right shoulder back and dance out to their opposite corner position WHILE 1s cross, passing right shoulder, to finish 3s1s2s, all on opposite sides;
25-28 all chase clockwise halfway around the set, finishing 2s3s1s on own sides;
29-32 all turn by the right.
(MAXICRIB, Scottish country dancing instructions compiled by Reuben Freemantle)
9-24 This figure is commonly known as the Peter White Reel; it is named after the dance in which it first occurred, Peter White, devised by Alec Hay.
10-10 1s turn ¼ on the spot ready for the next movement.
14-14 Corners (persons) turn ¼ on the spot ready for the next movement.