1- 8 1s+2s+3s in prom hold dance a reel of 3 across the set, 1s passing 3s RSh to start
9-16 1s (with Lady leading) dance RH across with 3s and dance LH across with 2s
17-24 2s+3s dance Ladies' Chain across the set while 1s set and dance between 2s+3s and cast individually back to places
25-32 1s+3s dance ½ R&L, 1s+2s dance ½ R&L to end 312
(MINICRIB, Dance Crib compiled by Charles Upton, Deeside Caledonian Society, and his successors)
1-8 All take promenade hold for reel of 3 across the set, 1s giving right shoulder to 3s to start, all finishing in places;
9-12 1L followed by 1M dance right hands across with 3s;
13-16 1L followed by 1M dance left hands across with 2s, all finishing in places, 2M 3M facing out;
17-24 2s3s ladies' chain WHILE 1s set, lead down and cast to places:
17-18 2M 3M pull left shoulder back to cast to partner's place WHILE 2L3L cross by the right to opposite M's original place WHILE 1s set;
19-20 2M3L 3M2L turn by the left WHILE 1s lead down with nearer hands joined, finishing below 3L 2M's places;
21-24 2s3s complete the ladies' chain WHILE 1s cast up, all finishing in original places, facing in;
25-28 1s3s half rights and lefts, finishing 3s2s1s;
29-32 1s2s half rights and lefts, finishing 3s1s2s.
(MAXICRIB, Scottish country dancing instructions compiled by Reuben Freemantle)
1-32 Since the dancers never take hands in a circle at any time, it may be difficult to maintain the correct, evenly spaced, hexagonal format of the dancers in the triangular set.
-8 2s must be careful to finish in original places, facing in.
-12 3s must be careful to finish in original places, facing in.
29-32 3s, standing in 1st place, should make any slight adjustment to their positions needed to re-establish the set format.
-32 1s must be careful to finish in 2nd place, 2s in 3rd.