1- 8 5s dance reels of 3 with 1s+3s (5s start by passing opposite dancer by LSh)
9-16 5L dances RH across with 2s while 5M dances LH across with 4s, 5s lead up through 1s and cast back to centre
17-24 5L dances LH across with 2s while 5M dances RH across with 4s, 5s lead down through 3s and cast back to centre
25-32 5s Tulloch turn right (Kilt Grip) twice, 5s+1s set and dance part LH across (5s dance ½ way while 1s dance ¼ way and into centre to face 2s)
(MINICRIB, Dance Crib compiled by Charles Upton, Deeside Caledonian Society, and his successors)
1-8 1L5M3M 1M5L3L parallel reels of 3, 5s giving left shoulder to 1s to start;
9-12 4s5M left hands across WHILE 5L2s right hands across;
13-16 5s lead out between 1s, cast and meet in the centre;
17-20 4s5M right hands across WHILE 5L2s left hands across;
21-24 5s lead out between 3s, cast up and meet in the centre;
25-28 5s turn by the right twice to finish facing 1s;
29-30 5s 1s set facing;
31-32 5s1s left hands across halfway, 5s finishing in 1st place, 1s finishing in the centre facing 2s ready to repeat with 2nd place as the new head of the set.
(MAXICRIB, Scottish country dancing instructions compiled by Reuben Freemantle)
Apparently the dance instructions listed the devisers in reverse alphabetical order leading to Quarries' names being the first named dancer-devisers.
The other devisers were Mel and Ellie Briscoe, Mary Brown, Elaine Brunken, John Collins, Sue Eisley, Ingrid Kendall, and Susie Kinsman.
Spiffin' is a slang expression meaning cool, chic, all done perfectly.