1-8 1ST AND 2ND COUPLES SET, ½ TURN, TWIRL, AND CHASE CLOCKWISE HALFWAY to own side in progressed places;
9-16 3-COUPLE SET AND LINK TWICE to end on opposite side in order 3-1-2;
17-24 CORNERS ADVANCE, RETIRE AND WHEEL as 1ST'S SET CROSS AND CHASE HALFWAY: 3rd and 2nd couples advance and retire and dance right hands across AS 1st couple set, cross with right hands and dance clockwise halfway around the corners;
25-32 TEAPOTS AND CHASE: left hands across, 1st man with 3rd and 2nd men, 1st woman with 2nd and 3rd women flowing into a chase anticlockwise halfway around to end on own sides.
Repeat from 2nd place.
(Dance Crib compiled by the devisers, Maggie and Duncan Keppie)
The Plaidie or feile-mhor (pronounced "fell-ugh mower") is basically a large blanket-like piece of fabric which is wrapped around one's body with the material pleated or, more accurately, loosely gathered and secured at the waist usually by means of a belt. Typically, a portion of the belted plaid hangs down to about the knees with the rest of the material being wrapped up around one's upper body in a variety of ways and pinned or otherwise secured to keep it in place.
The belted plaid was a standard item of men's Highland dress from the late 16th century until the middle of the 18th century. It was also the precursor of the modern tailored kilt.