Both Men Turn Partners By the right into Allemande hold, Finishing with the Couples Facing each other;
Both Couples Advance Giving left shoulders to Exchange Positions, Finishing by releasing right hands;
Both Couples Left hands across once round, Finishing by releasing hands and Turning on the spot anticlockwise to Face whatever Direction is required for the next Figure.
It is important for each Dancer to be completely clear about his/her final Facing Direction since the Turning on the spot can be disorientating; for The Dream Catcher, it is the Dancer's Second corner who, conveniently, is Standing in his/her Original Place throughout and, ideally, helps by making Eye contact just as the Figure Finishes. It is also important to move quickly in bars 3-4 in order to reach the correct Starting position for the Hands across so that there is no problem in reaching the Finishing Position at the correct Time, ready to Turn on the spot.
Although for clarity the above description uses the term, Couples, these need not necessarily be Partners but they must be a Man and a Lady.
The swirl (devised by Alex Gray of South Wales Branch) is equally appropriate in a Longwise set for adjacent Couples Starting Facing each other either Across the set or Up and down; each Lady must be on the right of the Man who will be her "Partner" for the Figure.