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{anyone} Cross Fold [Mainstream]
 
 
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anyone Cross Fold -- [Mainstream]
   (Gordon Densmore 1964)
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From a Line of 4 or other applicable formations.

As one movement, designated dancers step forward and move two positions toward the center of the line, while turning 180 degrees.

Diagram ENDS / CENTERS from a One-Faced Line, Wave, and perhaps other formation.

Diagram GIRLS CROSS FOLD from a BBGG Line.

Traffic pattern (when designated dancers start facing the same direction):

  1. If designated dancers are Ends, they pass right-shoulders.
  2. If designated dancers are Centers, and therefore adjacent to each other, they pass left-shoulders. That is, adajacent dancers do a Half Sashay then Fold.

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