Definitions of Square Dance Calls and Concepts
 
Definitions of Square Dance Calls and Concepts
 
 
From a 1/4 Line.

Scoot Back with the dancers in your Interlocked Single 1/4 Tag (the dancers occupying the Interlocked Diamond footprints).

Ends in a 3/4 Line.

   
before
Interlocked Scoot Back
 after
1/2
(Interlocked Follow Thru)
 after

Note: Use the hand that the Centers have closest toward the Center of the set.

There are two traffic patterns in use:

  1. Interlocked Extend; Swing; as one movement, Extend and Very Centers Slither (same as Step Thru; Centers Veer Right or Left).
  2. Interlocked Extend; Swing-Slither; As Couples Extend.

The first traffic pattern is preferred as it is more indicative of the Interlocked CONCEPT. However, most dancers tend to use the second traffic pattern as it is smoother to dance.

Interlocked Extend [NOL]: From a 1/4 Line. Everyone except the Very Centers do a normal Extend the Tag as the Very Centers (as one movement) back-to-back Slither and Extend. Ends in Parallel Waves.

Interlocked Follow Thru [NOL]: From a 1/4 Line. 1/2 Interlocked Scoot Back (Interlocked Extend and Arm Turn 1/4). Ends in Parallel Waves.

Interlocked Scoot Chain Thru [C4]: From a 1/4 Line. Interlocked Extend; Swing; Slip; Swing; as one movement, Extend and Very Centers Slither. Ends in a 3/4 Line.

Interlocked Scoot The Diamond [C3AV]: From a 1/4 Line. Interlocked Scoot Back; Outsides 1/4 to the handhold; all Interlocked Diamond Circulate. Ends in Interlocked Diamonds.

Interlocked Drop direction [C2V]: From Interlocked Diamonds. Everyone except the Very Centers do a normal Drop direction as the Very Centers Interlocked Extend (as one movement back-to-back Slither and Extend).

See also

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