From a 1/4 Tag. Scoot Back; Outsides 1/4 to the hand-hold &
Counter Rotate 1/4
Step & Fold.
Ends in Parallel Waves.
Note that from a R-H 1/4 Tag, Outsides go Right. From a L-H 1/4 Tag, Outsides go Left. EN: 572
before Scoot & Little
after Scoot Back
after Outsides 1/4 Right & Counter Rotate 1/4 as Centers Step & Fold
On Scoot & Little, Outsides go toward the handhold used
during the Scoot Back (the "hot-hand"). On Scoot Back
& Little, Outsides always go to the Right. The former is
one call whose definition says the handedness of
the Scoot Back determines the direction which the Outsides take.
The latter is two calls stuck back-to-back: Scoot Back
and Little. The definition of Little has the Outsides always going
to the Right, no matter what precedes it. EN: 40
On Little, everyone except the original Very Centers can Roll. EN: 50
The caller can optionally give a direction (In, Out, Right, Left) for
the Outsides, in which case the Outsides 1/4 toward the given
direction & Counter Rotate 1/4 (e.g., Left Little, Out Little). EN: 60
According to the CALLERLAB definitions,
Little More [C2],
can also be called from
Twin Diamonds in which case the outsides omit the 1/4 Right.
This usage seems to be dropping out of favor since nowadays
there are several callers who always want the outsides to 1/4 Right.
We believe that dancers should have a single
consistent definition to follow, hence we believe the outsides
should always 1/4 Right. When callers wish to use one of
these calls from Diamonds omitting the 1/4 Right, they
should say 'Outsides go As You Are: all Little | Little More | Plenty'. EN: 70