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|Scoot & Weave [A2]|
(Lee Kopman 1974)
There are two slightly different definitions for Scoot & Weave depending upon the starting formation.
For the above definitions, Weave is equivalent to Leaders 1/2 Box Circulate as Trailers Cross Extend & Hinge. A precise definition of Weave is given below.
Weave [C1] : From a Mini-Wave Box (or applicable T-Bone 2 x 2) or a Single Eight Chain Thru. Pass Thru or Step Thru; Ends turn 1/4 in place toward the shoulder just passed as Centers, using the opposite hand as the shoulder just passed, do an Arm Turn 1/4. Ends in a Wave.
From a Mini-Wave Box:
From a Single 1/4 Tag:
The difference between Weave and 1/4 Thru is that there isn't much hand contact in a Weave. Weave was derived from Weave The Ring which has no hand contact.
Scoot Back [Mainstream] :
Turn & Weave [C4] :
Cross Scoot & Weave [C4]:
From a Single 1/4 Tag.
Cross Extend, Arm Turn 1/2, and Weave.
Ends in an opposite-handed Wave.
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