From a one-quarter tag formation: Do a Spin A Web, but as the three-handed stars are turning, the lonesome ends of the center wave slide together and arm turn once around to slide back out to original positions. The person behind the original active goes into the center as usual to re-form the center wave, but the remaining two outside, instead of facing in, will promenade in single file (in the direction of motion of the star) to the opposite side of the set to face in. Finishes in one-quarter tag formation.
Dean Dreyer 1968
This definition is from The Handbook of Modern Square Dancing by Jay King.
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