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  1. Tie The Knot Jay King

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 Tie The Knot
 Jay King  -  page 248


Version #1

From a line of three: Center person makes an arch with dancer to his right and pulls this one across to his left side. Meanwhile he guides the dancer to his left thru the arch and to the right. The end two dancers then take the next call. (author unknown)

COMMENT: Also called "Bow Knot" and "Right Hand High, Left Hand Low."

Version #2

From facing lines: Ends Pass Thru and Quarter In (Pass In) while the centers Crosstrail Thru and go around one to make new lines of four. Finishes with parallel lines at right angles to original ones. (Tom Ryan 1968)

Tom Ryan 1968

This definition is from The Handbook of Modern Square Dancing by Jay King.
It is provided here for informational and educational purposes only.
06-March-2021 03:35:45
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