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Square Dance Calls authored by Fred Whiteford

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  1. Spin A Cocoon Jay King
  2. Top The Web Jay King

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 Spin A Cocoon
 Jay King  -  page 66
 

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From a static square: Heads (or Sides) start a Spin the Top. After the first half arm turn the new ends and the outside two make a "web" star and turn it once and a quarter while the new centers arm turn 3/4 by the left. The person behind the active one in the web star goes to the center and trades places with the centers who did the 3/4 arm turn. Web stars turn exactly once around while the inside two do an arm turn 3/4 and U-turn back to become the centers of the middle wave. The new "person behind" in the web stars walks into the center, veering left to become ends of the middle wave. Outside people individually turn to face the center of the set. Finishes in a one-quarter tag formation.

Fred Whiteford 1968

This definition is from The Handbook of Modern Square Dancing by Jay King.
It is provided here for informational and educational purposes only.

 Top The Web
 Jay King  -  page 66
 

Definition:
 

From a static square: Heads (or Sides) start a Spin the Top. After the first half arm turn the new ends and the outside two make a "Web" star and turn it once around. The person behind the active one walks into the center veering left to become the ends of the center wave (center people have done a 3/4 arm turn). Outside people turn individually to face the center. Finishes in a one quarter tag formation.

Fred Whiteford 1968

This definition is from The Handbook of Modern Square Dancing by Jay King.
It is provided here for informational and educational purposes only.

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