A squared set consists of two interlocking Rectangles. In an S1p [all squared at home] the heads are in one rectangle and the sides are in another. Dancers work in their rectangle as in blocks, i.e. they must always start and end on the spots in their rectangle. Only one-, two-, or four-dancer calls [or combinations] that start and end in a 2 by 2 formation can be done in a rectangle. Traffic pattern is as in All-Eight and All-Four-Couples.
This definition is from SCVSDA Note Service by Bill Davis.
It is provided here for informational and educational purposes only.