Each dancer moves forward to the next position in his diamond, changing his original facing direction
one-quarter (90°) toward the center of the diamond. Points become centers, and vice versa. If the call
is directed to facing diamonds, all must pass right shoulders.
STYLING: It is important that dancers maintain diamond formation as they move diagonally from one
position to the next. Center dancers of diamond blend into hands up position as in ocean wave. Dancers
at the points maintain arms in natural dance position. Ladies may utilize skirt work.
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