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 Daisy's Tea Party
 Jay King  -  page 51

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A variation of Teacup Chain Like a Daisy Chain. This one follows the ordinary Teacup rule in that girls at the heads always make a star whether moving ahead or backward and girls at the sides move directly to the next head position whether moving forward or backward. The head men receive girls from either the left or right and put them in the middle. The side men receive girls from the center star and send them either right or left. Girls progress forward two and back one. Head ladies star right 3/4, side ladies go right for a right arm turn. New head ladies star left once and a quarter, side ladies go right for a right arm turn. New head ladies star left 3/4, side ladies go to the left for a left arm turn. New head ladies star right 3/4, new side ladies go right for a left arm turn. New head ladies star right 3/4, new side ladies go right for a right arm turn. New head ladies star left 3/4, new side ladies go left for a right arm turn. New head ladies star left once and a quarter, side ladies go right for a left arm turn. New head ladies star right 3/4 side ladies go right and all turn partners left to take the next call.

Jay King 1971

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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