From a wave between and perpendicular to two outside couples facing in. In the wave all arm turn half then the centers arm turn 3/4 and spread to allow the new ends to tag through and face right to form a three-hand "web" star with the outsides. The center two now side step together to form a two-hand star. The three stars now turn full around. The two in the web stars who were in the original wave return to the center and join the center star to make it a four-handed one. Turn the four-hand star halfway and the two who were in the two-hand star do a partner tag and then run right to make a wave. The others face right and promenade a quarter and wheel right 3/4 to face in. Finishes in one-quarter tag formation.
Emanuel Duming 1973
This definition is from The Handbook of Modern Square Dancing by Jay King.
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