Terry Lynn's Jig (Come Under My Plaidie)
  (Lloyd Shaw 167 / 168)   Don Armstrong

FORMATION

Contra lines, 1,3,5, etc., couples active and crossed over

FIGURE

With the one below allemande left
Balance forward and back and turn right half
Balance forward and back and turn left half
Balance forward and back and right turn half
Balance forward and back, turn left and keep her
Half promenade
Left hand star
Right hand star


ACTIONS

* With the one below allemande left (Actives allemande left with corners to end in
a line of four (Ocean Wave), the actives in the center with right hands joined, the
inactives on the ends of the line with their left hands joined with the actives.
All men facing down, all ladies facing up.

* Balance forward and back and turn right half (All step, touch forward and back
(together and away) four counts, actives release corner's left (corners remain as
they are), actives turn each other by right hands halfway to end with two men on
one end of the line, two ladies on other end, joining left hands with the corner
waiting there.)

* Balance forward and back and turn left half (Balance as above, actives release
each others right hands, all turn half by the left to rejoin the line. Actives are
now on outside (across from starting place), inactives in the center with right
hands joined, two men on one end, two ladies on other end of the line.)

* Balance forward and back and right turn half (Balance as above, inactives turn
half by the right in the center then rejoin left hands with the actives waiting at
the ends of the line, end men facing down, ladies facing up.)

* Balance forward and back, turn left and keep her (Balance as above, then inactives
release right hands so all can turn left and roll into promenade position facing
across the set.)

* Half promenade (All cross the set with a half promenade sweeping wide to use four
counts to cross, four counts to courtesy turn. Progression has been made, actives
have moved down one place in line, inactives up one place.)

* Left hand star (As left hands are already joined, men simply place them into the
left hand star position to star exactly once around.)

* Right hand star (Star right exactly once around to end facing a new one below
(corner) to start.)

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