Lipstick on My Knee
by Sue McKinnell 8X32 Jig for 3C
1-8 1C cross to 2nd place as 2C step up. 1W & 3M change places LH while 1M & 3W change places RH. 3M & 2M change places RH while 3W & 2W change places LH. 1W & 2M change places LH while 1M & 2W change places RH to end in the order 3, 1, 2 with 1C on opposite sides.
9-16 Mirror reels of three on the sides, 1W giving RS to 3M and 1M giving LS to 3W to begin. On the last two bars, 1C cross up to 2nd place on own sides.
17-24 3C, 1C, & 2C dance set and link for three couples, ending in the order 2, 1, 3 on opposite sides.
25-32 2C, 1C, & 3C advance and retire, then turn partners RH 1 ˝ to own sides.
Suggested music is Jigs (Miss Trotter’s, etc.) from First Stop! By Waverley Station.
The name for this dance occurred when Mady Newfield bent to check out something on Mike Fitak’s reenactment leggings just as he raised his knee.