|A Figure 8|
I don't have a copy of one of those booklets, so I'm reconstructing for you how to do the Dutch Waltz on a figure 8. Why? Because sometimes you may want to practice in a constrained space (like center ice on a Christmas skate, or in a small area for a group lesson) or just to blow your coach's mind.
The basic Dutch Waltz pattern. All forwards: progressives (crossovers), and swingrolls.
Let's start with Pattern 1 (the green on the lower right of the image above). Pattern 1 is unique, because you don't start on the center of the figure 8, but on the outside of the right circle.
THE ARROWS ARE DIRECTION OF TRAVEL, NOT STROKES.
Pattern 2 (the blue) is easy. Don't worry about the sizes of the 8's or placement of the steps. This is just a toy example, not instructional.
Pattern 4 is the 'backend' of pattern 1, so it's the green again at the end
Anyway, have fun with this if you want to give it a try.