This pattern is the scrambled variation known as “B”. In Britain, it´s also known as the “Honey Bee” and the counting goes “Sun, rain, flowers” instead of “1,2,3”. During the carry you´d call “honey” and the bee follows the carry, buzzing. Well, the little bee got tired of all that “sun, rain and flowers” stuff – and as all clubs in the scrambleds are magic, at least here the carry can easily be a bottle and it is always neat if a juggler runs after a bottle, right? So, the little bee is now a cheerful alcoholic drinking to the health of its friends…
The most easy shamrock variations use only 5 clubs – or rather 4 clubs and a bottle 😉
This one has 6 clubs but is till fairly easy. Do I need to say it´s a drinking pattern, as well?
One of our “drinking patterns” filmed the day it was adapted to the bottle by Juli from Ulm and Floyd from Bochum.