This is the same melodic profile as in Process 4, But grouped as triplets over a 3/4 meter. I think there's a good chance this may be the most common phrase in traditional tunes in my part of the world.

The rhythmic manipulation of this phrase consists of five 8th-note triplets in each groups:

Once again, we'll revert to the original rhythmic profile of the phrase, and start moving it around in more or less mediant-related positions: Root level, a minor 3rd up, a major 3rd down from the root level, briefly passing through the 4rth chord and then back to root level.

And finally, combining the rhythmic and melodic expansions of the phrase: