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Book patterns — futae kaku-tsunagi

This one of the patterns I describe in detail in the book. It’s called the futae kaku-tsunagi. With all the miter joins, the pattern, and how it’s made, is linked to the kawari-gumi pattern in the previous blog entry, although more complex and fiddly. It’s a good stepping stone to the more difficult futae- and mie-kōzu patterns.

The size of this piece is about 330 x 330 mm, the kumiko are 4 mm thick (
mitsuke), and the pitch for the 5 horizontal and 5 vertical base kumiko (jigumi) is 75 mm. The timber is Huon pine.

futae kaku tsunagi
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