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Another pattern - Kaku-tsunagi

This is another pattern for the second book. It’s the kaku-tsunagi, and is a less complex sibling of the futae kaku-tsunagi I showed in this blog entry. This pattern requires concentration to make sure all the cuts are in their proper position in both the vertical and horizontal kumiko, and care when trimming the miter joints to ensure a firm fit without gaps.

Kaku tsunagi pattern

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