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Another pattern — Goma-gara (square)

This is the square goma-gara (goma means sesame, and gara means pattern), and it will be included in the next book of my shoji and kumiko pattern book series (Vol. 3).

This is perhaps one of the more difficult of the square kumiko patterns, and is the first of the patterns I cover that is cut with angled joints. These angled joints add to the level of difficulty, and also lay the foundations for the diamond patterns and the
mitsu-kude hexagonal patterns I cover in later books.

Square goma-gara pattern

Like the goma-gara in the hexagonal jigumi, the square goma-gara really is an attractive design, and is right up towards the top in my list of favourite patterns.

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