Just a quick update on transom progress…I’ve mortised the kumiko frame and added the half-blind mortises to the two long, interior horizontal pieces. The 24 short pieces will need to be redone-my tenons were too sloppy. And my tenons on the long vertical pieces were also off by a bit in places, creating a gap between them and the kumiko frame. And so I will adjust the cuts on those which means I’ll have to trim the vertical pieces of the kumiko frame and outer frame to match the slight adjustment in overall height. But on a positive note, the lap joints in the “jagumi” part of the transom are rather tight, and consistently so which is an improvement over the last Asa-no-ha pattern I made.