(Due to technical difficulties in another hosting site I had to resort to this)
Generally with miniature origami, there is the great challenge of preventing the delicate little piece of paper from being damaged by the moisture of my hands so I had to wipe them often. Making a single crane in this strand (particularly ones in the middle) takes much more patience then making one individually because I of the interference of the other attached cranes/ paper squares, and I have to ensure that I do not accidentally detach the paper while folding (while cutting the slits, I left about 1mm at the ends).
The process work showing how I fold a string of cranes.
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