This is a pattern that was published in the Beading Basics: Peyote Stitch magazine published this past summer by Bead & Button. It was designed by Susan Harle. If you ask me, it is a very clever design. It is worked in tubular peyote stitch, but not in the way that you would imagine just by looking at the finished product. It was a very interesting way to work both sides of the design at the same time.
It was easy to stitch and I really love the finished product. For one side, I used matte black (310) and sterling silver(35) delicas (this is Frank and Cait's favorite side). For the side that ended up being my favorite, I used an opaque grey AB delica(168) and reddish black delica (297). These are both colors that I love and have been holding onto for just the right project. Unfortunately my photo doesn't really highlight how interesting these two colors are together.
I loved the two-sided effect of this bracelet so much, that I had to make some earrings to match. I made 6 pieces that look like the points of the zig-zags of the bracelet. Because I wanted the earrings to have movement to show both sides of the color schemes, I connected the points together with pieces of chain leftover from another project.