I have long admired the geometric beadwork designed by Jean Power and this design is in a book which she published last year. This pattern was available to people who pre-ordered her book as a download and a selection of beads was offered in a range of colours chosen by her. I added about three more colours from my stash and used them randomly with the black being a constant throughout the design. It feels as if I've been working on this forever and I dread to think just how many tiny beads were stitched in one at a time but at last it is finished. I don't really have any way of displaying it nicely but hopefully you will be able to see roughly what it looks like from this photograph. I worked on this mainly at a weekly craft group meeting and usually managed about one and a half triangles each week, sometimes a bit more if I didn't chat too much and of course I have done some of it at home, particularly the finishing off and joining as concentration was required to ensure that the bead colours matched up on the join. There is no fastening as it slips over the hand and that was another hurdle to overcome, making sure it would go on without too much difficulty yet not be too loose in wear - hopefully I've got it just right. I did enjoy making this but won't be making another one in a hurry. I'm beading a couple more pens next - birthdays and Christmas coming up and I think a couple of family members would like one as a gift.