These mobius earrings were made from slices of that striped cane. I love the mobius shape, and this particular cane works in that design perfectly.
The drop earrings, and the necklace with the copper chain below, came from another little cane I made by twisting the striped cane around a couple of times.
The next pendant with the gold-filled bail shows a slice from the striped cane as well as a section from what I think of as a plaid or checkered sheet. This is not actually a cane but is rather made from a log rolled of scrap pieces from your cane work. This log is twisted several times, then passed through the pasta machine at a thin setting. The result is a striped sheet. Slices from the striped sheet are cut and laid on a base sheet. Off-setting the stripes each time you cut and place creates the plaid or checkered sheet. Different ways of laying the sheets down would create different looks. The last photo on this page shows a pendant and earrings made entirely from sheets made in this plaid sheet method. It's amazing where a little experimenting can lead.