As mentioned previously, marbling can be addictive!
What makes it such a successful technique for sketchbooks etc. is that it fills a page instantly. A lot of people starting out (and that included me) find a blank white page rather ‘scary’ and intimidating and don’t know where to start.
With marbling you don’t begin with the paper at all – you start with the bath of water where you float the colour - and the paper or cloth is almost incidental. And then, because you float the paper or fabric upside down, the result is rather ‘serendipitous’.
Looking back in my albums I found some other photos of a previous workshop. We literally filled the house with lovely sheets of pattern.
In the bathroom!
In the bedroom!
On the landing!
Here is one crying out for stitch!