Paints for marbling, designed for making all kinds of marbled patterns on absorbent media such as paper, card and plaster of paris, but can also be applied to pale-coloured fabric patches. Mix 3 teaspoons of Bain Marbling powder per litre of water and stir to dissolve. Next, pour the mixture into a marbling tray in a layer about 2 cm deep. Now drip in your chosen colours and use a toothpick to draw the paint out in a pattern. Leave to set for 2 hours. Place/dip the object to be coloured with the marbling. Wait 10-15 seconds and then carefully remove. Clean the water bath with a sheet of paper by absorbing residual paint so you can start on the next paint bath. Fabric patches can be dye-fixed by ironing once the paint is dry: 5 minutes on the back of the fabric on the cotton setting or in the oven at 150 °C. The colours yellow, blue, red, green, black and white are included, as well as the powder that produces the effects.