First came macramé, then ceramics, indigo dying and quilting.
Los Angeles designer Paige Cleveland is revisiting another DIY craft tradition: hand-painted marbling.
In this delicate process, paints are floated in a liquid. The artist then takes advantage of the surface tension of the paints, which keep their distinct color yet spread to make contact. A sheet of paper or a textile swath is then gently and quickly laid on top of the bath for the design to transfer.