What I've been reading lately. And using a lot for inspiration. I think Rayna's book is great for small, medium and large artists. Even if you think you know a lot about printing on fabric, I bet you'll find some fresh approaches and new ideas in her colorful book.
And true confessions. This is a test to see if I could figure out the affiliate marketing links with Amazon. If someone buys a book after clicking on the link from my site, I receive a small percentage of the sales price. (I don't even know what it is.) I don't want to clutter my site with advertising or sales links, but this is a very real part of the web environment, and though I will only ever recommend books that I endorse, I see no reason not to take advantage of this aspect of marketing technology, miniscule as it is. If you are interested in doing the same on your blog, and if you make it a habit to recommend books or other Amazon products, the affiliate site and very simple instructions can be found on this Amazon link.
Still experimenting, I think I like the linking with the image only -- in theory all the info is still available to a potential buyer, but it's a cleaner look. But, hey, simple instructions or not, I can't figure out how to link the code with the image.
Of course, in the case of Rayna's book, I'd rather just send you to her website and let you buy directly from her. So this is an exercise in potential future market opportunity. That is, if we end up with any economy left operating. I am an optimist, after all, or I couldn't be an artist.