Kathy Cano-Murillo

Kathy Cano-Murillo has made a name for herself both as an artist and as an author.

She has authored seven books on arts and crafts in addition to having her own line of arts supplies, Crafty Chica.

Her crafts help showcase her love for Mexican-American culture.

She endeavors to inspire women of all backgrounds to find joy in crafts.

Cano-Murillo has also branched out into fiction with her Crafty Chica novel series.

Crafty Chica website

Select Bibliography:

“Miss Scarlet’s School of Patternless Sewing” (2011)

“Waking Up in the Land of Glitter: A Crafty Chica Novel” (2010)

“Crafty Chica’s Guide to Artful Sewing: Fabu-Low-Sew Projects for the Everyday Crafter” (2009)

“The Crafty Chica Collection: Beautiful Ideas for Crafts, Home Decorations and Shrines from the Queen of Latina Style” (2006)

“The Crafty Diva’s Lifestyle Makeover: Awesome Ideas to Spice Up Your Life!” (2005)

“The Crafty Diva’s D.I.Y. Stylebook: A Grrrl’s Guide to Cool Creations You Can Make, Show Off, and Share” (2004)

“La Casa Loca: Latino Style Comes Home 45 Funky Craft Projects for Decorating and Entertaining” (2003)

“Making Shadow Boxes and Shrines” (2002)

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