Cooky Schock

Cooky Schock has been a maker her whole life-teddy bears, quilts, clothing, weaving, knitting and gourds...For the last 18 years she has been immersed in beads and metal both creating with, selling and teaching. And she has finally found her passion-Teaching! Recently she rediscovered macrame, something she did in the 70’s this time updated and small-micro macramé! She lives in San Diego with her husband and two pups. They are all getting ready to take their show on the road (literally) in a new RV, living life wherever the road takes them.

Sparkle and Shine

Recently I had the opportunity to do the Nashville Country Music scene. This was a big bucket list thing for this long time country music fan and I was not disappointed! There was more sparkle and shine in the Country…
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An Idea That Worked! Then a Teaser

A thought came to me while taking a shower, my best place to think and come up with ideas. I wanted to make an amulet bag for a Challenge of the Month that Cathy Mendoza has presented for Art Elements.…
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What New Project Keeps You Awake At Night?

Last fall I received an unexpected surprise in the mail-a box of components made by two of my friends, Lesley Watt and Jenny Davies-Reazor. They were made of ceramic, polymer clay and metal clay but the bronze metal clay goddess that…
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Card Board Loom Weaving

Weaving is one of the oldest art forms known. Myself, I love tapestry weaving and Navajo-style loom weaving using my own dyed and spun fibers. I first tried my hand at this way back in the 70's first using a…
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