That said, it's a great project to learn about how clocks and timepieces operate.
I brought along a piece of wire and the knitting needle and tried two sizes that fit very well - 3/32" and 1/8" worked well.
It is a challange and it will take about a week to build if you work dilligently every night for about 1-2 hours.
Comes as a book that you cut into pieces. All the pieces you need are in the book. Heavy stock paper. All things you need with this would be glue... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Ollie
Its will be a great clock I'm just glad I had scans of the book. Because my book that I order had a complete duplicate page and a page missing of partsPublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
My cousen made one of these paper clocks and they had it on the wall ticking away for years till they moved. They said once adjusted it kept good time. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Don Kinney
Why am I building this when I can go to the dollar store and buy a clock? It's mostly about the challenge and the need for accomplishment. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Steve Nazigian
If, at the end of the project, you get an actual working clock that keeps time, consider it a miracle. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Bill Winans
I have enjoyed looking through this book. I have not had time to make my clock but look forward to doing it.Published 17 months ago by flapjack
I'm part of the way through cutting out the parts... and it's been several month since i started. I can't seem to get motivated to do more. Read morePublished 17 months ago by MeMeMe
This book is designed to be used as the material to make the clock. The instructions lack details on some steps.Published 19 months ago by Cheryl Crowe
I have to confess I have not finished it yet. Definitely buy more than one copy of the book. Definitely scour the internet and youtube for hints and help to avoid other people's... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Jacksalvo