This Do-it-yourself projects category features a collection of DIY woodworking plans to build a wide variety of clocks for your home, from woodworking related web sites. The woodworkers construction information found on these sites range in quantity and quality. Similarly listed products will allow you to compare prices from different online woodworking supply retailers.
This bird house is not just for cuckoo birds! Put it outside and watch real birds pop in and out of the entrance hole. For that perfect finishing touch, an actual clock movement tells the time. Think of it as a cuckoo clock with a real bird.
This friendly teddy bear clock can be hung on the wall or, with an added base, stand on a shelf or table. This clock matches our other bear cub projects. It measures 12-1/2 inches high without optional base.
Hey kids, what time is it? This friendly little girl clock is a fun project for any childs room. Pictured made from pine, this project can be displayed on the wall or on a shelf. All plans drawn FULL SIZE. Measures 18 inches high.
Build this whimsical eye-pleasing veneer Ribbon Clock from leftover pieces of veneer. Finished clock measures just over 8 inches tall. We will provide you with a source for the clock and stainless rod, and also for the veneer.
These clocks are fun to make and give as gifts. They are battery operated and the pattern contains traceable pieces. The clocks measure 8, 12, and 16 inches tall. This is a vintage woodworking plan. Visit our FAQ page for a full definition. View the Larger Image Slideshow to see the actual item you are buying.
A simple technique for the inlay makes this 8 inch high clock a quicker build than you might think. If you do not have a Forstner bit to bore the 3-1/8 inch hole for the clock movement, thats no problem. We show you how to use your router with a straight bit and guide, along with a simple pattern to rout the recess to shape.
This 14 inch tall clock will add beauty to any space, including your mantle. The designer used figure maple with wenge butterflies for this timepiece. If you have been saving a highly figured piece of wood for a small project , this is the one to use it for. Its a simple yet beautiful project that will be admired for years to come.
Here is a winning clock design literally. Originally built by reader Larry Cardingley of Mardian, Idaho, this beauty was one of the finalists in our -It is about Time- Clock Building Contest. Included with the plan are a few jigs to help with construction of the clock including: a drawer-guide jig, and a top-assembly jig. Also a shop tip to help you keep things straight.
We all have them: wood scraps to little to be of much use, but too beautiful to toss out. Now you can fashion those exotic or figured castoffs into a handsome time piece. We supply a source for the mini quartz movement. The base of this Art Deco Desk Clock is 5-1/2 inches wide and 2 inches deep.
Maybe you can not save time in a bottle, but you can build this beautiful clock to track its passage. Dress up a simply mitered case with a few shop-made moldings, then install an inexpensive battery powered clock works sourced at the end of the article. We will even show you how to stack router-made profiles to create attractive moldings.
Three separate clocks in one value plan package. First, a long case regulator clock can be fitted with a mechanical or quartz pendulum movement. Second, the banjo style clock in a thin profile is a quick, easy clock for decorating or as a great gift. Add a quartz movement and a glass dome over the dial. In addition, mount a colorful tile or photo in the bottom framework. Third, the mantel clock can be placed on a shelf, dresser, mantel or build the optional shelf for placing on a wall. Movement and parts lists are included. Full size patterns and detailed text and drawing allows for easy construction of the top scroll work using common tools. A very good value.
This Schoolhouse Clock will look great hanging on your wall. The octagon of the Schoolhouse Clock is traced and cut from a single piece of pine to make things easier for you. This is a vintage woodworking plan. Visit our FAQ page for a full definition. View the Larger Image Slideshow to see the actual item you are buying.
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