To make a Knitting Needle Starburst Clock, you will need:
I flipped the tin over, added the needle starburst and the battery pack, and glued everything in place.
I used hot glue because all the clock parts are very light. If you want to make sure your version is extra secure, use a stronger adhesive like E-6000 and let it cure for 24 hours.
I hammered two nails into the wall and hung the clock up in my work space. I really love the retro design, and I think it’s pretty cool that I was able to use my great-grandma’s crafting tools in my work room!
This is a project that I originally created for Décor Hacks. If you love stylish and inexpensive DIY décor, check them out today!
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