Taking scrap gearbox parts and making clocks quickly became a hobby for Brian, as he began creating pieces as gifts for friends and family. The clocks began to gain interest from others, so he decided to make them available and affordable for the everyday race fan. With new ideas and more parts, Brian turned his hobby into a business!
We’re proud to introduce Jo from Marble Hill Clockworks! For years, Jo dabbled in creative, moneymaking endeavors – from home knitting and genealogy to vintage fashion. She recently stumbled upon clocks and fell in love. Read more about Jo’s incredible journey!
Randy Sharp from Sawdust Inn recently finished his first grandfather clock! It may have took a little longer than Randy had hoped, but he did a fantastic job on one of the most important stages of a clock build…the finishing.
In Randy Sharp’s 12 years of hobby woodworking at the Sawdust Inn, there have only been two dream projects on his bucket list: a full-sized roll top desk and an heirloom grandfather clock.
From tree to furniture, we love hearing about these types of woodworking projects! Randy Sharp from the Sawdust Inn recently shared a project he was working on…a massive rolltop desk build.