Thanks fellas for all the good ideas and you hit my concerns on the head about the hand being a thumb.
I didn't like the hand after I made the clock, will improve that on future clocks.
The Knot looked solid and unobtrusive when I cut it out, but after I glued it up and was routing the out side profile ,it blew out on me. Rather than starting over and being as it was a mock -up, I filled it with wood putty and kept on going. The future clocks will have better wood.
I printed out the face myself on 8 1/2 X 11"PSA Label paper. It was drawn up by my cousin to my specifications. That is as large as I could print on letter sized paper. I can shrink the outside radius of the frame a tad to narrow the white margin.
The white background is white melamine coated tempered Masonite from Lowes. It doesn't show in the picture, but the 1/16" clear acrylic lens on the front ,I also got at Lowes.
The movement I bought on E-bay and comes with the hand included. it was hard to visualize the size of the hand before I got it. there were others with slim straight hands ,but they lacked character. Will improve on that though.
I used the MiterSet Jig to set up the table saw miter gauge to cut the angles, that was the easiest part of the project.
Stick,Why a 7-day clock? I am always a day early or a day late for appointments, Never can remember what day of the week it is. But these will be Christmas presents this year.
The little "bug" is my mark I put on all my work.