Turtlendog, congratulations on stepping into one of the best hobbies anyone who enjoys shooting can do. After you get your feet wet a little you'll find this almost as much fun as shooting.
Your components are fine but I question the combination your dealer sold to you.
Sizemaster - Very good reloading press. It is what I use.
Hodgdon Clays Powder - Very good powder for shot shells. I have some myself but I am migrating to Alliant powders exclusively. Nothing wrong with Hodgdon, I just perfer Alliant.
Win 209 Primers - One of the most versatile available. Many, many people, including me, use them. The other two favorites are Remington Primere STS 209 and Federal 209A
Claybuster Wads - Clones of the OEM higher priced wads. I use clones almost exclusively and probably 80% of my wads are Claybusters.
Winchester AA Hulls - One of the most popular hulls on the market.
Now mix all of them up with a shot load of 1 1/8 oz and you are correct. There aren't many recipes available. Here is a link to the load data from Hodgdon.
It appears to me that you would have been better served with Winchester WAA12 wads or a clone of the WAA12. If you wish to use your Clays powder for this load I would recommend getting some of these wads and use the Federal 12C1 clones in another recipe at some other time.
For another option you could get a different powder. This is a link to Alliant data.
Using either Red Dot, Green Dot, or American Select powder you could use all of the other components. You could then keep your Clays powder for use later on.
Were I in your position I would get a pound of Green Dot or American Select and keep the Clays for later.
Also, as you continue your experience in reloading you'll find that most of us 12 ga shooters load at 1 oz and 7/8 oz. All you need for that is a different MEC charge bar, some bushings and different wads for the same hulls, powder, and primers.