Textile Creation

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Textile Creation
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Skill Type: Trade Skill
Max Level: 50
Skill Trainers: George Madler


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Textile Creation Overview[edit]

Textile Creation focuses on processing Cotton. Many of the items it creates are required for Tailoring, and later recipes will increase the amount of cloth you make per cotton. A high level in Textile Creation is strongly recommended for who plans to do a lot of tailoring.

In-Game Description[edit]

The craft of turning raw ingredients into cloth. Textile creation includes cotton, wool, silk, and many other fiber types. Cloth made from animal hides (e.g. leather) comes from the Tanning skill instead.

Training Textile Creation[edit]


Connected Skills[edit]

Sub-Skills:

  • None

Secondary Skills:

  • None

Related Skills:


Textile Creation Complete Recipe List[edit]

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Lvl Name XP Bonus XP Ingredients Results Description
1 Carded Cotton 10 50 Cotton x5 Carded Cotton x1 Manually remove the seeds from cotton and stretch it out for yarn production. This manual method is extremely slow compared to using a cotton gin.
2 Carded Cotton (from Cotton Gin) 11 55 Cotton x5 Carded Cotton x1
Perfect Cotton x1 (!)
Remove the seeds and prepare cotton with a cotton gin. 35% of the time you also manage to collect enough quality fibers to make a bundle of Perfect Cotton, too. (Must be near a cotton gin.)
3 Coarse Cotton Yarn 12 60 Carded Cotton x1 Coarse Cotton Yarn x2 Create rough yarn from prepared cotton.
5 Canvas 20 100 Coarse Cotton Yarn x1
Cotton x2
Canvas x1 Rough cloth for industrial uses.
5 Dye Cloth Armor (1 color) 20 80 Butter Muslin x1
Cloth Dyeable Armor x1
Dye x1
Dye Cloth Armor (1 color) Dye a piece of clothing (or cloth armor) one solid color.
6 Basic Spider Silk 24 96 Carded Cotton x1
Spiderweb x2
Basic Spider Silk x1 A porous sticky cloth that's useful for some basic garments.
7 Butter Muslin 28 140 Coarse Cotton Yarn x1
Cotton x1
Butter Muslin x1 Cotton cloth that's extremely porous. Ideal for butter and certain cheeses.
9 Flower Wrap 36 144 Coarse Cotton Yarn x1
Wool x1
Flower Wrap x2 Create a bit of low-quality gauze that is used to keep flowers organized in an arrangement. This recipe creates two.
10 Fine Cotton Yarn 40 160 Carded Cotton x1
Perfect Cotton x1
Fine Cotton Yarn x2 Create smooth yarn from prepared cotton.
12 Cheesecloth 48 192 Fine Cotton Yarn x1
Cotton x1
Cheesecloth x1 Porous cotton that's resistant to heat. Ideal for creating hard cheeses.
13 String (from Cotton) 52 208 Carded Cotton x1 String x1 Create a small spindle of string. Useful in many crafts, like fishing and tailoring.
13 String (from Spiderweb) 52 208 Spiderweb x1 String x1 Create a small spindle of string. Useful in many crafts, like fishing and tailoring.
15 Breadcloth 60 240 Coarse Cotton Yarn x2
Fine Cotton Yarn x1
Breadcloth x1 (Intended for breadmaking soon!)
15 Spider Silk 60 240 Coarse Cotton Yarn x1
Basic Spider Silk x1
Spiderweb x2
Spider Silk x1 A sticky cloth that's ideal for certain types of clothing.
20 Voile Muslin 80 320 Coarse Cotton Yarn x1
Cotton Thread x1
Voile Muslin x1 Cotton cloth that's very porous. Ideal for use in creating mold cheeses.
22 Cotton Thread 88 352 Fine Cotton Yarn x1
Spiderweb x1
Perfect Cotton x1
Cotton Thread x4 Create a spool of thread from fine yarn and spider's web. This recipe creates 4 spools of thread.
24 Flower Banding 96 384 Fine Cotton Yarn x1
Wool x3
Flower Banding x3 Create a bit of very specialized cloth that is used by expert flower arrangers. This recipe creates three.
25 Carded Cotton (Expert Level) 100 400 Cotton x5 Carded Cotton x1
Perfect Cotton x1 (!)
Remove the seeds and prepare cotton with a cotton gin. Because of your expert skill, there is a higher chance of obtaining Perfect Cotton. (Must be near a cotton gin.)
25 Dye Cloth Armor (2 colors) 100 400 Cheesecloth x1
Cloth Dyeable Armor x1
Dye x1
Dye x1
Dye Cloth Armor (2 colors) Dye a piece of clothing (or cloth armor) using two colors.
25 Fine Cheesecloth 100 400 Fine Cotton Yarn x1
Cotton Thread x1
Fine Cheesecloth x1 Porous cotton that's resistant to heat. Ideal for creating mold cheeses that take a long time to ripen.
25 Strong Spider Silk 100 400 Perfect Cotton x1
Spider Silk x1
Spiderweb x2
Strong Spider Silk x1 This strange cloth is smooth and cool to the touch.
35 Extreme Spider Silk 140 560 Perfect Cotton x1
Strong Spider Silk x1
Spiderweb x2
Extreme Spider Silk x1 This strange cloth is luxurious to the touch, yet incredibly strong.
45 Carded Cotton (Master Level) 180 720 Cotton x4 Carded Cotton x1
Perfect Cotton x1 (!)
Remove the seeds and prepare cotton with a cotton gin. Because of your master skill, less raw cotton is required. (Must be near a cotton gin.)
45 Incredible Spider Silk 180 720 Perfect Cotton x1
Extreme Spider Silk x1
Spiderweb x2
Incredible Spider Silk x1 This strange cloth is luxurious to the touch, yet incredibly strong.
50 Dye Cloth Armor (3 colors) 200 800 Fine Cheesecloth x1
Cloth Dyeable Armor x1
Dye x1
Dye x1
Dye x1
Dye Cloth Armor (3 colors) Dye a piece of clothing (or cloth armor) using three colors.

Textile Creation Mechanics[edit]

Carded Cotton Creation[edit]

Most recipes require Carded Cotton, or require a different textile that requires Carded Cotton to make. At first, you can only created Carded Cotton by hand, with no chance of Perfect Cotton. As you gain level and buy better Carded Cotton recipes, the time required per Carded and the amount of Perfect Cotton increases. At level 45, you can take advantage of a recipe that changes the Cotton requirement from 5 to 4, giving you a 25% boost to production.


Textile Creation Level Up Rewards[edit]

Level Reward
20 +1 to Skinning
30 +1 to Tailoring
40 +1 to Leatherworking
50 +1 to Tailoring

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