- For food items prepared in the kitchen, see Cooking.
Crafting is the activity of creating a new item as specified by a crafting recipe. Similar to but separate from Cooking, each recipe lists a set of ingredient items that are consumed in each crafting action. The player knows eight crafting recipes at the start of the game, and must learn all others by gaining skills, developing friendships with townsfolk, and purchasing the rest from shops. Unlike cooked items, most (not all) crafted items are inedible.
The Crafting menu can be accessed by pausing the game (using ESC or E) and navigating to the tab with a hammer icon. The recipes the player knows will be saturated, while recipes with missing ingredients are faded grey.
By mousing over each item, a popup shows the materials that you will need. Ingredient names written in red text are not currently in the player's inventory.
To craft an item, click on the item's icon once you have all the required ingredients. The newly crafted item will appear beneath the player's cursor, and the player can then place it inside their inventory. The crafting screen may expand to multiple pages once the player acquires a larger selection of recipes.
Bombs are one time use items which cause an explosion, damaging certain objects within their radius. Bombs come in multiple sizes.
|Image||Name||Description||Ingredients||Recipe Source||Sell Price|
|Cherry Bomb||Generates a small explosion. Stand back!||Copper Ore (4) Coal (1)||Mining Level 1||50g|
|Bomb||Generates an explosion. Watch out!||Iron Ore (4) Coal (1)||Mining Level 6||50g|
|Mega Bomb||Generates a powerful explosion. Use with extreme caution.||Gold Ore (4) Solar Essence (1) Void Essence (1)||Mining Level 8||50g|
Fences block players, mobs, farm animals, and the spread of grass.
All fences will have the same characteristics, but differ in durability while comparing to each material requirements.
There are three states of fence: fresh (will drop itself as item after demolishing), normal (will not drop itself as item after demolishing), and damaged (will not drop itself as item, and the model is changed to appear broken). These states do not apply to gates (they will always drop item).
Fences will disappear entirely if left in damaged state for too long. A shortcut to replacing a damaged fence (other than hitting it with a tool and then replacing it) is to "use" the broken fence while a new fence is equipped in inventory.
Your spouse is able to fix some of the broken-state fences daily before leaving the house.
Gates can be used to pass through fences, and closed to keep livestock (and other ground-pathing entities) contained.
|Image||Name||Description||Lasts for||Ingredients||Recipe Source|
|Gate||Allows you to pass through a fence||100 days||Wood (10)||Starter|
|Wood Fence||Keeps grass and animals contained!||46-66 days||Wood (2)||Starter|
|Stone Fence||Lasts longer than a wood fence.||110-132 days||Stone (2)||Farming Level 2|
|Iron Fence (10)||Lasts longer than a stone fence.||240-264 days||Iron Bar (1)||Farming Level 4|
|Hardwood Fence||The most durable type of fence. Takes an average of a year before degrading.||558-562 days||Hardwood (1)||Farming Level 6|
Sprinklers water crops automatically every morning at 6 AM. Sprinklers cannot be used to automatically water a pet's water bowl.
|Sprinkler||Waters the 4 adjacent tiles every morning.||Copper Bar (1) Iron Bar (1)||Farming Level 2|
|Quality Sprinkler||Waters the 8 adjacent tiles every morning.||Iron Bar (1) Gold Bar (1) Refined Quartz (1)||Farming Level 6|
|Iridium Sprinkler||Waters the 24 adjacent tiles every morning.||Gold Bar (1) Iridium Bar (1) Battery Pack (1)||Farming Level 9|
This is the range of tiles each sprinkler can water:
Tip: Once the hoe has been upgraded to copper or better, it is easy to accidentally till the square where the sprinkler is located, which will remove the sprinkler from the ground. To avoid this, place your sprinkler on a flooring or pathway tile (such as the stone flooring).
v1.3 Beta Changes
Note: These changes are currently being tested in the v1.3 Beta branch of the game.
The final version of the game may or may not include the changes as described below.
|Sprinklers will not water Garden Pots.|
Artisan Equipment is used to make Artisan Goods. Each device makes a specific set of goods, and can craft only one item at a time. Increased production requires multiple devices.
As with furnaces and all other equipment, the artisan good must be collected from the device before it can be used again.
|Mayonnaise Machine||Turns eggs into mayonnaise.||Farming Level 2|
|Bee House||Place outside and wait for delicious honey! (Except in Winter).||Wood (40) Coal (8) Iron Bar (1) Maple Syrup (1)||Farming Level 3|
|Preserves Jar||Turns vegetables into pickles and fruit into jam.||Wood (50) Stone (40) Coal (8)||Farming Level 4|
|Cheese Press||Turns milk into cheese.||Wood (45) Stone (45) Hardwood (10) Copper Bar (1)||Farming Level 6|
|Loom||Turns wool into fine cloth.||Wood (60) Fiber (30) Pine Tar (1)||Farming Level 7|
|Keg||Put a fruit or vegetable in here. Eventually it will turn into a beverage.||Wood (30) Copper Bar (1) Iron Bar (1) Oak Resin (1)||Farming Level 8|
|Oil Maker||Makes gourmet truffle oil.||Slime (50) Hardwood (20) Gold Bar (1)||Farming Level 8|
|Cask||Use in the cellar to age products like wine and cheese.||Wood (20) Hardwood (1)||Farmhouse cellar upgrade|
- main article: Fertilizer
Fertilizer is used for boosting production on your farm. It may retain water, increase chance of better quality crops, or speed crop growth. Some types of fertilizer must be used before planting a seed, and others may be used after planting a seed. Only one type of fertilizer can be used on each tilled plot at any time.
Note: Each craft of Speed-Gro or Deluxe Speed-Gro produces 5 fertilizer. Each craft of Quality Retaining Soil produces 2 fertilizer. The rest produce 1 each.
|Basic Fertilizer||Improves soil quality a little, increasing your chance to grow quality crops. Mix into tilled soil.||Sap (2)||Farming Level 1|
|Quality Fertilizer||Improves soil quality, increasing your chance to grow quality crops. Mix into tilled soil.||Sap (2) Fish (1)||Farming Level 9|
|Speed-Gro (5)||Stimulates leaf production. Guaranteed to increase growth rate by at least 10%. Mix into tilled soil.||Pine Tar (1) Clam (1)||Farming Level 3|
|Deluxe Speed-Gro (5)||Stimulates leaf production. Guaranteed to increase growth rate by at least 25%. Mix into tilled soil.||Oak Resin (1) Coral (1)||Farming Level 8|
|Basic Retaining Soil||This soil has a chance of staying watered overnight. Mix into tilled soil.||Stone (2)||Farming Level 4|
|Quality Retaining Soil (2)||This soil has a good chance of staying watered overnight. Mix into tilled soil.||Stone (3) Clay (1)||Farming Level 7|
Note: Growing seasonal wild seeds will often destroy the tilled soil (and fertilizer), leaving untilled soil in their place after harvest.
|Wild Seeds (Sp)
|An assortment of wild spring seeds.
(Note: The crafted item is called "Spring Seeds." The recipe produces 10 seeds per craft.)
|Foraging Level 1|
|Wild Seeds (Su)
|An assortment of wild summer seeds.
(Note: The crafted item is called "Summer Seeds." The recipe produces 10 seeds per craft.)
|Foraging Level 4|
|Wild Seeds (Fa)
|An assortment of wild fall seeds.
(Note: The crafted item is called "Fall Seeds." The recipe produces 10 seeds per craft.)
|Common Mushroom (1) Wild Plum (1) Hazelnut (1) Blackberry (1)||Foraging Level 6|
|Wild Seeds (Wi)
|An assortment of wild winter seeds.
(Note: The crafted item is called "Winter Seeds." The recipe produces 10 seeds per craft.)
|Winter Root (1) Crystal Fruit (1) Snow Yam (1) Crocus (1)||Foraging Level 7|
|Ancient Seeds||Could these still grow?||Ancient Seed (1)||Donating Ancient Seed to museum|
|Wood Floor||Place on the ground to create paths or spruce up your floors.||Wood (1)||Carpenter's Shop for 500g|
|Straw Floor||Place on the ground to create paths or spruce up your floors.||Wood (1) Fiber (1)||Carpenter's Shop for 1,000g|
|Weathered Floor||Place on the ground to create paths or spruce up your floors.||Wood (1)|
|Crystal Floor||Place on the ground to create paths or spruce up your floors.||Refined Quartz (1)|
|Stone Floor||Place on the ground to create paths or spruce up your floors.||Stone (1)||Carpenter's Shop for 500g|
|Wood Path||Place on the ground to create paths or spruce up your floors.||Wood (1)||Starter|
|Gravel Path||Place on the ground to create paths or spruce up your floors.||Stone (1)||Starter|
|Cobblestone Path||Place on the ground to create paths or spruce up your floors.||Stone (1)||Starter|
|Stepping Stone Path||Place on the ground to create paths or spruce up your floors.||Stone (1)||Carpenter's Shop for 500g|
|Crystal Path||Place on the ground to create paths or spruce up your floors.||Refined Quartz (1)||Carpenter's Shop for 1,000g|
|Spinner||The shape makes it spin around in the water. Slightly increases the bite-rate when fishing.||Iron Bar (2)||Fishing Level 6|
|Trap Bobber||Causes fish to escape slower when you aren't reeling them in.||Copper Bar (1) Sap (10)||Fishing Level 6|
|Cork Bobber||Slightly increases the size of your "fishing bar".||Wood (10) Hardwood (5) Slime (10)||Fishing Level 7|
|Treasure Hunter||Fish don't escape while collecting treasures. Also slightly increases the chance to find treasures.||Gold Bar (2)||Fishing Level 7|
|Dressed Spinner||The metal tab and colorful streamers create an enticing spectacle for fish. Increases the bite-rate when fishing.||Iron Bar (2) Cloth (1)||Fishing Level 8|
|Barbed Hook||Makes your catch more secure, causing the "fishing bar" to cling to your catch. Works best on slow, weak fish.||Copper Bar (1) Iron Bar (1) Gold Bar (1)||Fishing Level 8|
|Magnet (3)||Increases the chance of finding treasures when fishing. However, fish aren't crazy about the taste.||Iron Bar (1)||Fishing Level 9|
|Bait (5)||Causes fish to bite faster. Must first be attached to a fishing rod.||Bug Meat (1)||Fishing Level 2|
|Wild Bait (5)||A unique recipe from Linus. It appeals to all fish.||Fiber (10) Bug Meat (5) Slime (5)||Linus 4-Heart Event|
|Crab Pot||Used with bait to capture crabs and other sea creatures||Wood (40) Iron Bar (3)||Fishing Level 3|
- main article: Rings
|Sturdy Ring||Cuts the duration of negative status effects in half||Combat Level 1|
|Warrior Ring||Occasionally infuses the wearer with "warrior energy" after slaying a monster.||Combat Level 4|
|Ring of Yoba||Occasionally shields the wearer from damage.||Combat Level 7|
|Iridium Band||Glows, attracts items, and increases attack damage by 10%.||Combat Level 9|
|Field Snack||A quick snack to fuel the hungry forager.||Acorn (1) Maple Seed (1) Pine Cone (1)||45||18||Foraging Level 1|
|Life Elixir||Restores health to full.||Red Mushroom (1) Purple Mushroom (1) Morel (1) Chanterelle (1)||200||80||Combat Level 2|
|Oil of Garlic||Drink this and weaker monsters will avoid you.||Garlic (10) Oil (1)||200||80||Combat Level 6|
|Torch||Provides a modest amount of light.||Wood (1) Sap (2)||Starter|
|Campfire||Provides a moderate amount of light.||Stone (10) Wood (10) Fiber (10)||Starter|
|Wooden Brazier||Provides a moderate amount of light.||Wood (10) Coal (1) Fiber (5)||Carpenter's Shop for 250g|
|Stone Brazier||Provides a moderate amount of light.||Stone (10) Coal (1) Fiber (5)||Carpenter's Shop for 400g|
|Gold Brazier||Provides a moderate amount of light.||Gold Bar (1) Coal (1) Fiber (5)||Carpenter's Shop for 1,000g|
|Carved Brazier||Provides a moderate amount of light.||Hardwood (10) Coal (1)||Carpenter's Shop for 2,000g|
|Stump Brazier||Provides a moderate amount of light.||Hardwood (5) Coal (1)||Carpenter's Shop for 800g|
|Barrel Brazier||Provides a moderate amount of light.||Wood (50) Solar Essence (1) Coal (1)||Carpenter's Shop for 800g|
|Skull Brazier||Provides a moderate amount of light.||Hardwood (10) Solar Essence (1) Coal (1)||Carpenter's Shop for 3,000g|
|Marble Brazier||Provides a moderate amount of light.||Marble (1) Aquamarine (1) Stone (100)||Carpenter's Shop for 5,000g|
|Wood Lamp-post||Provides a good amount of light.||Wood (50) Battery Pack (1)||Carpenter's Shop for 500g|
|Iron Lamp-post||Provides a good amount of light.||Iron Bar (1) Battery Pack (1)||Carpenter's Shop for 1,000g|
|Jack-O-Lantern||A whimsical fall decoration.||Pumpkin (1) Torch (1)||Pierre's stand at Spirit's Eve festival (2,000g)|
|Charcoal Kiln||Turns 10 pieces of wood into one piece of coal.||Wood (20) Gold Bar (1)||Foraging Level 4|
|Crystalarium||Insert a gem of your choice and it will grow copies.||Stone (99) Gold Bar (5) Iridium Bar (2) Battery Pack (1)||Mining Level 9|
|Furnace||Turns ore and coal into metal bars.||Copper Ore (20) Stone (25)||Clint (Morning after collecting 1+ Copper Ore)|
|Lightning Rod||Collects energy from lightning storms and turns it into battery packs||Iron Bar (1) Refined Quartz (1) Bat Wing (5)||Foraging Level 6|
|Recycling Machine||Turns fishing trash into resources.||Wood (25) Stone (25) Iron Bar (1)||Fishing Level 4|
|Seed Maker||Place crops inside to produce a varying amount of seeds. Doesn't work with fruit tree crops.||Wood (25) Coal (10) Gold Bar (1)||Farming Level 9|
|Slime Incubator||Hatches slime eggs into slimes. Allows you to raise slimes outdoors.||Iridium Bar (2) Slime (100)||Combat Level 8|
|Slime Egg-Press||Compresses 100 pieces of slime into a slime egg. It's a miracle of science!||Coal (25) Fire Quartz (1) Battery Pack (1)||Combat Level 6|
|Tapper||Place on a maple, oak, or pine tree and wait for the reservoir to fill with product!||Wood (40) Copper Bar (2)||Foraging Level 3|
|Worm Bin||Produces bait on a regular basis. The worms are self-sufficient.||Hardwood (25) Gold Bar (1) Iron Bar (1) Fiber (50)||Fishing Level 8|
|Tub o' Flowers||Flowers planted in an oak barrel. Blooms in spring and summer.||Wood (15) Tulip Bulb (1) Jazz Seeds (1) Poppy Seeds (1) Spangle Seeds (1)||Pierre's stand at Flower Dance (2,000g)|
|Wicked Statue||There's something unsettling about the looks of this statue.||Stone (25) Coal (5)||Krobus' Shop (1,000g)|
|Flute Block||Plays a flute sound when you walk past.||Wood (10) Copper Ore (2) Fiber (20)||Robin 6 hearts event|
|Drum Block||Plays a drum sound when you walk past.||Stone (10) Copper Ore (2) Fiber (20)||Robin 6 hearts event|
|Chest||A place to store your items.||Wood (50)||starter|
|Scarecrow||Prevents crows from eating crops in an area around the scarecrow.||Wood (50) Coal (1) Fiber (20)||Farming Level 1|
|Staircase||Use this to move down a level in the mines.||Stone (99)||Mining Level 2|
|Explosive Ammo (5)||Fire this with the slingshot.||Iron Bar (1) Coal (2)||Combat Level 8|
|Transmute (Fe)||A bar of pure iron.||Copper Bar (3)||Mining Level 4|
|Transmute (Au)||A bar of pure gold.||Iron Bar (2)||Mining Level 7|
|Warp Totem: Beach||Warp directly to the beach. Consumed on use.||Hardwood (1) Coral (2) Fiber (10)||Foraging Level 6|
|Warp Totem: Mountains||Warp directly to the mountains. Consumed on use.||Hardwood (1) Iron Bar (1) Stone (25)||Foraging Level 7|
|Warp Totem: Farm||Warp directly to your house. Consumed on use.||Hardwood (1) Honey (1) Fiber (20)||Foraging Level 8|
|Rain Totem||Activate to greatly increase the chance for rain tomorrow. Consumed on use.||Hardwood (1) Truffle Oil (1) Pine Tar (5)||Foraging Level 9|
There are 3 Achievements associated with Crafting.
- D.I.Y. (Craft 15 different items)
- Artisan (Craft 30 different items)
- Craft Master (Craft every item)
- As of PC v1.2 there are a total of 94 crafting recipes
Users with access to their saved game files may find the "Stardew Checkup" utility helpful for tracking their Crafting achievement progress. The utility is located at: https://mouseypounds.github.io/stardew-checkup/
Crafted goods outside the farm
It is possible to place chests and other crafted items outside the farm. Chests are useful for storing gifts close to the homes of Villagers who prefer them or to allow additional storage when Mining, Fishing, or Foraging. Worm Bins can be placed near fishing spots, Furnaces can be placed at the entrance to The Mines, or entire sections of the Valley may be utilized for Keg or Preserves Jar processing.