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How To Make Linen Fabric In Spiritfarer

How To Make Linen Fabric In Spiritfarer
Struggling to find Linen Fabric for upgrades? This guide on How To Make Linen Fabric In Spiritfarer will tell you how to upgrade your Loom so you can make new materials, materials that are used to upgrade other facilities that open up even more recipes and ingredients.

The earliest you will need Linen Fabric is likely for upgrading your Kitchen. One of your Spirit friends aboard your boat asks you to upgrade the kitchen and there’s also another Spirit that wants to talk with you after upgrading your Kitchen. As such, you’ll want to track down the Loom upgrade as quickly as you can.

How To Make Linen Fabric In Spiritfarer

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Unfortunately, it’s quite some time before you can upgrade your Loom. You need to progress through the game and make sure to complete Gwen’s objectives and side quests whenever they pop up. Eventually she will ask you to take her to her family home, Villa Maggiore. The Villa will be placed on your map so it’s not hard to find once she gives you the quest. Then simply take your boat to that location.

When you arrive you’ll have to walk through a house. Once you are at the top there is a door that leads onto a balcony. There’s a chest there with the Music Box inside that Gwen requested but there’s also a Loom upgrade blueprint. Once you’ve picked it up, return to your boat.

You can now use the Upgrade feature of the Blueprint table to upgrade the Loom which allows you to make Linen Fabric.

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