The benefit of tacking your horse with crafted tack is that it gives better stat bonuses than regular English and Western tack.
Items you will need to create a saddle-
- 1 Wooden Saddle Form (10 Logs, 1 Strong Skinny Branch)
- 2 Stirrups (20 Chunks of Iron ea.)
- 3 Leather Strappings
- 4 or 5 Leather Pieces
- 15 Pieces of Cotton
- 2 or 4 Large Buckles (10 Chunks of Iron ea.)
The full cost of crafting your own saddle is $2,954 for a Crafted English Saddle and $2,875 for a Crafated Western Saddle, IF you find all of your supplies rather than buy them in the store. These costs are also taking into consideration that you buy the least expensive supplies that must be bought in general stores. If you don't, the costs will be slightly more.
For the Wooden Saddle Form, bring 10 logs and 1 strong, skinny branch to Rebecca in Carrotton on Hare Isle. She'll make you a Wooden Saddle Form for $300 if you bring her these supplies. (She won't, of course, make it without)
For the Large Buckles, bring 20 or 40 chunks of iron ore to the Blacksmith Workshop in Wington on Bird Isle. You will need to make 2 Large Buckles if you want to craft a Western Saddle and 4 Large Buckles if you intend to craft an English Saddle. It costs $150 for each buckle.
To obtain the 3 Leather Strappings go to any of these stores: the Horseshoe Village [Hoof Isle], Shellton [Turtle Isle], or Tail End General Stores, which have unlimited Leather Strappings in stock. The prices, in order by store listed, are $98, $94, and $90. For the price I listed above, you'll need to buy the strappings from Tail End [Tail Isle].
Go to either the Treeton [the main isle], Horseshoe Village [Hoof Isle], Hotton [Desert Isle], or Whiskerton [Cat Isle] General stores. The prices in order by the stores listed are $221, $260, $260, and $240. For the cheapest cost of crafting a saddle (the costs listed above), buy your 4 or 5 Leather Pieces from Treeton. You will need 4 Leather Pieces when crafting an English Saddle and 5 Leather Pieces when crafting a Western Saddle.
You can collect cotton pieces by walking around in patches of grass labeled "Cotton Plant" in the upper right window. Cotton Plants are all over the isles of Horse Isle, so you should be able to find 15 easily.
Now, you're going to have to go back to the Blacksmith Workshop in Wington again, only this time, with 40 chunks of iron ore. The reason I don't have you going in one trip is because you'd have to take 2 trips no matter what. Even if you were crafting the Western Saddle, you would need 60 chunks of iron ore to do it all at once, and you can't carry that many. Anywho, take the 40 iron ore to the crafting building and craft 2 Stirrups for $200 each.
Now, take all of your things to Witherton on Rider Isle.
For a Crafted English Saddle, craft an English Girth with the 4 Large Buckles and 3 Leather Strappings, for $100. Next, craft an English Saddle Base with your Wooden Base Form, 4 Leather Pieces, and 15 Pieces of Cotton, for $200. Since you should have the 2 Stirrups in your inventory, you can now craft the Crafted English Saddle with the English Girth, English Saddle Base, and 2 Stirrups, for $200.
If you're making a Crafted Western Saddle, then you need to craft a Western Girth with the 2 Large Buckles and 3 Leather Strappings, for $100. Then, craft a Western Saddle Base with your Wooden Saddle Form, 5 Leather Pieces, and 15 Pieces of Cotton, for $200. Again, if you have the 2 Stirrups in your inventory, you should be able to go ahead and craft your Crafted Western Saddle with the Western Girth, Western Saddle Base, and 2 Stirrups, for $200.
Items you will need to craft a bridle-
- 5 Leather Strappings
- 2 Small Buckles (5 Chunks of Iron ea.)
- Either an English Bit (20 Chunks of Iron) or a Western Bit (25 Chunks of Iron)
The full cost of crafting a Crafted English Bridle or a Crafted Western Bridle is $1,050 for either. They both cost the same. This is also assuming you buy the cheapest general store supplies and you find the additional supplies on your own. Otherwise, the cost will be slightly more.
You can buy the 5 Leather Strappings at either the Horseshoe Village General Store [Hoof Isle] for $98 each, the Shellton General Store [Turtle Isle] for $94 each, or the Tail End General Store [Tail Isle] for $90 each. The above cost is calculated upon your buying the strappings from Tail End.
Now, take 10 (30/35) Chunks of Iron Ore to the Blacksmith Workshop in Wington on Bird Isle. It will cost you $100 for each buckle.
Take 20 or 25 Chunks of Iron Ore to the same Workshop, either in the same step or not, and craft either an English Bit or a Western Bit. They both cost $200 each, but the English Bit requires 20 iron ores and the Western Bit requires 25 ores.
Now take these supplies to the Tack Workshop in Witherton on Rider Isle. To make the Crafted English Bridle, you'll need to have crafted an English Bit in the Blacksmith Workshop. And for the Crafted Western Bridle, you'll need the Western Bit. Craft your bridle for $200.
Items you will need to create a saddle pad-
- 10 Pieces of Cotton
- 4 Cloths (40 Pieces of Cotton)
- For red, 15 Raspberries
- For purple, 15 Blackberries
- For brown, 15 Acorns
- For yellow, 15 Dandelions
- For pink, 15 Strawberries
- For green, 10 4-Leaf Clovers
The full cost of crafting Crafted English or Crafted Western Saddle Pads is $600. This is assuming you do not buy any of your supplies and you're only spending money on crafting the supplies you need.
Okay, well, for 1 Single Crafted Saddle Pad, you're going to need a full inventory of pieces of cotton. Walk around in cotton plants to find them. It may take a while, but hey, you're saving a bunch of money by crafting from scratch. Once you've got 50 Pieces of Cotton, go onto the next step.
Head off to the Sewing Workshop in Shellton on Turtle Isle. Here, you need to craft 4 Cloths from 40 of your pieces of cotton. Be careful not to craft an additional cloth, because you can't reverse it. Each cloth you craft will cost you $100.
Collect 15 (or 10, in one case) of whatever item you need to get the color of saddle pad that you desire. Raspberries and blackberries can be found in bushes, the acorns can be found around oak trees, and the dandelions, strawberries, and 4-leaf clovers can be found on the (normal) ground.
Go to the Tack Workshop in Witherton on Rider Isle and, if you have all of your supplies, you should be able to craft a Crafted English or Crafted Western Saddle Pad in your choice of color, for $200.
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The places you'll likely be at most for crafting jewelry are Pirate Isle and the Jewelry Workshop in Whiskerton on Cat Isle.
Well, for a single piece of jewelry (with a gem) will require 11 Chunks of Gold or Silver Ores. You can craft emeralds, rubies, topazes, sapphires, amethysts, and diamonds into jewelry with Gold Chains. Only topazes and amethysts can be crafted into jewelry with a silver chain. Pearls and Seashells are a different matter, which I will get into later.
Any piece of jewelry will require a chain + an ore of the same type. (So you can't use a silver ore with a gold chain or vice versa) Take your 11 ores and gem to the Jewelry Workshop. You'll need to craft the chain first, which costs $100. Then, you can craft your necklace. Most of the necklaces will only cost $200 to make, but the ruby and diamond necklaces cost more to craft. Ruby necklaces are $300 and Diamond necklaces cost $500. Of course, these prices are for the workshop only. If you didn't mine or find your supplies, it'll cost more overall.
If you have 50% of your Quest Points obtained (and you must get the award) you can go to Pirate Isle to mine your supplies for free. There's a gold sifter + ruby, emerald, and diamond mines.
Now for pearl and seashell necklaces. You'll need 15 of either pearls or seashells. Take your supplies to Deidra on Hoof Isle, who will make you a pearl or seashell necklace absolutely free! Yippee!
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For any piece of homemade clothing you want, you'll need a full inventory of Pieces of Cotton (50). I'm just warning you now.
There are 3 categories of homemade clothing that you can craft: Jumping, Show, and Racing. They'll each need their own different supplies.
All jumping shirts need 15 4-leaf clovers for any shirt you make.
All show shirts will require 2 rubies for any shirt you craft.
All of the racing shirts need you to get 2 Hot Bran Mash, which can be bought in the Hotton Feed Store for $260.
There are 4 colors of homemade shirts that can be made: brown, yellow, red, and purple. Each color needs 15 of a certain item. Brown needs 15 acorns, yellow needs 15 dandelions, red needs 15 raspberries, and purple needs 15 blackberries. You can find acorns around oak trees. Dandelions are found all over the ground, and the latter 2 are found in bushes.
Bring your supplies to the Sewing Workshop in Shellton on Turtle and you can craft a Homemade Shirt for $300.
The overall cost of crafting a Homemade Shirt will be at least $800. Racing shirts, however, will cost $1,320. This is assuming you find all of your supplies rather than buy them from players or stores.
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The Feed Workshop is located in Carrotton on Hare Isle. You'll need various supplies for the different options for crafting.
For Daisy Hay, you need to bring in 10 Daisies and 1 Hay Bale
For Lucky Horse Hay, you need to bring in 15 4-Leaf Clovers and 1 Hay Bale
For Honey Oats, you need to bring in 5 Honeycombs and 1 Bag of Oats
For an Apple Treat, you need to bring in 8 Apples and 1 Horse Candy
For a Carrot Treat, you need to bring in 10 Carrots and 1 Pitted Horse Date
All feed/treats that you craft here costs $200 to make.
You can find daisies and 4-leaf clovers on the ground all over Horse Isle. Apples are found around apple trees (Appleton is a good place to look). You can grow carrots right there in Carrotton. The hay you can collect yourself in Hay Piles by Barns or you can buy them in feed stores. Bags of oats, horse candy, and pitted horse dates can be found in various feed stores as well (but not all of them). Honeycombs can be earned by stealing them from bees. Look for hives.
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