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Assassins Creed 3 Crafting Recipes guide will give you through all the steps all the crafts.

Assassin’s Creed 3 crafting recipes is accomplished via the accounting book, all these crafting books are featured in three different Sections:

Recipes detail the ingredients that you need to craft the items, there is one recipe for each item you you craft in the game and you can also blind craft by choosing the right ingredients and artisans. Best ways to find the different recipes is by getting the chests  and opening it. All these chests can be found in the frontier, boston and new york. Another way to get recipes is through the story line or challenges that you do.

AC3 Crafting Video Guide

Here are some of the crafting recipes that you can get through the main story playthrough  and challenges to the the recipes you need to complete the segments below and conditions:

Twin Holsters – Sequence 5
Consumables – Sequesnce 3-6
Small Saddle Bags – Sequesnce 9
Medium Saddle Bags – Sequence 10
Large Saddle Bags – Sequence 12
Benjamin Franklin Inventions – Gather all almanacs
Pourch Upgrades – Complete quests at the homestead

Recipes: All the cecipes are gathered during the game and will displayed on the slots. You will be able to do blind craft that is attempt to craft items without using any recipe to get this completed. All the different craft tables except special items can be crafted that will required all the different resources to the trained artisians.

Artisans:  are recipe that requires some time of skills of one or two artisans each at specific minimum level that you can use to level up your recipe.

Resources: These are the physical items that you can use to create new items and all are sorted in their categories when you purchase all the different items in the game.

TOC:Walkthrough, Review, Multiplayer Guide, Multiplayer Characters, Locations Guide , Almanac Locations, Enemies Guide, Weapons Guide, Peg Legs Trinkets, Crafting and Recipes Guide, Recruits Guide, Feathers Locations, Viewpoints Locations

Craftting Process, Items and Recipes

Recipe with Engredients

Consumables: From Lumberer, Crafted Materials

Arrow
Blacksmith Level 1, Level 1 Woodworker, Iron Ore, Kindling

Bait
All are Level 1 Innkeeper, Hare Meat, Poultry Meat, Vegetables

Cartridge
Level 1 Blacksmith, Lead Ore

Poisoned Dart
Blacksmith Level 1,  Doctor Level 2, Lead Ore, Sulfur

Rope Dart
Blacksmith Level 2, Level 1 Tailor, Cow Hide, Flax, Weapon Blades

Smoke Bomb
Level 3 Blacksmith, Black Powder, Clay, Dyes

Snare
Level 2 Woodworker, Cow Hide, Kindling

Trip Mine
Level 4 Blacksmith, Black Powder, Clay, Flints

Food: From Farmer

Bread
Level 1 Innkeeper, Eggs, Flour, Milk

Deer Jerky
Level 1 Innkeeper, Rock Salt, Venison

Deer Marrow Soup
Level 1 Innkeeper, Deer Marrow, Fresh Water, Vegetables

Jugged Hare
Level 1 Innkeeper, Hare Meat, Vegetables

Meat Pies
Level 1 Innkeeper, Flour, Hare Meat

Salt
Level 1 Innkeeper, Rock Salt

Salted Elk Meat
Level 1 Innkeeper, Elk Meat, Rock Salt

Shepherd’s Pie
Level 1 Innkeeper, Pork, Poultry Meat, Vegetables

Smoked Elk Meat
Level 1 Innkeeper, Elk Meat, Maple Lumber

Tea
Level 1 Innkeeper, Honey, Rosemary

Venison Heart
Level 1 Innkeeper, Deer Heart, Vegetables

Inventions: From Miner, Crafted and Lumberer

Busybody
Level 2 Blacksmith, Iron Ore, Sand

Electrostatic Generator
Level 4 Blacksmith, Level 3 Doctor, Copper Ore, Iron Ore, Sand

Franklin Stove
Level 3 Blacksmith, Iron Ore, Silver Ore

Glass Armonica
Level 4 Blacksmith, Charcoal, Sand

Joseph Priestley Soda Apparatus
Level 1 Innkeeper, Fresh Water, Glass Bottles

Kite and Key
Level 2 Tailor, Kindling, Linsey-woolsey

Leyden Jar
Level 2 Blacksmith, Copper Ore, Fresh Water, Glass Bottles

Orrery
Level 1 Blacksmith, Level 2 Woodworker, Copper Ore, Rosewood Lumber

Watt Steam Engine
Level 3 Blacksmith, Fresh Water, Iron Ore

Materials: From Lumberer, Miner, Huntress

Barrels
Level 1 Woodworker, Oak Lumberer

Belt Buckles
Level 2 Blacksmith, Copper Ore

Black Powder
Level 3 Blacksmith, Lead Ore, Rock Salt, Sulfur

Buttons
Level 2 Woodworker, Hickory Lumberer

Candles
Level 1 Tailor, Beeswax

Disinfectant
Level 1 Doctor Apples

Dyes
Level 2 Tailor, Beeswax

Flints
Level 2 Blacksmith, Iron Ore, Lead Ore, Limestone

Flour
Level 1 Innkeeper, Wheat

Glass Bottles
Level 1 Blacksmith, Sand

Inks
Level 2 Tailor, Level 3 Woodworker, Madder (get this from Huntress)

Linsey-woolsey
Level 1 Tailor, Flax, Wool

Nails
Level 1 Blacksmith, Iron Ore

Paper
Level 1 Tailor, Level 2 Woodworker, Flax, Oak Bark

Sewing Threads
Level 1 Tailor, Wool

Weapon Blades
Level 2 Blacksmith, Charcoal, Iron Ore

Weapon Handles
Level 2 Woodworker, Maple Lumber

Alcohol: Crafted Materials

Ales: Level 1 Innkeeper, Barley, Barrels

Ciders: Level 1 Innkeeper, Apples, Barrels

Spirits: Level 1 Innkeeper, Barrels, rye

Medication: From  Huntress, Crafted Material, Miner Quest

All-Purpose Remedy
Level 2 Doctor, Glass Bottles, St. John’s Wort

Bandages
Level 1 Doctor, Level 1 Tailor, Disinfectant, Linsey-woolsey

Cold Medicine
Level 1 Doctor, Barley, Catnip, Glass Bottles

Cough Syrup
Level 2 Doctor, Glass Bottles, Honey

Daffy’s Elixir
Level 2 Doctor, Barley, Glass Bottles, Rye

Digestive Tonic
Level 2 Doctor, Flax, Glass Bottles

Eye Drops
Level 3 Doctor, Glass Bottles, Rosemary

Hysteria Medicine
Level 4 Doctor, Castoreum, Glass Bottles

Insect Repellent
Doctor, Catnip, Glass Bottles

Medical Charts
Level 4 Doctor, Inks, Paper

Medical Equipment
Level 2 Blacksmith, Level 4 Doctor, Disinfectant, Iron Ore

Poisons
Level 2 Doctor, Glass Bottles, Sulfur

Pomade
Level 1 Doctor, Bear Grease, Deer Marrow

Skin Irritation Remedy
Level 3 Doctor, Glass Bottles, Rosemary, St. John’s Wort

Snakebite Antidote
Level 2 Doctor, Glass Bottles, Snakeroot

Soap
Level 1 Innkeeper, Bear Grease, Charcoal, Rosemary

Stiffness Remedy
Level 3 Doctor, Elk Antlers, Elk Heart

Stomachache Medicine
Level 1 Doctor, Catnip, Charcoal, Glass Bottles

Clothing: Crafted Materials and from Farmers

Belts
Level 1 Tailor, Belt Buckles, Cow Hide

Boots
Level 2 Tailor, Belt Buckles, Fox Pelt

Clothing
Level 1 Tailor, Buttons, Linsey-woolsey

Coonskin Hat
Level 2 Tailor, Raccoon Pelt, Sewing Threads

Fine Clothing
Level 3 Tailor, Buttons, Linsey-woolsey, Wolf Pelt

Fine Hats
Level 3 Tailor, Beaver Pelt, Hare Pelt

Fine Shoes
Level 3 Tailor, Beaver Pelt, Belt Buckles

Fox Tail Scarf
Level 2 Tailor, Fox Tail, Sewing Threads

Hats
Level 2 Tailor, Beaver Pelt

Moccasins
Level 2 Tailor, Elk Pelt, Sewing Threads

Quilts
Level 2 Tailor, Dyes, Linsey-woolsey, Sewing Threads

Shoes
Level 1 Tailor, Belt Buckles, Hare Pelt

Tool Belts
Level 2 Tailor, Woodworker, Belt Buckles, Cow Hide, Nails

Wigs
Level 2 Tailor, dyes, Sewing Threads, Wool

Metalwork: From Miner, Lumberer

Brass Rings
Level 3 Blacksmith, Copper Ore, Fresh Water

Golden Rings
Level 4 Blacksmith, Gold Ore

Lanterns
Level 2 Blacksmith, Level 1 Tailor, Candles, Iron Ore

Mining Tools
Level 1 Blacksmith, Level 1 Woodworker, Iron Ore, Maple Lumber

Plows
Level 1 Blacksmith, Level 1 Woodworker, Iron Ore, Walnut Lumber

Silver Rings
Level 3 Blacksmith, Silver Ore

Woodworking Tools
Level 1 Blacksmith, Level 1 Woodworker, Hickory Lumber, Iron Ore

War Supplies: From Miner, Lumberer, Crafted Material

Ammunition
Level 3 Blacksmith, Black Powder, Iron Ore

Artillery
Level 4 Blacksmith, Level 3 Woodworker, Flints, Iron Ore, Oak Lumber

Firearms
Level 3 Blacksmith, Flints, Iron Ore, Weapon Handles

Horseshoes
Level 1 Blacksmith, Iron Ore, Nails

Officer Swords
Level 4 Blacksmith, Silver Ore, Weapon Blades, Weapon Handles

Saddles
Level 3 Tailor, Beaver Pelt, Cow Hide

Ship Masts
Level 1 Woodworker, Spruce Lumber

Ship Sails
Level 2 Tailor, Linsey-woolsey, Sewing Threads

Swords
Level 3 Blacksmith, Weapon Blades, Weapon Handles

Woodwork: From Lumberer

Buckets
Level 1 Woodworker, Pine Lumber

Crates
Level 1 Woodworker, Walnut Lumber

Fine Furniture
Level 3 Woodworker, Hickory Lumber, Pine Lumber, Walnut Lumber

Fishing Rods
Level 1 Woodworker, Sewing Threads, Spruce Lumber

Furniture
Level 2 Woodworker, Pine Lumber, Walnut lumber

Torches
Level 3 Blacksmith, Level 1 Woodworker, Black Powder, Pine Lumber

Special Items: From Crafted Material, Lumberer, Miner quest, Huntress or hunting

Broken Sword Knife
Level 2 Blacksmith, Special Iron Ingot (Miner Quest), Weapon Blades

Cartridge Pouch 1
Level 1 Tailor, Hare Pelt

Cartridge Pouch 2
Level 2 Tailor, Deer Pelt, Sewing Threads

Cartridge Pouch 3
Level 3 Tailor, Fox Pelt, Sewing Threads

English Flintlock Pistol
Level 2 Blacksmith, Level 2 Woodworker, Flints, Oak Lumber, Special Iron Ingot

French Coat Pistol
Level 2 Blacksmith, Flints, Iron Ore, special Iron Ingot

Iron Blade War Club
Level 1 Blacksmith, Level 2 Woodworker, Ash Lumber, Special Iron Ingot

Italian Flintlock
Level 3 Blacksmith, Level 3 Woodworker, Flints, Maple Lumber, Special Iron Ingot

Land Convoy
Level 1 Woodworker, Oak Bark, Oak Lumber

Land convoy Capacity Upgrade
Level 1 Woodworker, Kindling, Pine Lumber

Lincoln’s Sword Replica
Level 4 Blacksmith, Silver Ore, Special Iron Ingot

Naval Axe
Level 3 Blacksmith, Level 3 Woodworker, Hickory Lumber, Special Iron Ingot

Naval Convoy
Level 2 Woodworker, Bear Grease, Oak Bark, Spruce Lumber

Naval Convoy Capacity Upgrade
Level w3 Woodworker, Kindling, Maple Lumber

Naval Duckfoot
Level 3 Blacksmith, Flints, Lead Ore, Special Iron Ingot

Poison Dart Pouch Upgrade
Level 1 Tailor, Beaver Pelt, Hare Pelt, Sewing Threads

Quiver 1
Level 1 Tailor, Level 2 Woodworker, Ash Lumber, Cow Hide

Rope Dart Pouch 1
Level 1 Tailor, Hare Pelt, Sewing Threads

Royal navy Sea Service Flintlock
Level 4 Blacksmith, Flints, Gold Ore, Special Iron Ingot

Royal Pistol
Level 3 Blacksmith, Flints, Silver Ore, Special Iron Ingot

Saddle Bags (small)
Level 4 Blacksmith, Level 3 Tailor, Copper Ore, Sewing Threads

Saddle Bags (medium)
Level 4 Blacksmith, Level 3 Tailor, Sewing Threads, Silver Ore

Saddle Bags (large)
Level 4 Blacksmith, Level 3 Tailor, Gold Ore, Sewing Threads

Smoke Bomb Pouch Upgrade
Level 1 Tailor, Cow Hide, Sewing Threads

Snare Pouch 1
Level 1 Tailor, Sewing Threads, Wolf Pelt

Trip Mine Pouch 1
Level 2 Tailor, Cow Hide, Sewing Threads, Fox Pelt

Twin Holsters
Level 2 Tailor, Rosewood Lumber, Wolf Pelt

War Tomahawk
Level 2 Blacksmith, Special Iron Ingot

Washington’s Battle Sword (replica)
Level 4 Blacksmith, Silver Ore, Special Iron Ingot

Woodwork: From Lumber

Buckets
Level 1 Woodworker, Pine Lumber

Crates
Level 1 Woodworker, Walnut Lumber

Fine Furniture
Level 3 Woodworker, Hickory Lumber, Pine Lumber, Walnut Lumber

Fishing Rods
Level 1 Woodworker, Sewing Threads, Spruce Lumber

Furniture
Level 2 Woodworker, Pine Lumber, Walnut lumber

Torches
Level 3 Blacksmith, Level 1 Woodworker, Black Powder, Pine Lumber

 

 

 

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Crafting items through recipes has become an integral element for adventure and RPG games lately, and the simple enjoyment and goodies obtained from the art is extremely rewarding.

Crafting in Assassin’s Creed 3 holds an equally robust stature, with criteria and requirements similar to conventions. It expands the bomb-crafting art found in Assassin’s Creed Revelations, and applies that successful formula to a much large range of items.

For more help on Assassin’s Creed 3, read our Outfits, Naval Missions and Almanac Pages Guide.

Homestead and Crafting

The crafting is handled through the accounting book menu, which can be accessed in the study room of your homestead manor. However, this isn’t the only place – thankfully, the homestead is easily accessible to you from just about any general store.

Crafting greatly contributes to your Homestead community, which in turn allows you to get more recipes, more material, and hence more crafting options.

Assassin’s Creed 3 Crafting Recipes

Crafting recipes are found either lying around the map, or can be discovered by hit and trial (randomly mixing different ingredients/items together).

The former is an extremely tedious process for finding desired recipes for specific items, while the latter is easier, but can be costly as the ingredients are lost completely after a failed attempt.

If you’re too lazy to find all the recipes, or don’t want to risk discovering them yourself, then feel free to use this list of craft-able items and their recipes.

Alcohol

Ales
You need Barley, Barrels and Level 1 Innkeeper to craft Ales.

Ciders
You need Apples, Barrel and Level 1 Innkeeper to craft Ciders.

Spirits
You need Barley, Barrels, Rye and Level 1 Innkeeper to craft Spirits.

Clothing

Belts
You need Belt Buckles, Cow Hide and Level 1 Tailor to craft Belts.

Clothes
You need Buttons, Linsey-woolsey and Level 1 Tailor to craft Clothing.

Shoes
You need Belt Buckles, Hare Pelt and Level 1 Tailor to craft Shoes.

Boots
You need Belt Buckles, Fox Pelt and Level 2 Tailor to craft Boots.

Coonskin Hat
You need Raccoon Pelt, Sewing Threads and Level 2 Tailor to craft Coonskin Hat.

Fox Tail Scarf
You need Fox Tail, Sewing Threads and Level 2 Tailor to craft Fox Tail Scarf.

Hats
You need Beaver Pelt and Level 2 Tailor to craft Hats.

Moccasins
You need Elk Pelt, Sewing Threads and Level 2 Tailor to craft Moccasins.

Quilts
You need Dyes, Linsey-woolsey, Sewing Threads and Level 2 Tailor to craft Quilts.

Tool Belts
You need Belt Buckles, Cow Hide, Nails and Level 2 Woodworker to craft Tool Belts.

Wigs
You need Dyes, Sewing Threads, Wool and Level 2 Tailor to craft Wigs.

Fine Clothing
You need Buttons, Linsey-woolsey, Wolf Pelt and Level 3 Tailor to craft Fine Clothing.

Fine Hats
You need Beaver Pelt, Hare Pelt and Level 3 Tailor to craft Fine Hats.

Fine Shoes
You need Beaver Pelt, Belt Buckles and Level 3 Tailor to craft Fine Shoes.

Consumables

Arrow
You need Iron Ore, Kindling, Level 1 Blacksmith and Level 1 Woodworker to craft Arrows.

Bait
You need Hare Meat, Poultry Meat, Vegetables and Level 1 Innkeeper to craft Bait.

Cartridge
You need Lead Ore and Level 1 Blacksmith to craft Cartridge.

Poisoned Dart
You need Lead Ore, Sulfur, Level 1 Blacksmith and Level 2 Doctor to craft Poisoned Dart.

Rope Dart
You need Cow Hide, Flax, Weapon Blades, Level 2 Blacksmith and Level 1 Tailor to craft Rope Dart.

Snare
You need Cow Hide, Kindling and Level 2 Woodworker to craft Snare.

Smoke Bomb
You need Black Powder, Clay, Dyes and Level 3 Blacksmith to craft Smoke Bomb.

Trip Mine
You need Black Powder, Clay, Flints and Level 4 Blacksmith to craft Trip Mine.

Food

Bread
You need Eggs, Flour, Milk and Level 1 Innkeeper to craft Bread.

Deer Jerky
You need Rock Salt, Venison and Level 1 Innkeeper to craft Deer Jerky.

Deer Marrow Soup
You need Deer Marrow, Fresh Water, Vegetables and Level 1 Innkeeper to craft Deer Marrow Soup.

Jugged Hare
You need Hare Meat, Vegetables and Level 1 Innkeeper to craft Jugged Hare.

Meat Pies
You need Flour, Hare Meat and Level 1 Innkeeper to craft Meat Pies.

Salt
You need Rock Salt and Level 1 Innkeeper to craft Salt.

Salted Elk Meat
You need Elk Meat, Rock Salt and Level 1 Innkeeper to craft Salted Elk Meat.

Shepherd’s Pie
You need Pork, Poultry Meat, Vegetables and Level 1 Innkeeper to craft Shepherd’s Pie.

Smoked Elk Meat
You need Elk Meat, Maple Lumber and Level 1 Innkeeper to craft Smoked Elk Meat.

Tea
You need Honey, Rosemary and Level 1 Innkeeper to craft Tea.

Venison Heart
You need Deer Heart, Vegetables and Level 1 Innkeeper to craft Venison Heart.

Inventions

Joseph Priestley Soda Apparatus
You need Fresh Water, Glass Bottles and Level 1 Innkeeper to craft Joseph Priestley Soda Apparatus.

Kite and Key
You need Kindling, Linsey-woolsey and Level 2 Tailor to craft Kite and Key.

Leyden Jar
You need Copper Ore, Fresh Water, Glass Bottles and Level 2 Blacksmith to craft Leyden Jar.

Orrery
You need Copper Ore, Rosewood Lumber, Level 1 Blacksmith and Level 2 Woodworker to craft Orrery.

Busybody
You need Iron Ore, Sand and Level 2 Blacksmith to craft Busybody.

Watt Steam Engine
You need Fresh Water, Iron Ore and Level 3 Blacksmith to craft Watt Steam Engine.

Electrostatic Generator
You need Copper Ore, Iron Ore, Sand, Level 4 Blacksmith and Level 3 Doctor to craft Electrostatic Generator.

Franklin Stove
You need Iron Ore, Silver Ore and Level 3 Blacksmith to craft Franklin Stove.

Glass Armonica
You need Charcoal, Sand and Level 4 Blacksmith to craft Glass Armonica.

Crafting Materials

Barrels
You need Oak Lumber and Level 1 Woodworker to craft Barrels.

Candles
You need Beeswax and Level 1 Tailor to craft Candles.

Disinfectant
You need Apples and Level 1 Doctor to craft Disinfectant.

Glass Bottles
You need Sand and Level 1 Blacksmith to craft Glass Bottles.

Linsey-woolsey
You need Flax, Wool and Level 1 Tailor to craft Linsey-woolsey.

Nails
You need Iron Ore and Level 1 Blacksmith to craft Nails.

Paper
You need Flax, Oak Bark, Level 1 Tailor and Level 2 Woodworker to craft Paper.

Sewing Threads
You need Wool and Level 1 Tailor to craft Sewing Threads.

Weapon Blades
You need Charcoal, Iron Ore and Level 2 Blacksmith to craft Weapon Blades.

Weapon Handles
You need Maple Lumber and Level 2 Woodworker to craft Weapon Handles.

Dyes
You need Beeswax and Level 2 Tailor to craft Dyes.

Flints
You need Iron Ore, Lead Ore, Limestone and Level 2 Blacksmith to craft Flints.

Belt Buckles
You need Copper Ore and Level 2 Blacksmith to craft Belt Buckles.

Buttons
You need Hickory Lumber and Level 2 Woodworker to craft Buttons.

Black Powder
You need Lead Ore, Rock Salt, Sulfur and Level 3 Blacksmith to craft Black Powder.

Flour
You need Wheat and Level 3 Blacksmith to craft Flour.

Inks
You need Madder, Level 2 Tailor and Level 3 Woodworker to craft Inks. You obtain madder from Huntress.

Medication

Stomachache Medicine
You need Catnip, Charcoal, Glass Bottles and Level 1 Doctor to craft Stomachache Medicine.

Bandages
You need Disinfectant, Linsey-woolsey, Level 1 Doctor and Level 1 Tailor to craft Bandages.

Cold Medicine
You need Barley, Catnip, Glass Bottles and Level 1 Doctor to craft Cold Medicine.

Pomade
You need Bear Grease, Deer Marrow and Level 1 Doctor to craft Pomade.

Soap – You need Bear Grease, Charcoal, Rosemary and Level 1 Innkeeper to craft Soap.

All-Purpose Remedy
You need Glass Bottles, St. John’s Wort and Level 2 Doctor to craft All-Purpose Remedy.

Cough Syrup
You need Glass Bottles, Honey and Level 2 Doctor to craft Cough Syrup.

Insect Repellent
You need Catnip, Glass Bottles and Level 2 Doctor to craft Insect Repellent.

Daffy’s Elixir
You need Barley, Glass Bottles, Rye and Level 2 Doctor to craft Daffy’s Elixir.

Medical Equipment
You need Disinfectant, Iron Ore, Level 2 Blacksmith and Level 4 Doctor to craft Medical Charts.

Poisons
You need Glass Bottles, Sulfur and Level 2 Doctor to craft Poisons.

Snakebite Antidote
You need Glass Bottles, Snakeroot and Level 2 Doctor to craft Snakebite Antidote.

Digestive Tonic
You need Flax, Glass Bottles and Level 2 Doctor to craft Digestive Tonic.

Eye Drops
You need Glass Bottles, Rosemary and Level 3 Doctor to craft Eye Drops.

Stiffness Remedy
You need Elk Antlers, Elk Heart and Level 3 Doctor to craft Stiffness Remedy.

Skin Irritation Remedy
You need Glass Bottles, Rosemary, St. John’s Wort and Level 3 Doctor to craft Skin Irritation Remedy.

Hysteria Medicine
You need Castoreum, Glass Bottles and Level 4 Doctor to craft Hysteria Medicine.

Medical Charts
You need Inks, Paper and Level 4 Doctor to craft Medical Charts.

Metalwork

Mining Tools
You need Iron Ore, Maple Lumber, Level 1 Blacksmith and Level 1 Woodworker to craft Mining Tools.

Woodworking Tools
You need Hickory Lumber, Iron Ore, Level 1 Blacksmith and Level 1 Woodworker to craft Woodworking Tools.

Plows
You need Iron Ore, Walnut Lumber, Level 1 Blacksmith and Level 1 Woodworker to craft Plows.

Lanterns
You need Candles, Iron Ore, Level 2 Blacksmith and Level 1 Tailor to craft Lanterns.

Silver Rings
You need Silver Ore and Level 3 Blacksmith to craft Silver Rings.

Brass Rings
You need Copper Ore, Fresh Water and Level 3 Blacksmith to craft Brass Rings.

Golden Rings
You need Gold Ore and Level 4 Blacksmith to craft Golden Rings.

Special Items

Smoke Bomb Pouch Upgrade
You need Cow Hide, Sewing Threads and Level 1 Tailor to craft Smoke Bomb Pouch Upgrade.

Snare Pouch 1
You need Wolf Pelt, Sewing Threads and Level 1 Tailor to craft Snare Pouch 1.

Trip Mine Pouch 1
You need Fox Pelt, Sewing Threads, Cow Hide and Level 2 Tailor to craft Trip Mine Pouch 1.

Land Convoy
You need Oak Bark, Oak Lumber and Level 1 Woodworker to craft Land Convoy.

Land Convoy Capacity Upgrade
You need Pine Lumber, Kindling and Level 1 Woodworker to craft Land Convoy Capacity Upgrade.

Rope Dart Pouch 1
You need Sewing Threads, Hare Pelt and Level 1 Tailor to craft Rope Dart Pouch 1.

Twin Holsters
You need Wolf Pelt, Rosewood Lumber and Level 2 Tailor to craft Twin Holsters.

War Tomahawk
You need Special Iron Ingot and Level 2 Blacksmith to craft War Tomahawk.

Broken Sword Knife
You need Special Iron Ingot, Weapon Blades and Level 2 Blacksmith to craft Broken Sword Knife.

Cartridge Pouch Upgrade 1
You need Hare Pelt and Level 1 Tailor to craft Cartridge Pouch Upgrade 1.

Cartridge Pouch Upgrade 2
You need Deer Pelt, Sewing Threads and Level 2 Tailor to craft Cartridge Pouch Upgrade 2.

Cartridge Pouch Upgrade 3
You need Fox Pelt, Sewing Threads and Level 3 Tailor to craft Cartridge Pouch Upgrade 3.

English Flintlock Pistol
You need Fox Flints, Oak Lumber, Special Iron Ingot, Level 2 Blacksmith and Level 2 Woodworker to craft English Flintlock Pistol.

French Coat Pistol
You need Iron Ore, Flints, Special Iron Ingot and Level 2 Blacksmith to craft French Coat Pistol.

Iron Blade War Club
You need Ash Lumber, Special Iron Ingot, Level 1 Blacksmith and Level 2 Woodworker to craft Iron Blade War Club.

Naval Convoy
You need Spruce Lumber, Oak Bark, Bear Grease and Level 2 Woodworker to craft Naval Convoy.

Poison Dart Pouch Upgrade
You need Hare Pelt, Sewing Threads, Beaver Pelt and Level 2 Tailor to craft Poison Dart Pouch Upgrade.

Quiver 1
You need Cow Hide, Ash Lumber, Level 1 Tailor and Level 2 Woodworker to craft Quiver 1.

Italian Flintlock
You need Maple Lumber, Flints, Special Iron Ingot, Level 3 Blacksmith and Level 3 Woodworker to craft Italian Flintlock.

Naval Axe
You need Special Iron Ingot, Hickory Lumber, Level 3 Blacksmith and Level 3 Woodworker to craft Naval Axe.

Naval Convoy Capacity Upgrade
You need Maple Lumber, Kindling and Level 3 Woodworker to craft Naval Convoy Capacity Upgrade.

Naval Duckfoot
You need Special Iron Ingot, Lead Ore and Level 3 Blacksmith to craft Naval Duckfoot.

Royal Pistol
You need Silver Ore, Flints, Special Iron Ingot and Level 3 Blacksmith to craft Royal Pistol.

Lincoln’s Sword Replica
You need Special Iron Ingot, Silver Ore and Level 4 Blacksmith to craft Lincoln’s Sword Replica.

Royal Navy Sea Service Flintlock
You need Gold Ore, Flints, Special Iron Ingot and Level 4 Blacksmith to craft Royal Navy Sea Service Flintlock.

Small Saddle Bags
You need Sewing Threads, Copper Ore, Level 4 Blacksmith and Level 3 Tailor to craft Small Saddle Bags.

Medium Saddle Bags
You need Sewing Threads, Silver Ore, Level 4 Blacksmith and Level 3 Tailor to craft Medium Saddle Bags.

Large Saddle Bags
You need Gold Ore, Sewing Threads, Level 4 Blacksmith and Level 3 Tailor to craft Large Saddle Bags.

Washington’s Battle Sword
You need Silver Ore, Special Iron Ingot and Level 4 Blacksmith to craft Washington’s Battle Sword.

War Supplies

Horseshoes
You need Iron Ore, Nails and Level 1 Blacksmith to craft Horseshoes.

Ship Masts
You need Spruce Lumber and Level 1 Woodworker to craft Ship Masts.

Ship Sails
You need Linsey-woolsey, Sewing Threads and Level 2 Tailor to craft Ship Sails.

Swords
You need Weapon Blades, Weapon Handles and Level 3 Blacksmith to craft Swords.

Ammunition
You need Black Powder, Iron Ore and Level 3 Blacksmith to craft Ammunition.

Firearms
You need Flints, Iron Ore, Weapon Handles and Level 3 Blacksmith to craft Firearms.

Saddles
You need Beaver Pelt, Cow Hide and Level 3 Tailor to craft Saddles.

Artillery
You need Flints, Iron Ore, Oak Lumber, Level 4 Blacksmith and Level 3 Woodworker to craft Artillery.

Officer Swords
You need Silver Ore, Weapon Blades, Weapon Handles and Level 4 Blacksmith to craft Officer Swords.

Woodworking

Buckets
You need Pine Lumber and Level 1 Woodworker to craft Buckets.

Crates
You need Walnut Lumber and Level 1 Woodworker to craft Crates.

Fishing Rods
You need Sewing Threads, Spruce Lumber and Level 1 Woodworker to craft Fishing Rods.

Furniture
You need Pine Lumber, Walnut lumber and Level 2 Woodworker to craft Furniture.

Fine Furniture
You need Hickory Lumber, Pine Lumber, Walnut Lumber and Level 3 Woodworker to craft Fine Furniture.

Torches
You need Black Powder, Pine Lumber, Level 3 Blacksmith and Level 1 Woodworker to craft Torches.

How To Get Crafting Materials

You can buy these materials from different Artisans around Homestead. If that’s not enough, you can hunt and skin the animals to get these materials:

  • Farmers: Hides, Wool
  • Hunting: Bear Grease
  • Huntress/Hunting Materials: Pelts
  • Lumberer: Lumbers, Barks, Kindling, Charcoal
  • Miners: Ores, Limestone

While the above general materials are easy to farm, following special materials will require you to complete a mission or help people around Homestead.

Special Iron Ingots – Complete the mission for the Miners in the Homestead to get it. If you need more Ingots for your crafting needs, look for a chest behind your Manor.

You can find its pin-point location in this guide.

Where to find all of the Assassin's Creed 3 Treasure Chests, with maps of Buckets Recipe, Sewing Threads Recipe, Glass Bottles Recipe.


During the period of the American Revolutionary War, the AssassinRatonhnhaké:ton undertook crafting, which involved raw materials that could be purchased from the Davenport Homestead, gathered from looting, or found in chests. Crafting could be done at the "Accounting Book" which could be found in the Homestead, or in any of the general stores in Colonial America, by selecting an artisan followed by a resource.

Recipes

The following tables include the recipes required to craft various items.

Consumables

Item Artisan 1 Artisan 2 Resource 1 Resource 2 Resource 3
Arrows Big Dave level 1 Lance level 1 Kindling Iron Ore
BaitOliver level 1 Vegetables Hare Meat Poultry Meat
Cartridge Big Dave level 1 Lead Ore
Poison dartsBig Dave level 1 Lyle level 2 Lead Ore Sulfur
Rope dartsBig Dave level 2 Ellen level 1 Weapon Blades Flax Cow Hide
Smoke BombsBig Dave level 3 Clay Black Powder Dyes
SnaresLance level 2 Kindling Cow Hide
Trip minesBig Dave level 4 Clay Flints Black Powder

Special Items

Item Artisan 1 Artisan 2 Resource 1 Resource 2 Resource 3
"Broken Sword" KnifeBig Dave level 2 Special Iron Ingot Weapon Blades
Cartridge Pouch 1 Ellen level 1 Hare Pelt
Cartridge Pouch 2 Ellen level 2 Deer Pelt Sewing Threads
Cartridge Pouch 3 Ellen level 3 Fox Pelt Sewing Threads
English Flintlock PistolBig Dave level 2 Lance level 2 Special Iron Ingot Flints Oak Lumber
French Coat PistolBig Dave level 2 Special Iron Ingot Flints Iron Ore
Iron Blade War ClubBig Dave level 1 Lance level 2 Special Iron Ingot Ash Lumber
Italian FlintlockBig Dave level 3 Lance level 3 Special Iron Ingot Flints Maple Lumber
Land Convoy Capacity Upgrade Lance level 1 Pine Lumber Kindling
Land Convoy Lance level 1 Oak Lumber Oak Bark
Large Saddle Bags Big Dave level 4 Ellen level 3 Sewing Threads Gold Ore
Washington's Battle Sword (Replica)Big Dave level 4 Special Iron Ingot Silver Ore
Medium Saddle Bags Big Dave level 4 Ellen level 3 Sewing Threads Silver Ore
Naval AxeBig Dave level 3 Lance level 3 Special Iron Ingot Hickory Lumber
Naval Convoy Lance level 2 Spruce Lumber Oak Bark Bear Grease
Naval Convoy Capacity Upgrade Lance level 3 Maple Lumber Kindling
Naval DuckfootBig Dave level 3 Special Iron Ingot Flints Lead Ore
Poison Dart Pouch Upgrade 1 Ellen level 1 Beaver Pelt Hare Pelt Sewing Threads
Quiver 1 Lance level 2 Ellen level 1 Cow Hide Ash Lumber
Rope Dart Pouch 1 Ellen level 1 Hare Pelt Sewing Threads
Royal Navy Sea Service FlintlockBig Dave level 4 Special Iron Ingot Flints Gold Ore
Royal PistolBig Dave level 3 Special Iron Ingot Flints Silver Ore
Small Saddle Bags Big Dave level 4 Ellen level 3 Sewing Threads Copper Ore
Snare Pouch 1 Ellen level 1 Wolf Pelt Sewing Threads
Smoke Bomb Pouch Upgrade 1 Ellen level 1 Cow Hide Sewing Threads
Twin Holsters Ellen level 2 Wolf Pelt Rosewood Lumber
War TomahawkBig Dave level 2 Special Iron Ingot
Lincoln's Sword (Replica)Big Dave level 3 Special Iron Ingot Dyes
Trip Mine Pouch Upgrade 1 Ellen level 2 Cow Hide Fox Pelt Sewing Threads

Materials

Item Artisan 1 Artisan 2 Resource 1 Resource 2 Resourse 3
Barrels Lance level 1 Oak Lumber
Belt Buckles Big Dave level 2 Copper Ore
Black Powder Big Dave level 3 Sulfur Rock Salt Lead Ore
Buttons Lance level 2 Hickory Lumber
Candles Ellen level 1 Beeswax
Disinfectant Lyle level 1 Apples
Dyes Ellen level 2 Vegetables
Flints Big Dave level 2 Limestone Iron Ore Lead Ore
Flour Oliver level 1 Wheat
Glass Bottles Big Dave level 1 Sand
Inks Ellen level 2 Lance level 3 Madder
Linsey-WoolseyEllen level 1 Flax Wool
Nails Big Dave level 1 Iron Ore
Paper Lance level 2 Ellen level 1 Oak Bark Flax
Sewing Threads Ellen level 1 Wool
Weapon Blades Big Dave level 2 Iron Ore Charcoal
Weapon Handles Lance level 2 Maple Lumber

Price guides

The following tables show the prices in pounds sterling for the crafting of these items. It takes an item and accumulates the cost through the various stages of crafting beginning with the raw ingredients. The information below is applicable when all artisans are at the highest level.

Raw Ingredient Cost Ground Sale Naval Sale Ground Profit Naval Profit Purchasable
Farm Products
Apples 6 21 37 15 31
Barley 25 88 155 63 130
Beeswax 2 7 12 5 10
Cow Hide 15 53 94 38 79
Eggs 5 18 32 13 27
Flax 27 95 168 68 141
Fresh Water 5 18 32 13 27
Honey5 18 32 13 27
Milk 4 14 25 10 21
Pork17 60 106 43 89
Poultry Meat 16 56 99 40 83
Rye 30 105 185 75 155
Vegetables 8 28 49 20 41
Wheat 24 84 148 60 124
Wool 10 35 62 25 52
Forest
Ash Lumber 12 42 74 30 62
Charcoal 5 18 32 13 27
Hickory Lumber 30 105 185 75 155
Kindling 5 18 32 13 27
Maple Lumber 27 95 168 68 141
Oak Bark 3 11 20 8 17
Oak Lumber 8 28 49 20 41
Pine Lumber 15 53 94 38 79
Rosewood Lumber 32 56 59 24 27
Spruce Lumber 16 56 99 40 83
Walnut Lumber 10 35 62 25 52
Herbs
Catnip 3 11 19 8 16
Rosemary 7 25 43 18 36
Snakeroot 5 18 31 13 26
St. John's wort9 32 55 23 46
Madder 9 32 55 23 46
Hunting
Bear Pelt 240 840 1,464 600 1,224
Beaver Pelt 160 560 976 400 816
Deer Pelt 120 420 732 300 612
Fox Pelt 100 350 610 250 510
Hare Meat 20 70 122 50 102
Hare Pelt 30 105 183 75 153
Wolf Pelt 130 455 793 325 663
Bear Claws 0 35 85 35 85 X
Bear Grease
Beaver Teeth 0 35 85 35 85 X
Bobcat Pelt
Bobcat Claws
Castoreum 0 105 256 105 256 X
Cougar Pelt
Cougar Fangs
Deer Heart 0 35 85 35 85 X
Deer Marrow
Deer Tail 0 1 2 1 2 X
Elk Antlers 0 70 171 70 171 X
Elk Pelt 0 490 1,196 490 1,196 X
Elk Heart 0 35 85 35 85 X
Elk Meat 0 210 512 210 512 X
Fox Tail 0 70 171 70 171 X
Rabbit's Foot 0 14 34 14 34 X
Raccoon Pelt
Venison 0 140 342 140 342 X
Wolf Fangs 0 35 85 35 85 X
Minerals
Clay 8 28 49 20 41
Copper ore 15 53 93 38 78
Gold Ore 35 123 215 88 180
Iron Ore 12 42 74 30 62
Lead Ore 16 56 98 40 82
Limestone 10 35 61 25 51
Rock Salt 8 28 49 20 41
Silver Ore 32 112 196 80 164
Sand 3 11 19 8 16
Sulfur 22 77 135 55 113

The next table shows the profit that is available from various crafted items. The accumulated cost includes the cost of the raw materials plus the cost of creating the item.

Name Material 1 Material 2 Material 3 Accumulated Cost Land Price Naval price Land Profit Naval Profit Purchasable
Materials
Black Powder Sulfur Rock Salt Lead ore 196 263 458 67 262
Flour Wheat 49 175 305 126 256
Lindsey-Woolsey Flax Wool 187 228 397 41 210
Flints Limestone Iron Ore Lead Ore 188 228 397 40 209
Disinfectant Apples 31 109 190 78 159
Weapons Blades Iron Ore Charcoal 167 158 275 –9 108
Weapons Handles Maple Lumber 252 193 336 –59 84
Nails Iron Ore 162 140 244 –22 82
Buttons Hickory Lumber 255 193 336 –62 81
Belt Buckles Copper Ore 165 140 244 –25 79
Dyes Vegetables 158 123 214 –35 56
Sewing Threads Wool 160 123 214 –37 54
Glass Bottles Sand 153 105 183 –48 30
Candles Beeswax 152 95 165 –57 13
Barrel Oak Lumber 233 123 214 –10 –19
Paper Oak Bark Flax 405 193 336 –212 –69
Inks Madder 384 123 214 –261 –170
Alcohols
Spirits Rye Barrels Barley 180 233 946 53 766
Ales Barley Barrels 75 188 763 113 688
Ciders Apples Barrels 131 159 647 28 516
Clothing
Fine Clothing Lindsey-Woolsey Buttons Wolf Pelt 772 1,068 1,860 296 1,088
Quilts Lindsey-Woolsey Sewing Threads Dyes 780 928 1,617 148 837
Fine Shoes Beaver Pelt Belt Buckles 575 753 1,312 178 737
Boots Fox Pelt Belt Buckles 440 595 1,037 155 597
Fine Hats Beaver Pelt Hare Pelt 415 578 1,007 163 592
Wigs Wool Dyes Sewing Threads 703 648 1,129 –55 426
Belts Cow Hide Belt Buckles 330 420 732 90 402
Tool Belts Belt Buckles Cow Hide Nails 967 613 1,068 –354 101
Food
Meat Pies Pork Flour Hare Meat 186 497 865 311 679
Bread Milk Flour Eggs 158 434 757 276 599
Jugged Hare Hare Meat Vegetables 128 203 353 75 225
Shepherd’s Pie Pork Poultry Meat Vegetables 341 284 494 –57 153
Salt Rock Salt 258 123 214 –135 –44
Deer Marrow Soup Deer Marrow Vegetables Fresh Water 113 193 336 80 223 X
Salted Elk Meat Elk Meat Rock Salt 283 255 444 –28 161 X
Metalwork
Silver Rings Silver Ore 307 204 459 –103 152
Mining Tools Maple Lumber Iron Ore 589 238 536 –351 –53
Lanterns Candles Iron Ore 789 318 716 –471 –73
Woodworking Tools Hickory Lumber Iron Ore 642 244 549 –398 –93
War Supplies
Firearms Weapons Handles Iron Ore Flints 802 378 1,134 –424 332
Officers Swords Weapons Blades Weapons Handles Silver Ore 901 408 1,224 –493 323
Ship's Sails Lindsey-Woolsey Sewing Threads 797 308 924 –489 127
Swords Weapon's Blades Weapon's Handles 894 338 1,014 –556 120
Horseshoes Iron Ore Nails 549 176 527 –373 –22
Woodworks
Fine Furniture Walnut Lumber Pine Lumber Hickory Lumber 455 438 763 –17 308
Torches Black Powder Pine Lumber 1,111 728 1,267 –383 156
Furniture Walnut Lumber Pine Lumber 425 280 487 –145 62
Buckets Pine Lumber 415 193 336 –222 –79
Crates Walnut Lumber 410 175 305 –235 –105
Miscellaneous
Playing Cards Paper Dyes 888 630 1,096 –258 208
Blankets Lindsey-Woolsey 687 508 884 –179 197
Toy Dolls Wool Dyes 768 438 762 –330 –6
Bricks Clay 433 168 292 –265 –141
Glass Windows Sand Pine Lumber 968 396 689 –572 –279
Water Drum Ash Lumber Elk Pelt Bear Grease 462 567 987 105 525 X
Bear Pendant Bear Claws Elk Pelt Gold Ore 1,035 910 1,586 –125 551 X
Bear Rug Bear Pelt 715 665 1,159 –50 444 X
Mounted Elk Antlers Elk Antlers Spruce Lumber Beeswax 468 350 609 –118 141 X
Wolf Pendant Wolf Fangs Elk Pelt Silver Ore 1,200 735 1,279 –465 79 X
Rabbit Foot Charm Rabbit's Foot Silver Ore 582 364 633 –218 51 X
Bobcat Pendant Bobcat Claws Copper Ore 540 315 548 –225 8 X
Cougar Pendant Cougar Fangs Copper Ore 540 315 548 –225 8 X
Hair Accessory Deer Tail Sewing Threads 660 361 628 –299 –32 X
Medication
Bandages Lindsey-Woolsey Disinfectant 368 791 1,130 423 762
Duffy’s ElixirBarley Glass Bottles Rye 283 578 827 295 544
Cold Medicine Glass Bottles Catnip Barley 206 431 615 225 409
Digestive Tonic Flax Glass Bottles 280 480 686 200 406
Eye Drops Rosemary Glass Bottles 285 462 661 177 376
Cough Syrup Glass Bottles Honey 208 403 576 195 368
Skin Irritation Remedy Glass Bottles Rosemary St. Johns Wort 360 494 706 134 346
Snakebite Antidote Glass Bottles Snakeroot 383 403 576 20 193
Insect Repellent Glass Bottles Catnip 306 343 490 37 184
Stomachache Remedy Glass Bottles Catnip Charcoal 406 361 516 –45 110
PomadeBear Grease Deer Marrow 175 375 536 200 361 X
Soap Bear Grease Charcoal Rosemary 37 217 310 180 273 X

Reference

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Remember several weeks ago when I posted about making an Assassin’s Creed 3 costume piece for a LoadingReadyRun video? The post where I was like, “this turned out so well, it totally wasn’t even that tricky to do, isn’t it awesome” and then didn’t include a tutorial. Cuz I’m a jerk. Well this week I’ve got the full tutorial and pattern for you, so you can just feel bad about calling me a jerk now. Even though I’m the one that did that. Huh, I kinda feel bad. I think this is working.

All the Assassin’s Creed hoods (the ones from the core games anyway – I haven’t looked carefully at the others) are the same essential shape, but they’re all constructed differently. Probably a deliberate choice on the game designer’s part just to make cosplayers’ lives that little bit more challenging. Thanks so much, guys. I haven’t actually tried create any of the other hoods, but from the images I looked at this is probably the easiest hood to put together in terms of construction and not having weird bunching/gathering issues. I hate bunching/gathering issues.

Don't screw with me. I will come for you with my expensive knife-edged sewing shears.

You can read more about the original reason for this project here, and the see the LoadingReadyRun video for which I made the original hood here. And see our friend Cam looking waaaay more badass in it than I do. Although I bet I could do some serious damage with those very expensive, very sharp sewing shears you see stuffed down my sleeve. I’m small, but I’m fierce. And I carry scissors. Which are possibly even more important than a towel.

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What you’ll need

materials:

  • white, non-stretch fabric, about 1 1/2 to 2 yards (Honestly, I have to guess at how much I used, because I just took as much fabric as I need from two white sheets – one sheet (the thicker one) served as the hood’s exterior, and the other as the lining. I definitely recommend using cotton though, especially if you are actually going to cosplay with this, or wear it for any length of time. At any convention or sweaty costume party, you will be so much happier if your costume is made of fabrics that can actually breathe. The people standing near you will probably be a lot happier, too.)
  • white thread
  • two medium sized snap fasteners OR about 1 1/2 inches of white velcro

tools:

  • sewing machine
  • sewing scissors
  • straight pins
  • chopstick
  • sewing needle
  • iron & ironing board
  • pencil (a fabric pencil is best, if you have one – if not just use a normal pencil)
  • scotch tape
  • Assassin’s Creed 3 hood pattern– number 13. under “Sewing Patterns” (be sure to get Parts 1 AND 2!)

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Putting it all together

1) Start by printing out the pattern (both parts!) Part 1 and part 2 are each four pages, and will need to be taped together. On part 1, match up the 4 pieces of paper using the A—A and B—B lines to show you which edges connect to which other edges. Or just, y’know, look at the pieces and figure it out. On part 2, just use the first 3 pages, matching them up edge A to edge A and edge B to edge B. Set aside the fourth page (with the diamond and the eagle) for now.

Tape the appropriate papers together. Do not worry about margins and stuff, even if your printer (and it will) cuts off the printing on the edges of the paper so the lines don’t go all the way to the edge. Just match up the pieces of paper and all will be well.

Then cut out the pattern pieces from each set of taped-together papers. Where there are gaps in the lines because of printing margins, just follow the obvious place where the line should be till you get to the end of the gap and the continuation of the printed line. That was confusing as all hell. I trust that you can figure this out though – it’s just common sense, really.

 

2) Now you will pin your pattern pieces (which the ones in the picture look nothing like because they are the original drafts on butcher paper, rather than printed and taped-together patterns) to your fabric. Stack your fabric so you have FOUR layers of fabric in total: two layers of the lining fabric, and two layers of the outer hood fabric. If you’re using the same fabric for the lining and the outer hood*, just make sure you have four layers of that fabric. All flat, one on top of the other.

If your fabric is all wrinkled (like mine was), you should iron it first (like I didn’t – learn from my foolish mistakes).

Do this with the Hood Side piece and the Hood Middle piece.

*I fully recommend this – there’s no big reason not to use the same fabric for both. I just didn’t have quite enough left of either of my white sheets to do this with, so the remainder of one sheet became the lining, and the remainder of the other sheet (which was a nicer quality cloth) became the hood’s exterior.

 

3) You should now have four copies of the Hood Side piece (two for the lining, two for the exterior) and four copies of the Hood Middle piece (two for the lining, two for the exterior).

3b) See on the Hood Middle Piece pattern how there are two little dots along the pattern edge at one end? Make two little pencil marks at that same place on one of the Hood Middle pieces. Doesn’t matter which of the four pieces, just choose one.

Then set aside the Hood Side pieces for now, and match two of your Hood Middle pieces together. Pin them along their straight edge. Do the same thing with the other two Hood Middle pieces.

 

4) Sew along these edges, using a 3/8 inch seam allowance (in other words, just keep the edge of the fabric matched up with the edge of the presserfoot while sewing).

You should now have two pieces that look like this:

 

5) Open up each piece and press the middle seam flat.

 

6) Now, pair each sewn-together Hood Middle piece up with two of the Hood Side pieces. If you’re using different fabrics for the lining and the exterior, make sure the exterior fabric Hood Side pieces are paired with the exterior fabric Middle piece, and same with the lining.

Pin the curved edge of one Hood Side piece to the curved, outside edge of the Middle piece, making sure that their right sides are facing each other (so the seam of the Middle piece should be facing out towards you). Important note: the wider end of the Middle piece is the bottom and back of the hood.

 

7) Now stitch those pieces together along the pinned edge, again with a 3/8 seam allowance.

 

8) Pin the other Hood Side piece to the other side of the Middle piece, and sew them together. You will now have the basic hood, looking about the right shape and everything.

Give those new seams a bit of a pressing, at least at the ends – it gets a bit tricky to iron them down all the way along the middle of the hood, because the shape is so rounded.

 

9) Repeat steps 6-8 with the other Hood Side and Hood Middle pieces. You should now have two identical (except maybe for the fabric) hood shapes.

 

10) Leave one of the hoods inside out (seams showing), and turn the other hood right side out. Tuck the right side out hood into the inside out hood, so that the right sides of the two hoods are together. 

 

11) Match the hoods up at the front and back points and all the seams, pinning them there. Then pin the hoods together all the way around.

EXCEPT, remember those little pencil marks you made along the edge of one of the Hood Middle pieces? Find those, and put two pins in the fabric right next to each other at those marks. You’re going to leave the space between those double pins open and unsewn, so that you can turn the whole hood right side out.

 

12) Start at one of the double pin marks, and sew all the way around the hood till you get to the other double pin mark. Us a 3/8 inch seam allowance as before.

 

13) [Optional but helpful] Use the very tips of your scissors to cut a series of small lines from the edge of the fabric up to (but not through!) the seam line in those parts of the hood where the line curves significantly. Also, snip the pointy ends off all the corners (again being sure not to cut through the thread).

 

14) Using that gap you left between the layers, turn the whole thing right side out.

 

15) Push the lining layer of fabric inside the exterior, so the whole thing looks like a hood and not an empty balloon.

 

16) Use the pointy end of a chopstick inserted through the gap between layers to (gently!) push out all the corners. Then, at the edges of the hood, pull and roll the fabric a bit between your fingers, till both layers are pulled out right to the point where they’re stitched together. Did that make any sense at all? Basically, you want a totally smooth edge, and you don’t want a bunch of fabric still tucked up inside the hood. Pin along the edge as you go. When you get to the gap, just make sure the raw edges are tucked inside and evenly matched up, and pin the gap closed. 

 

17) Sew along the entire edge of the hood, stitching the gap closed and keeping the edges of the hood in place. This time, use about a 1/8 inch seam allowance. See the open space in the middle of your presserfoot? What I do is just match the edge of the fabric up with the edge of that space, and that’s about the right seam allowance.

 

18) Excellent, the main part of the hood is done! Now to add that eagle-embossed triangle at the front. Grab page 4 from part 2 of the pattern. Cut out the diamond shape, pin it to a double layer of fabric, and cut it out, so you have two of those diamond-shaped pieces of fabric. Again, maybe iron your fabric first. I really really should have. It’s easier to work with, especially if you’re drawing eagles onto it. Make two little pencil marks on one of the fabric diamonds, in the same place you see those two little dots along the edge of the pattern piece.

 

19) To add the detail of the eagle (which is not strictly necessary, but is a nice bit of attention to detail), place one of the fabric diamonds back overtop of the pattern piece. Then, using a pencil (a special fabric pencil is ideal, since its marks will thoroughly disappear in the wash), trace over the lines of the eagle. If you’re having trouble seeing those lines, pin the fabric to the pattern and hold it up against a window to do the tracing.

 

20) Now (and this is the somewhat tedious part), stitch over each of those lines. You probably want to go over each line two or three times. To get it to show up a little more, maybe use off-white thread, or put gray thread in just your bobbin, or use white and gray as your top threads (on most sewing machines, you can use two top threads at a time – just load them one beside the other onto the thread holder thingy and thread both of them through the machine together).  Or, if you want to skip the finicky stitching, you could use a small paintbrush and some off white fabric paint to add this detail. Puff paint would probably work. It’s supposed to be pretty subtle, and ideally won’t show up a ton.

 

21) Now place your eagle-embellished diamond on top of the other diamond and pin them together, right sides facing each other. Put a double pin at each of the little pencil marks you made along the edge of one of the diamonds, and do not sew that bit together.

Note: I actually decided to let the pencil-lined side of my eagle be the “right” side, that would be seen on the finished hood. The pencil lines, mostly covered by the thread, made the eagle show up a little more – though they will probably come out entirely in the wash – and even when one is careful, the upward-facing side of anything being sewn with a machine tends to be at least a little tidier than the reverse side.

 

22) Starting at one double pin spot, sew around the diamond till you get to the other double pin spot (1/8 inch seam allowance here). You should then have a piece like this, with a little gap in one side:

 

23) Use the gap to turn the piece right side out, poke the corners out gently with a chopstick, and do that thing with the edges to get them all nice and flat and pulled out. Tuck the raw edges in at the gap, and pin the gap closed. Then give the piece a quick ironing.

 

24) Pin the diamond to the front of the hood piece, making sure it is centered. Let the very bottom tip of the diamond overhang the actual hood fabric slightly.

 

25) Stitch around the edges of the diamond, again with a 1/8 inch seam allowance.

 

26) Sew some snap fasteners (or a bit of velcro) to the front bottom flaps of the hood to close it. And finally, especially if you used cotton, you probably want to give the whole thing a good ironing.

 

27) Destroy your enemies! Or just, y’know, pose for badass photos at the next convention you attend.

 

And on the topic of hoods, if you’re into dressing up as something a little more huggable (or need a really simple, two-piece pattern hood tutorial for some other project), try this post.

 

 

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  • What is the best weapon in the remaster?
  • How do i fine the last mechant in south boston?
  • Can I put the bear/wolf/cougar pendant on Connor? Or will it be put in his room at the Homestead?
  • Where can I find Gold ore?
  • Why no horse commands?
  • What is the story prior to this game?
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  • Is it glitched? Hunting Challenges 3: Complete hunting map Glitched?
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  • Privateer Missions - Raiding the Prospector & The Giant and the Storm - Hints??
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  • How do I Assign assassin to defend convoy??
  • Info about the AC3 Washington Edition ?
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  • Is the Boston Brawler tournament replayable?
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  • Is it better for the map up on the trees?
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  • How do I solve winning all games on the homestead?
  • Defeat Connor?
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  • Is the Season Pass linked to your PSN, or just your HDD?
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  • Assassins guild mayor problem?
  • Replaying missions?
  • Naval Battle: Expose Gunpowder?
  • Cant go back into the animus?
  • The truth will out trophy help?
  • Can you play as young Connor again?
  • How do I solve the New York Underground?
  • Huge lag/freeze problem please help?
  • Mulitplayer Trophys without UPlay Pass?
  • How do I fet a pivot in a house?
  • How do I beat. charles lee?
  • How to fix a stuck pivot?
  • Why does the game not let me kill people?
  • Glitched pivot?
  • getting no pelt when I hunt ?
  • Aquila colours?
  • Frontier Scripted Notoriety?
  • Connor and Haytham Viewpoints?
  • How do I get past (frontier viewpoints)?
  • Resetting convoys?
  • Ubisoft multiplayer code problem?
  • Where are the Peg Leg Trinkets?
  • Where can I find (DaVinci flying machine) ?
  • Any game breaking bugs I should be aware of?
  • Tomahawks?
  • Do you really need to use the Hunting in the game really after the begging of Conner's story?
  • I can't get any more special iron ingots?
  • Delivery Requests Bug?? Help
  • Rope darts?
  • Game keeps crashing during the Homestead Mission "Silent Killer"?
  • Can I send all of one kind of resources on one convoy?
  • Sequence 7-8 jumping glitch??
  • Deborah Carter Glitch???
  • Warrior costumes? [Multiplayer]
  • Ps3 control setup?
  • Thieves Guild Set 3 didn't show up?
  • Is the Hidden Secrets Pack DLC the same as?
  • Hunting Society glitch?
  • Starting a Riot: what's the point???
  • At 66% in frontiersman task?
  • Sequence 7?
  • Opening Chests?
  • How do I earn the multiplayer Visionary Accolade?
  • How exactly do you defend your attacked convoy?
  • Trouble with Multiplayer relics?
  • When did Haytham and Ziio "make" Connor?
  • Why does the game keep telling me subtitels (i dont anderstand)?
  • Encyclopedia of the Common Man Help??
  • Any1 got 1 sharpshooter code that can give me?
  • Money problems?
  • How to lose your sword if you've already opened every chest?
  • Why does the game keep telling me (the Subtitles)?
  • Noterioty in the frontier?
  • Disappearing Privateer Mission?
  • Jacob Zenger stuck at 90% what should I do?
  • Anyone have a NOS energy drink Sharpshooter code for Ps3?
  • Dobby Carter as an assasssin?
  • Does cloud sinc do anything?
  • Am I the only one that can't get the Trinity viewpoint to sync?
  • How do I get past (use each assassin abilities twice)?
  • What are the different plate trophies?
  • Washingtons sword recipie GLITCH?
  • Shard of eden?
  • Is there a way around the UFO mission glitch after the patch?
  • Anyone have Assassin's Creed 3 Redcoat Code to trade for PS3?
  • Where is the gameplay that was shown at E3?
  • Encyclopedia of the common man glitch?
  • Where can i find jaegers for the brawler challenges after completing the game?
  • Where is the location of the entrance of the Grand Temple?
  • What is the best strategy for beating Raiding the Prospector in 1m 30s?
  • Royal Pistol glitch?
  • Abstergo score?
  • How do you find all the trinkets in the frontier?
  • NY West District Contact?
  • How do I beat Redcoat Swordsmen?
  • How do I get past sequence 8?
  • Where can I find (Silver Ore)?
  • Pre-Ordered & never heard about Captain of Aquila & Colonial Assassin?
  • Just finished the game, did I permanently miss any trophy?
  • Can't find the mission?
  • How do i repair a stage coach?
  • How do I solve Man-Eater?
  • Why cant i get a "hold" of ropebeater?
  • Where can I find Beavers in Valley Forge?
  • Do u need the recipe to craft an item?
  • Duncan Little isn't appearing in the tavern in North Boston. Help please?
  • Can i use abe's sword??
  • Where can I find my tomahawk ??
  • How do I equip captain kidd's sawtooth cutlass?
  • Cheats?
  • Trophy help?
  • No more ingots?
  • How do I get past unconvinced?
  • What's the connection between ezio and connor??
  • How do you disarm a jager and kill him with his own weapon?
  • Can't play online?
  • Can I level Up in Multiplayer with just two players?
  • I need help finding recruits?
  • Connor hairstyles ?
  • How do the cheats work?
  • Naval convoy risk reduction help?
  • Issue with Sequence 4, Mission 3 replay (Hunting Lessons)?
  • Have all Amanac pages and all 9 inventions but only 89%?
  • How do I get Deborah Dobby Carter? Glitch?
  • Boston brawlers?
  • Where do I unlock the flintlock musket?
  • What are saddle bags for?
  • Make snipers fall to their death 5 times?
  • Best Pistol?
  • South Boston undergroundentrance?
  • How do I get to this area in Boston Underground?
  • How do I get to the feather at the very top of the map?
  • Deborah Carter?
  • How do I find the liberation contacts after I have completed all the missions?
  • Twin Holsters Help?
  • Where are the Land Convoy Merchant destinations?
  • Where do i listen to all Washingtons conversations?
  • What is the best strategy for exposing a ship's weak point?
  • Boston Delivery?
  • Leveling to make new stuff?
  • AC Brotherhood and. Revelations?
  • UPlay unlockables - Pouch Upgrades?
  • Outfits dont move to a new file after beat the game?
  • Prize for 100% sync?
  • How do I solve (Unidentified Flying Object)?
  • What other outfits should appear in the Manor basement?
  • I've been invited to join the Hunter club, but I can't find the Hunter's outpost?
  • Does any one know how to use the "Accounting Book" in AC3?
  • Animus Hack?
  • No-kill convoy?
  • Pivots and Boosts?
  • How do i recuit assassian's?
  • I need to know how to get FLINT and DYE to craft the Royal Pistol and Abe's Sword?
  • Artisans level help?
  • Anyone else having trouble with Delivery Missions?
  • Hunting Society Missions Glitch?
  • AC3 game wont go past sequence 9 mission 6 wont go past father and son?
  • Feathers?
  • My homestead missions wont show up after i completed most of them?
  • encyclopedia of man - Assassin Creed 3?
  • How do i get Iron and Silver ore to craft things?
  • Why cant i find a convoy to rob?
  • Is there a ceremony when assassin recruits reach level 11??
  • Tackle from above?
  • How many almanac pages can Haytham obtain?
  • Where I can find bobcats and cougar?
  • Where do I make the 50m dive for the third frontier challenge?
  • Where can I find the different clubs located in Assassin's Creed 3?
  • Multiplayer tips?
  • Uplay passport glitch?
  • Where can I find Big Dave's hammer parts??
  • How to get the Trophy "The Art of Conversation?"
  • Do the items I buy while playing as Haytham go to Connor?
  • MAJOR 100% Sync GLITCH HELP?
  • Where can I look at the club challenge progression?
  • Free Erudito points?
  • Can you change your assassin recruit's weapons?
  • Can't do a 3 kill combo?
  • How can I get back connors hair after completing the game?
  • Missing Treasure Chest?
  • Where can I find the Pirate Flintlock Musket from the DLC in the Box?
  • Is normal that the Tailor stops selling stuff?
  • What is the best Tomahawk?
  • I cant place pivots ?
  • How to "Catch a courier"?
  • What are the best weapons?
  • Boston Tea Party Optional Objectives?
  • Recieving popup on acquiring item same item everywhere I go help?
  • Where do I find the bear?
  • Where can I get cow hide?
  • when does the mayan temple mission and sawtooth sword (DLC content) become available?
  • When will the patches get here?
  • What is better, Washington Battlesword or Lincoln's Sword?
  • Hunting society locations?
  • How do I scan the Lumbers?
  • Where are the Aquila upgrades and what are they?
  • How do I use 2 of the same pistol?
  • How do you upgrade assassin recruits?
  • DLC/Pre order stuff nowhere to be seen?
  • Where to listen Washington and stuck at 66% Assassination Contract ?
  • Where do you find guard dogs to lure away using bait?
  • Where can I get the Washington Battlesword?
  • What mission is the crossover in liberation and this one?
  • Mini Game?
  • Is there a way to get Captain of Aquila and Colonial Assassin outfit without Pre-order?
  • How do you reveal powder kegs?
  • What is the best strategy for Acheving "Kill/hunt from hourse back"?
  • Where is the man-eater Quest?
  • Homestead missions help?
  • Tracker Grid?
  • The Giant and the Storm?
  • North Boston Assassin?
  • What is AOB?
  • Dual pistol?
  • Frontier Feather?
  • Underground map?
  • How do you recruit more artisans?
  • How do I beat tom the swordsman?
  • Frontier store and fast travel locations?
  • Homestead Mission: The Proper Tools?
  • Where are Jaegers?
  • Beaver in Valley Forge?
  • Where can I find sewing threads ?
  • Disarm?
  • How does enemy detection work in WolfPack?
  • Chase hickey?
  • Time Trial/Against the Clock sections?
  • How high can you level all the recruits?
  • Start of New York chase sequence?
  • Why wont 2 Liberation contract people are not showing up in new york?
  • Missing homestead mission icon?
  • Why are there No Pivots?
  • Where can I find Cow Hide?
  • Magic Lantern Puzzle (double headed eagle of the east)?
  • Does holding R1 make you climb buildings faster?
  • North New York Liberation icon is missing, anyone know what to do?
  • Homestead missions missing?
  • How do I get past Johnson and Pitcairn?
  • Where can I find the clothes u buy from the general store?
  • I crafted an item but cant equip it?
  • How do I start "A dangerous secret" and "Ghost of War" Downloads?
  • How do i disable weapons on Conner?
  • How do I solve (New York Magic Lantern solution)?
  • Recruiting Artisans?
  • Weapon from DLC wont show help?
  • Where can I find the armoury in davenport homestead?
  • Artisan levels?
  • Stuck as adult Connor?
  • Last Frontier Feather?
  • Frontiersmen Glitch?
  • Do I buy shops like in AC revelations?
  • How do I beat (the wild animals)?
  • Hunting Location?
  • How do I beat the officers that can block mostly everything?
  • Where can I get the Desmond Miles outfit???
  • How do I get past (sequence 04)?
  • Where can I find Beavers?
  • Why is there no in-game music?
  • The Tea Party?
  • Bow and Arrow Issues?? :(
  • What is the best strategy for bobcat hunt Frontier Mission?
  • Fast Travel Spot in Frontier's Monmouth won't show up, why?
  • How do I put the hood back on after I beat the game?
  • Where can I find redwood lumber?
  • Where can I find Special Iron Ingots?
  • Where do you find people so you can make more items in the homestead?
  • I've brought outfits from the store and they don't show up on the stands in the manor basement?
  • Where can I do crafts in Boston?
  • Liberation Contract?
  • How do you unlock every area of the maps?
  • Where can I find the brewery in boston?
  • How do I access "The Tyranny of King Washington" DLC?
  • How do I go about performing the "Drop Assassination"?
  • Do you still buy armor in AC3?
  • I need help blending in sequence 2. Please?
  • Cant buy erudito points?
  • How do I gain much money and the build the homestead?
  • How do i recruit assassins?
  • My assassins group??
  • How do you do a Quick Assassination?
  • Nine Man's Morris?
  • Pontiac's Warclub :?
  • What do I do outside the animus when I see Juno?
  • Multiplayer problem ?
  • Where can I find Special Iron Ingot?
  • Where are all the emails?
  • Can anyone tell me when you get the white assassin outfit?
  • Where in the Artbook from the Special Edition is Page 11?
  • Why doesn't the cut scene happen after I spot the eagle vision subject?
  • Beginning Side Quest?
  • Embarrassing question but, where the heck are the shops?!
  • How do I get another convoy?
  • if i didn't like ACII will i not like this?

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