Little Alchemy 2: How To Make Fabric [All Methods]

All methods to easily make Fabric in Little Alchemy 2.

Fabric is quite a valuable item to possess in Little Alchemy 2, with it having applications virtually everywhere in the game. We are here to explain all methods to make Fabric in Little Alchemy. There are a total of 3 ways, so read on to know exactly how to conjure up your own fabric.

Key Takeaways
  • There are 3 main ways to make Fabric.
  • The 2 quickest ways to make Fabric is either with Time or without Time.
  • Depending on available resources, choose accordingly which way you will be opting for the creation of fabric
  • Fabric is used in many other recipes, so it is a useful element to possess.
  • The main requirement to make Fabric is Thread.

Methods To Make Fabric In Little Alchemy 2

In order to make Fabric in Little Alchemy 2, there are a total of 3 methods. The common ingredient in all these methods is, obviously, thread combined with one of the following; a Machine, a Tool, or a Wheel. The following are the methods:

  1. Thread + Machine
  2. Thread + Tool
  3. Thread + Wheel

Fastest Way To Make Fabric

what fabric looks like in little alchemy 2
Fabric in Little Alchemy 2

The following methods are the easiest methods to procure a batch of Fabric. The two quickest methods include either with time or without. Have a gander, and create some fabric; it will probably be of use!

Making Fabric With Time

  1. Firstly, we begin by combining Water with another Water to create a Puddle.
  2. Then, combine two Puddles together to make a Pond.
  3. Now combine two Ponds and come out with a Lake.
  4. Combine two Lakes to make a Sea.
  5. Combine Earth and Sea to make a Primordial Soup.
  6. Join together the Primordial Soup with Time to create Life.
  7. Earth and Life join together now to make Soil.
  8. We then combine Life with Soil making a Plant.
  9. Now, two piles of Earth are combined together to make Land.
  10. Then we combine two chunks of Land to make a Continent.
  11. Now we combine a Continent with another Continent to come out with a Planet.
  12. Air is now combined with a Planet to create an Atmosphere.
  13. The Atmosphere is now joined with Water leaving us with Clouds.
  14. Plant and Cloud now combine to make Cotton.
  15. Two pieces of Cotton are combined, which leaves us with Thread
  16. Now, we combine Water and Earth to make Mud.
  17. Air and Air are then combined to procure Pressure.
  18. Then, Earth and Pressure are combined to make Stone
  19. We then combine Mud with Stone to make Clay.
  20. Clay is then joined with Life to make a Human.
  21. Then, Human is joined together with Stone leaving us with a Tool
  22. Finally, we joined together Thread and Tool, making us the end product, Fabric.

Making Fabric Without Time

If for some reason, you are unable to use Time to help create Fabric, there is another way. Through this method, you will not need Time, and can still have the same end result. 

  1. Firstly, we begin by combining Water with another Water to create a Puddle.
  2. Then, combine two Puddles together to make a Pond.
  3. Now combine two Ponds and come out with a Lake.
  4. Combine two Lakes to make a Sea.
  5. Combine Earth and Sea to make a Primordial Soup.
  6. Then we combine Fire with Fire to procure Energy.
  7. We then join Primordial Soup with Energy to create Life.
  8. Then, Earth and Life are combined together to create Soil.
  9. Life is then joined with Soil to create a Plant.
  10. Now, two piles of Earth are combined together to make Land.
  11. Then we combine two chunks of Land to make a Continent.
  12. Now we combine a Continent with another Continent to come out with a Planet.
  13. Air is now combined with a Planet to create an Atmosphere.
  14. The Atmosphere is now joined with Water leaving us with Clouds.
  15. Plant and Cloud now combine to make Cotton.
  16. Two pieces of Cotton are combined, which leaves us with Thread
  17. Now, we combine Water and Earth to make Mud.
  18. Air and Air are then combined to procure Pressure.
  19. Then, Earth and Pressure are combined to make Stone
  20. We then combine Mud with Stone to make Clay.
  21. Clay is then joined with Life to make a Human.
  22. Then, Human is joined together with Stone leaving us with a Tool
  23. Finally, we joined together Thread and Tool, making us the end product, Fabric.

Uses For Fabric In Little Alchemy 2

Now that we have created Fabric using the two methods listed above, where do we actually use this? The following table lists which recipes are Fabric used and what is combined with Fabric. 

Element Recipe
Apron
  • Fabric + Cook
  • Fabric + Baker
Armor
  • Fabric + Metal
  • Fabric + Steel
Bandage
Canvas
  • Fabric + Paint
Cashmere
  • Fabric + Mountain Goat
Cotton
  • Fabric + Plant
Drum 
Mummy
  • Fabric + Pyramid
  • Fabric + Corpse
Parachute
  • Fabric + Pilot
  • Fabric + Airplane
Picnic
  • Fabric + Sandwich
Saddle
  • Fabric + Horse
Sailboat
  • Fabric + Boat
  • Fabric + Steamboat
Sandpaper
Smoke Signal
  • Fabric + Campfire
  • Fabric + Smoke
Tent
  • Fabric + Wood
  • Fabric + House
  • Fabric + Village
  •  
  • Fabric + Wall
Umbrella
  • Fabric + Rain
  • Fabric + Storm
Wagon
  • Fabric + Cart
Web
  • Fabric + Spider

Final Thoughts

The process of making Fabric in Little Alchemy 2 is a fairly easy one, and you will be making your own fabric in no time! In the meantime, check out our guide on Little Alchemy 2: All Cheats & Combinations; this should keep you updated on other stuff you may want to make yourself. Let us know in the comments below if you would like more guides like this.

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