Saturday, August 22, 2015

Dying Clothes

Today I'd like to offer some directions on dying your clothing! Here are the step-by-step directions:

  1. Get a paint bucket (any color you choose) and the article of clothing you would like to dye. (Please note, not all clothing articles can be dyed. But you can get that info. from each individual page on the SC Wiki)
  2. Place fuel in the furnace, and put both the paint bucket and desired piece of clothing in the top of the furnace, as shown below: (picture by Ivan from SC Wiki)
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And there you have it! Dyed clothing ;)

Here are some links to help you with the process:
Happy Crafting!! ;) 

Saturday, August 15, 2015

SC Wiki Update

I'm very pleased to say that the Contributor of the Week page on the SC Wiki is back!! It wasn't updated for some time, but it was suggested to me that I update again. I think it was a wonderful idea, and I'd love for some new users to help out! So if you're interested, a link will be provided below with instructions on how to join ;)

And congrats to Aylinerik for winning this week! You can congratulate her here:

Want to join? Visit these links ;) - SC Wiki Homepage - Contains directions if you would like to join - Be sure to visit the Contributor of the Week page!! Will be updated every Saturday morning.

Up next time: Some clothing info.

Tuesday, August 11, 2015


I haven't really tried out the carpet in SC yet, but I plan to shortly.

Today I'd like to offer the crafting recipe for carpet, along with some other notes ;)

Crafting takes 9 pieces of canvas, which are crafted from 9 cotton wads (yields 3 canvas). The recipe yields 6 pieces of carpet:

Craft canvas

Carpet craft

For just 6 pieces of carpet, you will need a total of 18 cotton wads. Looks like this is gonna be a long term project for me ;) I don't grow much cotton...

The nice thing is you can dye the carpet all 16 available colors, and it makes your interior "cozy". I love me a cozy room ;) They will not allow heat to flow in or out of your home. But be careful, as rainfall or snowfall will destroy your carpet. Not for outdoor use!!

Here are the color possibilities (pic provided by Gvbacci on SC wiki):


You can visit the carpet page on the SC wiki at this link:

Saturday, August 1, 2015

Crafting Spears

Hello all, and welcome ;)

Today I'd like to provide crafting recipes for each spear. You can also go to the links provided at the bottom of the page to view more info on spears.

The wooden spear is very easy to make, as you only need three planks and two sticks to craft! These are cheap and easy materials to obtain. And once thrown, you can retrieve it. But be careful! They can stick into soft blocks or bounce off of your target and hurt you.

Craft a wooden spear

The stone spear is fairly easy to make, as you only need three cobblestone blocks and two sticks to craft! These are cheap and fairly easy materials to obtain.

 Craft a stone spear

The iron spear can be difficult to make, as you need three iron ingots and two sticks to craft. That means mining is necessary before upgrading to this spear.

Craft an iron spear

Diamond Tip:
The diamond tip spear is difficult to make, as you need three diamonds and iron spears (one per three diamonds) to craft. That means extensive mining is necessary before upgrading to this spear. This spear is very durable, but quite expensive to craft. It takes three diamonds per spear!!

Craft a diamond spear