Introducing the Crafting Workshop! Use new Ingredients to craft items that can be sold for a profit, or used to decorate your farm! Upon entering FarmVille 2, you will see the following pop up.
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Click on "Place Crafting Workshop" to get started.
Once you have finished building your Crafting Workshop, you can begin crafting items, which will earn you Coins and XP. In addition to this, some of the Recipes you craft can be used to decorate your farm. After you open the Crafting Workshop, you will see which items you are able to craft. The items available to you depend on a couple of things:
There are three different stations inside the Workshop for three different types of Recipes you can Craft:
Note: Rotate the Workshop to view a different station!
Crafting Workshop Recipes require new Resources and Ingredients. Here’s what they are and how to get them:
Ingredients: Raw ingredients come from your farm or Neighbors. Get them by harvesting Crops and Trees, feeding your Animals and visiting your Neighbors. Some Ingredients can only be obtained from your friends, so be sure to ask nicely!
Are you in a hurry to craft, but don't have the Ingredients you need? You can purchase Ingredients with Farm Bucks from the Recipe Card (see below).
Note: You can see which Recipe(s) a crop, tree, or animal product goes into when you mouse over its icon in the general store:
Crafted Goods: These are Recipes that you make in your Crafting Workshop from raw Ingredients. Use them to complete Final Recipes (see description below), which can then be sold in your Market Stand. Completed Crafted Goods, such as Blueberry Dye, Blue Fabric, and Wool Thread, cannot be sold.
Finished Products (Final Recipes): These are Recipes that you can sell for coins in your Market Stand. These Recipes require Crafted Goods to complete. They are marked with a star symbol.
Finished Products (Decorations): These are Recipes that you can place on your farm as decorations and stored in your Inventory. These Recipes require Crafted Goods to complete. They are marked with an Inventory symbol.
The Crafting Workshop Menu displays all of the Recipes you currently have available. To access this menu, simply click on the Workshop.
The Recipe thumbnails have symbols on them to indicate different things:
Star: These are Recipes that you can sell for coins in your Market Stand. These Recipes require Crafted Goods to complete.
Inventory: This symbol is used to indicate a Recipe that can be placed on your farm as decorations and also be stored in your Inventory.
Padlock: This symbol is used to indicate a Recipe that has a Level Requirement higher than your current level. To find out which level you need to be on to unlock a certain recipe, simply hover over the Recipe Card.
Recipe card thumbnails are arranged in a column. These columns are referred to as Recipe Chains. Recipe Chains are designed to show you the natural progression of a Final Recipe, so you are able to create the Finished Product easier. For example:
The Leather Coinpurse is the Final Recipe in this Chain. It requires the first two Crafted Goods (Leather Pouch + Metal Sheet) in this Chain to complete.
Note: Clicking the green "Go Home" button in the corner of a recipe card will take you back to the Recipe thumbnail screen in your Workshop.
Some Recipes require a Crafted Goods instead of Ingredients. If you come across a Recipe like this, you may feel a bit confused. But no need to worry, making the required Crafted Good is simple! Just click on the "Craft" button located under the Good you need to make. This will open up the applicable Recipe Card.
nce you have all the ingredients that you need to finish your Recipe, click the "Make 1" button on the Recipe Card. It should turn green to let you know that you're ready to go.
After you click "Make It," your recipe should craft instantly. Once it's made, it will pop out of the station and dance merrily around your Workshop before placing itself into your inventory. Don't worry if you don't mouse over it fast enough to scoop it up—it will go there automatically!
Creating all of those great products isn't easy. To stay in business, the Crafting Workshop requires Power (Crafting Energy). Every time you use your Workshop to make a Recipe, it will deduct from your power reserves. The amount of power you have left can be found at the bottom of the Crafting Menu.
Note: Both the Crafting Workshop and the Crafting Kitchen use Power.
Out of power? There are a few different ways to get more:
You can decorate your farm with Finished Products, such as Fences. If you would like to place a crafted item on your farm, open your Inventory and select the "ENTER" tab to find your items. Not ready to decorate? No problem, simply keep it in your Inventory until you want to use it.
Once you're finished Crafting, it's time to earn some money! Your Finished Products can be sold in your Market Stand for Coin. The more difficult the Recipe, the higher the Coin yield will be. As a reminder, you won't be able to sell Crafted Goods in the Market. Only Ingredients and Finished Products can be sold.
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