Silk Fibre / Thread / Fabric (Mulberry Seeds) – Spiritfarer

Getting Silk Fibre
Silk
Material Type Cloths
Bought From Oxbury Raccoon Shop
Related Facility
Output
  • Silk Fibre (from Mulberry Seeds)
  • Silk Thread (from Silk Fibre)
  • Silk Fabric (from Silk Thread)
Uses
Buying Price 2,000 Glims (per Mulberry seed)
Selling Price
  • 1,000 Glims (per seed)
  • 100 Glims (per fibre)
  • 75 Glims (per thread)
  • 55 Glims (per fabric)

Silk is part of Spiritfarer’s group of cloth materials. You can first get silk as mulberry seeds from the Oxbury Raccoon Inc. Shop. These seeds are then grown in your ship Orchard as silk fibre before being woven in the Loom into silk thread and silk fabric.

Collectively, these silk materials can be used to craft 6 construction improvements.

Where To Get Mulberry Seeds

Buying mulberry seeds / Spiritfarer
Buying mulberry seeds.

Mulberry seeds are exclusively purchased from the Oxbury Raccoon Shop, at X: 233, Y: 18. This requires the Rock Destroyer Boat Improvement to reach.

Once you have the improvement, head towards the island to find the Raccoon Shop Inc. branch in the middle of its village.

Here, you’ll find mulberry seeds priced at a whopping 2,000 Glims apiece.

How To Grow Silk Fibre

Harvesting silk fibre from the mulberry tree in your orchard / Spiritfarer
Harvesting silk fibre from the mulberry tree in your orchard.

Mulberry seeds are planted in the Orchard. Which means that you need to have this building first.

Once it’s built, go ahead and plant your mulberry seed on any of the two plots of land inside. This building essentially works similarly to the Field and Garden, and you will need to water the plant regularly until it grows into a mulberry tree.

Of course, you also have the option of playing the “Plantasia Fantastica” music minigame to make your tree grow and bear silk fibre faster.

Once the tree is fully grown you’ll be rewarded with 5 silk fibres with every harvest.

How To Make Silk Thread

Weaving silk thread in the loom / Spiritfarer
Weaving silk thread in the loom.

To start weaving silk thread, head inside your Loom and put the fibre into the machine. If you wish, you can input up to 50 silk fibres.

Once you confirm, Stella’s everlight will turn into a weaving tool, and you will need to hold it until it lines up with the indicator in the machine before letting go.

The closer you get to this indicator, the more silk fibre you will get. The minimum output is 1, while the maximum output is 3.

How To Make Silk Fabric

Making silk fabric from silk thread / Spiritfarer
Making silk fabric from silk thread.

Turning silk thread into silk fabric requires upgrading the Loom, which you can also read about in our Loom Guide.

Once the Loom has been upgraded, just put in some silk thread and play the same weaving minigame.

Again, the closer you get to the indicator, the more fabric you get, with a maximum output of 3 silk fabrics per 1 silk thread.

Using Silk

Here are all of the in-game building improvements you can make using silk materials:

Silk Fibre
Construction/Improvement Materials
Bruce and Mickey’s Crib Improvement (Liquor Table)
  • 12 Silk Fibres
  • 2 Crystal Glass Sheets
  • 2 Silver Ingots
  • 710 Glims
Silk Thread
Construction/Improvement Materials
Gustav’s Gallery Improvement (Vintage Modernist Desk)
  • 8 Silk Threads
  • 12 Ash Planks
  • 4 Marbles
  • 6 Silver Ingots
  • 700 Glims
Silk Fabric
Construction/Improvement Materials
Buck’s Lair of Wonders Improvement (Various Figurines)
  • 11 Silk Fabrics
  • 2 Gold Ingots
  • 1 Diamond
  • 5 Silver Ingots
  • 1,500 Glims
Buck’s Lair of Wonders Improvement (Powerful Weapons)
  • 13 Silk Fabrics
  • 8 Pine Planks
  • 1 Electrum Sheet
  • 1 Steel Sheet
  • 1,000 Glims
Cow Stall Improvement
  • 18 Silk Fabrics
  • 3 Fireglows
  • 5 XP Potions
  • 790 Glims
Cellar Improvement
  • 12 Silk Fabrics
  • 7 Bottled Ectoplasms
  • 1 Hematite
  • 795 Glims

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