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Animal Crossing New Horizons: Complete Guide for DIY Recipes

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Animal Crossing New Horizons: Complete Guide for DIY Recipes
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Check out our complete guide to Crafting DIY Recipes in Animal Crossing New Horizons. Here is also a list of Receipes, materials and tools.

Animal Crossing New Horizons: Complete Guide for DIY Recipes

In Animal Crossing New Horizons, a brand new feature allows you to craft objects and tools. To do this, you must collect the necessary materials and go to Tom Nook's workshop to use his workbench. This is only valid for the first few hours of play, as after that you will be able to use your own workbench.

Using your Nookphone, you can access a list of all available DIY (Do It Yourself) recipes. For example, on this screen, you can see that you need 3 tree branches to create a campfire.

Animal Crossing: New Horizons

How to unlock new Recipes

As the game is not released yet, we just know that you'll be able to unlock new Recipes by finding new items and speak to Villagers.

List of Materials

Tree Branch

Shake a tree to get some easily.

Wood

Use the axe to weaken the tree and make it fall.

Hardwood

Use the axe to weaken the tree and make it fall.

Softwood

Use the axe to weaken the tree and make it fall.

Stone

Strike a rock to get some.

Clay

Use a tool to hit a rock and get some.

Iron Nugget

Strike a rock to get some.

Fruits

To pick up from the trees

Furnitures

To buy or get

Flowers

To pick

Weeds

To pick

List of already known crafts

Flimsy Axe

5 tree branch

1 stone

Vaulting pole

5 softwood

Flimsy shovel

5 hardwood

Flimsy net

5 tree branch

Flimsy Watering Can

5 softwood

Flimsy Fishing Rod

5 tree branch

Campfire

3 tree branch

Clothesline

6 softwood

Signpost

2 hardwood

3 softwood

Tiny Library

5 wood

3 books

Classic Pitcher

4 clay

Log Bench

7 hardwood

Wooden Washtub

3 softwood

Frying Pan

2 Iron Nugget

Coconut Juice

1 coconut

Oil-Barrel Bathtub

1 oil barrel

1 campfire

2 stones

Birdbath

4 stones

Tulip Crown

2 red tulips

2 yellow tulips

1 white tulip

Leaf

5 weeds

Stone Stool

3 stones

Bonfire

1 campfire

10 wood

Animal Crossing: New Horizons: List of confirmed villagers

Redesigned colors, improved rendering and fully modified clothing: more than 100 villagers had a facelift before joining the adventure on Animal Crossing New Horizons!

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