Strip of cloth

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Not to be confused with bolt of cloth.
Strip of cloth detail.png

A strip of cloth can be made at a loom using the Crafting skill. Two balls of wool and level 1 Crafting are needed to make one, and players receive 1.2 experience points for doing so. It is used to make wizard armour.

It is also used in the Regicide quest as a fuse for the barrel bomb that players make in the quest. It is also used in the Some Like It Cold quest to make the penguins' outfits.

Strips of cloth are also used in the God Emissaries tasks to make a flag in 4 village squares to contact "agents". Making all 4 flags awards 7500 Crafting experience.

Strips of cloth can also be requested as part of a Menaphos City Quest.

Creation[edit | edit source]

Strip of cloth.png Strip of cloth
Crafting-Hourglass.pngMake-X GE icon.png
1.2 XP-4 (2.4s) 1,232
Crafting Crafting level1
Loom Must be performed at a loom
F2P icon.png Free-to-play
Ball of wool.pngBall of wool21,1182,236

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Update history[edit | edit source]

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  • ninja 9 October 2017 (Update):
    • Strips of cloth now require two balls of wool instead of four.
    • Wizard armour can now be crafted from strips of cloth, as can the wand and book.
    • The strip of cloth used in Regicide can now be spun in free worlds. The required Crafting level has been reduced from level ten to level one.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • They used to be known as bolts of cloth. When Construction was released, many players tried to substitute this item for the bolt of cloth, as the strips were cheaper, but this did not work. The name was changed a week later to avoid further confusion.