There’s something so satisfying about making and curating the massive farm of your dream in Ooblets, but if you want to go big, you’re going to need a lot of ooblets clothlets before you can actually get crafting. This essential item is actually pretty tough to find and grow, so you might be forgiven for running out of these, especially as your farm expansions start to grow in scale and scope.
Our ooblets clothlets guide is here to explain exactly how to find the things, how you can grow them, and some other sneaky tips for when you are running low. Like many items in Ooblets, clothlets hold a multitude of uses, so you’ll want to amass as large a pile of them as you can. Sadly nothing comes for free, so you’re going to need to put the work in, but with this guide, we can at least point you in the right direction and hopefully make things a little bit easier for you as you make the best farm you can for your adorable vegetable creature pals.
For even more useful tips to build the ultimate farm in Ooblets, check out our other guides on the vegetable collecting marvel. We’ve covered Ooblets beanjuice, Ooblets how to eat, Ooblets nurnies, and don’t miss out on our massive Ooblets review to find out exactly why we love hanging out on the idyllic island of Oob.
Let’s dive into our guide to Ooblets clothlets
What are Ooblets clothlets?
Clothlets are an important resource in Ooblets that can be used in many of the game’s tasks, as well as used to build and upgrade important items like the Oobcoop. They can be tricky to forage and are hard to grow, so while they are not the rarest item in the game, they are still tough to collect.
How do I find Ooblets clothlets?
Clothlets are one of very few items in Ooblets that you can forage and grow. Occasionally when walking around Badgetown you can find clothlets in outside areas, waiting to be picked up. You can also buy clothlets from the wishing well with wishies, and occasionally they’re offered as a reward for the daily dance tournament.
How do I grow Ooblets clothlets?
If you can’t wait to find clothlets, you can buy seeds from Meed’s Seeds for 32 gummies, or wait for a sale day when they will be reduced to 16 gummies. Occasionally when clearing debris from your farm you can also dig up clothlets as well as planklets or nurnies when you tidy up weeds or planks. They take three days to grow, but if you’re in a rush you can use a grow bag on the seeds to get your clothlets quicker.
That’s it for now folks, we hope this guide helps you in your farming and crafting adventure. If you love farming games, be sure to check out our coverage on the recently released Disney Dreamlight Valley, including our Disney Dreamlight Valley preview, and our Disney Dreamlight Valley characters guide.