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Below is a list of all Cloth in FFXIV: Heavensward.

The information listed includes their stack size, the price you can sell to an NPC for, a description of the item and any info relating to stats that they may have. Cloth are mainly used by Weavers to create light armor.

The Cloth items are sorted by name, however you can sort them by any of the columns by clicking on the headers. Under the headers are search boxes that allow you to filter results.

Hover over or click on an item name for more info and any stats.


Fiber   Cloth   Feathers

Items ()Stack DescriptionNPC
Aetherochemical Fiber1 Super-strong fiber created using recently rediscovered Allagan aetherochemical techniques.650
Ala Mhigan Fiber1 A sturdy composite fiber made using Gyr Abanian materials and Garlean know-how.32
Allagan Silk1 A spool of thick chimerical silk used by the Allagan Empire to craft mage robes.11
Antique Rug1 Someone, many decades past, paid a considerable sum for this expertly woven floorpiece.53
Apkallu Down1 Down feathers taken from the breast of a young apkallu.6
Arachne Velveteen1 Thick cloth woven from the web of the chimerical monstrosity Arachne.28
Arachne Web1 The wire-like web of the Allagan chimerical miscreation, Arachne.14
Astral Silk1 Several yalms of silk treated so that its elemental aspect would tip slightly towards astral.45
Azim Cotton Boll1 The white of Azim cotton is so bright that some compare it to staring at the sun itself.18
Black Swan Feather1 The long, glossy feather of a common black swan.22
Blessed Fletchings1 Arrow fletchings crafted from the large, rigid feathers of an eagle and then blessed by an anointed Halonic priest.96
Blissful Shroud1 A long sheet of translucent cloth taken from the robes worn by the Lady of the Bliss.In addition with being unnaturally lightweight, the shroud tingles the skin when touched.39
Bloodgrass1 A bundle of dried bloodgrass stalks for use in thatching.2
Bloodhemp1 A common grass found growing throughout Othard.From its stalks, bloodhempen yarn is created.6
Bloodhempen Cloth1 Several yalms of undyed, bright red bloodhempen cloth wrapped around a short wooden distaff.31
Bloodhempen Yarn1 Coarse yarn spun from bloodhemp fiber.31
Camel Hair1 Thick, brown hair of a Near Eastern monstrosity known as the camel.Dubious reports from sailors claim the beast stands thrice as high as a chocobo, can speak the tongues of man, and has massive humps upon its back which may contain water, wine, or even gold.360
Camlet1 An expensive fabric woven from camel hair.Imitations are common, though this piece appears to be legitimate.0
Carbon Fiber1 A powerful man-made fiber originally developed by alchemists of the Garlean Empire.22
Cashmere Cloth1 Several yalms of cashmere cloth wrapped around a short wooden distaff.23
Cashmere Fleece1 Lustrous white wool sheared from a species of mountain goat prized for its fleece.13
Chimera Mane1 The bristly mane of a biologically engineered monstrosity.22
Chimerical Felt1 Several yalms of soft undyed felt created by matting down several layers of hair taken from chimera manes.37
Chocobo Feather1 The stiff yellow tailfeather of a chocobo.3
Cloud Cloth1 Soft, light cotton woven from rare cloud cotton bolls.40
Cloud Cotton Boll1 The cloud-like flower of a cotton plant native to the Diadem.5
Cock Feather1 The soft white tailfeather of a domesticated fowl.1
Cockatrice Feather1 The wing feather of a cockatrice.1
Condor Feather1 The feather of a condor.2
Cotton Boll1 The fibrous flower of the cotton plant.Grown in abundance in the Black Shroud for Gridania's textile industry.1
Cotton Canvas1 A roll of sturdy canvas woven from cotton.2
Cotton Stuffing1 Processed cotton fiber commonly used in padding.1
Cotton Yarn1 Light yarn spun from cotton.1
Crawler Cocoon1 The sticky cocoon of a giant crawler.21
Crawler Silk1 Silk gathered from crawler cocoons and spun into a thin lustrous thread.21
Crow Feather1 The glossy black tailfeather of a crow.1
Dew Thread1 Sticky thread spun from diremite webs.2
Diremite Web1 A thick sticky web used to entangle exceptionally large prey.2
Dodo Feather1 The striped feather of an adult dodo.1
Doman Weave1 Hempen cloth woven using age-old methods passed down for countless generations by Doman clothiers.48
Dream Hat Materials1 Pre-cut cloth used in the sewing of a Starlight Celebration dream hat.1
Dream Tunic Materials1 Pre-cut cloth used in the sewing of a Starlight Celebration dream tunic.2
Dress Material1 Pre-cut linen used in the sewing of a spring dress.23
Eagle Feather1 The wing feather of a noble eagle.Instills illusions of freedom into the hearts of men.3
Eikon Cloth1 Finely woven cloth blessed by a primal.53
Eikon Fiber1 Tightly spun thread blessed by a primal.25
Falconer's Hemp1 A double-weave variety of hemp used by falconers to protect themselves from the sharp talons of their raptors.40
Farreach Canvas1 Originally conceived by inhabitants of the sparsely settled Farreach to withstand the gale-force winds ceaselessly blowing on the Bloodbrine Sea, this rugged sailcloth is one of few materials suited to air travel.33
Felt Lining1 A roll of woolen felt used as insulation in building construction.10
Flannel1 Sturdy cloth woven with two varieties of thread─wool and cotton.60
Flax1 Commonly growing in the highlands of Coerthas, the stalk of this fibrous plant is used to create a linen yarn.2
Fleece1 Soft white wool sheared from a sheep.5
Floss Silk1 Silk that has been spun into lightweight balls that bear the appearance of cotton.8
Frost Cotton Boll1 A soft and fluffy variety of cotton named for its resemblance to morning hoarfrost.12
Garlean Fiber1 A lightweight fiber far more durable than any woven in Eorzea.9
Garuda's Feather1 Ripped from the wings of the Lady of the Vortex herself, this feather generates a powerful gust each time it is waved.8
Glass Fiber1 Thinly spun glass remarkably resistant to high temperatures.22
Halgai Mane1 The regal mane of a halgai.34
Hallowed Ramie Cloth1 Several yalms of ramie cloth purified with holy water and wrapped around a short wooden distaff.36
Hannish Wool1 An improved variety of Thavnairian wool conceived by the Radz-at-Han Weavers' Guild.2
Hempen Yarn1 Coarse yarn spun from moko grass fiber.1
Hive Forewing1 Plucked from the Lord of the Hive's back, this remarkably light wing pulses with uncontrollably powerful aetherial energies.96
Holy Rainbow Cloth1 Several yalms of rainbow cloth purified with holy water and wrapped around a short wooden distaff.33
Intricate Silver Brocade1 A luxurious fabric woven from silver thread, featuring raised patterns more beautiful than anything ever seen in the realm.19
Invisible Silk1 Silk so thin, it is barely discernable with the naked eye, despite proving as tensile as normal silken thread.Only silkworms bred under strict conditions will produce such fiber.30
Jute1 Native to the islands of the south seas, the fibrous stem of this plant can be used to weave cloth.3
Jute Yarn1 Light yarn spun from jute.7
Kudzu Cloth1 Several yalms of undyed kudzu cloth wrapped around a short wooden distaff.33
Kudzu Thread1 Thick, fibrous yarn spun from kudzu vines.33
Kudzu Vine1 If allowed to grow unchecked, a single kudzu plant can cover an acre of forest in less than a single summer, blocking the sun from the plants it envelops.A large swath of the outer Black Shroud currently finds itself being slowly suffocated by the invasive weed.6
Linen Canvas1 A roll of sturdy canvas woven from linen.8
Linen Yarn1 Stiff yarn spun from flaxen fiber.3
Luminous Fiber1 Glass fiber strengthened using alchemic components.27
Magicked Oilcloth1 Linen cloth treated with magicked oil.When wrapped about ore or metal, it prevents the slow yet gradual diffusion of elemental charge from the material.360
Maiden Grass1 A bundle of dried maiden grass stalks for use in thatching.3
Manzasiri Hair1 The long brown hair of a steppe manzasiri.34
Mariner Cotton Cloth1 Favored by sailors, this bundle of cotton cloth is resistant to wrinkles even when wet.14
Mist Silk1 Each strand of mist silk is twice as thin as regular silk, making it much more difficult to work with.18
Moko Grass1 A common grass found growing throughout Aldenard.From its stalks, hempen yarn is created.1
Moonbeam Silk1 A brilliant white silk spun by a rare breed of Eorzean spider.22
Mute Swan Feather1 The long, glossy feather of a rare mute swan.23
Nagxian Silk1 A light, billowy silk woven using traditional methods of the Nagxian people.36
New World Macrame1 Colorful textile created by knotting together several lengths of coarse thread.1
Odin's Mantle1 Removed from the back of the elder primal Odin, this heavy mantle is fit for a god.57
Perfect Cloth1 A better balance of warp and weft has not been seen for centuries.102
Rainbow Cloth1 Several yalms of undyed rainbow cloth wrapped around a short wooden distaff.30
Rainbow Cotton Boll1 A rare variety of cotton which produces fibers that change color depending on the angle at which light strikes them.5
Rainbow Thread1 Multicolored yarn spun from rainbow cotton.15
Ramie Cloth1 Several yalms of undyed ramie cloth wrapped around a short wooden distaff.34
Ramie Thread1 Strong, absorbent yarn spun from ramie.17
Ravana's Forewing1 Plucked from the Lord of the Hive's back, this remarkably light wing is impossible to tear despite its thinness.90
Red Moko Grass1 A less-common variety of moko grass found growing predominantly in the northern mountainous regions of Aldenard.7
Rhea1 A variety of ramie better suited to the climes of Far Eastern Othard.9
Rhea Cloth1 Cloth woven from the plant rhea.Due to the complexity of the spinning process, there are very few clothcrafters in the world who can produce this weave, making it extremely rare.Most known samples are in the possession of Far Eastern royalty.39
Ruby Cotton Boll1 The fibrous flower of a rare cotton plant that only grows under the Ruby Sea.As such, Eorzean scholars insist that the flora is in no way related to normal cotton, and is instead a unique variety of sea kelp.6
Ruby Cotton Cloth1 Several yalms of undyed ruby cotton cloth wrapped around a short wooden distaff.32
Ruby Cotton Yarn1 Light yarn spun from ruby cotton.32
Rush Grass1 A durable sweet-smelling grass native to the Far East and used in the weaving of baskets and floor mats.3
Sewing Thread1 A spool of light, airy thread spun from frost cotton fibers.11
Silk Thread1 Light, wispy thread spun from silkworm cocoons.7
Silkworm Cocoon1 The lightweight cocoon of the elusive silkworm.8
Silver Brocade1 A luxurious fabric woven from silver thread, featuring raised patterns.18
Snurble Tufts1 Long bristly fur taken from a snurble.6
Stained Cloth1 A beautiful piece of cloth that appears to have been dragged through the mud, dipped in sheep offal, and then forgotten in a latrine.32
Stalk of Ramie1 A variety of swift-growing grass native to the Near East.The stalks can be dried and processed into thin threads which, when spun together, can be woven into a cloth not unlike hemp.5
Star Cotton Boll1 A rare variety of cotton which produces nitid fibers that, when struck by light, coruscate like the very stars in the heavens.36
Star Velvet1 Tufted fabric with extremely short pile rendering it smooth to the touch.This rare velvet's thin fibers grant it a unique glossiness from which it earns its name.63
Steppe Serge1 Several yalms of undyed steppe serge wrapped around a short wooden distaff.34
Stormcloud Cotton Boll1 Extended exposure to the extreme aetherial currents found on and near the Diadem have somehow altered the fibers of this otherwise ordinary cloud cotton.5
Stormcloud Cotton Cloth1 Several yalms of undyed stormcloud cotton cloth wrapped around a short wooden distaff.82
Straw1 Earless stalks of wheat.1
Swan Feather1 The wing feather of a beautiful white swan.2
Sylphic Silk1 A roll of fine silk made with traditional sylphic weaving methods.11
Synthetic Fiber1 Alchemically crafted fiber both thin and durable.Used for holding together pieces when creating models.550
Taffeta Cloth1 A soft and effulgent cloth originating from the southern lands.18
Taoist's Wool1 Despite supposedly being woven countless generations past, this cloth appears as it was crafted yesterday.36
Thavnairian Silk1 This silk has been spun from thread created by a worm found only on the Near Eastern island of Thavnair.23
Thavnairian Wool1 A coarse woolen cloth made from large gauge yarn.A historically important cloth in Thavnair's textile trade.2
Twincoon1 A massive cocoon spun by not one, but multiple highland erucas.6
Twinsilk1 Though exhibiting a similar luster as normal silk, twinsilk is far more durable and resistant to discoloring.34
Twinthread1 A thin lustrous thread woven from countless silken strands pulled from a rare highland twincoon.34
Undyed Cotton Cloth1 Several yalms of undyed cotton cloth wrapped around a short wooden distaff.2
Undyed Felt1 Several yalms of undyed felt wrapped around a short wooden distaff.11
Undyed Hempen Cloth1 Several yalms of undyed hempen cloth wrapped around a short wooden distaff.1
Undyed Linen1 Several yalms of undyed linen wrapped around a short wooden distaff.7
Undyed Velveteen1 Several yalms of undyed velveteen wrapped around a short wooden distaff.3
Undyed Woolen Cloth1 Several yalms of undyed woolen cloth wrapped around a short wooden distaff.9
Vanya Silk1 Several yalms of undyed vanya silk wrapped around a short wooden distaff.18
Vortex Feather1 Ripped from the wings of the Lady of the Vortex herself, this feather pulses with uncontrollably powerful wind-aspected energies.10
Vulture Feather1 The wing feather of a carnivorous vulture.1
Waterfowl Feather1 Unlike those of tree-dwelling cloudkin, waterfowl feathers are exceptional at trapping in heat while keeping out water.10
Waterproof Cotton Cloth1 This soft cloth has been treated with a thin layer of resin to repel water.14
Whitefrost Cotton Boll1 Despite their delicate appearance, the fibers of the whitefrost cotton flower are deceptively durable.5
Wildfowl Feather1 The short brown tailfeather of a wildfowl.4
Wind Silk1 This silk is exposed to aetherial turbulence in order to strengthen its aspect to wind.40
Wool Top1 Raw, soft sheep wool combed, bound, and braided.Can be spun into yarn or pressed into felt.1
Woolen Yarn1 Heavy yarn spun from sheep fleece.4
Worsted Yarn1 Soft, water-absorbent yarn spun from multiple varieties of hair sheared from beastkin of the Azim Steppe.34






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