The Loom is an incredibly useful machine in LEGO Fortnite that helps craft higher-level gear, and here is how to make it.
There are many different machines in LEGO Fortnite, and each one is vital to survival in the game. While the number of devices to craft may seem overwhelming, they are worthwhile. Below is our guide on how to create the Loom in the game.
A Loom can be made using 9 Flexwood, 8 Flexwood Rod, and 6 Sand Claw. It can be crafted from the Utility build menu. Each of the components required to craft the device is found in the Dry Valley biome of LEGO Fortnite.
Flexwood is obtainable by destroying Cacti with a Rare Axe. The plant is easy to spot as it is green and covered in small spikes. Make sure to harvest more, as some are also needed to make Flexwood Rods. By taking standard Flexwood and selecting the rods recipe in the Lumber Mill, you can make Flexwood Rods. Lastly, Sand Claws are earned by defeating the Wolves that roam around the Dry Valley. Make sure to bring an Uncommon or Rare Sword to take them down with ease.
The Loom is a device that allows players to create two distinct types of fabrics, Silk and Wool. While they can be crafted into Thread, feeding them into the Loom turns them into Silk and Wool Fabric, respectively. Having these materials is crucial in creating the Glider and other decorations in LEGO Fortnite.
As a Rare level Axe is needed to mine Flexwood from Cacti, the player’s Crafting Bench must be at the appropriate rarity level to ensure they are successful. Once the bench is upgraded, players can make the Rare Axe at the Crafting Bench, indicated by the Blue marking in its icon. The following components are required to make the tool in LEGO Fortnite.
5x Cut Amber
Take Rough Amber (found on top of Dry Valley mountains) and feed into a Gem Cutter.
3x Knotwood Rod
Knotwood can be found in Caves in the Grasslands, harvested with an Uncommon Axe, and then crafted in a Lumber Mill.
The Loom is a great device that players should focus on building as soon as possible, especially as it helps create the Glider. Anyone curious about more to do with LEGO Fortnite can head to the Game Hub for details.