- **Life Bonus** : Intelligence +6, Dexterity +12
- **To Next Rank** : 12000 Stars
- **New Skills** : Fashion Fervour
|Angel of Fashion||Make 10 Angelic Cotton||700|
|Earthy and Breezy||Make 1 Earth Hood and 1 Wind Hood||900|
|Bobbin's Bunny||Make 1 Big Bunny Plushie||600|
|Pretty in Pink||Make 10 Pink Silk||1800|
|Posing in Pink||Make 5 items from Pink Silk, eg. Earth Robe or Wind Robe||2200|
|Harmony of Heaven and Earth||Make 1 Earth Robe, 1 Earth Hood, 1 Wind Robe and 1 Wind Hood||2000|
|The Tenacious Tailor||Make 10 material/clothing/decor items using automatically obtained Master recipes||1000|
|Levitania Style||Make 1 Sky-High Armour||800|
|Star Style||Make 10 Stardust Linen||1500|
|Five Star Style||Make 5 items from Stardust Linen, eg. from the Sky-High collection||2000|
Chat to Zipper outside the Castele Fashion Boutique (day) or inside (night) to learn how to make a Polka Dot Skirt and Bobbin in the Bazaar Workshop to know how a Big Bunny Plushie is made.
Somehow… between all the insane threading and sewing, you made it to a Master (or maybe you just skipped a page). Anyway, good work, although there’s still work for your needle.
To start with, Angelic Puff, Pink Silk Thread and Starry Thread are all sold by the saleplush atop Cacto Cove . Chances are you’re pretty familiar with that place; if not, it’s a ferry’s ride from the south bank of the Al Maajik Outskirts.
For your Sky-High Armour, you can often pick up a Snow-White Feather after felling the Eyes of Darkness–an owl that appears in the Deep Elderwood at night.
Earth Mana and Wind Mana are again sold by the magic teacher in Esmerelda’s Academy of Magic. Otherwise they’re rare drops from the Spirits of Earth in the Elderwood and Spirits of Wind in the middle of the Drysand Desert–and rare drops are always a timesink.
You don’t have to make a Polka Dot Skirt, but it does count towards your "Posing in Pink" Challenge. If you’re up for the task, you can find Happy Daisies growing in East Levitania.
…And that’s about it for the new materials; not nearly as exhaustive as before, huh?
You may be a Master, but if the new recipes are causing you bother then don’t forget to keep up with your Needle upgrades. Now that you’re a Master, you can buy a lot more items from Baste in Madam Purl’s House, including an (expensive) Industry Needle.
Also, check that your stats are in all the right places: priority goes to Dexterity, then Intelligence and Focus.