Old School Runescape – Crafting Skill Leveling Guide – 1-99 Fast & Efficient

Crafting in OSRS might seem a bit unnecessary, but it is actually a good way to make money! Here you will find the easiest way to max your level on Crafting skill!

Crafting is a free skill that gives you the ability to create various items such as weapons and accessories. It can be trained by combining different materials to create an item, and each item has a required Crafting level. Although it’s a free skill, you better use the P2P training methods to get much higher EXP/H.

This skill is not very important, but it is mostly used to make money. Reaching Level 99 Crafting is a great achievement as you will be awarded a Crafting Cape which makes earning money through Crafting much easier. But overall there are much better money making methods, so making money through Crafting is not the best choice.

There are many ways to train this skill, but most of them are slow or are mainly focused on making money. This article will focus only on the fastest way to reach Level 99 Crafting, ignoring the other methods. Beware that you will need a good amount of OSRS Gold to directly train Crafting through the Grand Exchange.

The following methods are only AFK/Semi-AFK and mostly P2P.

Make sure to check out all 23 OSRS skills in our relevant guide.

Level 1-8

The best way to reach Level 8 Crafting is by making Leather Gloves. There are slightly faster methods, but it doesn’t worth the cost difference at all. Leather Gloves can be made by using a Needle, some Leathers, and Threads. Making Leather Gloves gives you 13.8 EXP each and it’s not expensive at all.

Leathers needed: 112

Threads needed: 30

Level 8-33

The best way to reach Level 33 Crafting is by making Gold Amulets from Gold bars. Gold Amulets can be made by using the Gold bars on the Amulet mold in the Furnace. The fastest way to do that is by storing the needed amount of Gold bars in the bank while using the Edgeville Furnace.

Edgeville Furnace, Old School Runescape
Edgeville Furnace, Old School Runescape

Making Gold Amulets will give you 30 EXP each. This method won’t cost you much as you can make some money by selling the Gold Amulets at the Grand Exchange.

Gold Bars needed: 582

Level 33-42

The best way to reach Level 42 Crafting is by making Vials through Glassblowing. Vials are made by using a Glassblowing pipe on Molten Glasses. You can do that near the Grand Exchange to gain the fastest possible Crafting EXP. Making Vials will give you 35 EXP each and it is kinda expensive.

Molten Glasses needed: 780

Level 42-46

Making Empty Fishbowls through Glassblowing is the quickest way to reach Level 46 Crafting. Fishbowls can be made by using a Glassblowing pipe on Molten Glasses. Each Fishbowl will grant you 42.5 Crafting EXP.

Molten Glasses needed: 529

Level 46-54

Making Unpowered Orbs through Glassblowing is the best way to reach Level 54, in terms of money and time. Unpowered Orbs can be made by using a Glassblowing pipe on Molten Glasses. Each Unpowered Orb will grant you 52.5 Crafting EXP.

Note that all of the Glassblowing methods are expensive but totally worth it.

Molten Glasses needed: 1,579

Level 54-58

Making Water Battlestaves is the fastest way to reach Level 63 Crafting. They can be made by using Water Orbs on Battlestaves. Each Water Battlestaff made will grant you 100 Crafting EXP.

Battlestaves needed: 736

Water Orbs needed: 736

Level 58-62

Making Earth Battlestaves is the fastest way to reach Level 62 Crafting. Earth Battlestaves can be made by using Earth Orbs on Battlestaves. Each Earth Battlestaff made will grant you 112.5 Crafting EXP.

Battlestaves needed: 972

Earth Orbs needed: 972

Level 62-63

Making Fire Battlestaves is a very fast way to reach Level 63 Crafting. These Battlestaves can be made by using Fire Orbs on Battlestaves. Each Fire Battlestaff made will grant you 125 Crafting EXP.

Note that making Battlestaves, in general, is one of the fastest ways to train Crafting in Old School Runescape, but also very expensive.

Battlestaves needed: 279

Fire Orbs needed: 279

Level 63-71

Making Green Dragonhide Bodies is the best way to reach Level 71 Crafting. Green Dragonhide Bodies are made the same way the Leather Gloves are made. You will need a Needle, Threads and 3 Green Dragon Leathers for each Body. Each Green Dragonhide Body made will grant you 186 Crafting EXP.

Green Dragon Leathers needed: 7,194

Threads needed: 1,450

Level 71-77

Making Blue Dragonhide Bodies is a very fast way to reach Level 77 Crafting. Blue Dragonhide Bodies are made by using a Needle, Threads and 3 Blue Dragon Leathers for each Body. You will get 210 Crafting EXP for each Blue Dragonhide Body.

Blue Dragon Leathers needed: 9,447

Threads needed: 1,900

Level 77-84

The best way to reach Level 84 Crafting is by making Red Dragonhide Bodies. These Bodies can be made by using a Needle, Threads and 3 Red Dragon Leathers for each Body. Making Red Dragonhide Bodies will grant you 234 Crafting EXP each.

Red Dragon Leathers needed: 18,921

Threads needed: 3,790

Level 84-99

The quickest way to reach Level 99 Crafting is by making Black Dragonhide Bodies. Each Body is made by using a Needle, Threads and 3 Black Dragon Leathers. Making Black Dragonhide Bodies will grant you 258 Crafting EXP each.

Black Dragon Leathers needed: 134,406

Threads needed: 26,850

Making Dragonhide bodies is one of the fastest ways to reach Level 99 Crafting in the game. But note that it is super expensive and requires a good amount of OSRS Gold.

Overall

Crafting training totally depends on you and how active are you during the process. Although the mentioned methods are AFK/Semi-AFK, you still need to repeat the process every few seconds.

There are many alternative methods to train Crafting, but most of them are slow and click intensive. Some methods are risky such as cutting Gems which makes you lose EXP and/or money using it at low Crafting levels. But by following this guide you will reach safely Level 99 Crafting in a short time.

If you are new to OSRS, you will need to check out the beginner’s guide as well as the skills guide. There’s also our ultimate money making guide which is very easy to follow.

 

Rimuru
Rimuru
Petroleum engineer that hates his career. Playing various genres of games for 5~8 hours/day. Ambitious, perfectionist and always looking for areas of improvement. Currently learning various stuff & playing OSRS.

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