The Stardew Valley loom is by far the best way to collect Cloth in the game. If you want a continuous source of such advanced items, you will need to unlock this micro crafting device. Don’t worry; once you know what to do, it’s easy to find it.
The Loom is a level 7 farming recipe in Stardew Valley. After the Farming level reaches level 7, you can build a loom with 60 pieces of wood, 30 fibers, and 1 piece of pine tar. This means you will have to do some farming. However, you will be rewarded handsomely, because Cloth is very important in the middle of the game.
Lom produces Cloth from Wool. The better the wool, the more Cloth you produce! There is a 10% chance of getting 2 pieces of cloth from Silver Quality Wool, 25% from gold and 50% from iridium. The main purpose of wool is to spin into Cloth, so unless you have this craftsman’s equipment, your wool collection is not worth it.
That is to say, if you are lacking in farming level, you don’t need a loom to get the Cloth. You rarely get Cloth from a mummy, and from the Recycling Machine, when fed a Soggy Newspaper. Finally, you can buy one for 3 aquamarine. Cloth is used to make mills, which is an important part of any farm.
You can also make a Dressed Spinner, a powerful (but quite expensive!) fishing lure. Finally, you need a piece of cloth to hold the Artisan Bundle. Therefore, unless you want to farm mummies forever, we strongly recommend that you use a loom.