To forge your Animal Crossing New Horizons island according to your own vision of a perfect utopia, you’ll need to learn dozens of different DIY recipes. These recipes allow you to craft all manner of useful tools, as well as features like the furniture you’ll install within houses. Here’s how to get the Ironwood Dresser in Animal Crossing New Horizons if you’re unsure.
How to Get the Ironwood Dresser in Animal Crossing New Horizons
New Horizons doesn’t necessarily give you blueprints in order; that is to say, you may well come across one that requires something you don’t already have. Further, some blueprints are acquired randomly.
For example, the Kitchenette recipe requires you to have crafted the Ironwood Dresser, which Twinfinite only randomly came across in a washed-up bottle. As such, you may not have found the blueprint quite yet yourself before the game requires you to have forged one.
In any case, we can at least confirm that the materials you will need to craft an Ironwood Dresser are 7x Wood and 4x Iron Nugget.
Wood is easily obtained by felling trees, which you’ll need an axe to do. We have a detailed guide on the whole process here.
Iron Nuggets meanwhile, require a shovel and are chipped from rocks, which are scattered across your island but only in limited supply (here’s a full breakdown).
To find more rocks, you’ll want to visit other resource islands via a Mystery Tour. We have a full guide on how to purchase the required Nook Miles tickets that allow you to visit other islands here.
That should be everything you need to know about how get the Ironwood Dresser in Animal Crossing New Horizons. For more useful tips and guides on the game do check out Twinfinite’s extensive guide wiki, which we’ll be continually updating over the coming weeks as we continue our journey throughout the seasons.
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