Tanning is free of charge per ordinary leathe in RuneScape

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To begin leather crafting, players need a needle and thread , normally purchased from the Al-Kharid or Rimmington craft shop, and some cowhide tanned into leather. In the free-to-play world, this means visiting the tanner in Al-Kharid or the south-Western corner of Varrock until players are able to enter the guild. Tanning is free of charge per ordinary leather, and cost 3 coins for the hard leather used to make a hard leather body.

There is also a more expensive tannery in Canifis. Money can be made by buying cowhides from the Grand Exchange for around 283 coins each, going to Al-Kharid and making the hide into hard leather, which sells for about 351 coins each or kill cows and take the cowhides to tanner which costs less.

The cattle field east of Lumbridge is a convenient spot for leather crafters and easy to get to, but it is normally largely populated with bots. Another convenient location to obtain cowhide in a free-to-play world is to the north of lumbridge as there is a field with cows and a merchant named Beefy Bill who can store your cowhide, flour and meat for 10% commission nearby.

The efficiency of this area is arguable, since the cows are widespread and the area contains many obstacles. The field just south of Falador is also convenient, since there are many more cows together in a smaller place, allowing faster kills.Note: 1 Thread makes 4 pieces of Leather armour.

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