How to Build and Use Stonecutters | All Craftable Items | Valheim

New to Valheim? Don't wander the Tenth World alone!
Complete Walkthrough and Progression Guide
Best Weapon Types
Recipe List: How to Craft Every Item

A new update is available for Valheim! See the patch notes below.

How to Build the Stonecutter Banner

This is a guide on building the Stonecutter structure from the Valheim game. Read more to find out what you need to build the Stonecutter and how to use it!

All Crafting Station Guides
How to Build and Upgrade the WorkbenchWorkbench How to Build the Forge BannerForge
How to Build the Stonecutter BannerStonecutter How to Build the Artisan Table BannerArtisan Table

How to Build a Stonecutter

The Stonecutter

The Stonecutter can be built as soon as you acquire your first Iron. Plopping it down requires a Workbench so do not forget to build one beforehand!

Crafting Station Workbench
Materials Iron x2
Stone x4
Wood x10

How to Get Required Materials

Item Name How to Get
Obtained by smelting Scrap Iron.
Picked up from the ground or mined from rocks using a pickaxe.
Chopped from Beech trees and bushes. Can also be dropped by Greydwarves.

How to Use a Stonecutter

The Stonecutter works like a supplement to the Workbench that focuses more on stones. Plopping down a Stonecutter enables you to craft stone-related structures on your base!

Craft Items

Crafting Items

The Stonecutter is responsible for crafting some stone-related items in the game.

Build Structures

Build Stone Structures

You can build stone structures around Stonecutters. Stone structures are more stable than wood so this enables you to build towering buildings!

All Craftable Items

Craftable Materials

Craftable Materials
Item Name Crafting Station Type Materials Needed
Sharpening Stone Stonecutter Stone x5

Construct Buildings

Buildings List
Building Name Required Crafting Station Materials Needed
Hearth Stonecutter Stone x15

Recipe List: How to Craft All Items

Valheim Related Guides

Valheim Buildings Banner.jpg
List of Buildings (Structures)

List of Buildings (Structures)

Adze Anvils Artisan Table
Beehive Blast Furnace Bonfire
Campfire Cart Cauldron
Charcoal Kiln Chopping Block Cooking Station
Fermenter Forge Forge Bellows
Forge Cooler Forge Toolrack Grinding Wheel
Hearth Karve Longship
Portal Raft Smelter
Smith's Anvil Spinning Wheel Stone Pile
Stonecutter Tanning Rack Tool Shelf
Ward Windmill Wood Stack

    The Like Feature

    You can save a comment for later by giving it a Like.
    As a member:Get access to several features!

    Opinions about an article or post go here.
    Opinions about an article or post
    We at Game8 thank you for your support.
    In order for us to make the best articles possible, share your corrections, opinions, and thoughts about "How to Build and Use Stonecutters | All Craftable Items" with us!
    When reporting a problem, please be as specific as possible in providing details such as what conditions the problem occurred under and what kind of effects it had.

    Walkthrough Menu

    New Comment

    • Soap most likely originated from when people cooked food on a spit and the fat dripped on to the white ash in the fire and when combined with water it made a lather. Adding soap could introduce hygiene factors into the game. They could introduce it similar to how the hunger works, like, the better your hygiene, the more health/stamina you can gain. Making soap could consist of cooking meat over the spit, the fat mixing with ash and then mixing it with water could give you soap.

    All rights reserved

    Back to the Top
    Cookies help us deliver our services. By using our services, you agree to our use of cookies. Learn more