- They could be earned from almost any skilling action, or combat, every 3 minutes, or from completing daily challenges.
- They could be stored in the currency pouch
- Up to 1,000 could be earned per day, for a total of 14,000 over the whole event
- 10,000 were required to earn all of the rewards, though they could be directly turned into event mystery boxes (250 each) or big event mystery boxes (500 each).
- Crafting or Hunter: 27–33
- All other non-combat skills: 22–27
- Killing monsters: 25–30
- Daily challenges: 74–90
- Extended daily challenges: 148–180
Alternatively, fabric scraps could be bought for RuneCoins on the Seasonal Event interface Shop tab:
|Fabric scraps||RuneCoins||Fabric scraps per RuneCoin||Price in terms of bonds|
When a player received fabric scraps, they were notified with one of the following messages:
- You find X fabric scraps and place them in your bank. (When there was no space in inventory and there were none in your currency pouch.)
- You find X fabric scraps and place them in your inventory. (When there was space in inventory and there were none in your currency pouch.)
- You find X fabric scraps. They are added to your currency pouch. (When there were some already in your currency pouch, or if found while Dungeoneering.)
This was followed by a filterable message:
- You have gathered Y/1000 fabric scraps for today.
When you obtained your daily limit, the following were shown:
- You have gathered 1000/1000 and have reached your gathering limit for today.
- You can use an event extender token to increase your gathering limit per day. These are available for purchase from the event store.
Ironman players could obtain and convert fabric scraps just like regular players, but they would only receive cosmetic rewards and emotes. Once all cosmetic rewards and emotes had been claimed, Ironmen would no longer be able to convert additional fabric scraps.
There were several methods of idly collecting fabrics in Prifddinas, such as playing the harps in the Ithell district, balancing on the Serenity posts in the Hefin district, pickpocketing elven clan workers, mining Seren stones in the Trahaearn district or fishing at the Prifddinas Waterfall. Additionally, skilling in The Arc could be used as well for idle collection.
- Even though the Seasonal Event interface listed Treasure Trails as a source of fabric scraps, they weren't awarded.