Blue Feather (New Horizons)

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Type of other item Blue Feather Blue Feather NH Inv Icon.png
Blue Feather
Buy Price Sell Price
Not for sale 99k Bells NH Inv Icon cropped.png 200 Bells
Obtain via Catching (Festivale)
Emotion Greetings NH Icon cropped.png Any villager (Trading - Festivale)
Stack 3
Name in other languages

Japanese あおいはね
Korean 파란색 깃털
Italian piuma blu
German Azurfeder

Simplified Chinese 蓝色羽毛
French plume bleue
Spanish pluma azul
Dutch blauwe veer

Traditional Chinese 藍色羽毛
Quebec French plume bleue
Latin American Spanish pluma azul
Russian синее перо

"I caught a blue feather! As cool as it is hot!"
Player, Animal Crossing: New Horizons

The Blue Feather is a crafting material in Animal Crossing: New Horizons introduced in the 1.7.0 Free Update. Its primarily use is to be given to Pavé during Festivale. It can also be traded with villagers during Festivale for other feathers, and it can be used as a wearable accessory.

The Blue Feather can be obtained by catching it during Festivale. Up to 3 of the item can be stacked together. Each Blue Feather sells for 99k Bells NH Inv Icon cropped.png 200 Bells.

Use in crafting

The Blue Feather is used as a crafting material in the DIY recipes for the following items:

Recipes in Animal Crossing: New Horizons

Item Image Type Obtained From Materials
Rainbow Feather Rainbow Feather Item Pavé NH Character Icon.png Pavé
Red Feather NH Inv Icon.pngRed Feather
Blue Feather NH Inv Icon.pngBlue Feather
Green Feather NH Inv Icon.pngGreen Feather
Purple Feather NH Inv Icon.pngPurple Feather
Includes data sourced from this Item Spreadsheet, compiled by 6480, noizhub, Ricky, chaiinchomp, saberslime, robotic_scarab, mollumisc, sunmarsh, kyrokey, obstinateRixatrix, jackiwi, Zalex, SuperHamster, kait, hyuum, Azarro, Czarcasm, cinnamon_swirlix, astronomyfortwo, Welcius, glowtopia, BriKun, Alyrei, dodocodes.com, StevieCoops, sneeze, Shiny190, TwistedPeach, LavaToaster, capstone, vmario, rocklamp, Alexis, and Aeon.

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