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The Sims 4 Cottage Living: Collection Guide

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The Sims 4 Cottage Living comes with one new official collection (and a few “unofficial” collections). The new collection listed in the collections panel is Finchwich Fair Ribbons. There are a total of 34 ribbons to earn from competing in the Finchwick Fair but the game recognizes a complete collection when all 9 first place ribbons have been acquired even if your Sims do not have the rest of the ribbons.

To earn these ribbons, your Sims must participate in the Finchwick Fair in the correct category. For example, to earn the First Place Pie Competition Ribbon, your Sim will have to place first in the Finchwick Fair with a pie they baked. The Finchwick Fair happens in the Finchwick district of Henford-on-Bagley every Saturday. Pay attention to the theme because it’s different every week. You won’t be able to win the pie ribbon if the Finchwick Fair is judging chickens that week. You can see the upcoming theme on the calendar or by reading any of the information signs in Henford-on-Bagley.

Here are all the ribbons you can win at the fair along with their rarity and value:

NameRarityValue
First Place Chicken Competition RibbonRare§120
First Place Cow Competition RibbonRare§120
First Place Egg Competition RibbonRare§120
First Place Garden Competition RibbonRare§120
First Place Llama Competition RibbonRare§120
First Place Milk Competition RibbonRare§120
First Place Oversized Crop Competition RibbonRare§120
First Place Pie Competition RibbonRare§120
First Place Wool Competition RibbonRare§120
Participation Chicken Competition RibbonUncommon§20
Participation Egg Competition RibbonUncommon§20
Participation Garden Competition RibbonUncommon§20
Participation Milk Competition RibbonUncommon§20
Participation Oversized Crop Competition RibbonUncommon§20
Participation Pie Competition RibbonUncommon§20
Participation Wool Competition RibbonUncommon§40
Second Place Chicken Competition RibbonUncommon§80
Second Place Cow Competition RibbonUncommon§80
Second Place Egg Competition RibbonUncommon§80
Second Place Garden Competition RibbonUncommon§80
Second Place Llama Competition RibbonUncommon§80
Second Place Milk Competition RibbonUncommon§80
Second Place Oversized Crop Competition RibbonUncommon§80
Second Place Pie Competition RibbonUncommon§80
Second Place Wool Competition RibbonUncommon§80
Third Place Chicken Competition RibbonUncommon§40
Third Place Cow Competition RibbonUncommon§40
Third Place Egg Competition RibbonUncommon§40
Third Place Garden Competition RibbonUncommon§40
Third Place Llama Competition RibbonUncommon§40
Third Place Milk Competition RibbonUncommon§40
Third Place Oversized Crop Competition RibbonUncommon§40
Third Place Pie Competition RibbonUncommon§40
Third Place Wool Competition RibbonUncommon§40

Other Collectibles

In addition to the ribbons, there are plenty of other items your Sims can collect, although they aren’t recognised as a collection in the game. Sims can collect many different types of animal products and cross-stitch patterns.

We’ll leave it up to you to discover each one of these “unofficial” collectibles, but if you’d like more information about getting different types of animal products from your animals, see our guide, The Sims 4 Cottage Living: All About Animal Treats.

And if you’d like more details on how to collect all the cross stitch patterns, check out our guide, The Sims 4 Cottage Living: Cross Stitch Skill Guide.

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