- Alchemy – Crafting potions and Poisons
- Blacksmithing – Crafting weapons and armor using metals.
- Clothing – Crafting armor from leather and cloth.
- Enchanting – Crafting glyphs to enchant other items.
- Provisioning – Creating food and drinks.
- Woodworking – Crafting bows, staves and shields.
- Alchemy Station
- Blacksmithing Station
- Clothing Station
- Cooking Fire
- Enchanting Station
- Woodworking Station
All characters will be able to take part in all professions immediately without any training. Necessary tools such as pickaxes and fishing rods are built in to the character.
Some raw materials need to be converted into craftable ingredients. To do this, they need to be extracted. Materials can only be extracted in stacks of ten, however this stack of ten raw materials will not necessarily produce ten refined materials. For example, ten iron ore, can be refined into eight iron ingots.
- Main article: Style Materials
Style Materials are items that can be purchased from any crafting vendor, which determine the style of a crafted armor or weapon. In the beginning, the Vestige can craft items only using their own race style. Other styles however can be unlocked using Racial Motifs found through out the game, making the Vestige able to craft with those style materials.
Crafted Item SetsEdit
- Main article: Crafted Item Set
Crafted Item Sets give special bonuses to the weapon or armor crafted. To gain a bonus, the Vestige must equip at least two pieces of that set, an additional bonus will be granted for every additional item of the same set that is equipped up to a maximum of five. Sets can be looted in a variety of situations or created by blacksmithing, clothing and woodworking in specific locations in the world. These sets, however, can only be crafted in specific locations scattered around the world, and different bonuses are found at different crafting locations.
- Main article: Dye Station
Visit a dye station and interact with it to dye any piece of armor that you own. Use the special dye tools to create and apply custom color sets. Use the eye dropper tool to pick colors from previously dyed gear, and apply that color elsewhere. Paint Bucket Tool applies the dye you have selected to the corresponding color area of every piece of gear you have equipped.
With the addition of Homestead, the following sections of each craft have been added:
- Blacksmithing: Diagrams (requires Regulus)
- Woodworking: Blueprints (requires Heartwood)
- Clothier: Patterns (requires Bast and Clean Pelts)
- Provisioning: Designs (Requires Decorative Wax)
- Enchanting: Praxes (Requires Mundane Runes
- Alchemy: Formulae (Requires Alchemical Resin) 
- As of Update 4, the Nirnhoned Trait has been added.
- As of Update 5, Dwemer Style weapons and armor can be crafted.