I have been playing AC3 for a while, and wondering how to craft and upgrade? I'm at sequence 9

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    It's explained as part of a story mission. You can't craft or upgrade any sooner than that anyways. – Nolonar Jul 20 '13 at 11:06
  • I removed the Wii-U tag. Crafting is available and is the same in all version of the game as far as I am aware. – Colin D Aug 19 '13 at 20:08

Info about crafting taken from Assassin's Creed Wiki

Crafting in Assassin's Creed III involves raw materials that can be purchased from the Davenport Homestead, gathered from looting, or found in chests. Crafting could be done at the "Accounting Book" which could be found in the Homestead, or in any of the general stores in Colonial America, by selecting an artisan followed by a resource.

So, in addition to smitty69's answer, crafting can also be performed at the Homestead.

You'll need to complete Homestead missions, in order to gain more artisans and increase their levels, which will enable you to craft more items.

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To craft items, you need to have the correct ingredients to what you wish to make and bring them to a store in which you buy weapons and what not, there will be a book next to the merchant in which you can craft several things, providing you have the correct ingredients.

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An addition to the answers mentioned above: various crafted items require a recipe as well. These are obtained by looting the various chests scattered throughout Boston, New York, the Frontier and the homestead.

An easier way to craft the items is to select the recipe itsself: select crafting, press A or Square and select the item you wish to craft. Required ressources as well as the artisan required are then automatically placed in the respective fields.

The inventions require plans, which are obtained by collecting all almanac pages of a certain set. It is possible to by maps for these almanac pages as well from the general stores.

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