Clothing Forge Crafting grants you the ability to craft clothing at a smithing forge. If you want to craft any non-armor outfit whenever you want, then the Clothing Forge Crafting mod is a great piece of downloadable content for Skyrim. You may even find out about clothing that you didn't realize existed in Skyrim.
Cooking is an underused type of crafting in Skyrim, and there are also many ways that mod developers can improve alchemy. Although there are other mods that improve both of these mechanics in their own ways, Complete Alchemy And Cooking Overhaul is better for a complete rework, so it's not worth downloading it if you enjoy the base game alchemy or cooking systems and want to tweak them slightly.
Crafting Supplies - All In One (formerly known as Smithing Supplies) is a mod for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition, created by TanisDuncan. It places a chest outside of Warmaidens in Whiterun. It gives the Dragonborn an unlimited supply of each smithing item, alchemy ingredients, cooking supplies, Dragonborn supplies, soul gems and randomly enchanted weapons and armor.
Download from: Nexus Mods (opens in new tab)Adds a gallery you can fill with unique items, a museum to your achievements that is also a library, a storage facility, a questline of its own, and a place to learn archaeology complete with its own perks. While there is a version of Legacy of the Dragonborn for Oldrim, the v5 update specifically for Special Edition remaps the building to make it larger and more like a real museum.
Warden of the Coast is a Skyrim mod that revitalizes companions into fleshed out, BioWare-style followers that can be romanced. It's quite a beefy mod; companions have over 9,000 voice lines in total, and modder TheBawb says it takes players around 10 to 15 hours to fully complete this DLC mod. It also leans more into Dragon Age by allowing three companions to assist you on your journey across the coast. You'll be able to follow each companion's personal quest and the core Warden of the Coast campaign.
Download from: Nexus Mods (opens in new tab)When you're not playing a metal-plated tank, there's less use for smithing. Archers, thieves, and other stealthy characters have no issues finding light armor on their adventures, so there's never been much reason to make it themselves. This mod by Arthmoor gives slippery sorts reasons to learn smithing by letting them forge arrows, lockpicks, and guild-specific armor, as well as melt down bulkier armor they'd never actually wear into ingots. 2b1af7f3a8