Crafting stuff in minecraft

Crafting stuff in minecraft DEFAULT

Minecraft Crafting Guide

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Crafting is how a player makes items and blocks in Minecraft. To craft something, a player moves items from their inventory to a crafting grid, arranging them according to a recipe. A 2×2 crafting grid can be accessed from the player's inventory and a 3×3 grid can be accessed by using a crafting table. Items crafted in the 2×2 grid can also be crafted in the crafting table.

Crafting system[]

Crafting table grid

Players in Creative‌[Bedrock Edition only], Survival or Adventure always have access to the 2×2 crafting grid from their inventory screen. Small crafting recipes that are at most 2×2 can be made there. These include wooden planks, sticks, crafting tables, torches and some shapeless recipes. To craft items using a 3×3 grid, create a crafting table with 4 wooden planks, place it in the world, and press use while facing it. This brings up an interface with a 3×3 crafting grid, which the player can use to craft any crafting recipe in the game. There is also a recipe book where you can access all the crafting recipes.

Some recipes do not require their ingredients to be arranged in a specific way on the crafting grid. These are commonly known as shapeless recipes. For example, players can craft a fermented spider eye by placing its ingredients anywhere within the grid.[note 1]

On the other hand, many recipes must have their ingredients placed in the correct relative positions on the crafting grid. These are commonly known as shaped recipes. Ingredients in shaped recipes can be ‘moved’ up, down, left, or right. They can also be flipped side-ways. For example, a 3×1 recipe, such as bread, can be made using the top, middle, or bottom row of the 3×3 grid, but it cannot be made using the 2×2 grid because it needs to be three items wide, and a bow may be made with the strings placed on the left instead of on the right.

There are recipes that may not be moved or mirrored in this way. These are commonly known as fixed recipes. For example, a chest needs to have eight planks placed precisely on every square except the middle. Fixed recipes can be added by data packs or mods.

Crafting, unlike other in-game actions such as smelting, brewing and enchanting, is completely silent.

  1. ↑On this wiki, shapeless recipes are marked with a pair of intertwined arrows on the crafting table graphic. This symbol does not actually appear in the game.

Recipe Book[]

Main article: Recipe book

The recipe book is a mechanic in Minecraft that serves as a catalog of recipes and as a crafting guide. It shows every crafting recipe that the player has had materials for.

Crafting recipes are organized in several different categories, as follows:

  • The first tab contains every unlocked recipe.
  • The second tab contains tools, weapons, and armor.
  • The third tab contains building materials.
  • The fourth tab contains food and miscellaneous items.
  • The fifth tab contains redstone materials.

Recipe system[]

Main article: Recipe

Recipes, including crafting recipes, can be configured by data packs in Java Edition or add-ons in Bedrock Edition. There are currently 379 crafting recipies as of 1.16.

Complete recipe list[]

To save space, some recipes are animated (requires JavaScript). On this wiki, shapeless recipes are marked with a pair of intertwined arrows on the crafting table graphic. This symbol does not appear in the game. Also fixed crafting recipes are marked by an exclamation point. Again, this symbol does not appear in the game.

Shaped Recipes Shapeless Recipes

Building blocks

Decoration blocks




Removed recipes[]

Main articles: Java Edition removed features § Crafting recipes and Bedrock Edition removed features § Crafting recipes

Some items were craftable previously, but cannot be crafted in the current version of Minecraft.


Java Edition Indev
0.3120100128Crafting implemented.
Accessed by pressing .
The only recipe was turning an apple into an arrow.
20100129Apple to arrow recipe removed and replaced with new recipes
Early recipes included sticks, pickaxes, torches, swords, axes, and gold and iron blocks.
20100130Indev was updated again with many other recipes. As new blocks and items were implemented into the game, new crafting recipes were made accordingly.
Java Edition Beta
1.2Shapeless recipes added.
1.6Test Build 3While crafting, + clicking the crafting output makes the maximum amount possible of that item and moves it straight to the inventory.
1.6.5 + clicking the crafting output only performs a single crafting action, instead of the maximum possible amount.
1.8Pre-release 2 ;) + clicking now crafts the maximum amount possible again, reverting to the Beta 1.6 behavior.
Java Edition
1.814w30aFixed recipes added.
1.1217w13aThe crafting GUI now includes a recipe tab, allowing players to know how to craft previously-crafted items, automatically fill in the recipe and filter out the recipes to what they can make from their inventory. This can be used in a crafting table and without, but the inventory crafting shows only 2×2 crafted items.
Recipes can be unlocked using a Knowledge Book without having to craft the item.
1.1317w48aCustom recipes are now loaded from data packs in data/(namespace)/recipes/(name).json.
Turning off the vanilla data pack also removes all recipes.
17w49aRecipes can now refer to a tag instead of an item.
1.1519w34aWhile in a crafting table, +clicking an item or a stack in the inventory now transfers it directly to the 3×3 crafting grid.
Pocket Edition Alpha
April 17, 2012Daniel Kaplan released preview images of the Minecraft Advanced Touch Technology Interface System (MATTIS) crafting system in creative mode.
v0.3.0The MATTIS crafting system was implemented.
v0.6.0Added the stonecutter. This was used to make stone-related blocks.
v0.9.0build 1Improved the layout of the crafting screen by organizing blocks and items into categories.
The crafting screen shows only craftable recipes.
Crafting descriptions are no longer displayed.
v0.13.0build 1Removed the crafting functionality of stonecutter. All recipes requiring it are available through the crafting table and inventory.
v0.14.0build 1Added the ability to access the crafting system in creative mode.
Pocket Edition
1.0.0alpha classic crafting system to mobile device, available in advanced video settings.
Bedrock Edition
1.2.0beta the MATTIS crafting system with the classic crafting system + recipe book.
Legacy Console Edition
TU1CU1 1.0 Patch 1A simplified crafting system for the Xbox 360 was implemented with the first version release.
TU25CU14 1.17 Added classic crafting system.
TU46CU36 1.38 Updated fireworks crafting system.


  • Older version of the MATTIS crafting interface, prior to Alpha v0.9.0.

  • Development screenshot of new crafting interface.

  • An early mockup of crafting by Notch.

See also[]

  1. Electric super pocket bikes
  2. West elm outdoor lounge
  3. Modern warfare beta free
  4. Ffxiv armor sets

Minecraft Crafting Guide

NameIngredientsImageDescriptionBedWooden Planks & WoolUsed to forward time to day during nights. PaintingSticks & WoolDecoration. PaperSugar CaneUsed to create maps and books. BookPaper & LeatherUsed to create bookshelfs and book & quills. Book and QuillBook & Feather & Ink SacCan be written in and edited. MapPaper & CompassCreates an image of explored parts of the world. Glass PanesGlass Blocks or Stained Glass BlocksPanes of glass similar to fences. Iron BarsIron IngotsSimilar properties to fences however only 1 block high. Gold IngotGold NuggetUsed to craft a number of other items. Nether Brick FenceNether Brick (item) & Nether BricksSimilar to normal fences but made out of nether brick. Eye of EnderEnder Pearl & Blaze PowderCan be used to locate strongholds. Enchantment TableBook, Diamond & Obsidian. Used to enchant tools, weapons, armor and other items. Fire ChargeBlaze Powder & Coal & GunpowderCreates fire and can be shot out of dispensers.Ender ChestObsidian & Eye of EnderUsed for storage. All Ender Chests in a world access the same storage slots.BeaconGlass & Obsidian & Nether StarEmits light beam and provides temporary player buffs when placed on a pyramid made of emerald, diamond, netherite, gold or iron blocks. AnvilIron Block & Iron IngotUsed to repair items and combine enchantments. Flower PotBricksDecoration.Item FrameSticks & LeatherUsed to display items and blocks on walls.Carrot on a StickFishing Rod & CarrotCan be used to control saddled pigs. Warped Fungus on a StickFishing Rod & Warped FungusCan be used to control saddled striders. Firework RocketGunpowder & Paper & Firework StarItems that can be launched into the sky. The more gunpowder added the higher the rocket will fly. Firework StarGunpowder & Dye & an extra ingredient (optional)The dye determines the color of the firework and the extra ingredient determines the special effect.LeadString & SlimeballUsed to leash mobs. CarpetsWoolThin block that can be used as a decoration. Stained GlassGlass Blocks & DyeBuilding material and decoration. LeatherRabbit hideUsed as a crafting ingredient including for armor. Banner

Wool & Stick

Decoration. Armor StandStone Slab & StickUsed to display armor, mob heads & pumpkins. End RodBlaze Rod & Popped Chorus FruitDecorative light source. End CrystalGlass & Eye of Ender & Ghast TearItem found in The End. Iron NuggetIron IngotSmall piece of iron. Concrete PowderDye & Sand & GravelTurns into concrete when in contact with water or lava. CampfireSticks & Logs & CoalLight source and used to cook food. Soul CampfireSticks & Logs & Soul Sand or Soul SoilLight source and used to cook food. ScaffoldingBamboo & StringUsed to help the player climb when building. BarrelWood Slabs & Wooden PlanksUsed to store items. Blast FurnaceIron Ingots & Furnace & Smooth StoneUsed to smelt items. SmokerLogs & FurnaceUsed to cook food items. Cartography TablePaper & Wooden PlanksUsed for cloning, zooming out and locking maps. ComposterWooden SlabsConverts crops and plants into bone meal. Fletching TableFlint & Wooden PlanksFletcher's job site block in villages. Smithing TableIron Ingots & Wooden PlanksToolsmith's job site block in villages. StonecutterIron Ingot & StoneUsed to craft stone-related blocks. GrindstoneSticks & Stone Slab & Wooden PlanksUsed to repair items and tools, and also remove enchantments. LanternsIron Nuggets & Torch or Soul TorchBlocks that emit light. LecternWood Slabs & BookshelfUsed to hold books. LoomString & Wooden PlanksUsed to apply patterns to banners. BeehiveWooden Planks & HoneycombCraftable version of a bees nest. Netherite IngotNetherite Scraps & Gold IngotsUsed as a smithing ingredient to make Netherite tools, weapons and armor. ChainIron Nuggets & Iron IngotDecoration that can also be used to suspend bells and lanterns. Respawn AnchorCrying Obsidian & GlowstoneAllows the player to set a respawn point in the Nether. LodestoneChiseled Stone Bricks & Netherite IngotUsing a compass on a Lodestone block will make the compass always point towards that specific block.Soul TorchCoal & Stick & Soul Sand or Soul SoilLight source. CandleString & HoneycombLight source. Dyed CandleCandle & Matching DyeLight source. Glow Item FrameItem Frame & Glow Ink SacIlluminates the item held within. Lightning RodCopper IngotsPrevents flammable structures from catching fire during thunderstorms by redirecting lightning strikes. Moss CarpetMoss BlocksDecoration. Tinted GlassAmethyst Shards & GlassTinted version of glass blocks.

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