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The Crafting Menus

While you have a limited Crafting Capability without a Crafting Station or Furnace, with them you can do far more. But to be complete, let us first examine what you can make without a Crafting Station or a Furnace:

The Hand Crafting Menu


You access this by tapping the “...” on the right of the tool bar at the bottom of the screen. Doing so will pop-up the Hand Crafting Menu, which includes the following items:

Clay Blocks: You can harvest Clay Balls from Clay Blocks along rivers and ponds and then combine x4 Clay Balls back into Clay Blocks to make them more compact and thus store more. They can be baked into Bricks in an Furnace.

Crafting Table: Your highway to the good life, this is naturally something you have to be able to Craft by Hand first, and once you have crafted one and deployed it, it widely expands the objects and tools you can make. This item is created from Wood Planks that you craft from Wood Blocks.

Glowstone: A block that is used like a Torch, for illumination at night. It takes x4 Glowstone Dust to make one Glowstone.

Snow Block: You can take x4 Snow Balls obtained by harvesting Snow and turn them into Snow Blocks.

Sticks: One of the more useful resources since they appear in a number of critical recipes, Sticks are made from Wood Planks.

Stonecutter: This is a new object particular to the PE version that allows you to craft Stone Blocks.

Wooden Planks: The true building block of progress, you make these from the Wood Blocks you get from Trees.

Colored Wool: You can make this by dying White Wool Blocks you obtain from Sheep. Colored Wool can be created in Blue Light, Blue, Cyan, Green, Lime, Magenta, Orange, Pink, Purple, Red, and Yellow.

White Wool: This is the base Wool that is collected from Sheep. To collect it without killing them requires a set of Shears.

Flint & Steel: Requires an Iron Ingot and Flint (acquired from harvesting Gravel) this can be used to start fires.

Shears: Made from x2 Iron Ingots, this can be used to obtain Wool from Sheep as a renewable resource (meaning you don't kill the sheep to get it).

Torch 1: Created by combining a Stick and some Coal.

Torch 2: Created by combining a Stick and Charcoal.

Melon Seeds: Obtained by crafting a piece of Melon.

Mushroom Stew: A stew food item made from two types of Mushroom and a Wooden Bowl.

Sugar: Crafted from raw Sugar Cane Plants.

A multi-function element, you always mine any Coal you find

Crafting Table Crafts

As was previously mentioned, the Crafting Table is the gateway to all things advanced and good for you! Really! Seriously, one of your first goals after shelter is going to be crafting a Crafting Table and deploying it in your shelter since it really is necessary for you to obtain the tools you need to get better resources, which then allows you to make better tools, and so on... It is not a viscous circle, but a means to an end.

Like Hand Crafting the Crafting Table is divided into four core Crafts Types, the Materials and Items Menu, the Tools Menu, the Armor and Food Menu, and the Combines Menu, that last being used to help you store more of a particular resource by crafting it into Block form generally.

Materials and Items Menu

Crafting a bed is wicked important for sleeping through the nights
Bed: Used to sleep until dawn, the bed also changes your spawn point when it is used, so that the next time you are killed you will re-spawn close to your bed. Requires x3 Wooden Boards and x3 Wool.

Chest: Used to store items, this will end up being another important craft for you since any items stored in your chests cannot be lost when you are killed.

Chests require x8 Wooden Boards to craft. You can create a Large Chest by placing two Small Chests side-by-side, gaining double the storage.

Clay is located in or near water, ponds, streams, and the sea
Clay Blocks: You can harvest Clay Balls from Clay Blocks along rivers and ponds and then combine x4 Clay Balls back into Clay Blocks to make them more compact and thus store more. They can be baked into Bricks in an Furnace.

Crafting Table: Your highway to the good life, this is naturally something you have to be able to Craft by Hand first, and once you have crafted one and deployed it, it widely expands the objects and tools you can make. This item is created from x4 Wood Planks that you craft from Wood Blocks.

Fence: Used as a barrier that cannot be jumped over. Especially useful for trapping animals like Sheep that you want to use as renewable resource sources. Each craft for this requires x6 Sticks.

Fence Gate: An obviously necessary item if you are going to herd your potential resource animals into their pens. This craft requires x2 Wooden Boards and x4 Sticks.

The Furnace turns Cobblestone into Stone Blocks for building with
Furnace: Allows you to smelt ores into ingots, make charcoal and glass, bake bricks, and cook Chicken Beefsteak, and Porkchops. Crafting the Furnace requires x8 Cobblestone.

Crafting glass means being able to tell what is outside and the time of day
Glass Pane: Created by shaping x6 Glass Blocks into panes of glass.

Glowstone: A block that is used like a Torch, for illumination at night. This is crafted by combining x4 Glowstone Dust.

Ladder: Used to climb vertically. Critical for creating shaft mining when you are targeting specific resources that can only be found at specific depths underground. This is crafted by combining x7 Sticks.

Nether Reactor Core: The Core of the Nether Reactor of course! This is built using x3 Diamond and x6 Iron Ingots.

Snow Block: You can take x4 Snow Balls obtained by harvesting Snow and turn them into Snow Blocks.

Sticks: One of the more useful resources since they appear in a number of critical recipes, Sticks are made from x2 Wood Planks.

Stonecutter: This is a new object particular to the PE version that allows you to craft Stone Blocks. Crafting it requires x4 Cobblestone.

Trapdoor: Works like a normal door, but consists of a 1x1 block that lays flat on the ground. Useful to make roof access on your house when combined with a ladder. Requires x6 Wooden Boards to craft.

Wooden Door: A critical tool in protecting your shelter from unwanted visitors, your Wooden Door can be opened and closed by you at will! Requires x6 Wooden Boards to craft.

Wooden Planks/Boards: The true building block of progress, you make these from the Wood Blocks you get from Trees.

Wooden Slab: Used for making long staircases and for paving floors when you don't want the full depth of a block. Requires x3 Wooden Boards to craft.

Wooden Stairs: Pre-made Stair Segments that you can use for compact staircases. Requires x6 Wooden Boards to craft.

Colored Wool: You can make this by dying White Wool Blocks you obtain from Sheep. Colored Wool can be created in Blue Light, Blue, Cyan, Green, Lime, Magenta, Orange, Pink, Purple, Red, and Yellow.

White Wool: This is the base Wool that is collected from Sheep. To collect it without killing them requires a set of Shears.

Tools Menu


Most of the items you will need to progressively make your life better are found here, in the Tools Menu.

Obtained by crafting or picking them up from dead Skeletons
Arrow: The ammunition for your Bow; very useful for killing Creepers without the risk of them blowing you up. Just saying. To craft arrows you need x1 Stick, x1 Feather, and x1 Flint.

Bow: Constructed from String obtained from Spiders and Sticks, this is your go-to weapon for dealing with Creepers. Really!

The rarest ore of them all but great to find!
Diamond Axe: The axe is a tool that is used to chop trees faster than you can do it by hand. Axes made from this material have more durability than those made from the next weakest material. That means that they will last longer.

Diamond Hoe: Used to till the earth in order to plant and grow seeds. Hoes made from this material have more durability than those made from the next weakest material. That means that they will last longer.

Diamond Pickaxe: A Tool that is required to mine stone-related blocks and ore. Pickaxes made from this material have more durability than those made from the next weakest material. That means that they will last longer.

Diamond Shovel: A Tool that is required to dig in dirt, grass, sand, gravel, and snow faster than by hand. Shovels that are made from this material have more durability than those made from the next weakest material. That means that they will last longer.

Diamond Sword: A weapon that deals way more damage than your bare hands. Swords made from this material have more durability than those made from the next weakest material. That means that they will last longer.

Flint & Steel: Requires an Iron Ingot and Flint (acquired from harvesting Gravel) this can be used to start fires.

Gold Tools require Gold Ingots
Gold Axe: The axe is a tool that is used to chop trees faster than you can do it by hand. Axes made from this material have more durability than those made from the next weakest material. That means that they will last longer. Note that Gold is a relatively soft metal and there are better uses for it than making this item from it. Just saying...

Gold Hoe: Used to till the earth in order to plant and grow seeds. Hoes made from this material have more durability than those made from the next weakest material. That means that they will last longer. Note that Gold is a relatively soft metal and there are better uses for it than making this item from it. Just saying...

Gold Pickaxe: A Tool that is required to mine stone-related blocks and ore. Pickaxes made from this material have more durability than those made from the next weakest material. That means that they will last longer. Note that Gold is a relatively soft metal and there are better uses for it than making this item from it. Just saying...

Gold Shovel: A Tool that is required to dig in dirt, grass, sand, gravel, and snow faster than by hand. Shovels that are made from this material have more durability than those made from the next weakest material. That means that they will last longer. Note that Gold is a relatively soft metal and there are better uses for it than making this item from it. Just saying...

Gold Sword: A weapon that deals way more damage than your bare hands. Swords made from this material have more durability than those made from the next weakest material. That means that they will last longer. Note that Gold is a relatively soft metal and there are better uses for it than making this item from it. Just saying...

Iron Axe: The axe is a tool that is used to chop trees faster than you can do it by hand. Axes made from this material have more durability than those made from the next weakest material. That means that they will last longer. Once you have obtained the basic level of security and resource access in the game Iron is likely to be your go-to metal for making tools.

Iron Hoe: Used to till the earth in order to plant and grow seeds. Hoes made from this material have more durability than those made from the next weakest material. That means that they will last longer. Once you have obtained the basic level of security and resource access in the game Iron is likely to be your go-to metal for making tools.

Iron Pickaxe: A Tool that is required to mine stone-related blocks and ore. Pickaxes made from this material have more durability than those made from the next weakest material. That means that they will last longer. Once you have obtained the basic level of security and resource access in the game Iron is likely to be your go-to metal for making tools.

Iron Shovel: A Tool that is required to dig in dirt, grass, sand, gravel, and snow faster than by hand. Shovels that are made from this material have more durability than those made from the next weakest material. That means that they will last longer. Once you have obtained the basic level of security and resource access in the game Iron is likely to be your go-to metal for making tools.

Iron Sword: A weapon that deals way more damage than your bare hands. Swords made from this material have more durability than those made from the next weakest material. That means that they will last longer. Once you have obtained the basic level of security and resource access in the game Iron is likely to be your go-to metal for making tools.

Shears: Made from x2 Iron Ingots, this can be used to obtain Wool from Sheep as a renewable resource (meaning you don't kill the sheep to get it).

Stone Axe: The axe is a tool that is used to chop trees faster than you can do it by hand. Axes made from this material have more durability than those made from the next weakest material. That means that they will last longer. Early on this is the go-to tool you will use the most as you work your way towards sustainability.

Stone Hoe: Used to till the earth in order to plant and grow seeds. Hoes made from this material have more durability than those made from the next weakest material. That means that they will last longer. Early on this is the go-to tool you will use the most as you work your way towards sustainability.

Stone Pickaxe: A Tool that is required to mine stone-related blocks and ore. Pickaxes made from this material have more durability than those made from the next weakest material. That means that they will last longer. Early on this is the go-to tool you will use the most as you work your way towards sustainability.

Stone Shovel: A Tool that is required to dig in dirt, grass, sand, gravel, and snow faster than by hand. Shovels that are made from this material have more durability than those made from the next weakest material. That means that they will last longer. Early on this is the go-to tool you will use the most as you work your way towards sustainability.

Stone Sword: A weapon that deals way more damage than your bare hands. Swords made from this material have more durability than those made from the next weakest material. That means that they will last longer. Early on this is the go-to tool you will use the most as you work your way towards sustainability.

Dropped from slain Creepers, this is Gunpowder!
TNT: Yeah, the good stuff! Not only can it be used to launch Cows into Space, it is excellent for blowing up large sections of Stone. Just saying... This is made by combining Sand with Gunpowder, which is obtained by killing Creepers BEFORE they blow up. Just saying.

Torch 1: Created by combining a Stick and some Coal.

Torch 2: Created by combining a Stick and Charcoal.

Wooden Axe: The axe is a tool that is used to chop trees faster than you can do it by hand. The basic starter tool material until you can get sufficient Stone to replace them.

Wooden Hoe: Used to till the earth in order to plant and grow seeds. The basic starter tool material until you can get sufficient Stone to replace them.

Wooden Pickaxe: A Tool that is required to mine stone-related blocks and ore. The basic starter tool material until you can get sufficient Stone to replace them.

Wooden Shovel: A Tool that is required to dig in dirt, grass, sand, gravel, and snow faster than by hand. The basic starter tool material until you can get sufficient Stone to replace them.

Wooden Sword: A weapon that deals way more damage than your bare hands. The basic starter tool material until you can get sufficient Stone to replace them.

Armor and Food Menu


Probably the second most-used menu for resource security, the Armor and Food items offer you health and protection. That being the case you probably will not be crafting much of the items from this menu until you are well into having established yourself in the game...

Bowl: Made from Wooden Planks, the Bowl is a key ingredient in Mushroom Stew.

Bread: The mana from heaven that you create by growing and harvesting Wheat, which you get by harvesting grass (go figure).

Cake: This is a special food item and is crafted by combining x3 Wheat, x3 Buckets of milk, x1 Egg, and x2 Sugar.

To mine Diamond Ore you need an Iron Pickaxe
Diamond Boots: Foot Armor that gives the user 1.5 Armor when worn. Armor made from this material is stronger than that made from the next weakest material, which means that it is more durable and will last longer, taking more damage before breaking.

Diamond Chestplate: Gives the user 4 Armor when worn, protects the upper body. Armor made from this material is stronger than that made from the next weakest material, which means that it is more durable and will last longer, taking more damage before breaking.

Diamond Helmet: Head Armor that gives the user 1.5 Armor when worn. Armor made from this material is stronger than that made from the next weakest material, which means that it is more durable and will last longer, taking more damage before breaking.

Diamond Leggings: Lower body armor that gives the user 3 Armor when worn. Armor made from this material is stronger than that made from the next weakest material, which means that it is more durable and will last longer, taking more damage before breaking.

Use an Iron Pickaxe to mine Gold Ore
Golden Boots: Foot Armor that gives the user 1.5 Armor when worn. Armor made from this material is stronger than that made from the next weakest material, which means that it is more durable and will last longer, taking more damage before breaking.

Golden Chestplate: Gives the user 4 Armor when worn, protects the upper body. Armor made from this material is stronger than that made from the next weakest material, which means that it is more durable and will last longer, taking more damage before breaking.

Golden Helmet: Head Armor that gives the user 1.5 Armor when worn. Armor made from this material is stronger than that made from the next weakest material, which means that it is more durable and will last longer, taking more damage before breaking.

Golden Leggings: Lower body armor that gives the user 3 Armor when worn. Armor made from this material is stronger than that made from the next weakest material, which means that it is more durable and will last longer, taking more damage before breaking.

Raw Iron Ore tends to cluster around other ores
Iron Boots: Foot Armor that gives the user 1.5 Armor when worn. Armor made from this material is stronger than that made from the next weakest material, which means that it is more durable and will last longer, taking more damage before breaking.

Iron Chestplate: Gives the user 4 Armor when worn, protects the upper body. Armor made from this material is stronger than that made from the next weakest material, which means that it is more durable and will last longer, taking more damage before breaking.

Iron Helmet: Head Armor that gives the user 1.5 Armor when worn. Armor made from this material is stronger than that made from the next weakest material, which means that it is more durable and will last longer, taking more damage before breaking.

Iron Leggings: Lower body armor that gives the user 3 Armor when worn. Armor made from this material is stronger than that made from the next weakest material, which means that it is more durable and will last longer, taking more damage before breaking.

Leather Boots: Foot Armor that gives the user 1.5 Armor when worn.

Leather Cap: Head Armor that gives the user 1.5 Armor when worn.

Leather Pants: Lower body armor that gives the user 3 Armor when worn.

Leather Tunic: Gives the user 4 Armor when worn, protects the upper body.

Melon: Using this menu option breaks a Melon into Slices.

Melon Seeds: Obtained by crafting a piece of Melon. Found as a drop from the Tower when a Nether Reactor is used.

Mushroom Stew: A stew food item made from two types of Mushroom and a Wooden Bowl.

Sugar Cane plants, find them and then plant them to grow more!
Sugar: Crafted from raw Sugar Cane Plants. Cane Plants drop from the Tower when a Nether Reactor is used.

Decorations Menu


This menu includes the basic combines (taking smaller units and turning then into Blocks for a given item to make storing more efficient), as well as some of the special items you can make for your home, including:

Block of Diamond: Used as an expensive building block or compact storage of the ore.

Block of Gold: Used as an expensive building block or compact storage of the ore.

Lapis appears near Iron Ore a surprising amount of the time
Block of Iron: Used as an expensive building block or compact storage of the ore.

Book: Used to create a Bookshelf.

The Bookshelf is a great decoration item with later uses
Bookshelf: Used as a decoration for your home.

Diamonds: Harvest from Diamond Blocks. Use to create very strong tools, weapons, or armor.

Gold Ingot: Harvested from Gold Blocks.

Obtaining an adequate supply of Iron Ingots is crucial
Iron Ingot: Harvested from Iron Blocks.

Lapis Lazuli Block: Used as an expensive building block or compact storage of the ore.

There are a number of different paintings to place
Painting: Used as a decoration in your home. Has many different types, you just knock down and replace it to cycle through them.

Paper: Used to create Books and Maps, made from Sugar Cane.

Sign: Can be used to post specific information, text, or notices by the player for visitors to read.

Bone Meal: Made from Bone, can be used to instantly grow crops.

Wool Dyes: You can craft them to create Cyan, Dandelion Yellow, Lapis Lazuli, Light Blue, Lime, Magenta, Orange, Pink, and Purple using the Crafting Table.

For production crafting you want a wall of Furnaces

Furnace Crafting

You will be using the Furnace for the most part to create items that require heat to complete, and those are basically:
In addition to smelting ore your Furnace is crucial for cooking food
Food: Porkchops and Chicken, and Beefsteak.

Ingots: Firing Ore to create Ingots of that metal.

Transformations: Examples at the moment are largely Cactus, which you turn into a dye by heating. Cobblestone and Sand can be cooked to make Stone Blocks and Glass Blocks respectively.

Placing Iron Ore in the Furnace will get you Iron Ingots, Gold Ore Gold Ingots, and so on...

Stonecutter Crafting


The Stonecutter is unique to the PE version and is used to craft the various rock and stone items in the game, which as of now consists of:

Block of Quartz: x4 Nether Quartz.

Brick Stairs: x6 Brick Blocks.

Brick (Block): x4 Bricks.

Brick Slab: x3 Brick Blocks.

Chiseled Quartz Block: x2 Quartz Slabs.

Nether Brick (Block): x4 Nether Brick.

Nether Brick Stairs: x6 Nether Brick Blocks.

Pillar Quartz Block: x2 Quartz Blocks.

Quartz Slab: x3 Quartz Block.

Sand Stone Stairs: x6 Sandstone Blocks.

Sandstone (Block): x4 Sand.

Sandstone: x4 Sandstone Blocks.

Sandstone: x2 Sandstone Slabs.

Sandstone Slabs: x3 Sandstone Blocks.

Stone Brick Stairs: x6 Stone Brick Blocks.

Stone Brick (Block): x4 Stone Blocks.

Stone Bricks Slab: x3 Stone Brick Blocks.

Stone Slab: x3 Stone Blocks.

Stone Stairs: x6 Cobblestone Blocks.




 

Comments

 
30 comments, latest first.
What you need to remember is that the crafting for the mobile version has been very simplified - you no longer need to place the resources in the crafts window in a specific order or even know what resources you need - you just tap the button for that object and it gets crafted.

If you look on the official MC Wiki you will see the pictures and the name of the object beside each. That should help you.

CMBF
Added 15th Dec 2014, ID #485296

 
I am using a pendo 7 pad, and my screen looks different from the one shown on utube tutorials. I am not good at determining what the pictures represent, and I don't understand what is happening when I try to craft. My crafting screen does not allow me to put stuff in, and I am not at all sure what is happening when I click something - is there a utube tutorial that shows it the way my screen looks??

Guest PosterGuest
Added 25th Nov 2014, ID #476279

 
Hi how do you make a map

Guest PosterGuest
Added 25th Nov 2014, ID #476182

 
The guide includes all of the recipes for dyes - or you can just load the crafting table and look at the ingredients that it requires.

CMBF
Added 8th Nov 2014, ID #468742

 
kazgirl if u want colors or dye if thats what u mean. u need flowers then a crafting table the color flower u have the color dye get like poppy red sun kiss yellow if mix get orange. if u want bamboo look near a river its really sugar cane in minecraft. im sorry but i dont know how to get water melon. my gamer tag is Tiger Lily byez :D

Guest PosterGuest
Added 6th Nov 2014, ID #468150

 
Minecraft PE Netherportal:

You need x1 Nether Core Reactor, x4 Gold Blocks, and x12 Cobblestones.

Make a plus sign with 5 cobblestone and put 4 gold on the edges, place the core in the middle cobblestone block, make a 5 cross on top same as the bottom, then put cobblestone on each of the 4 Gold Blocks.

By the way in PE you pretty much get a massive spawn attack as soon as the portal opens - so it would be a good idea to be armored up and have a decent weapon before you know, you do this...

CMBF
Added 12th Oct 2014, ID #457855

 
How can you make the nether portal in minecraft pe, I can't find out what to do.

Guest PosterGuest
Added 4th Oct 2014, ID #454761

 
Once created the map automatically records the area you move through.

CMBF
Added 31st Aug 2014, ID #443103

 
How do you mKe a map? I have paper and a compass but no option

Guest PosterGuest
Added 27th Aug 2014, ID #441468

 
moss stone is made by shearing vines with shears made with iron ingots and crafted with cobblestone

michellep83
Added 11th Aug 2014, ID #434847

 
feeding animals with food you hold down on the screen and dont press quickly or you will kill them

michellep83
Added 11th Aug 2014, ID #434843

 
feeding animals with food you hold down on the screen and dont press quickly or you will kill them

Guest PosterGuest
Added 11th Aug 2014, ID #434842

 
bucket is iron ingots which you smelt iron ore blocks in a furnace and then craft the bucket on table

Guest PosterGuest
Added 11th Aug 2014, ID #434840

 
How do u get a map

Guest PosterGuest
Added 9th Jul 2014, ID #414868

 
If you dig deep down to bedrock, you will find Redstone, diamonds, iron, lapiz lazuli and gold.

Guest PosterGuest
Added 23rd May 2014, ID #387387

 
How do you dye leather armor???

Guest PosterGuest
Added 1st Jan 2014, ID #337614

 
I only find iron ore so how do you get more?

Guest PosterGuest
Added 1st Jan 2014, ID #337414

 
I cant find any gold!!!! I have been looking in my world for three months now and i cant find it!!!

Guest PosterGuest
Added 27th Nov 2013, ID #322639

 
From my experience, obsidian (in the pe version) can only be made when water hits still lava (lava that is not flowing )

Guest PosterGuest
Added 4th Sep 2013, ID #308198

 
How do u shear a sheep

Guest PosterGuest
Added 31st Aug 2013, ID #307594

 
Y can't I kill the animals

Guest PosterGuest
Added 26th Aug 2013, ID #306931

 
Buckets are made from iron and obsidian Can be made when lava hits water.

Guest PosterGuest
Added 20th Jul 2013, ID #298816

 
I don't know how to feed animals wheat. I know how to harvest it and trap the animals, but in YouTube videos I've seen people feed animals to make them breed in PE and idk how so help plz?

Guest PosterGuest
Added 16th Jul 2013, ID #297967

 
Can you please tell me where to find the colours please I can make yellow from the flowers but that is all. Plus I have no bamboo in my world nor can I find any melons.. any help and advice would be great thanks.

kazgirl
Added 3rd May 2013, ID #279771

 
I can't find clay anywhere. There are no rivers/ponds in my world. Just a large ocean.

Guest PosterGuest
Added 30th Apr 2013, ID #278981

 
Buckets are to be added in the late april update and currently animals only spawn naturally on survival and no spawn egg exists yet.
On the pc version obsidian is formed when lava is cooled quickly by water, but on PE, I think that lava can only turn to cobblestone if water falls on it

Dcdannyclarke
Added 2nd Apr 2013, ID #269692

 
How do you get/do

spawn amimals
get a bucket
turn lava to obsidian

if you could answer it would be REALLY helpful thx ;-D

Guest PosterGuest
Added 26th Mar 2013, ID #267405

 
Can you spawn animals?

Guest PosterGuest
Added 20th Mar 2013, ID #265583

 
how do u get a bucket

Guest PosterGuest
Added 18th Mar 2013, ID #264931

 
I need help with the lapis laziu

forus879
Added 13th Mar 2013, ID #263302

 
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