How To Make Arrow In Minecraft
Everything You Need To Make Arrow
To make an arrow, you must place 1x flint, 1x stick, and 1x feather on a 3x3 crafting table in a specific order. Within seconds, you will see 4x arrows on the right side of your crafting grid. From where you can move them to inventory.
Everything you need
- 1x Crafting table
- 1x Flint
- 1x Stick
- 1x Feather
Confused? It's no problem, just keep reading since we'll explain everything step-by-step.
How To Craft Arrow
#1 Gather 1x Flint
First of all, collect flint and feathers. Flint can be found by continuously digging down the few gravel blocks. Gravel blocks can be found anywhere easily.
#2 Collect 1x Feather
The next item you need is at least 1x feather. You can get feathers by killing chickens. Chickens are widely available. Once you find a chicken, kill it. After killing it, you will get raw chicken as well as feathers. Collect them and proceed to the next step.
Make sure you also have a stick before moving on. Using our guide on how to craft sticks, you can make them in no time.
#3 Add 1X Flint, 1x Feather and 1x stick Into Crafting Table
You should now arrange 1x flint, 1x feather, and 1x stick in a specific pattern on a 3x3 crafting table. There should be one flint in the second box of the first row. There should be a 1x stick in the second box of the middle row. And 1x feather in the second box of the third row. This will get you 4x arrows.
Displacement of flint, feathers or stick to any other box or row won’t get you desired results.
#4 Move Arrows to Inventory
The above process will result in 4x arrows that will appear on the right side of your crafting grid. Now is the time to move them to inventory
Just drag and drop them to inventory.
Repeat the process again and again to get your desired number arrows.
What is the give command to get arrows?
The give command to get yourself arrows is: /give @p arrow 1.
Still struggling to craft an arrow in Minecraft? Don’t worry, as we have shared an extensive guide on how to craft arrows in an easy way. So let’s get started.