Minecraft is a wonderful and relaxing casual game that allows you to let your imagination run free while creating different tools, buildings, and wonderful worlds. However, if you’d like to take your creative process a step further and start adding some color to your decorative items or building materials, you will need to learn how to make Dyes in Minecraft.
Considering the fact that Grey is a secondary Dye in the game, this means you might have to take a couple of additional steps in order to craft it. But it’s still quite a simple and straightforward process.
To that end, here is how you can start crafting your own Grey Dye in Minecraft:
What you’ll need for crafting Grey Dye
Before you can start making your own Grey Dye, you will first have to collect the necessary materials:
- 1 White Dye – Made by putting 1 Bone anywhere inside the Crafting Table. The Bone can be obtained by slaying Skeletons.
- 1 Black Dye – Made by putting either 1Ink Sac or 1 Wither Rose anywhere inside the Crafting Table. While Ink Sacs can be obtained by slaying a Squid, Wither Roses can be given with the /give @p wither_rose 1 command.
Making your own Grey Dye in Minecraft
Once you’ve gathered the essential ingredients, it’s now time to start crafting your own Grey Dye. Here’s how you can do it:
- Firstly, you’ll have to load the Crafting Table, in order to make the grid appear in front of you.
- Now, place your gathered Dyes into the crafting grid. You should put 1 Black Dye in the first square, and 1 White Dye into the second square of your crafting grid, both in the first row.
- After you’ve correctly filled up the crafting grid, 2 Grey Dyes should then show up in the square on the right of the grid.
- Finally, all that’s left to do is to drag your new Grey Dyes down into the Inventory.
And that’s it; you’ve made your own Grey Dyes in Minecraft! You can now begin to utilize these new Dyes however you wish, whether you opt to make decorative items like Candles and Carpets, or even decide to craft building materials such as Stained Glass and Concrete Powder.