How to Make a Compass in Minecraft

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How To Make Compass Minecraft
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A compass is a tool used to show us navigation. You can also make this basic tool in Minecraft. Besides that, this item will be an item used to point to the world spawn. The compass needle points toward the world spawn point; more specifically, it will always point towards the northwest corner of the block whose coordinates are set as the world spawn. So, we’ll give you how to make a Compass in Minecraft.

No need a long time, let’s check how to make it and what the ingredients needed.

Require Materials

If you want to make this item, you need to have material the material we mentioned below:

  • Iron Ingots (4)
  • Redstone Dust (1)
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How to Craft a Compass in Minecraft

You must collect all the ingredients above and follow the steps below to make a Compass. This is how to make a Compass in Minecraft.

Total Time: 2 minutes

Open the Crafting Table

Basically, you have to open the crafting table to make an item. Now, you can see the grid that will be placed by ingredients.
Crafting Menu Minecraft

Add the Ingredients

To make this item, you need 4 Iron Ingots and 1 Redstone Dust. You must put them all in the exact pattern like the recipe. Check the image below to know the full recipes of Compass.

Put 1 Iron Ingot in the middle-box of the first row. Then, put 1 Redstone Dust in the middle-box of the second row and fill the rest with 2 Iron Ingots. Last, put 1 Iron Ingot in the middle-box of the third row.
How To Make Compass 2

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Finish

After you put all the ingredients on the crafting table, a compass will appear in the right box. Now, you can save it on your inventory.
Compass Finish

That’s how to make a Compass in Minecraft. You can also make another real-life tool like a clock and map. You can check our website for more Minecraft guides. So, stay tuned on Wowkia for more game news and guides. Don’t forget to comment and share the page.

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