What are sticks in Minecraft?

In Minecraft, sticks are one of the most widely utilized fundamental crafting components. They can be used to make an axe, a hoe, a pickaxe, a sword, a fishing rod, arrows, torches, fences, and other items. In Minecraft, there are two ways to obtain sticks: mining or crafting.

You can get sticks by shattering tree leaves, but the chances of a stick falling are slim. Because you’ll need to utilize them so frequently, they’re significantly easier to make.

how to make sticks in minecraft

How To Make Sticks in Minecraft?

In Minecraft, you’ll need wood to manufacture sticks. Any type of wood will suffice. All wood varieties produce the same quantity and colour of sticks.

  • Locate a tree, any tree.
  • ‘Punch’ or break the tree with your hand.
  • When the block breaks, retrieve the dropped wood block. 
  • When you open your inventory, you will see a 22 crafting grid.
  • Insert the wood block into any cell.
  • Gather four wood boards.
  • Insert a wood board into the centre cell and another into the cell above or below it.
  • Gather four sticks.

A single block of wood can yield a total of eight sticks. Bamboo can also be used to make a stick, although it is more difficult to find. If you have two bamboo sticks, place them the same way you did the planks to get one stick. 

Other natural methods to obtain sticks include finding them while fishing or if a witch drops them. They can also be discovered in temple and cave chests.


A stick is simple to construct and does not need the use of a crafting table. It’s such a basic crafting element that you should keep a large stack of them on hand or in storage. If you build ladders and fences in Minecraft, you’ll quickly see how rapidly they deplete. Make an effort to have at least one stack of 64 sticks on hand. A single stick may provide four torches (coal is required), although a torch is required when digging. If you’ve established your base, you’ll need torches to maintain it well-lit and to prevent mobs from spawning inside.


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