Minecraft Dye Color Chart

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The Minecraft dye color chart will help anyone looking to make a dye. Whether you are new or experienced, it is better for you to see the Minecraft dye color chart. Dyes are known as items used to change the color of wool, hardened clay, leather armor, mobs, and glass.

There are 16 of dyes. Most of them are renewable resources. Aside from that, most of them are obtained by blocks and items that spawn in the world and then be extracted in various ways such as crafting, mining, or smelting. A few of them are able to be only obtained through combinations of specific dyes.

  1. Red Dye
  2. Green Dye
  3. Purple Dye
  4. Cyan Dye
  5. Light Gray Dye
  6. Gray Dye
  7. Pink Dye
  8. Lime Dye
  9. Yellow Dye
  10. Light Blue Dye
  11. Magenta Dye
  12. Orange Dye
  13. Blue Dye
  14. Brown Dye
  15. Black Dye
  16. White Dye

Aside from those primary, quasi-primary, and secondary dyes, there are also some old ones. Here are those old dyes:

  1. Lapis Lazuli
  2. Ink Sac
  3. Cocoa Beans
  4. Bone Meal

Red is obtained by crafting a poppy, red rose bush, or red tulip like the flower recipe in light gray dye. You can just simply place one of those flowers into a crafting grid to yield 2 red dye. In the Minecraft Pocket Edition version, red is crafted in the same way, because these flowers have been added in the newest update. In the past versions of Minecraft Pocket Edition, you created red dye from beetroot. As the alternative, the Minecraft Pocket Edition version enables you to create red dye by putting a red mushroom into a furnace. Red dye is the primary one that is usually used in making secondary colors.

Just like red dye, green dye is also considered as a primary dye in Minecraft and is therefore a crafting ingredient in other dyes such as lime dye and cyan dye. You are able to craft a green dye by smelting cactus in a furnace.

One of the most popular primary colors is called yellow dye, which was known as dandelion yellow. This one is created by placing a dandelion or sunflower into the crafting grid, yielding 2 dyes.

You are able to combine together pink dye in one of the two methods. First, use 1 pink tulip or 1 peony (flowers) placed anywhere in the crafting grid. Doing so will yield 2 pink dye if made with peony or 1 pink dye if made with a pink tulip. Second, place 1 red dye and 1 bone meal into the grid. This one will yield 2 pink dyes.

There are also two ways that you can use if you want to craft orange dye. The first one is by crafting orange tulips and the second one is by combining a rose red dye with dandelion yellow dye, yielding 2 orange.

The secondary dye name purple dye is created by placing 1 lapis lazuli and 1 rose red anywhere in the crafting grid to yield 2 purple dyes. This one is usually used to make a royal effect when applied to decorative blocks. You are also able to use this dye to make magenta dye.

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