Wool is a block in Minecraft which players can use to create furniture and a variety of other items. Players can also trade it to the Shepherd Villagers for emerald, and if that is not enough, players can dye wool into sixteen different colors which again helps the players in creating some unique colored furniture and it also creates new chances of trade with the said NPCs.

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In this article, we will talk about how to dye Wool in Minecraft.

How to Dye Wool

You can Dye Wool in Minecraft via the crafting menu. All you have to do is to open the crafting menu. Put the dye and wool together in the 2 X 2 or 3 X 3 grid. The resultant product will be dyed wool, reflecting the colour of the dye.

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There are a few common mistakes that players often do while dyeing wool. They try to dye an already dyed wool. You see, in Minecraft, you cannot dye an already dyed wool. You can only dye raw wool which has not yet been dyed.

Apart from that, while dyeing wool, the ratio of both the items should be 1:1, which means to dye four wool, you need four units of a dye.

You can obtain Wool from sheep and dye from flowers. In case you are not aware of the process, do not worry. We already have an in-depth guide on how to obtain dye in Minecraft. Make sure to check it out.

That’s all you need to know about how to dye Wool in Minecraft. While you are here, check out our other Minecraft guides.

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