The Spyglass is a newly added tool in Minecraft that allows players to see far into the distance. Spyglass, along with a plentitude of other items were added in the game with Caves & Cliffs Update: Part I. It is a tool that comes in handy while exploring the endless open world of Minecraft.

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In this article, we will talk about how to make a Spyglass in Minecraft.

How to Make a Spyglass

Players need two Copper Ingots and one Amethyst Shard to make a Spyglass in Minecraft. Once you have the required materials, open the crafting menu and add the Amethyst Shard in the first-row middle block of the 3 X 3 grid.

Now add the two Copper Ingots right below Amethyst Shard and then initiate crafting. Once the crafting process is complete, you can move the newly crafted Spyglass to your inventory.

How to Get Copper Ingots

Similar to the Spyglass, the Copper Ingots are recently introduced items that you can craft using a furnace or blast furnace. All you need is Raw Copper and any kind of fuel to power the furnace.

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You can find raw copper in small deposits in the Overworld area. To mine the raw copper, make sure you have the Iron, Diamond, Stone, or a Netherite Pickaxe.

Once you have fuel and raw copper, add both items to the furnace to make Copper Ingots.

How to Get Amethyst Shard

In Minecraft, players can obtain Amethyst Shard from Amethyst Clusters, which again are found in Geode, in the Overworld area, or underground cave system.

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

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