Crafting tables can be used as a in , smelting 1.5 items per block.

South Shore Crea Collection Craft Table, White


A crafting table with an extendable drop leaf and sufficient storage.

I’m in love!! :o) I’ve been searching for a craft table as well, and found nothing within my budget. I have an Ikea 15 minutes away, and I will be going ASAP. Thanks for sharing and your craft room looks gawjus, dahling!! :o)

Okay, first of all, remember, I’m 5’11”. So I wanted my Craft Table extra tall….so I screwed some legs right into the bottom. And that added another 6 inches. YES! But you shorty-pants can leave them off if you need to. (And I only say “shorty pants” out of love…..because sometime I wish I could whack a good 6 inches off my height! ;) )

There are so many things to enjoy about your Craft Plus Table…

0.31 January 29, 2010 Workbench added.
1.2 Renamed Workbench to Crafting Table.
1.5 The crafting table became a possible fuel for the furnace.
1.6 Added shift-clicking to move items to and from the hotbar.
1.8 Crafting tables can naturally occur in villages.
Holding shift when clicking on an item in the crafting table will craft as many of the product as possible.
Official release
1.0.0 Crafting tables can now be mined faster with an axe than with hand.
1.4.2 12w40a A crafting table generates inside witch huts.
1.9 15w43a A crafting table generates inside igloos.
Pocket Edition Alpha
0.3.0 Added crafting tables.
0.6.0 Stone blocks (minus furnaces and the stonecutter) are now made with the stonecutter, and they have been removed from the crafting table's list.
0.9.0 build 1 Crafting tables now naturally spawn in villages.
The crafting menu has a new, organised layout.
0.13.0 build 1 Stone items which were previously crafted using the stonecutter are now made with the crafting table.
Console Edition
TU1 CU1 1.0 Patch 1 Added crafting tables.

Love your new craft table. You are just too creative – you and Paul!

What a lovely idea, I´ve been waiting for my son to move out (which he plans to do in a couple of months) so I can update my study and add a crafts table, and this would be ideal. Great job!!

But something that I didn’t have…..but really wanted, was a craft table. No, not just a regular ol’ table to sit at. I wanted something tall that I could walk around and not hunch over while cutting/gluing/designing. And I wanted some storage. And a white surface. Oh, and by the way, I didn’t want to have to spend very much. ;) So, I looked online. Holy smokes!! What I found () was going to cost me between $500-$800. ((gulp)) Yeah, not in the budget. However, I was willing to spend a little bit to make it work.