Crafting on a stick Mod 1.20.5 – 1.19.4 Workbench on Stick for Minecraft


Crafting on a stick Mod 1.20.5 – 1.19.4 is a modification that is self-explanatory through its name because it replaces the workbenches and makes them available on the stick. Previously, it was a bit of a hurdle to craft something. Because you have to put the workbench on the ground and then start crafting anything. However, with the release of this magnificent tool, you do not need to follow the lengthy process and it saves a lot of time as well.

In addition to that, there are several workbenches that are available on the stick. Their names are Crafting Table, Anvil, Loom, Grindstone, Cartography Table, Stonecutter, and Smithing Table. Moreover, it is also compatible with the curious slot, which means you can put this in the curious slot with the keybind (default key – V). So guys enjoy using this modification and let us know your opinion in the comments below. Keep coming here to check the latest updates.


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Crafting on a stick Mod 1.20.5 – 1.19.4 Minecraft

For Minecraft 1.19.3

Release Date: 25th Feb 2023 (Forge)
Version  1.0.5 (Forge)
File Size: 48.95 KB (Forge)
Supported version: Minecraft 1.19.3 (Forge)
Author: OfekN_
Download (Forge): Crafting on a stick (Forge).jar

For Minecraft 1.18.2

Release Date: 6th Mar 2022 (Forge)
Version  1.0.1 (Forge)
File Size: 33.33 KB (Forge)
Supported version: Minecraft 1.18.2 (Forge)
Author: OfekN_
Download (Forge): Crafting on a stick (Forge).jar

How to Install Crafting on a stick

  • Installing your favorite modifications requires a bit of focus along with correct tools.
  • Generally, there are two main APIs that are helping players to include mods they want to play.
  • They are called Minecraft Forge API and Minecraft Fabric API. We are providing the Forge API guide here.
  • Initially, you have to download Minecraft Forge API which is essential for Forge mods.
  • Later, it is mandatory to create a Forge profile by running the Forge installer or .jar file.
  • After following the above-mentioned steps, you are advised to download the mod you want to play.
  • Moreover, put the downloaded .jar file into the mods folder which can be located at this address “C:/Users/YOUR USER/AppData/Roaming/.minecraft/mods”.
  • However, sometimes the mod file does not appear on the Forge profile.
  • To fix that issue you just need to restart Minecraft and check it again.
  • Normally, 95% of the time restarting the game works and the modification file start showing.
  • There you go, have an amazing time playing your favorite game with the mod you like. Keep coming here.

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Melissa Carlson, is an avid Minecraft player and content writer. She's working on Minecraft for the past 8 years and wanted to share the news related to this game. She always wants to produce content related to Minecraft which can help players and developers. She wrote several articles related to Fabric API, Optifine, Xray Mod, Voxelmap, Xaeroes minimap, and OptifForge Mod. She gained popularity in the Minecraft community through her work and now she's considered as a respectable member.

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