How to Craft and Use Bundles in Minecraft

Here's how to make and use a bundle in Minecraft.

If you want to craft a bundle in Minecraft, you will need a total of six rabbit hides and two strings placed inside a crafting table, as shown by the image above. 

Making a bundle is relatively easy in the game, but hunting rabbits you need for the hides is not. To start, you can find these rabbits spawning quite regularly inside the following biomes.

  • Mega Taiga 
  • Taiga
  • Cold Taiga
  • Ice Plains
  • Various hill biomes
  • Ice Spikes
  • Ice Mountains
  • Deserts
  • Flower Forests

Related: How to Get Amethyst Shards in Minecraft

You can find and locate string by destroying cobwebs inside caves or, more commonly, killing spiders. However, if you go with the second route, we recommend bringing along a weapon with a looting enchantment as it will increase the drop rate for string - the same goes for killing rabbits.

That being said, once you have both string and rabbit hide, you can then use the pattern shown earlier in this guide to make a bundle.

How to use a Bundle in Minecraft

Players can use bundles pretty much the same way they can use a shulker box to store items when far away from home. However, with bundles, you will only be able to hold up to 64 items, which is just a single stack. 

For more on Minecraft, check out How to tame an Axolotl in Minecraft and How to Make Tinted Glass in Minecraft

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