Keep in mind, that white terracotta can be made: as long as you already have at least 8 terracotta. You can get terracotta by digging the soil. Then, you can bake them in the oven.
Before you cook the clay, you need to know how to get the clay. Generally, mud can be found in sand and dirt areas or in places where there is water. Most soils are found in swamps, rivers, and shallow water.
In the case of digging soil, you should use a shovel. Make sure to put each of the four sets of clay in the clay blocks together. Using the Silk Touch Enchantment item will make it easier for you to dig the soil.
To cook the clay, it is best to keep it in piles of eight. If the cooking process is complete, terracotta will be available in the furnace output box. Now, you can move it to your inventory.
How to get white terracotta without crafts?
For some reason, you can’t find terracotta easily, because the clay is a bit harder to find, which is one of the materials used to make terracotta. If so, you can’t make terracotta entirely by handicraft. Instead, you need to find another alternative to get it.
Another alternative you can do is to find terracotta in certain places in the world of Minecraft. Most Minecraft players report that white terracotta can be found inside Mason’s house in plain villages, with some colorless shapes.
If the alternative doesn’t even give you white terracotta, you can try trading with a mansion villager who can be equated with the trade. Some say they will give you white terracotta if they have already reached the expert level.
So, if you find an expert-level Stone Mason villager, you can try to trade with them. Definitely, if you are lucky, they can give you white terracotta, although they may give you randomly colored terracotta.
As we know trade can be expensive, but it doesn’t matter if you really want white terracotta. This is because trading is the easiest and fastest way to get terracotta with your favorite color.