Make something vs make things


If you have some hobby to make things like dolls or small funiture and so on, then you can say “I like to make things.” How about “I like to make something.”? I think it’s possible, too, but I wonder if it has a different meaning or nuiance.

Thank you in advance,

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‘Things’ is plural and ‘something’ is singular.

“I like to make things” is a strong collocation. It usually means making crafts, like a hobby.

“I like to make something” is more vague.