If you want to level your Tailoring, you will need thousands of cloths
and cloths are not cheap. You can farm them or buy them from the
auction house, if you buy the Cloths you will need a lot of gold.
Tailoring is the best combined with Enchanting, because you will be
able to disenchant most of the items you make, however an Enchanter
friend can do it for you too. Check out my Enchanting Guide if you are interested in leveling Enchanting.
Approximate Materials Required for 1-450:
- 160 Linen Cloth
- 55 Coarse Thread
- 225 Wool Cloth
- 57 Fine thread
- 10 Gray Dye
- 760 Slik Cloth
- 30 Blue Dye
- 545 Mageweave Cloth
- 45 Silken Thread
- 60 Red Dye
- 106 Heavy Silken Thread
- 950 Runecloth
- 110 Rune Thread
- 80 Rugged Leather
- 10 Ironweb Spider Silk
- 725 Netherweave Cloth
- 30 Arcane Dust
- 20 Knothide Leather
- 2975 Frostweave Cloth - You shouldn't buy all of these at once
- 240 Infinite Dust
- 96 Eternium Thread
- 440-450 is not included, do the insane amount of gold and materials needed for it, and it's almost pointless to go further 440.
WoW Tailoring Leveling Guide 1 - 450
First, visit any trainer in the main cities of old Azeroth - just ask a guard, and learn Apprentice Tailoring.
- 1 - 45
80 x [Bolt of Linen Cloth] - 160 Linen Cloth
Stop making these if you reach Tailoring 45, and make more only if you need it.
75 - 125
Learn Tailoring Journeyman.
125 - 200
Learn Tailoring Expert.
- 145 - 160
15 x [Azure Silk Hood] - 30 Bolt of Silk Cloth, 30 Blue Dye, 15 Fine Thread
200 - 275
Learn Tailoring Artisan.
260 - 350
Go to Outland and learn Tailoring Master.
- 335 - 345
15 x [Netherweave Boots] - 60 Bolts of Netherweave, 20 Knothide Leather, 10 Rune Thread
Tailors of lvl 60 or higher with a skill of 350 or greater now can
choose a Tailoring Specialization. Each of these three specializations
allow the tailor access to a number of self only recipes and will allow
the tailor to make twice as much of one kind of new cloth as a tailor
without this Specialization. Each specialization also provides recipes
specific bind-on-pickup cloth gear.
- Mooncloth tailoring
(Healing): Allows the tailor access to learn the patterns for the Bind
on Pickup Primal Mooncloth Set, and to create an additional primal
mooncloth at a moonwell.
- Shadoweave tailoring
(Shadow / Frost): Allows the tailor to learn the patterns for the Bind
on Pickup Shadow's Embrace set, and to create an additional shadowcloth
at the Altar of Shadows.
- Spellfire tailoring
(Fire / Arcane): Allows the tailor to learn the patterns for the Bind
on Pickup Wrath of Spellfire set, and to create an additional
spellcloth in Netherstorm.
350 - 450
Go to Nothrend and learn Tailoring Grand Master.
- 425 - 440
20 x [Frostweave Bag] - 120 Bolt of Imbued Frostweave, 40 Eternium Thread
You should make around 20 of these, it depends on your luck. The
recipe goes yellow at 430 and green at 440, but you should make these
because you will sell them at AH anyway, so you will get most of your
gold back. Don't flood the AH, only put in a few bags at once. It might
take weeks or even months before you sell all of them. Try to make Bags
for your friends, tell them to bring the materials for it.
Per Frostweave Bag:
90 x Frostweave Cloth
12 x Infinite Dust
2 x Eternium Thread
- 440 - 450
When you reach 440 you will be able to make new epic recipes, try to
find players who need those epic items and craft the items for them if
they bring the materials. If you want 450 that badly, you should
continue to make [Frostweave Bag]. There is only one recipe that requires more than 440 Tailoring skill, It's [Glacial Bag], you need Tailoring 445 for it.
I hope you liked this Tailoring Guide, GZ to 450!
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