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World of Warcraft Tailoring Profession Guide

           Tailoring is one of the most common profession chosen amongst "clothies". Tailoring allows you to make gear for cloth users and other valuable unique items for clothies. The main ingrediant used in Tailoring is cloth, which can be gathered from Humanoids all around the world. Generally in order to use the cloth that is found from the mobs you first must make it into bolts.

           Tailors also make bags and spell threads. Bags of course allow you to carry more items around, Spell thread on the other hand is very similar to Leatherworkings Kits. You will be able to enchant your leg armor with the spell thread that Tailors make. Spell Threads, however are more geared toward cloth users and healers. Very similar to the profession itself.

Tailoring Paths

Tailoring has 3 different paths that you can choose to specialize in once you reach 350. Below are each of the paths and how to specialize in them.

Mooncloth Tailoring:Allows the tailor to create an additional mooncloth or moonshroud when that cloth is created.

           In order to become a Mooncloth Tailor, you have to accept the quest from Nasmara Moonsong in Lower City and head to Cenarion Refuge. In Cenarion Refuge open your Primal Mooncloth Supplies and take both of the items out. Stand in the moonwell and right click the cloth. After you're done creating it fly back to Shattrath and turn in your quest. Ta-Da!

Shadoweave Tailoring: Allows the tailor to create an additional shadowcloth or ebonweave when that cloth is created.

           In order to become a Shadoweave Tailor, you have to accept the quest from Andrion Darkspinner in Lower City and head to Shadowmoon Valley. In Shadowmoon Valley head to the Altar of Shadows (58, 70) and use your Crystal of Deep Shadows. After you're done creating it fly back to Shattrath and turn in your quest. Ta-Da!

Spellfire Tailoring: Allows the tailor to create an additional spellcloth or spellweave when that cloth is created.

           In order to become a Spellfire Tailor, you have to accept the quest from Gidge Spellweaver in Lower City and head to Netherstorm. In Netherstorm you have to use your Nether-wraith Beacon and kill the Nether-wraith that comes out. Loot his Essence then return to Lower City and turn in your quest.

Tailoring 1 - 75

To train Tailoring just ask a guard in any of the main cities, they will direct you to the right person. Once you have Tailoring follow this guide for the fastest way to raise it to 450.

Tailoring 1 - 45

Craft - [Bolt of Linen Cloth] x 80

Materials Required:

160 Linen Cloth

Tailoring 45 - 70

Craft - [Heavy Linen Gloves] x 35

Materials Required:

70 Bolts of Linen Cloth

35 Coarse Thread

Tailoring 70 - 75

Craft - [Reinforced Linen Cape] x 5

Materials Required:

10 Bolts of Linen Cloth

15 Coarse Thread

 

 

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Tailoring 75 - 200

Tailoring 75 - 105

Craft - [Bolt of Woolen Cloth] x 55

Materials Required:

225 Wool Cloth

Tailoring 105 - 110

Craft - [Gray Woolen Shirt] x 5

Materials Required:

10 Bolts of Woolen Cloth

10 Fine Thread

10 Gray Dye

Tailoring 110 - 125

Craft - [Double-stitched Woolen Shoulderpads] x 15

Materials Required:

45 Bolts of Woolen Cloth

2 Fine Thread

Tailoring 125 - 145

Craft - [Bolt of Silk Cloth] x 190

Materials Required:

760 Silk Cloth

Tailoring 145 - 160

Craft - [Azure Silk Hood] x 15

Materials Required:

30 Bolt of Silk Cloth

30 Blue Dye

15 Fine Thread

Tailoring 160 - 170

Craft - [Silk Headband] x 10

Materials Required:

30 Bolts of Silk Cloth

20 Fine Thread

Tailoring 170 - 175

Craft - [Formal White Shirt] x 5

Materials Required:

15 Bolts of Silk Cloth

10 Bleach

5 Fine Thread

Tailoring 175 - 185

Craft - [Bolt of Mageweave] x 110

Materials Required:

440 Mageweave Cloth

Tailoring 185 - 200

Craft - [Crimson Silk Vest] x 15

Materials Required:

60 Bolts of Silk Cloth

30 Fine Thread

30 Red Dye

 

 

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Tailoring 200 - 280

Tailoring 200 - 215

Craft - [Crimson Silk Pantaloons] x 15

Materials Required:

60 Bolts of Silk Cloth

30 Red Dye

30 Silken Thread

Tailoring 215 - 220

Craft - [Black Mageweave Leggings] x 5

Materials Required:

10 Bolts of Mageweave

15 Silken Thread

Tailoring 220 - 230

Craft - [Black Mageweave Gloves] x 10

Materials Required:

20 Bolts of Mageweave

20 Heavy Silken Thread

Tailoring 230 - 250

Craft - [Black Mageweave Headband] x 20

Materials Required:

60 Bolts of Mageweave

40 Heavy Silken Thread

Tailoring 250 - 260

Craft - [Bolt of Runecloth] x 228

Materials Required:

912 Runecloth

(If you need help finding places to farm Runecloth, click here.)

Tailoring 260 - 280

Craft - [Runecloth Belt] x 30

Materials Required:

90 Bolts of Runecloth

30 Rune Thread

 

 

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Tailoring 280 - 350

Tailoring 280 - 295

Craft - [Runecloth Gloves] x 18

Materials Required:

108 Bolts of Runecloth

36 Rune Thread

Tailoring 295 - 300

Craft - [Runecloth Headband] x 5

Materials Required:

30 Bolts of Runecloth

10 Rune Thread

Tailoring 300 - 325

Craft - [Bolts of Netherweave] x 145

Materials Required:

725 Netherweave Cloth

Tailoring 325 - 335

To see a list of places this pattern can be purchased click here.

Craft - [Bolts of Imbued Netherweave] x 15

Materials Required:

45 Bolts of Netherweave

30 Arcane Dust

Tailoring 335 - 345

Craft - [Netherweave Boots] x 10

Materials Required:

60 Bolts of Netherweave

20 Knothide Leather

10 Rune Thread

Tailoring 345 - 350

To see a list of places this pattern can be purchased click here.

Craft - [Netherweave Tunic] x 5

Materials Required:

40 Bolts of Netherweave

10 Rune Thread

 

 

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Tailoring 350 - 450

To train Tailoring from 350 to 450 you will need to visit your trainer in Northrend. The trainer to teach you in Northrend is located in Howling Fjord for both Horde and Alliance.

Tailoring 350 - 375

Craft - [Bolt of Frostweave] x 595

Materials Required:

2975 Frostweave Cloth

Tailoring 375 - 380

Craft - [Frostwoven Belt] x 5

Materials Required:

15 Bolts of Frostweave

5 Eternium Thread

Tailoring 380 - 385

Craft - [Frostwoven Boots] x 5

Materials Required:

20 Bolts of Frostweave

5 Eternium Thread

Tailoring 385 - 395

Craft - [Frostwoven Cowl] x 13

Materials Required:

65 Bolts of Frostweave

5 Eternium Thread

Tailoring 395 - 400

Craft - [Duskweave Belt] x 5

Materials Required:

35 Bolts of Frostweave

5 Eternium Thread

Tailoring 400 - 405

Craft - [Bolt of Imbued Frostweave] x 120

Materials Required:

240 Bolt of Frostweave

240 Infinite Dust

Tailoring 405 - 410

Craft - [Duskweave Wristwraps] x 5

Materials Required:

40 Bolt of Frostweave

5 Eternium Thread

Tailoring 410 - 415

Craft - [Duskweave Gloves] x 5

Materials Required:

45 Bolts of Frostweave

5 Eternium Thread

Tailoring 415 - 425

Craft - [Duskweave Boots] x 10

Materials Required:

100 Bolts of Frostweave

10 Eternium Thread

Tailoring 425 - 450

Craft - [Bolt of Embersilk Cloth] x 344

Materials Required:

1720 Embersilk Cloth

Tailoring 450 - 455

Craft - [Deathsilk Bracers] x 5

Materials Required:

10 Bolt of Embersilk Cloth

Tailoring 455 - 460

Craft - [Deathsilk Boots] x 5

Materials Required:

15 Bolt of Embersilk Cloth

Tailoring 460 - 465

Craft - [Deathsilk Leggings] x 5

Materials Required:

15 Bolt of Embersilk Cloth

Tailoring 465 - 470

Craft - [Deathsilk Cowl] x 5

Materials Required:

15 Bolt of Embersilk Cloth

Tailoring 470 - 475

Craft - [Spiritmend Belt] x 5

Materials Required:

20 Bolt of Embersilk Cloth

Tailoring 475 - 480

Craft - [Spiritmend Boots] x 5

Materials Required:

20 Bolt of Embersilk Cloth

Tailoring 480 - 485

Craft - [Spiritmend Leggings] x 5

Materials Required:

20 Bolt of Embersilk Cloth

Tailoring 485 - 500

Craft - [Spiritmend Robe] x 15

Materials Required:

90 Bolt of Embersilk Cloth

Tailoring 500 - 505

Craft - [Fireweave Bracers] x 5

Materials Required:

30 Bolt of Embersilk Cloth

15 Volatile Fire

20 Volatile Air

Tailoring 505 - 510

Craft - [Emberfire Shoulders] x 5

Materials Required:

30 Bolt of Embersilk Cloth

15 Volatile Fire

15 Volatile Water

Tailoring 510 - 516

Craft - [Emberfire Belt] x 3

Materials Required:

30 Bolt of Embersilk Cloth

12 Volatile Water

12 Volatile Fire

Tailoring 516 - 518

Craft - [Emberfire Gloves] x 1

Materials Required:

10 Bolt of Embersilk Cloth

4 Volatile Fire

4 Volatile Water

Tailoring 518 - 520

Craft - [Fireweave Boots] x 1

Materials Required:

10 Bolt of Embersilk Cloth

4 Volatile Fire

4 Volatile Water

Tailoring 520 - 525

Craft - [Emberfire Boots] x 5

Materials Required:

50 Bolt of Embersilk Cloth

20 Volatile Fire

20 Volatile Water

Choosing a Second Profession

           When choosing a second profession as Tailoring many will argue and say Enchanting is the best choice. I do agree with this, as a Tailor, Enchanting is the best choice for a second profession. A close second would be both Skinning and Jewelcrafting.

Extra Benefits to Tailoring

           Tailoring, very similar to Engineering currently only has fun extra benefits. Tailors are able to create bags, which are of course used by everyone... But still awsome!! They are also able to create a Flying Carpet, so you can be your own Aladin. I know right! To see a link of the flying carpet click here.

Profiting off Tailoring

           Tailoring can be difficult to profit off of depending on how many Tailors are on your server. As a Tailor you will be making Spell Thread and Bags to profit off of. You can also craft epic items for people if they need them for a small fee.

 

 

 

                               

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