Welcome to our World of Warcraft Classic Tailoring Guide, the fastest way to level up from 1 to the max level 300 Tailoring Skill. We list the materials you will need to level up using a step by step guide since you can get most your cloth from just killing monsters this will free up a secondary profession of your choice. We also have images detailing the locations of each Trainer NPC for every major city in WoW Classic.
WoW Classic Tailoring Trainer Locations
Every Major City Tailoring Trainers Location in WoW Classic. Depending on which Race you choose you will likely end up in one of these Cities.
Orgrimmar Tailoring Trainer Location
Orc | Troll
Thunder Bluff Tailoring Trainer Location
Ironforge Tailoring Trainer Location
Dwarf | Gnome
Undercity Tailoring Trainer Location
Stormwind Tailoring Trainer Location
Darnassus Tailoring Trainer Location
World of Warcraft Classic Tailoring Leveling Guide
This World of Warcraft Classic Tailoring Leveling Guide walks you through the fastest way to level from 1 to 300 Tailoring Skill. You do not need any secondary profession for this skill since all the different types of clothes you will be using come from monster drops. You could pair with Enchanting just to disenchant all of your leftover crafted gear that you would otherwise sell to vendors.
- [Apprentice Tailoring] (Level 1-75) – Any Major City
- [Journeyman Tailoring] (Level 75-150) – Any Major City
- [Expert Tailoring] (Level 150-225) – Horde visit Josef Gregorian in Undercity | Alliance visit Georgio Bolero in Stormwind
- [Artisan Tailoring] (Level 225-300) – Horde visit Daryl Stack in Hillsbrad Foothills | Alliance visit Timothy Worthington in Dustwallow Marsh
Where do I get items like Coarse Thread, Fine Thread, etc? – You can purchase Threads from the Tailoring Supply Vendors near the Tailoring Trainer NPC.
The first 50 levels are easy after that it will get more difficult and near the end, it becomes expensive if you don’t plan to buy a lot of the Cloth used in this levelling guide.
- Learn [Apprentice Tailoring]
- Materials Needed 160 Linen Cloth
- Make 80 Bolt of Linen Cloth
- Materials Needed 20 Bolt of Linen Cloth + 10 Coarse Thread
- Make 10 Heavy Linen Gloves
- Materials Needed 10 Bolt of Linen Cloth + 5 Coarse Thread + 5 Red Dye
- Make 5 Red Linen Shirt
- Materials Needed 20 Bolt of Linen Cloth + 30 Coarse Thread
- Make 10 Reinforced Linen Cape
- Learn [Journeyman Tailoring]
The first milestone and change from linen to Wool cloth which can sometimes be an expense if you plan to buy some from the auction house.
- Materials Needed 180 Wool Cloth
- Make 60 Bolt of Woolen Cloth
- Materials Needed 10 Bolt of Woolen Cloth + 5 Fine Thread + 5 Gray Dye
- Make 5 Gray of Woolen Shirt
- Materials Needed 45 Bolt of Woolen Cloth + 30 Fine Thread
- Make 15 Double-stitched Woolen Shoulders
This is where Silk comes into play, make sure to save all the Bolts of Silk Cloth you make as like with the Wool and Linen they are going to be used in the recipes below.
- Materials Needed 520 Silk Cloth
- Make 130 Bolt of Silk Cloth
- Materials Needed 30 Bolt of Silk Cloth + 30 Blue Dye + 15 Fine Thread
- Make 15 Azure Silk Hood
- Materials Needed 30 Bolt of Silk Cloth + 20 Fine Thread
- Make 10 Silk Headband
- Learn [Expert Leatherworking] Horde visit Josef Gregorian in Undercity | Alliance visit Georgio Bolero in Stormwind
- Materials Needed 15 Bolts of Silk Cloth + 10 Bleach + 10 Fine Thread
- Make 5 Formal White Shirt
Before you craft anymore Silk Gear you should grab some free levels from turning Mageweave Cloth into Bolt of Mageweave.
- Materials Needed 500 Mageweave Cloth
- Make 100 Bolt of Mageweave
- Materials Needed 80 Bolt of Silk Cloth + 40 Red Dye + 40 Fine Thread
- Make Crimson Silk Vest
- Materials Needed 40 Bolt of Silk Cloth + 20 Red Dye + 20 Silken Thread
- Make 10 Crimson Silk Pantaloons
- Materials Needed 10 Bolt of Mageweave + 15 Silken Thread
- Make 5 Black Mageweave Vest
- Learn [Artisan Tailoring]
Horde visit Daryl Stack in Hillsbrad Foothills
Alliance visit Timothy Worthington in Dustwallow Marsh
- Materials Needed 20 Bolt of Mageweave + 20 Heavy Silken Thread
- Make 10 Black Mageweave Gloves
- Materials Needed 60 Bolt of Mageweave + 40 Heavy Silken Thread
- Make 20 Black Mageweave Shoulders
This is where it can start to take a lot more time simply because Rune Cloth is hard to come by and can cost a lot buying it from the auction house.
- Materials Needed 900 Runecloth
- Make 180 Bolt of Runecloth
- Materials Needed 45 Bolt of Runecloth + 15 Rune Thread
- Make 15 Runecloth Belt
You can sell these on the Auction House for a good amount of gold or use them for your alt characters.
- Materials Needed 25 Bolt of Runecloth + 10 Rugged Leather + 5 Rune Thread
- Make 5 Runecloth Bag
- Materials Needed 80 Bolt of Runecloth + 80 Rugged Leather + 20 Rune Thread
- Make 20 Runecloth Gloves
You Reached Max Level Tailoring
Now that you have maxed out this profession you can make various types of cloth gear and even bags for carrying items and loot, most of which can be learnt from Recipes purchased from various Vendors. We recommend collecting Recipes from the following Vendors:
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