Vanilla Tailoring Guide (1-300)

Tailoring Guide

Patch: 1.12

Author: Unknown

Vanilla Tailoring Guide (1-300)

Classic Tailoring Guide


This Vanilla Tailoring guide for World of Warcraft can help you from 1 to 300 Tailoring. With a little patience, you should be level 300 Tailoring in no time!
Let’s start off with the materials needed for leveling to 300.


*and of course money to buy the coarse thread, rune thread, dye, etc. But that’s less than 50 gold from start to finish of this Vanilla Tailoring Guide.

Tailoring 1 – 50

Tailoring 51 – 59

Tailoring 60 – 65

Tailoring 65 – 75

Tailoring 75 – 105

Tailoring 105 – 110

Tailoring 110 – 125

Tailoring 125 – 145

Tailoring 145 – 160

Tailoring 160 – 170

Tailoring 170 – 175

Tailoring 175 – 185

Tailoring 185 – 205

Tailoring 205 – 215

Tailoring 215 – 220

Tailoring 220 – 230

Tailoring 230 – 250

Tailoring 250 – 260

Tailoring 260 – 275

Tailoring 275 – 280

Tailoring 280 – 300

The Process

Now, how do you get the cloth to complete this Vanilla Tailoring Guide?

simple: First off, because you will need a ton of Runecloth, you should have a ‘WTB all your Runecloth‘ in trade and world channel up. That way, you spend less time in the end.

If you don’t feel like buying all the Runecloth, then you can farm it easily of any humanoid mob above level 50. WPL and EPL are nice places, but also Silithus at the Twilight camps, so you can raise your Cenarion Hold Reputation at the same time.

Meanwhile, I’d suggest you go Scarlet Monastery with a friend (I was a mage, and I had a hunter friend, sometimes another mage, and sometimes a priest) — that will do just fine, regardless of gear. I suggest Library and Armory for the most Silk Cloth / Mageweave. – That way you can also get your little Tabard of the Scarlet Crusade, which I think is awesome. — It’s a small bonus to the grind πŸ™

If you haven’t got any friends to farm with then you can go to Tanaris, at the Oasis Water guys, just east of Gadgetzan. They drop Silk Cloth, Mageweave Cloth, some greens, and some food/water. They have a low respawn timer as well.

Wool Cloth and Silk Cloth are easily farmed in Hillsbrad Foothills at the Humanoids near the castle and the farms. Respawn timers are not that bad, and there are lots of them. – remember to bring free bag space of course, since there is a 5min walk to the nearest town.

And as for the Rugged Leather, I suggest you simply buy it off Auction House (unless you are a skinner as well, or got some spare in the bank from some other stuff you should’ve used them for).

They aren’t the most expensive leather out there, since its the ‘final leather’ and all skinners at level 60 skins it easily.

Now, Linen Cloth is easily farmed as Horde in Ragefire Chasm (inside Orgrimmar), and Deadmines as Alliance (where you can also gain Wool Cloth). — Both easily solo-able, with moderate pulls.

*You can also go from 230-250 by making Black Mageweave Boots (3 x Bolt of Mageweave, 2x Heavy Silken Thread, 2 x Thick Leather) x 20. This will cost you the extra Thick Leather, but will also be more likely to sell at the Auction House (due to the Engineering use; Gnomish Rocket Boots and Goblin Rocket Boots, which is in higher demand from Player vs. Player-action.

*You can also go from 275-300 by making Brightcloth Cloak (4 x Bolt of Runecloth, 2x Gold Bar, 1x rune thread) x35. Depending on auction houses’ prices, Gold Bar can be cheaper than Rugged Leather.

The pattern, however, is a drop. High chance of getting it if you’re farming mobs on a regular basis. It also drops very well from chests in Aszhara. **THIS WILL REQUIRE 100x (5 stacks of Bolt of Runecloth) more.

*You can also get from 285-300 by doing the following:

This process (285-300) will require 14x Bolt of Runecloth, as well as 30x Ironweb Spider Silk and 15x rune thread.

I was unlucky with the last few levels, so I had to make some mooncloth instead. still got to 300 with no large issues.

You can also see where to learn the different tailoring skills (as horde though) in the video.

Except to gather all the materials needed within a few weeks, depending on how much you farm each day, etc. Of course, it will take less time if you don’t farm, and just buy things straight off the auction house.

Alliance Trainers

  • Apprentice Trainers (1 – 75)
  • Any tailoring trainer in any larger city
  • Journeyman Trainers (75 – 150)
  • Grarnik Goodstitch – Stranglethorn Vale
  • Jormund Stonebrow – Ironforge
  • Sellandus – Stormwind
  • Expert Trainers (150 – 225)
  • Georgio Bolero – Stormwind
  • Artisan Trainers (225 – 300)
  • Timothy Worthington – Dustwallow Marsh

Horde Trainers

  • Apprentice Trainers (1 – 75)
  • Any tailoring trainer in any larger city
  • Journeyman Trainers (75 – 150)
  • Tepa – Thunder Bluff
  • Mahani – The Barrens
  • Magar – Orgrimmar
  • Grarnik Goodstitch – Stranglethorn Vale (?)
  • Expert Trainers (150 – 225)
  • Josef Gregorian – Undercity
  • Artisan Trainers (225 – 300)
  • Daryl Stack – Hillsbrad Foothills

After reaching 200 you can talk to the following guys to raise your cap to max.

  • Alliance: Timothy Worthington: Dustwallow Marsh, Theramore Isle (66,51)
  • Horde: Daryl Stack: Hillsbrad Foothills, Tarren Mill (63,20).