Vanilla Tailoring Guide: 1 – 300 (WoW Classic Leveling)


Welcome to our WoW Vanilla Tailoring Leveling Guide! This guide works for vanilla-era, SOM, and hardcore servers. 

With tailoring you’ll be able to craft powerful cloth gear and useful bags. There are some very nice cloth chest pieces you can craft – Truefaith Vestments, Robe of the Void, Robe of the Archmage.

In later phases of the expansion, you will have access to the Bloodvine Garb set, which is simply amazing. 

If you want to roll a caster class, I suggest you think about taking tailoring. Tailoring doesn’t need a gathering profession to get it rolling, so you can choose whichever other profession you want. The drawback is that leveling tailoring can get a bit expensive.

That’s why I created this guide. So you can rank it up in the easiest way possible.

Total mats needed for 1-300 Tailoring

Tailoring trainers

Classic Trainers (1-300)

Horde trainers

Alliance trainers

Tailoring Guide WoW classic

Apprentice tailoring (1 – 75)

Don’t forget to train Journeyman tailoring (75 – 150) once you reach skill level 50.

Journeyman tailoring (75 – 150)

Don’t forget to train Expert tailoring (150 – 225) once you reach skill level 125. You can learn it from Georgio Bolero in Stormwind, or Josef Gregorian in Undercity.

Expert tailoring (150 – 225)

Don’t forget to train Artisan tailoring (225 – 300) once you reach skill level 200. You can learn it from Timothy Worthington in Dustwallow Marsh, or Daryl Stack in Hillsbrad Foothills. 

Artisan tailoring (225 – 300)

Pattern: Runecloth Gloves is a limited recipe bought from Qia in Winterspring. If you don’t want to camp the vendor, you can also try buying it on the auction house.

Pattern: Runecloth Headband is a random world drop. You can try buying it on the auction house. If you’re unlucky with the drop, or the price is too high, you can continue doing Runecloth Gloves all the way to 300.

Thank you for reading our vanilla tailoring leveling guide! Now that you are a max-level tailor, you can start crafting Mooncloth. You can buy the Pattern: Mooncloth from Qia in Winterspring. It requires 2x Felcloth to craft 1x Mooncloth. The cooldown is 4 days, and you need to do it inside a moonwell. Make sure to do it every time you get a cooldown ready. Mooncloth can get expensive because they are used in many end-game recipes.