Dragonflight Tailoring Leveling Guide 1 - 100
This Dragonflight Tailoring leveling guide will show you the fastest and cheapest way how to level your Dragon Isles Tailoring skill up from 1 to 100.
These are the approximate materials needed to reach 65. The parts above 65 have too many different alternative recipes.
- 390x Wildercloth
- 150x Tattered Wildercloth
- 235x Spool of Wilderthread
- 3x Vibrant Shard
- 3x Fractured Glass
- 5x Hochenblume
- 3x Chromatic Dust
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30x Dragon Isles Unravelling - 150x Tattered Windercloth
Destroying around 150x Tattered Wildercloth should get you to 15.
When you hit 25, you will unlock Specializations. I would suggest having a little bit of a look through the specializations. Spend some time reading through them, then choose which direction you might want to go.
But don't be too hasty with spending points just at this time unless you have a clear goal of which direction you wanna go. The Knowledge points are going to be the limited commodity that you will never be able to get enough of, and you will always want more of. You can continue leveling your profession and return to choosing a specialization and spending knowledge points a bit later.
You will need 50 skill points to unlock the second specialization, 65 for the third, and 75 for the fourth. 65 is very easy to reach, but it may take a little while to level to 75. So, be aware that you will have to choose which one you feel you can do without for the longest.
1x Wildercloth Fishing Cap - 5x Wildercloth, 4x Spool of Wilderthread
3x Surveyor's Seasoned Shoulders - 24x Wildercloth, 18x Spool of Wilderthread
If you need the Wildercloth Bag or you want to sell them at the Auction House, you can use it as an alternative.
25x Surveyor's Seasoned Hood - 250x Wildercloth, 175x Spool of Wilderthread
This recipe will be green for the last few points, so you might have to make more.
Almost all tailoring recipes that can give you skill points up 100 require soulbound material. It would be almost impossible to farm the needed materials for a single person, so you will have to use the Crafting Order system to level up your profession. None of these recipes are taught by your trainer. They are from vendors, specializations, and the Auction House. It's much harder to reach Tailoring 100 in Dragonflight than in other expansions, so don't expect to level to 100 in a day.
Master's Wildercloth Fishing Cap
Master's Wildercloth Fishing Cap is the only tailoring recipe that doesn't require any BoP materials and gives you skill points up to 100. The Fishing Cap is soulbound. You won't be able to sell any of them at the Auction House, so use this only if you want to reach 100 without using the Crafting Order system. The recipe will be green for the last 5 points, so you will probably have to make 50-60.
The recipe is sold by Cataloger Jakes. It requires Renown 15 with Dragonscale Expedition.
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Spellthreads and Optional Reagents
These Spellthreads and Optional Reagents deserve a special mention because these are the only ones that are not soulbound and don't require soulbound materials either, so you could level with these even without Crafting Orders. However, they don't give skill points up to 100. The optional reagents will give skill points up to 75, and the Spellthreads up to 85. Both of them will be green for the last five points.
|Temporal Spellthread||Leg Enchant||World Drop
Purchasable on the Auction House
|Frozen Spellthread||Leg Enchant||Sold by Steiz
Cobalt Assembly - High
|Bronzed Grip Wrappings||Optional Crafting Reagent||Vault of the Incarnates|
|Blue Silken Lining||Optional Crafting Reagent||Sold by Steiz
Cobalt Assembly - Medium
Tailoring Crafting Orders
Below is the complete list of recipes you can use for leveling to 100.
It's clear to me that Blizzard wanted players to use the Crafting Order system to level up their profession from around 50 or 75. But the reality is that so few people use the system that it's very hard or almost impossible to level your profession right now. Crafting Orders are not cross-realm, so if you play on a low-population realm, the situation is even worse. In one Week, I couldn't complete a single crafting order for any of the epic pieces.
|Vibrant Wildercloth Headcover||Head||Garmentcrafting - Hats|
|Vibrant Wildercloth Shoulderspikes||Shoulder||Garmentcrafting - Mantles|
|Vibrant Wildercloth Shawl||Back||Garmentcrafting - Cloaks|
|Vibrant Wildercloth Vestments||Chest||Garmentcrafting - Robes|
|Vibrant Wildercloth Wristwraps||Wrist||Garmentcrafting - Armbands|
|Vibrant Wildercloth Handwraps||Hands||Garmentcrafting - Gloves|
|Vibrant Wildercloth Girdle||Waist||Garmentcrafting - Belts|
|Vibrant Wildercloth Slacks||Legs||Garmentcrafting - Leggings|
|Vibrant Wildercloth Slippers||Feet||Garmentcrafting - Footwear|
|Dragoncloth Tailoring Vestments||Tailoring Accessory||Garmentcrafting - Outfits (20)|
|Azureweave Mantle||Shoulder||Draconic Needlework - Azureweave Tailoring (10)|
|Azureweave Robe||Chest||Draconic Needlework - Azureweave Tailoring (30)|
|Chronocloth Gloves||Hands||Draconic Needlework - Chronocloth Tailoring (10)|
|Chronocloth Leggings||Legs||Draconic Needlework - Chronocloth Tailoring (30)|