Farming: Cloth

Farming Windwool Cloth

Windwool Cloth is the new cloth type coming in Mists of Pandaria. It drops off of any humanoid in Pandaria, the higher the level of the humanoid, the higher the drop rate. It is used in the early tier Tailoring recipes to make PvP and level 85-87 PvE/leveling gear. In both Cataclysm and Wrath of […]

Farming Frostweave Cloth

Farming Frostweave is surprisingly profitable compared to farming Netherweave. This is because Frostweave is much more valuable on the auction house, anywhere from 1.5 gold to 5 gold depending on your realm per cloth. That’s 30 to 100 gold per stack! Tailors still use this stuff to make gear, usually to disenchant and sell the […]

Farming Neatherweave Cloth

Farming Netherweave Cloth requires you travel to the Outlands. Netherweave will drop from any group of humanoids between level 60 and 70. You’ll find more from the higher level guys and more from the ones inside dungeons. Tailors need Netherweave and so do new players leveling First Aid, on most realms the price fluctuates between […]

Farming Runecloth

Farming Runecloth isn’t hard but there is already a lot of it on the auction house and it’s price is as low as 2 gold per stack or as high as 30 gold per stack. It fluctuates so much that I strongly recommend you check your auction house to see where it’s at before you […]

Farming Mageweave Cloth

Farming Mageweave Cloth is easy but the price of Mageweave fluctuates from 10 silver to 1.5 gold per cloth, so be careful you don’t farm a lot of it without checking its price on the Auction House first. It might be easier to farm something else, sell it and buy Mageweave. At 10 silver Mageweave […]

Farming Embersilk Cloth

Embersilk Cloth sells between 1 and 3 gold each (20 to 60 gold a stack) depending on the population of your realm. On some realms it sells for as much as 6 to 10 gold though. Take a look at your realm to see how well it’s selling before you farm a lot of this […]

Farming Silk Cloth

Silk Cloth sells anywhere between 5 and 15 gold per stack. The best way to farm it is with a level 50 or higher character who can go into Scarlet Monastery and solo the mobs.

Farming Wool Cloth

Wool Cloth is the second type of cloth in World of Warcraft. Wool usually sells for between 10-20 gold a stack!

Farming Linen Cloth

Linen is the lowest level cloth in World of Warcraft and it’s very easy to farm. It’s usually worth anywhere from 1 gold to 5 gold for every stack of 20 you can sell.