Needs mention of the shadow weave trainers found in the Warlock training areas such as the Slaughtered Lamb in Stormwind.

Needs mention on whether you can switch specializations once you've chosen one.

300 Sets

Wizardweave is not a BC set. It was availible pre-BC. I personally used it as FR gear, before i upgraded. This tag needs to be removed.

Also, i beleive in the bags paragraph it means to say 16 and 18 slot bags, not 6 and 8.

Does not specify level needed for specialiation quests. (I have 350 skill but cannot get the quests at level 54)

Farm Wool

Whats a few good spots to farm wool? On Laughing Skull a stack goes for 2g so its hard to buy it.

Uh, pretty much all 20-25 humanoids drop it, so... Viper007Bond 03:52, 30 April 2007 (EDT)
It sells so high on the AH because they're really aren't any good places to farm it. On one well-established PvP server I'm on, Wool goes for about 1.5g a stack, but Silk is only about 60s. Silk is easy, just run through Scarlet Monastery a few times and you'll have a couple bags full of silk. As for wool, Deadmines is probably as good as it gets -- you'll get about a 50/50 split between wool and linen, but you should end up with several stacks of both per run. It's pretty easy to solo at 40. The only trick is getting in there, if you're Horde. Chairman Kaga 00:56, 10 August 2007 (UTC)

Cloth Specializations.

"As of Patch 4.0.1, tailors who have specialized in one of the three kinds of cloth will only generate one piece now instead of two in that specialization."

That's not a specialization. I'm pretty sure Blizz removed all cloth specializations from the game. When I go to Shattrath the old cloth specialization people tell me that they can not help me. I'm a 450 spellfire tailor, and now I get one cloth no matter which one I make.

I've also noticed that all the wrath specialization pieces are now available to anybody, you just have to get them from the specialization vendors in Dalaran.

Seeing how they've removed cloth specialization from the game, some of this page needs a massive overhaul. Also the Abyssal bag is now just a 22 slot bag that takes less mats than a glacial bag and has no cooldown.

I made an account just to point this out, I have no interest in editing the page right now, but I guess if somebody doesn't I'll do it later.

Sorry, this is my first time editing this site, I hope I followed proper protocol. :)

Yep, the specializations need to be noted as deprecated, and the article otherwise cleaned up. Unlike Blacksmithing and leatherworking, however, Tailoring didn't lose any previous speciazliation-only recipes in the change, so we dont need to archive much the way those two other professions have needed.Corwin MacGregor (talk) 23:30, 12 May 2012 (UTC)

Expac-specific tailoring sections

While these are nice, they make it difficult to link from other pages to the general concepts of cloak embroideries and tailor-only spellthread legging self-enhancements. We either need seperate pages for these concepts, or we need to re-splice these expac-specific sections to better organize the concepts being presented Corwin MacGregor (talk) 23:31, 12 May 2012 (UTC)

Looking at the page myself, it could definitely use some condensing. The organization style (if that's how it's termed) seems to be all over the place as well. Alayea (talk / contrib) 16:51, 14 May 2013 (UTC)