Cloth Farming Guides - Where to farm Cloths?
I finished the Cloth farming guides. These guides will be updated if something changes in World of Warcraft. You can see all guides if you visit my farming guides page. Feel free to contact me any time if you know more great farming places.
I actually don't recommend to farm Linen Cloth if you have a high level character. Farming Linen Cloth takes time but instead of farming you could just buy the Cloths from the Auction House for a few gold and save a lot of time. Wool Cloth farming is recommended because it's usually expensive, and the places with instant mob respawns are really good.
If your level is high enough, Scarlet Monastery is a no brainer for farming Silk Cloth. Don't even think about going elsewhere. The same goes for farming Mageweave Cloth, go to Stratholme or Zul'Farrak if you can.
Runecloth farming is my favorite part, if you go to Blackrock Spire and you have an Enchanter alt or you are Enchanter yourself, you can make insane amount of gold by disenchanting the green and blue items.
Netherweave Cloth farming was a bit strange for me because after clearing Blood Furnance and the other instances a couple of times, I noticed that even the higher level instances didn't give me more Netherweave Cloth, so just stick to Blood Furnance, it's really easy to clear it and gives the most or the same amount of Cloths as the higher level instances.
Oh dear god...Frostweave Cloth farming is a nightmare, I don't know why but compared to other Cloths the drop rate is just horrible. Well, it is decent if you are a Tailor, maybe even the same as for other cloths. If you are leveling Tailoring, you will need about 1400 Frostweave, so good luck with that. Embersilk Cloth farming is like Frostweave Cloth, non-tailors will get much fewer cloths.