With Battle for Azeroth, Tailoring (and all other profession skills) have been broken down into Cataclysm Tailoring, Northrend Tailoring, Pandarian Tailoring, etc. Previously, this would mean that you just level up and get to the skill set where you can learn those patterns from a Tailor (any Tailor).
Leveling up a profession at a single tailor is no longer an option.
You can now level up Pandarian Tailoring without knowing a single Northrend, Outland, etc. pattern and vice versa.
So! If you are looking to learn a pattern introduced in Pandaria, go to Pandaria and find a tailor there to learn it. If you are looking to learn a pattern in the Outlands, go to the Outlands and find a tailor. I think you're getting my drift.
Do not, do not, for the love of all that is Holy do not level up Northrend Tailoring expecting to be given Cataclysm Tailoring when done. You will have some nice, shiny clothes or whatever, a full 75 skill in Northrend Tailoring and a bored looking trainer in Dalaran (Crystalsong Forest) and no other patterns to learn...and you'll be out a bunch of money if you've been buying all your mats from the AH instead of working with what you've collected like most of us who are trying to level a skill. :-p
Also, I'm writing this the morning after spending more time than necessary on the
because I had all the patterns except one...from Northrend. :sigh:
So, learn from my mistake and find out where that pattern you're looking for comes from and then to to that zone to find a tailor who can teach you that pattern.
Also, I just woke up and don't really care if I've misspelled the names of stuff. Take that as you will. I just wanted to put this out there because I have yet to find *anywhere* that provides this information.
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