This is the new home of the Tailor FAQ. While most of the crafting and BOD stuff is done, the little details will probably take a while.... FAQ credit info & History The original tailoring FAQ was initially written by Puppy (this FAQ retains some of this information). It was then edited by Ce’Nedra Willow with a number of additional posts added to the FAQ as 'Notes' to combine it into one post. After that many additions were added, edited, changed by previous tailor moderator Bladeswinger and by Feenicks. Feenicks & Boadicea*/ then took that edited FAQ and re-edited it to include new information, additions, changes and formatting in an attempt to bring it up to date. This new FAQ is a highly modified version of these previous FAQs. I first started by copying & pasting the old data into a new post. Many of the sections of the old FAQ are now redundant or obselete, and were either deleted, or moved into the Crafting Guides Sticky (such as the info on Dye Tubs and rare cloth - the latter is more trivia than real FAQ info). Starting about half-way through Section 1.3, I started adapting much more detailed information from the guides I made during the period the Profession forums were down, as well as Smith FAQ info that was nearly identical to that needed for Tailor (all I had to do was change the tool names and materials, for the most part) Current Status: 23 August 2016: Added the long overdue Harvester's Blade info. May be revamped further soon. 17 June 2009: Fixed issues with the skill gain section, resulting from an off-site table from the earliest days of the old FAQ no longer being online, and expanding on the data it used to cover. Added a little more Runic information. 11 September 2008: minor tweaking of the UO Assist information. Still need info on more complicated uses of the KR client (can probably d othe tool basics on my own) 14 August 2008: Most of the basic information on crafting is in place, as is the information of Bulk Order Deeds. Over the next few days, the Arcane Clothing, UO Assist macro (and its KR tool equivalents) and a few other minor additions, will be done.