Pattern Design I

Teaching staff

Inés Monge

Inés Monge

Fashion designer, specialising in dressmaking methods. Bachelor degree in ADE by La Salle-URL.

Inés Monge is a pattern maker and designer and graduate in ADE. Due to her logical and creative pattern method, she has become an expert in numerous pattern making methods. She has collaborated with fashion brands like Mango and Venca, as well as designers like José Castro, Ailanto, Boris Bidjan Saberi, Josep Font and many others. She has taught in various fashion schools in Barcelona. 


Fact sheet

Formal qualifications: Bachelor's Degree in Design

Credits: 6

Course: Third

Typology: Elective Fashion Design

Code subject: GDVM43


Pattern making will be presented as an essential tool for the construction of a garment, where the techniques, the shape, the body and the volume elements provide students with interesting information which they will then use to develop their creativity when designing a garment.

Students will work on the concept of patterns. They will learn its codes so they can later extrapolate them to any other structure and so they can work within the fashion industry.



Trousers. Anatomical study of the body. Motion.

  • Types of trousers: woman’s.
  • Types of trousers: men’s.
  • Codes of trousers.
  • Transformation of the bases.
  • Anatomical and technical differences between trousers for women and men.
  • Specific terminology.
  • Jumpsuits. The fusion of bodies and trousers.
  • Hoods.
  • Types of hoods.
  • Silhouettes.



  • Proper use of the technical tools specific to pattern making and movement to create trouser patterns.
  • Applies pattern making techniques successfully when creating patterns for hoods.
  • Succeeds in the creation of shape patterns for their own designs.
  • Assesses garments, identifies and solves problems found in prototypes for trousers, hoods and garments of moderate complexity.



  • SS5. Excellent command of languages of expression, graphic representation techniques, digital imaging tools, and formal and manual production techniques specific to different fields of design, thereby enabling their consistent application in the experimentation, development, execution and presentation processes inherent to professional projects.



  • Observation and participation.
  • Monitoring work done.
  • Specific tests-tests.
  • Presentation of projects.