Pattern Design II

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

Semester: 1

Course: Third

Typology: Elective Fashion Design

Code subject: GDVM93


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. The patterns of the collections will be developed consistently according to a concept, and students will know how to choose the appropriate techniques, finishes and tailoring in order to communicate whatever is intended to be expressed.



  • Pattern Magic. Geometries applied to the body.
  • Geometric pattern making.
  • The modelling of geometric pattern making.
  • Fitting: test of the garment’s fit.
  • Showroom. Collection “Privée”.



  • Uses the pattern to study shapes from a geometrical perspective.
  • Successfully develops and transforms tailored patterns for womenswear.
  • Successfully creates a complete womenswear collection.
  • Correctly assesses the pieces from the collection and is able to solve any issues concerning the prototypes for women’s garments.
  • Presents the collection in a professional format: showroom.
  • Demonstrate their mastery of advanced knowledge and a profound understanding of the theoretical and practical aspects specific to fashion design.



  • 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 of participation
  • Monitoring of the work produced
  • Realisation of works or projects
  • Presentation of projects