A brick pattern bond can be a structural bond or simply a veneer. A pattern bond is defined by the arrangement of brick. The bond can be varied by changing brick or mortar colors and by offsetting the brick. Some bond patterns don't have names because they are unique to a job, and others are not mentioned here because they are rare. Examples of several types of patterns are presented, including: English or common bond; header bond; monk bond; soldier stack bond; running bond; basket weave; Flemish bond; garden wall bond; stack bond; rowlock course; herringbone; and American common bond.