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English Bond

The town where I grew up used to be well known for making house bricks. Consequently, there is some fantastic brickwork in the town, it’s not unusual to see one house with three or four differently coloured bricks.

The patterns that the bricks are arranged in all have different names, some are for strength, some are purely decorative. When alternating rows of bricks are laid long side on and short side on, it’s called English Bond.

Techniques Used
  • Slipped stitches
  • Height - 7”/17.75cm
  • Circumference - 24”/60cm
18 sts and 22 rounds = 4" (10cm) in stocking stitch in the round

Yarn Requirements

Cascade Yarns 220 Superwash Worsted
  • MC - 27 Charcoal Heather - 60g, 123 yards/120m
  • CC1 - 01 Cream - 20g, 44 yards/40m
  • CC2 - 65 Flint Grey - 20g, 44 yards/40m
Needles and Notions
  • 4mm (US6) circular needle
  • 1 stitch marker
  • tapestry needle for weaving in the ends
The instructions are both charted and fully written, so you can follow which you prefer.

You will get a PDF (173KB) file

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