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All except the two fairisle jackets include Passap instructions in Duo80 terminology. E-6000 machines may be used but the knitter must know her tech and stitch numbers. The fairisle cardi-kets could be made on Passaps but the knitter must be familiar with single bed fairisle technique and choose her own fairisle design suitable to Passap methods.
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Go Everywhere Jacket plus bonus cardigan page 3
2 strands of Krinklespun, plus 1 strand 2/17 acrylic, run together through a single feeder and treated as one yarn. Finished bust 36.7-49.8. Ribber required. *
Feminine Frills page 6
Finished bust 33.7-48.8, no ribber required, Tamm Astracryl. One cone through size 42 bust, 2 cones for larger sizes.
Sabrina’s Sweater page 10
1 cone of Tamm Estilo and 1 cone of Mary Lue's Harmony run together as a single yarn. Finished bust 35.8, 38, 40.1” Ribber required.*
Look Ma No Bands page 12
Finished bust & hip: 36-52, Tamm Bebe yarn, 1 cone main color and 1 contrast through size 44 bust, 2 cones main color for larger sizes. Ribber required.*
Posey Power Cardigan page 15
Finished bust measurements of 36-52. One cone of Tamm Bebe through size 44 bust, 2 cones for larger sizes. Ribber required.*
Catalog Cardigan page 21
Ribber required.** Finished bust 34-46.8, one cone Yeoman’s Panama yarn.
Waterfall Cardigan page 23
Single bed, no ribber, finished bust 36-56, 2 cones Microtamm yarn.
Surely Shirley Cardigan page 27
Ribber required, finished bust 35.8-61.5, 2 cones Microtamm yarn
Persian Fantasy page 30
Finished bust 36-47. 1 cone of Tamm Bebe and 4 skeins of Walkaway yarn, a stretch sock yarn from Hobby Lobby. Other similar yarns may be used instead. No ribber. Japanese machines only. It should be possible on a Passap but is untested.
Sherbet Stripes page 33
Finished bust 36-52. Two colors of Tamm Bebe, one cone each. No ribber.
Fun With Fairisle Jacket page 36
33.7- 42” finished bust. Two colors of 2/24 yarn with 2 strands of each run together. No ribber. Passaps must use a different fairisle card and the knitter must be familiar with single bed fairisle technique as it is not fully described in the pattern. Lined sleeves.
Size-Wise Pattern Adjustments for Larger Sizes page 39
We can’t all be petites! Here’s how to adjust for more generous figures.

*all patterns that say “ribber required” may be made equally well on Passaps and Superbas as on Japanese machines equipped with ribbers.
All except the two fairisle jackets include Passap instructions in Duo80 terminology. E-6000 machines may be used but the knitter must know her tech and stitch numbers. The fairisle cardi-kets could be made on Passaps but the knitter must be familiar with single bed fairisle technique and choose her own fairisle design suitable to Passap methods.