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This is now a 2 book set. Buying the book gets you the original Kid Stuff for Girls book plus the Calling All Girls leg warmers collection. Most of the patterns may be made on any machine but a few are specific. Be sure to read through the table of contents below. It gives all the info you need to decide if the designs will work for you and your girls. The collection is $20 and will be delivered via instant download link.

Kid Stuff for Girls Table of Contents
Size chart for fitting
Fun Flouncy Skirt
Let it Snow Zippered Jacket finished bust 26-34 in 2 gauges: 4 stitches/6 rows and 7 stitches/10 rows/inch with super easy instructions for adding the zipper
Short Stuff Bolero finished bust 28-34 standard & Passap only
Have a Heart Vest finished bust 26-34
2 gauges: 4 stitches/6 rows and 7 stitches/10 rows/inch
Kid Friendly Scoodie in 3 gauges & 3 sizes
Make me a Mermaid sizes infant through XL adult in 5 gauges for any machine
15 Minute Hat in 4 sizes and 3 gauges
Please Release Me-release stitch lace skirt. Finished hip 22-28”. 2 beds required, Standard or Passap machines only at a gauge of 6.75 sts/9.5 rows/inch. Largest size cannot be made on Passaps
Simply Sideways Cap Sleeve T bust 22-38, 3 gauges.
Girly Girl Skirt 3 gauges, hip size 22-42
Silly Frilly Bag 7 sizes and 3 gauges so everyone can make it
Silly Frilly Hat 3 gauges, circumference 14-22” for babies-adult ladies
Useful notes Passap knitters, 2 stitch trim, hand knitting a row, using the gauges

Calling All Girls  Table of Contents
Overview page 3
Bond notes page 4
Standard gauge page 9
Mid-gauge page 11
Bulky page 14
Dance Version page 16
Custom Sizes and gauges page 19
Universal Patterns & Worksheets p. 23
T Heart You leg warmers page 25
Fairisle for very basic machines page 28

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Mermaids I have met Jacqui Falder has made 3 mermaids [so far] and has kindly shared this info to help other knitters. The blue one is a standard gauge one in the smallest [infant] size. It used 59g yarn that was about 3 ply in weight. The striped one was made in chenille 4 ply striped with dark green 4 ply at T10. The combined yarn weight was about 700g. Third one is for a tall young woman using thicker 4 ply with some gold sparkle. T10, size using 56stx2, main length 392R weight 584g. She tightend the stitch size for the tail of this one to make the tail smaller and firmer.

The thing I hear most often about this pattern is that it works great and is simple kitting AFTER the knitters settle down to read all the info. I know, it's a huge amount to read and I'm not a fan of that much pattern reading myself. But that was the ONLY way to get all the sizes from newborn to grandma and all the gauges in. SOOOooooo happy reading!

If you have made a mermaid and would like to share info about yarn consumption to help others, please e-mail me. We'll add it here.