Apart from famous pAraskara grihya sutra , their was another grihya sutra ( baijavApa grihya sutra ) followed by some of shukla yajurvedins. Some fragments have been preserved of a baijavApa grihya sutra .The charanvyuha ( famously known as kAtIya charanvyuha among followers of shukla yajur veda ) mentions the baijavApa as one of the fifteen divisions of the shukla yajur veda . References to the kalpa sutra of this school are made by bhatta kumArila (8th cent.) [ see tantravArtika 1.3.10 ] and pit~ru bhuti (probably 9th cent.), and its grihya sutra is extensively quoted by several authors between the 11th and 16th centuries,some among them are aparArka (first half of the 12th century) , hemAnda pandit ( author of hemAdri / chaturvarga chintAmani ), unknown author of kratyakalpatarU .
Among modern writers this sutra is quoted in samskAra ratnamAla of bhatta gopinAtha dikshIta.
All possible fragments I was able to collect are given below.