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So, I'm thinking I'd like to knit-up a small gift for DS' daycare teachers. There are 3 toddler teachers, they do a wonderful, wonderful job and DS has a great bond with them.

Of course, you can see me thinking it, can't you - PANTA!


My only thought is this : it is a small daycare, with an infant room and a toddler room separated by a large door. Would it be inappropriate to do something for the toddler teachers and not for the infant teachers?


Oh, PS ... I meant to say I'd like to do something for Christmas time.
 

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Well, do the infant teachers have any resonsiblity in the toddler room? I'd say stick with his primary teachers and don't worry about it.

And crank out the Pantas! Those things rock - I just ordered 5 skeins of Knitpicks yarn and I can hardly bear to work on anything else while I wait.
 

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Originally Posted by bdavis337 View Post
You're 'bout to get sucked into the Panta Vortex......beware!!!!!!
uh-oh....like I have time to add these to my list!


I'm still trying to finish up my first clapotis.
 

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I really like those, but tbh, with my short hair, I don't think I'd ever wear one. That might be something to think about, just in case. I did scarves for my dd's daycare teachers and pulled a nice wool with a furry yarn together and used huge needles, it went so quick. For another teacher I made a little drawstring bag and put a small gift inside. This year, since Ilearned to crochet, I whipped out the one-skein scarf in the snb crochet book.
 

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I really like this panta.
That is gorgeous!

Panta...for...stashbusting...must...not...buy...ya rn..
 

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I really like those, but tbh, with my short hair, I don't think I'd ever wear one. That might be something to think about, just in case. I did scarves for my dd's daycare teachers and pulled a nice wool with a furry yarn together and used huge needles, it went so quick. For another teacher I made a little drawstring bag and put a small gift inside. This year, since Ilearned to crochet, I whipped out the one-skein scarf in the snb crochet book.
I think they look adorable with short hair! If you wanna see some really cute chicks with short hair plus their pantas, check out the craftster panta thread!


: I almost went and got my hair cut the day I finished my Panta just because I wanted to wear short hair with my Panta...
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So, you guys really don't think it's a big deal to do something for just the Toddler teachers? Good lord, help!
 

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So, you guys really don't think it's a big deal to do something for just the Toddler teachers? Good lord, help!

If the infant teachers don't care for your child, then I would say it's fine not to give them a gift. At my son's preschool I give a present to everyone who works with his group, even if their responsibilities are small (e.g. student and assistant teachers), but I don't give gifts to teachers who don't work with my son.
 
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