Iditarod Traveling Quilt 10 is Born in Wisconsin

26 08 2012

Quilt 10, other wise known as the ‘Wolf Quilt” has every stitch in line and is set to head out on a journey to classrooms not just in the United States, but also to Europe!

Quilt 10 was sewn by Terrie Hanke.  Each square was created by a teacher who attended the 2012 Summer Camp for Teachers or a classroom that participated in the Iditarod Traveling Quilt Project last year.

Quilt will travel first to Germany and then all the way to Nebraska to visit Ms. Andrews.  From there, Quilt will travel to Ohio to see Mrs. Wyckoff, Texas to visit with Mrs. Hart, and Georgia to be spend time with Ms. Fitts and Ms. Ackermann.  Next, Quilt will head back to Nebraska to spend February with Ms. Maly’s students before spending the 2013 Iditarod with Ms. Bentson who teaches in California.  Towards the end of March, Quilt will head to New York to celebrate the end of the race with Ms. Alix before ending the school year with Mrs. Lee in Maine!

What an incredible jouney Quilt will have this year!

Get out your maps!  Get ready to trace the journey of this quilt and the other quilts!

Check the site often to read about the Iditarod Traveling Quilts and the schools they visit.

Use the menu on the right side of the page to sort and read about just Quilt 10 or any other quilt.

The menu can also help you find lesson ideas or other important information!

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