Yesterday DH and I went to Clifton for the Norwegian Country Christmas Tour. The tour included a quilt show, some decorated homes and a historic house and church. Since my ancestors are from Norway, anything about Norwegians coming to the USA is interesting to me. My relatives settled in Minnesota and Chicago.
The quilt show was small, but there were some beautiful quilts there. No names of makers were given, but I especially liked these three.
The Ringness House Museum is a partially restored house built in 1859.
|I love the quilt on this bed.|
|The grandmother's flower garden quilt is over 100 years old.|
|Fireplace in the Ringness home.|
|I had to put in the picture of the flags blowing in the wind!|
|St. Olaf Church, also referred to as the Rock Church, was built in 1886.|