A Norwegian rosemaled barn quilt adorns the barn of Charlie and Marianne Schick. Marianne learned about rosemaling while living in Stoughton and decided to use rosemaling and floral colors on her barn quilt. She chose the pattern on line and used it because it resembled rosemaling. The Schicks purchased the farm in l963 where they raised their five children. The children helped with the chores while learning good work ethics, respect, and love of animals. The Schicks have many great memories of activities with their children in their barn over the years like shooting baskets and building homecoming floats. The 1830-1860 barn that holds the barn quilt was first used for milking cows. Then it transitioned to raising hogs, and now it is being used for beef cattle.