Wow, so incredible!
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Lillian Weber is on a mission.
Every day she makes another dress for a small child she’ll never meet.
“I could probably make two a day, but I only make one,” she says.
The dresses are collected and sent overseas to little girls in Africa by a Christian outreach group called “Little Dresses for Africa”.
“I have to be busy,” says Lillian.
And she’s been very busy.
In the past two years she’s made more than 840 dresses and she plans to make 150 more by May 6th of next year.
You see, by next May, Lillian will turn 100 years old and it will be her one thousandth dress.
“It’s just one of those things you learn how to do and enjoy,” she says.
In Lillian’s Scott County farm house are completed dresses for little girls, made from a pattern, but each with extra stitching…
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