On her hundredth birthday, Lillian Weber plans to complete her thousandth personalized dress for a girl in Africa. Over the past two years, Weber has crafted more than 800 child-sized dresses in her farm house. She normally makes one per day, stitching the patterned fabric with an original design to give it a personalized touch.
“It’s just one of those things you learn how to do and enjoy,” she said.
Weber will turn 100 on May 6 next year.
“She personalizes them all,” said Linda Purcell, Weber’s daughter. “It’s not like good enough that she makes the dresses, she has to put something on the front to make it look special, to give it her touch.”
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