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Saturday, December 8, 2012

Artisan Living With Autism Makes Beautiful Blankets

Who is Brent? He's a talented artisan who makes blankets in a variety of colors and sizes. He has been making his blankets for over 20 years. He is also a man who lives with Autism but who has not let it limit him. He's put his creative skills to use and crochets blankets for family, friends and the public to enjoy. He sells his work at the West Grove Farmer's Market and through personal contact.
Visit his small business Facebook page Blankets By Brent.

Brent showing one of his blankets
Support Brent's business. Order a blanket from him. The blankets are unique and not quite rectangular in shape. Brent combines colors and designs in each blanket and follows his creative muse. All the blankets are different. Give a gift this winter that will warm your body and your heart.
Brent lives in suburban Philadelphia at  Juniper Hill Farms with other men with autism.

Juniper Hill offers a unique opportunity for a small group of men living with autism to experience life on a farm. To find out more about Juniper Hill, you can visit their Facebook page at

At Juniper Hill Brent helps to take care of the fiber animals and hopes to someday be able to crochet shawls and neck warmers from his own alpaca's fiber. 

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