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Martha Sinkeldam and Alison Charles crocheting and knitting in a sunny spot in Waddington's library. Photo: Todd Moe
Martha Sinkeldam and Alison Charles crocheting and knitting in a sunny spot in Waddington's library. Photo: Todd Moe

In a cozy corner in Waddington on a cold day

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So, how do you cope with cold weather? A brisk walk outdoors, or indoors with a good book? Earlier this week, Todd Moe stopped by the library in Waddington, along the St. Lawrence River, but not to find a book.

Nearly every Tuesday afternoon, regardless of the weather, a few fiber artists gather at the library. It's informal. You'll find them in the Reading Room, surrounded by books, local heirlooms and their knitting, crocheting and embroidery projects.

It seemed like a cozy idea -- working with warm wool while the outdoor thermometer hovered below zero. But, the four women Todd met said they really don't mind winter -- a sunny window, in a cozy corner on a cold afternoon is just right.

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Doris Kearn and Marilyn Bliss spend most Tuesdays at the Hepburn Library in Waddington. Photo: Todd Moe

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Todd Moe
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