Hooks/Patterns and Books
Peg's will be participating in Grand Pacific Junction's Ladies Night Out on Thursday, May 5. All yarn sales on May 5 will be at 10% off.
Peg's will be closed on Saturday, May 28, so that we can attend the Great Lakes Fiber Show at Wayne County Fairground in Wooster, Ohio. If you have never gone, it is worth the trip. If you have ever gone, you already know it is worth the trip!!
See info on current Sales and our Loyalty Program under the FAQ section below.
We have a bin of single skein yarns. These are yarns that we either cannot get the color or a line that we will no longer be carrying or is no longer in production. At times, there may be two skeins. Price as marked.
Living in Northeast Ohio, you know that sometimes the weather outside can be frightful. If so, call first to make sure we are open!! 216-856-1501.
REGULAR BUSINESS HOURS:
- Tuesday - Saturday10:00am - 04:00pm
We've got COTTON in a variety of weights, blends, solids, variegated and mixed colors. YOU just have to come in to check them out.
100% Organic Cotton
Huasco Cotón Kettle Dyes
5% other fibers
Dungaree Rainbow Tweed
76% Recycled Cotton
12% other fibers
Frequently Asked Questions
Where is Peg's exactly?
Peg's is in Grand Pacific Junction, which is part of Historic Olmsted Falls. The shop is located in the shopping area with the veranda, between the Depot Barber Shop and LaBelle Bridal Salon.
What yarns does Peg's sell?
Cascade Yarns and Knitting Fever Yarns (which include Ella Rae, Queensland, Araucania, EYB, Euro Baby, Jody Long and others). She also sells her own hand-spun and hand-dyed yarns.
Does the shop host any knitting groups?
Soggy Bottom Gals Sock Club meets from 11:00-1:00 at Peg’s Knit & Spin on the second Saturday of each month. All our welcome. You don't have to be a sock knitter or have a Soggy Bottom.
What kind of needles does Peg's sell?
Lykke circular and double pointed and crochet hooks. She also has sets of Lykke and Knitters Pride needles. She also sells a variety of Knitters' Pride needles. Currently, she does not carry any straight needles.
Stash acquired beyond life expectancy!
Does Peg's offer knitting lessons?
Yes, by appointment only. Classes are a minimum of two hours long. The cost is $40 and includes the materials. For an appointment for knitting lessons, please contact Mary Lynn at 440-570-3601. If necessary, please leave a message and she will get back to you as soon as possible.
If you know how to knit, but have questions or want to hone your skills, you can stop in anytime.
After purchasing 10 skeins of yarn, receive a 10% discount on the 11th skein purchased. Loyalty cards are available at checkout.
Please note that Peg's is not responsible for keeping track of your purchases or your Loyalty card.
What are your terms and conditions?
All purchases are final.
Unless you are in the shop for knitting lessons or "sit and knits," no beverages or foods are allowed. Knitting lessons and "sit and knits" are held in the back of the shop.
Do we ship?
Yes. We try to keep the shipping costs competitive. We ship via USPS. If you wish any expedited services, the additional cost will be included and charged to your credit card AFTER the package has been shipped.
The blessed ability to work on craft projects when you should be doing something else, like the laundry
What to do if a train is stopped on the tracks at Columbia and you are trying to get to Peg's
As soon as you realize that a train is stopped (not too hard to do when the traffic is backed up AND cars are turning around), you need to do the following:
Turn around and go North on Columbia to Cook Road (there is a light). Go west on Cook Road to Fitch Road (the next light). Turn left onto Fitch to Bagley Road (the next light). Turn left onto Bagley to Columbia. Turn left onto Columbia. You will probably see the stopped train but you will be on the right side of the tracks to find Peg's in Grand Pacific Junction, which is on the left side. Turn left onto Mills Road (by the Grand Pacific Hotel) and enter any of the drives on the right. Ta da!
Stitch markers 101: I love stitch markers from just plain old metal loops, to the dangling kind to those that look like light bulbs. And I have LOTS of stitch markers in a variety of tins, attached to magnets and, of course, in WIPs. So why is it, when I truly need one, I can't find one. Fortunately, all is not lost. I have used:
Paper clips, safety pins, rubber bands, hair ties and loops of yarn. They all do the trick. And, I do know of very experienced knitters that truly prefer to use loops of yarn rather than anything else.
To do at Peg's
Knitting Lessons are by appointment only. Please contact Mary Lynn at 440-570-3601 and leave a message. She will get back to you as soon as possible.
Knitting lessons cost $40 and include the materials.
If you already know how to knit/crochet/spin, you don't need lessons. If you have questions regarding any of your projects, please stop in or call. We would be happy to help!