We are thrilled to debut  our new website and new look. We hope you like it! We launched our first website in the summer of 2011. It's been four and a half years and as we head towards our five year anniversary (!), we thought it was time for a refresh. We kept everything that you love about the old site...

Please join us this Friday from 6 - 8pm in the shop as we celebrate the wonderful Eloise and toast her and Josh on their next chapter. Eloise has been with JP Knit & Stitch since we first opened our doors in March 2011 . She quickly became indispensable, which will come as no surprise to anyone who have been lucky...

We're gearing up for crisp days, fall knitting, and the Greater Boston Yarn Crawl, and that means all sorts of new yarn. We've brought in favorite yarns from our own backyard, and from across the Atlantic. Plus, they're all machine washable! Skeinny Dipping: Hand dyed right here in Woburn, we have two squisky, lovely bases: Journey Worsted and and fingering weight...

We can't believe it's August! Summer is still here and we are wringing every moment that we can from it - hope you are too! Though we are knee deep in Fall planning - new yarns, new classes, new teachers - there is still lots of crafty fun to be had in the shop this month! Freedom Trail KAL - Join...

We have all sorts of events happening this summer! Check out the full list on the left, including workshops on weaving and needlepoint, plus a party. Here's a sample: Tonight! Join Alexis for an evening of Community Crochet! The utility pole outside the shop has had a knitted cozy since we opened (over 4 years ago!) and it's time to beautify that...

The lovely and talented Janice won the JP Knit & Stitch Me Made May Instagram contest. Me Made May is a celebration of all things handmade. Crafty folks from around the world post photos of their handmade goodness throughout the month of May. We sat down with Janice to chat about her crafty life. Here are the highlights: How did you...

Are you a knitter, sewer, quilter, embroiderer, chef, urban homesteader - all of the above? Whatever  manner of crafty maker you are, we have a beautiful book or magazine or quarterly to inspire your next project (edible or otherwise..check out the fiddlehead fern recipe in the latest lovely issue of our very local Maine based quarterly, Taproot). We file this...