Finally a fully finished object! I got my Granny Square SAL finished and framed it in this quite dramatic frame.

I loved choosing the colours for this, picking out my favourites and calmly stitching along. One square a week was a relaxed pace.

I would have happily kept on stitching these squares, it's quite addictive and a really big piece full of granny squares would look amazing. Maybe one day.

With other projects to get back to though (and oops maybe start!), I stuck to four. Also I liked the idea of keeping it small within a bigger frame.

In my search for frames, I happened upon this black and gold frame from photo frames & art on Etsy. I got the 8 x 8" frame with mount, which is for a 4 x 4" photo. They have so many great frames and a lovely range of sizes. It was a reasonable price and came really nicely packaged. Highly recommend, they are a family run business and the frames are made in the UK. 

Currently this piece is sitting on a ledge, as the frame has a stand, but it also has a hook so it will get hung on the wall eventually. I can't be expected to get pieces both framed and hung surely?!

The Granny Square Cross Stitch pattern is free, you can download it from Fat Quarter Shop.

Have a fabulous weekend and don't forget to join in with the #SaturdayNightCraftAlong over on Instagram!