First thing finished in July was a hat that I started the evening of June 30th (was bored and didn't feel like working on the Mario blanket... odds are it will look a LOT like OTHER hats completed recently (kind of in a rut, I know).
Second Charity hat - Turned into DADA simple ribbed edge and stockinette body - fits a prompt to cover your eyes from the vision of the basilisk.... see? -- I did have fun digging for scraps... will do more like this.
Quidditch called for another hat (or... ball carrier...) you decide. More scraps.
That brings my annual total of charity hats to #21.... which is a little shy of goal. I'll probably make one more hat this month - for Charms. And then take a little break next month and focus on getting at least 20 or more completed during the next HPKCHC term (Sept - Nov).
Additionally, I finished the Mario blanket (picture in last post).
And Quidditch #2 - is another hat. For the first time in a long time though... it's for family instead of charity. My son lost his ski mask and in February had asked me to make him one. Of course, starting it at the end of February ensures that the weather would turn nice (it did)... so I procrastinated making it until this summer... it's already in the winter hat collection basket ready and waiting for it to get cold again.
I'm about half-done with my Aran Square of the month (which is actually Aprils - I am a bit behind since I haven't made any since March. Divination has a pretty easy fit where you can tie it to something seen in ashes after a Phoenix's burning day.
I'm also planning on a second Aran Square this month. It'll take a little storytelling - but this one will go into Potions, I figure the complex potion can be inspired by Prof. Snape, the Half-Blood Prince.
And then I'm nuts enough to think I can do another summer top for myself in the last 12 days of the month. Sleeveless, tank top... something pretty simple. I LOVE my tank I finished last month and got inspired to try to use up some yarn that I had stashed for making a top. I'll turn it in for History of Magic and take a photo of wearing it while walking the dog.