Indeed, where has this month gone?! It's prime garden season here in western Oregon and that also means a lot of time spent watering if one doesn't have everything automated. We drag hoses around and connect sprinklers and soaker hoses, plus do a lot of hand watering. All this to say, not much time for quilt-making. I did manage to do some antique quilt shopping by way of a few small local estate sales. Major fun, estate sale browsing! My most recent find is shown here, and I'll be posting about the others as time permits.
July's one and only NewFO is this grandbaby quilt started for a little one expected in mid-September. I'd been admiring this little antique quilt for some time now, and it seemed perfect to draw inspiration from to create an updated version for the new addition to our family.
Slow progress is being made with the hand quilting of checkered past, though I don't have any updated photos today.
So, that's my July. I hope you're all enjoying these warm summer days and all the lovely garden produce that comes our way this season. Linking up with the July NewFO Challenge at Cat Patches, where you can see the projects that everyone else has begun this month.