I've received many kind words from people who liked the two quilts in Modern Patchwork Summer 2014 on pages 35 (Slow Curves Wallhanging) and page 48 (Disappearing 4 Patch). Instructions for making both quilts are also in this magazine.
Some readers have asked about the Ombre fabrics used in the Slow Curves™ Wallhanging. The fabric that I used is Cara Gelato Daiwabo Selection for E. E. Schenck Company #11216 in the 300 and 900 series. You can find this collection at many local quilt shops (that's where I bought my selections) and online. Here are some links I found when I googled this fabric:
There are other ombres by diffferent manufacturers out there. The key is to find fabric that graduates or blends from one color into another color, creating a graduated mix in the middle for at least one of the fabrics. The other fabrics that I used were monocolor that blended from dark to light.
I like the Gelatos because they also have a very, very thin random white line across the fabric that gives it more subtle movement. Hopefully, you can see this thin white marking close up in the image below but it blends into the colors from a distance. Lovely!!