The quilt police are likely to pick up that the seams don't match or that the piecing looks not coordinated or straight or whatever. I am not concerned about that. I'm concerned with developing a fun and fast way to piece and then create from there.
Again the technique is so simple but leaves a complicated look at the end. Here's how to start: Decide on your background color. I like to use solid colors, but I've had good results with a print as you'll see in further postings. Then pick 5 colors for the complementary strips. Then cut (1) 10 in. square from each complimentary color. Lay each one on top of each other, being careful to think about lights and dark's not being up against each other in the stack.
Have fun, let me know how it works for you?
You might be interested in this new link for the tutorial technique at Quilting Gallery.