Seminole piecing is a technique that involves cutting the fabric into strip sets, cutting them apart and sewing them together again to make a new pieced strip an interesting pattern. Traditionally, these decorative strips of fabric were used in garments. Therefore the finished strips would be of a small scale. In Simply Seminole, the author enlarges the patterns to make them suitable to quilting.
Making a Seminole quilt is a great opportunity to experiment with color and value. I like to start with a theme fabric and gather other fabrics to support it. This is a great project for seeing what values or hues are missing in your fabric stash. I've found that I don't have enough light values. To remedy this, whenever I go to a fabric shopping, I look for a pastel fabric to bring home with me.