Thank you for correcting the link.
Paper piecing makes my brain hurt. I already have a left/right disorder and paper piecing really makes my brain spin. So I color coded the thumbnail picture of the pieces and color coded the pieces as well. I used generic colors, pink, purple, white, gray, green, and then picked the fabrics as I went. I had stacks of fabric scraps all over the room. I found the cardboard trays the cat food cases come in very useful. I also used a big sheet of cardboard covered with a solid color fabric as the layout board. I don’t have any large flat permanent surfaces I can keep clear for that sort of thing, so the layout board was perfect. Light, moveable, and had to be protected from marauding cat paws.
It took me forever to re-sort everything back into the fabric stash afterwards.
But once I got my head straight, colors planned, it went surprisingly fast. I do think I will also color a thumbnail of the completed project in reverse - as seen from the back side. I kept getting dizzy translating back to front in my head.
But try paper piecing …start simple. It’s amazing with a good pattern. And then you’ll find harder ones…not so hard.