Essem Sween answered:
Thank you Patt, I'm not sure which one you loved, the mish-mash or the more monochrome. The most difficult bit for me, was deciding on the colour scheme, then working out a way to make sure I put the right 'tops' with the 'bottoms' in the end I went with the old fashioned coloured pencil method and assigned each fabric a different colour, then coloured in the relevant space on the paper pattern, so I could always check back to my list to make sure I was sewing the right bit in place. It looks so complex but essentially you cut one whole triangle out of each fabric and then cut it in two, the only way to go wrong is to butt the wrong top and bottom together. I learned how to do paper piecing in the 2012 BOM course, now I really love it, I Thank you for taking the time to comment though, it's much appreciated.