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My patterns with FPP templates assume a general knowledge of paper piecing. I don't currently offer a class on paper piecing, but I may do so in the future. If you need help with this technique, an excellent source is this tutorial from Connecting Threads.
Also, there are many books that give very thorough directions on paper piecing. A particular favorite of mine is Playful Little Paper Pieced Projects compiled by Tacha Bruecher.