For the background fabric: cut four 2 inch squares, one 1.25 by 4 inch strip, one 1.25 by 2 inch strip, and a 1.25 inch square.
For the dark fabric: cut one 2 inch square, a 1.25 by 2 inch strip, a 1.25 by 2.5 inch strip, and three 1.25 inch squares.
For the medium fabric: cut one 1.25 by 4 inch strip, a 1.25 by 2.5 inch strip, a 2 by 5 inch rectangle, and five 1.25 inch squares.
Arrange the following for sewing:
Add one 1.25 inch medium flip triangle to three of the 2 inch squares of background. (These are the three corners that aren't the piglet's tail.)
Add two 1.25 inch flip triangles to the 2 inch square of dark fabric: one background flip triangle and one medium flip triangle kitty corner from each other. (This is the piglet ear.)
Add three dark flip triangles and one medium flip triangle to a 2 inch square of background. (This makes the tail.)
Sew the two 1.25 by 4 inch strips of background and medium fabric together. (These will make piglet midsections.)
Sew the two 1.25 by 2.5 inch strips of dark and medium fabric together. (This will make piglet feet.)
Sew a 1.25 by 2 inch rectangle of dark to one end of the 2 by 5 inch rectangle of medium, and sew a 1.25 by 2 inch rectangle of background fabric to the other end. (This is the piglet snout and body).
Next, cut the strip sets in half. You will have two 1.25 inch squares of dark and medium fabric for the piglet's feet. You will also have two 2 inch squares of background and medium fabric. One goes between the piglet ear and tail. The other goes between the two pig's feet.
The second photo shows how to arrange the components for sewing. There are four components in the top row, the middle row is complete, and the bottom row has five components.