I have been sewing my scrap fabrics to phone book pages. I tear out a bunch of pages and then using the straight side of the page cut the pages six inches by the length of the page, ten or so at a time. I had almost a hundred of these pages which turn out to be about 6 x 10.75. While watching TV, I tear off the paper on the back once I get a bunch sewn. I want to make a lap/throw quilt with them, so I tried the table runner first to see if I liked the method = quilt as you go (QAYG) first. So this is my result. I loved it better after I washed it. It is amazing how all the scraps just float in the center. I used a gray kona cotton on the sashing and borders.
This is about as Halloween as I get. So now I know how it works and want to go on and make a lap quilt. Quite easy. I used the method in "Mile-A-Minute Quilts" by Sharon Hultgren.