Just in case you were wondering, the answer is yes. My home is where orphan fabric comes to live. My mom was going to throw away the scraps from a western (roping) quilt that she made. I saw these big pieces of fabric with destination landfill and said, "Well, let me see if I can do something with them." I don't know why I can't just let it go. Soooo, I decided to make them work. I first cut them in as big of pieces as I could - fussy cutting around the scenes. I then arranged them on the wall. Finally, I used leftovers from three other past projects to fill in the blanks. I just sorta added bars of fabric to make them fit.
I have not mulled through my stash to figure out what border, binding, and backing to use. I have no more of these scraps, which is nice. Toward the end, it was getting kinda scary as to if I was going to have enough of these to even get the top put together. So the overall look came together.
I will not keep be keeping it. I prefer a more antiqued European chamber room look in my home. You would never know it by the silly scrap quits I have been making. I am however, cleaning out the little piles of 'project scraps,' and I think it was worth saving them from the landfill. Never fear, I have lots of other orphans to tend to:)