I love making Strip Scrap quilts because of the freedom they allow me. I make no design decisions until fairly late in the process.
After randomly sewing together scraps of similar widths, I end up with multicolored strips about 30 yards long. I then sew them one to another to make a wider strip, then sew these together, continuing until these strips reach 8-10 inches wide. I then cut them to the length of the finished quilt, and arrange them on a wall.
The piece of fabric I decided to use for the back of this quilt wasn't wide enough, so there's a little bonus strip scrap action on the back!