Yes. I can see it that way. It gets stacked, then folded in its self starting at the bottom then rolled up like normal.
I'll say that having some long filler throughout the scrap is why I show it like that in the picture.
I realize this thread is ancient history, but thanks DS for your initial post and the idea of how to overlap the binder leaves shown in your third image. I used the idea successfully with scrap filler, and also with long filler. Having binder leaf positioned under the whole bunch at the start helps me, as a new roller, even out the fill and compression when bunching. Plus I could identify with the notion of rolling a "crude mockery of a cigar".