Since picking up the hobby of crocheting, I've accumulated quite a lot of yarn. Full skeins, half skeins, and tiny amounts left, they all need a place to stay. So I set off on a mission to organize my yarn stash.
After searching through various websites, I found two different DIY solutions that worked to organize my little yarn leftovers: close pins and old cardboard tubes.
I also discovered a new, excellent storage solution: Rubbermaid's Bento boxes. These boxes, which come in various sizes from very small cubes to large rectangles, all have snap out compartments that divide the boxes into sections. For example, you can divide the large box into five sections, four smaller squares with one large rectangle in the middle. The box is also deep enough that you can stand up unused skeins of yarn so you can see them easily. The larger of the boxes come with lids that also function as trays so you can cover the boxes or use the lids for a tray display on a coffee table.
Check out the pictures for details on the yarn organization!