I got the wild idea to organize my Japanese Taupe fabric collection.
I am embarrassed to say the above is only a portion of my fabric, although it is a big chunk of it. It makes me want to create a million zillion taupe quilts.
I store my fabric in wire bins so they can have air flow around them. Textiles don't like to be stored in plastic, or near light. I keep a huge very low cost Ikea curtain thrown over the bin holder at all times to avoid light damage. I did not always do this and I had some damage unfortunately. Over time, please do be careful of this.
Inside of the bins, I start with genre of fabric (ie Japanese Taupes, Japanese Yarn Dyed, Civil War Reproductions, 1930's reproductions, etc) and I organize by color inside of the genre. Most quilts I make out of only one genre pallet so the organization method matches my design thinking for a new quilt.
While wandering around the web:
I picked up an amazing knit shawl pin recently by Plover - keep your shawl on you or use in a scarf. Beautiful. Most clever designs.
My son asked me to paint my nails in this color (his favorite) and I did. That's love for you.
Ukrainian Easter Eggs by Blue Blossoms Easter Egg - wow, nuff said.