This one is larger, but it's what I'm describing and you can see what I mean more clearly than on smaller ones (which have unclear pics online): http://crafts-sewing.hsn.com/art-bin-translucent-super-satchel-organizer-with-12-compartments_pf-1071524_xp.aspx?&mr:referralID=ab10cfb7-ec2e-11df-b21a-001b2166c2c0&rdr=1&cm_mmc=Shopping%20Engine-_-Shopzilla-_-Crafts%20and%20Sewing-_-1071524 they make them smaller, sized for embroidery floss bobbins; about 1"x1" in each row, with about 5 rows in a box (about 6" deep). They're ideal for stashes (and also for dice, and miniatures, so your local Warhammer type group may know where to find them, though I've found them at Michaels's and AC Moore readily). S. On Tue, Nov 9, 2010 at 12:52 PM, Kyle Turner <emperor799@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > Thanks for the suggestion Stephanie, et all but I'm having trouble finding > the things some of you have referenced online. > > When I search for "small parts organizer", I keep getting hard plastic > containers like this and when I seach for "embroidery floss containers", I > get tiny bead storage instead. > > Can you guys link pictures of what you're talking about so I know what to > look for at the store? > > > Thanks > > On Tue, Nov 9, 2010 at 12:23 PM, Stephanie M. Clarkson > <thespian@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: >> >> Embroidery floss containers. They're about the size of a trade >> paperback book, and hold 5-7 stashes. look for the kind with >> adjustable dividers, so the stashes can be stacked (and you can use >> extra rows for dice, pens, etc). They cost about $3-4. Ask at the >> local craft store. >> >> S. >> >> On Tue, Nov 9, 2010 at 8:40 AM, Kyle Turner <emperor799@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: >> > Okay, so I'm going to buy a bunch replacement packs to help with demos >> > and >> > I'm wondering if I should bother buying empty tubes to put them in. >> > >> > I'm not asking for any details on IceDice, just, if I get a bunch of >> > tubes >> > will I be regretting it next summer and spending again for some new >> > storage? >> > >> > >> > >> > Aside from tubes, are there any specific ways other rabbits store their >> > pyramids by stash? >> > >> > Do any rabbits have suggestions / pics for storing a bunch of random >> > pyramids together in a neat manner? (i.e. not shoebox of loose pyramids) >> > >> > _______________________________________________ >> > Rabbits mailing list >> > Rabbits@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx >> > http://lists.looneylabs.com/mailman/listinfo/rabbits >> > Rabbit Wiki: >> > http://rabbits.continuation.org/wiki/Main_Page >> > >> >> >> >> -- >> -- >> Web Developer, Puppet Designer, and Bartender. >> _______________________________________________ >> Rabbits mailing list >> Rabbits@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx >> http://lists.looneylabs.com/mailman/listinfo/rabbits >> Rabbit Wiki: >> http://rabbits.continuation.org/wiki/Main_Page > > > _______________________________________________ > Rabbits mailing list > Rabbits@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx > http://lists.looneylabs.com/mailman/listinfo/rabbits > Rabbit Wiki: > http://rabbits.continuation.org/wiki/Main_Page > -- -- Web Developer, Puppet Designer, and Bartender.