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I actually use this very idea in my studio closet--LLAbbott --- CRAFT ORGANIZER. Good idea!

SIX-SHELF YARN AND CRAFT ORGANIZER from Patternworks. The side pockets are a nice touch. Or a normal closet organizer with pockets on the side, you could add them yourself!

"Organize the yarn you're using in a project with this simple DIY. You need: 1 plastic basket with holes, 1 knitting needle, 1 drinking straw, and your yarn wound in "cakes" as in the picture. Voila! Easy as pie and there's room for your hooks, needles, scissors and pattern underneath, too!" from KnittingGuru via http://www.pinterest.com/teretegui/

Tutorial - "Organize the yarn you're using in a project with this simple DIY. You need: 1 plastic basket with holes, 1 knitting needle, 1 drinking straw, and your yarn wound as in the picture.