So I decided to blog about how I store all those useful tutorials that I find online and want to keep, without having to search through my bookmarks every few days.
When I first started doing this I had everything stored in a cardboard foolscap sized folder, but couldn't find anything! I then started an index system, but couldn't keep up with the indexing (sigh).
A couple of years ago The Young One had to start using A4 plastic inserts for keeping loose leaf papers in so she didn't lose them (she has to keep everything from 6° upwards - reams of paper everywhere!).
At rentrée these inserts are sold by the 100's for centimes, as well as the loose leaf folders to keep them in. Some have the inserts sealed into the spine and it's these which provided the answer.
The top one is for odds and sods found on my blogging and internet travels and the other two are pretty obvious. I thought Tonya suited purple and I think of Bonnie as a blue person.
This is a photo of some of the stuff in the unclassified section
and this is an extract from Tonya's folder showing how I print the pages to save paper (and ink).
Each tutorial is in its own plastic insert so all I have to do is take them out of the insert when I need them. In Tonya's case, they are filed in numerical order. The photo shows her first letters tutorial.
They are stored with my quilting books, take up hardly any space at all and the best bit is I know where everything is.
I've also got one for loose leaf recipes which is kept next to the cooker. It's my very own recipe book.
Heigh ho - back to the binding (yuk!).