While Therese was organizing her bobbins, I was tackling the sea of clothes that was my infant's dresser. I had seen an ad for beautifully papered inserts in a ladies' magazine, and recreated my own using decorative self-adhesive shelf paper and cardboard (the panels of a disposable diaper box were the perfect size.) I finished the edges with colored duct tape.
I organized the clothes in the following categories:
-long sleeved tops/onesies
-short sleeved onesies
-mix and match bottoms
Socks and hats are stored separately in baskets, but one could certainly include compartments for them as well.
I folded the clothes so that no sleeves, collars, tails, etc were loose, and placed them in the drawer like files in a cabinet (open side down). All pieces for an outfit were rolled inside the top. This has eliminated tangles and toppling. Outgrown apparel is immediately removed from the rotation.
If I was doing this again (especially for a child who picked out their own clothes) I would use two thicknesses of cardboard for added stability. But what a difference this has made!