I have decided to start my organizing by cutting the smallest scraps into 1.5" squares (for a postage stamp quilt some day) and 2.5" squares (perfect for leaders and enders). I will deal with the larger pieces of fabric once all of the tiny bits are out of the bin.
I have chosen to store my 2.5" squares in one of the canvas boxes that line the bottom shelf of my bookcases. I can see myself cutting more 2.5" squares than 1.5" squares as you can always cut down the larger square to "make" the smaller square, should the need arise.
I don't have many squares cut, and not being a very prolific quilter I can see this taking a while to fill.
If 2.5" squares will take a while to fill a canvas box, the 1.5" squares would take an eternity! So I am storing them in an empty cardboard photo box.
I have even fewer postage stamp size, but I am sure as I work through my scrap bin they will continue to grow.
Today is not a good day, physically, but being able to still "make progress" in my sewing room adds a spark to my day.