I left the socks out so it would photograph well. What you don’t see are the two (smaller, but deeper) drawers above this that are used for athletic socks (colors on the left, white on the right), or the box of additional socks in a downstairs closet.
T-shirt and other dividers will be designed later, but the socks had to be dealt with first. One of the best benefits is that Blue socks are on the left side and black / dark grey are now on the right.
And a learning to my fellow 'Forge designers, which you can see in some of the pictures - when making dividers like this, use a combination of lengths for the cross pieces - I ended up starting with some that are divided into two pieces (at 15 and 1/2+ inches each), and then added a variation that is split into three pieces. Its good because it provides an extra lavel / layer of stability across the rows, AND it lets you leverage scrap pieces as well.
Out of happenstance, I also discovered that I like having the cross pieces not as tall / deep as the Aisle dividers - and I have them positioned so they aren’t resting totally on the floor of the drawer. It provides a little bit of “flow” flexibility for socks to “eek” under a divider a bit on the bottom, but still maintain the integrity of the position overall.
I did briefly consider using clear acrylic, but until Dan puts out the proofgrade Febreeze, I think that would be a bit much…
I’ll post a zipped SVG file with 5 or 6 different variations that I used / experimented with in a minute - especially if it helps anyone else as a starting point. One of the things you will see is that in some of the later files, I started varying the colors slightly so that it would be easy to remove or move individual “panels” to easily fit them on draftboard remnants. (I REALLY wanted to finish this up, and while I have 30 pieces of medium draftboard on order, didn’t want to have to wait until they got here for this one project (drawer) to be finished.