When using multiple router bits to create fancy profiles, the bits tend to clutter up your work area unless you take the time to put them back in a case or holder.

If you're using router bits with 14 " shanks, you can simply slip the shanks into the holes of any empty section of perforated hardboard with 14 " holes. The shanks of the router bits will fit snugly and the bits won't fall out. If you use 14 "-shank bits, you can drill a few 12 " holes in your hardboard near where you do most of your routing. Space these holes far enough apart that the cutters on your bits don't touch.
—From the WOOD® magazine shop