I have become a hoarder, not really out of bad habits but more out of a need. It's those tiny little pieces from trimming and cutting, some being no larger then a quarter that are like gold to me. Those little pieces always seem to save me when I make a mistake. Wait what ? Yes I said it, I make mistakes. But all joking aside good luck finding them without me pointing them out. It usually seems to happens in joinery and I think it's safe to say that ever one eventually ends up with a joint that just does not close up right, the separation between one person to the next is how they address that ugly gap that makes you want to scream. The go to seems to be a squirt of glue, rub it with some saw dust then sand. It is also the ugliest thing you can do to what would other wise be a beautiful piece a furniture. This is where my scrap hoarding earns its keep, finding a piece that matches in gain and wood tone and shaping it to a wedge that will fit into that gap then gluing it in. Once the glue dries flush it up and ninety percent of the time no one will ever be able to pick it out. As awesome as the modern wood glues are they are just that, glue and because of this when it dries it does not resemble anything that looks like wood. Not the tone, not the texture, and certainly not the way finish sets up on it. It's sort of like using a red marker on a white piece of paper, it has that ability to say look at me I'm right here. Not necessarily a look I personally want in a project I have spent months on.