OK, so I was laying my daughter down for nap today and there was a big moth staring back at me from her mini blinds!!!! ACCKKK!!! I do remember seeing a month flying around in our garage yesterday... it might be that the same one snuck in at some point... our main entry to the house is through the garage.
Most of my stash is in bags or plastic bins, but I do have some out in the open.
If the moth was stationary and had its wings spread out, you can be pretty sure it was NOT a clothes moth. Webbing clothes moths (the most common) and casemaking clothes moths both have wings that lie along the body when they are not flying. Any that fly are males, the females run and hop.
La Tricoteuse Heureuse
Currently knitting a Weasley sweater in Rowan Felted Tweed for a nephew, the pullover "Erica" in Noro Cash Iroha, and E.Zimm's "Pie are Square" shawl in possum laceweight.