Tineola bisselliella. Clothing moths: the scourge of the fiber crafter.
Traditional moth solutions are either horribly toxic or not all that effective. (Moth balls – bad bad bad.) (Cedar, eucalyptus, weird scented soaps – they might discourage moths taking up residence, but if they’ve already moved in, they’re not going to help all that much.)
These, on the other hand, actually help.
Image borrowed from the Lee Valley Hardware site – these are their version. Others look similar.
Sticky moth traps. They use pheromones to attract the moths. They are totally without scent, and child and pet-safe. (Although they are very very sticky. I managed to get one stuck to the carpet once.)
In Canada, you can get them from Lee Valley Hardware. In the US, the ‘Safer’ brand is readily available. They need replacing every three months or so, but they’re inexpensive, very easy to use, very safe and very effective.
Haley wrote a truly outstanding post on the Zen of Making blog about dealing with a moth infestation, and prevention. Go read it.