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Friday, April 28, 2006

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Carole

I can't see what you found and the suspense is killing me!

elisa

Dude - probably you're okay, but, then what the hell do I know?

I bet Kellee will have actual advice... ;)

Carole

I don't think that's the type of moth that eats wool. But you should double check to be sure.

Stacey

It can't hurt to be careful - all the yarn into plastic ziplocs!! Go! Before the army invades! :) (do let us know if it is the kind that loves wool)

Martha

It really might not be a wool moth. There is a type of moth, called the winter moth, that invades suburban homes throughout the winter. Their population is literally out of control because they have no natural predators in Massachusetts. Winter moths aren't interested in wool at all.

But, you never know, and it doesn't hurt to be safe...

Kate

I'm no help but wishing you good luck!

JEFFIE

It looks like the moth from "Silence of the Lambs" so be careful. You may have more than wool destruction to worry about.
"Was she a great big fat girl?"
-Buffalo Bill

margene

Wrong type of moth...you're safe.

Judy

Is that moth blue??? It is on my monitor. Wool moths are sort of light beige. That is NOT a wool moth.

Kellee

NOT.A.WOOL.MOTH.

Seriously.

Deep breath.

Better?

Not that I'm saying that you shouldn't put every scrap of natural fiber in your home into the freezer in a 3-4 week cycle, mind you, but then, I'm an absolute freakazoid about those bastards now. However, that behemouth? Not the demon you are looking for.

If you ever see something flitting about that is about the size of your pinkie finger nail? Call me. I'll bring wine.

sandy, the doe

DAMN YOU, MOTHS!
Keep your stomping shoes handy, eh?

claudia

I'd listen to Kellee. The voice of experience.

Stephanie

One benefit to living in Wyoming - no moths. Or at least I've never seen a single one.

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