I had done a summer-highlander outfit with a cotton blouse, white linen cotten kilt, wool leggings and matching sporin, and my alpaca mohair sash... wore it to compliments 2 years ago Halloween in Seattle. Didn't have a chance to do up a new costume, so I dug it up again, and AMAZINGLY found all the bits... the calf-leggings (made from the sleeves of an old wool sweater, were in the mudroom, under some shoes... They had become some impressive moth-food. The holes were IMPRESSIVE. The sporin, in my woolen closet (which is full of bars of irish-spring soap (a trick I learned, instead of moth balls) was untouched. There have been very little in way of moths in the flat this year (which is a trick, living in the country, I'll tell you). But when I found those damaged leggins, I FREAKED A BIT! Went through all my sweaters... No damage or trace of moths. Must be from being left in the mudroom in the back of the closet.