Atteva punctella or Ailanthus Webworm Moth is thought to be native to South Florida and the American tropics. How it made it to my garden is a bit of a mystery because it isn't suppose to over winter in cold climates.
It is thought that it migrates north (up to Canada) during the warm months but I'm not sure if it returns in the fall or if it just dies. Considered a minor pollinator in the garden I've spotted it here in Chicago visiting my sunflowers and purple cone flowers.
Part of its common name comes from the fact that it has made the invasive Ailanthus altissima tree its home. The supposed 'Tree of Heaven' has turned out to be anything but heavenly since it was introduced to the West from Asia but it has given home to a pretty cool moth.