Things are generally very quiet on the moth front at this time of year, particularly when it's as cold as over recent days, however there are still things to be found.
A few of my recent finds include the following:
Coleophora argentula cases on the seedheads of Yarrow - as with many of these, once you 'get your eye in' with one you tend to find several more relatively easily.
UKMoths covers the detail on this. I find a hand lens is sufficient, the hard job is coaxing the larvae far enough out of the case to be examined in detail!