The grandmother who turns cats into hats

Robyn Eades, who lives on a Tasmanian island, says her designs are increasingly popular, and she has taken orders from as far away as Siberia.

But although most of her designs are made from the skins of feral cats which roam the island, the trapper who sends her the carcasses admits his haul includes the odd unlucky pet.

The self-styled artist, 60, lives on remote King Island in the middle of the Bass Straight, south of Australia.


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  1. MamaToots says:

    Cruella Deville????

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