"Pashmina" used to refer to anything
made of cashmere goat's wool. Below you
can see a piece of pashmina carpet.
However, as a noun, these days, it refers
to a shawl which may be made of a
number of materials, sometimes but not
always cashmere. For example, Strange
Chick Productions' pashminas generally
are made of a combination of acrylic and
viscose, and are silky soft!
You can find Strange Chick Productions at:
2100A South Scatterfield Road
Anderson, Indiana 46016
We are open to expansion; if you operate or know someone anywhere
in the United States whooperates a flea market or other such venue
that provides locked cases and handles sales (rather than requiring
vendor presence) feel free to contact us using the handy dandy form
to the right.
Dois Meninos Jogando Bilboquê by Belmiro de Almeida (1858–1935)
Strange Chick Productions sells gift items, specializing in
kendamas, those intriguing Japanese skill toys that
help develop eye- hand coordination, impress your posse and
secretly drive yourself mad.
We also feature a fine selection of soft, silky pashminas,
colorful fringed scarves that can be used to enhance a dressy
outfit, keep you warm on a crisp early spring day or ensure
modesty if you want to keep your head covered and still be
fashionable and attractive.
E-books by Gail M Feldman are now available for purchase
(at very modest prices) online, on this very site, right here!
Sometimes we choose to offer unexpected items -- you will
just have to come in and see what we have! It could be cool
fashion watches, fine, costume, vintage or handmade
The kendama is by no means new to the universe, though it seems to be catching on quite well in 21st-century America. Originally Japanese, there are versions of the kendama all over
the world, variously called, among
other names, bilboquê, balero,
emboque and coca.
Contact Strange Chick Productions:
Do you like innovative writing? The
chief cook, bottle washer, ailurophile
and prezzy of Strange Chick Productions
is Gail M Feldman, who is also a well-
published (but underpaid) writer of
articles, essays, poetry, recipes, short and
long fiction, drama, blurbs and random
effluvia. She currently offers more and
more e-books every day, here. If
politics do not frighten you, check out
her Facebook page.