The Nellie Poncho/Blanket is a multi-purpose reversible piece that can be worn as a poncho, a cape, used as a blanket, a picnic blanket or a nursing cover. It is a versatile piece that can travel with you on planes, trains, or automobile. You'll have it ready for whatever adventure comes your way.
The Nellie Poncho/Blanket is named after Nellie Bly. Nellie Bly was the pen name of Elizabeth Cochran Seaman who was an American investigative journalist, industrialist, and inventor who was known for her record-breaking trip around the world in 72 days. She is from the Pittsburgh area.
"Energy rightly applied can accomplish anything." -Nellie Bly
They are made from vintage kantha blankets. Every piece is unique, made for you to experience maximum comfort. They may contain naturally distressed fabric, holes or patches. It is part of their character and charm.
Every Otto Finn jacket is named after one of our heroines. They are made from sustainably sourced materials and made in Pittsburgh, PA. Otto Finn is proud to be a women-led team dedicated to creating sustainable fashion.
First 8 photos are of the actual Nellie poncho/ blanket in this listing, the rest are reference photos for how the blanket can us styled or used. Natasha who is pictured first is 5'6" and Sam is 6'3".
L 36" h x 72.5" w
Main: cotton. Because the fabric is vintage, exact content is not known. Trim: 100% cotton.
Care: Hand wash or machine wash cold on shortest delicate cycle with a mild detergent. Line dry and warm iron as needed.