Our brick & mortar store is NOW OPEN to the general public Thursday-Saturday 11am-4pm. Local in-store pick-up is available during these hours. You can also schedule a private shopping appointment during non-open hours by emailing Bobbi@shophazelandrose.com. Our brick & mortar store is NOW OPEN to the general public Thursday-Saturday 11am-4pm. Local in-store pick-up is available during these hours. You can also schedule a private shopping appointment during non-open hours by emailing Bobbi@shophazelandrose.com.
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WINTER HOURS

Tue-Sat 11am-5pm

(January - February)

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201 6th St SE #2

Minneapolis, MN 55414

201 6th St SE #2

Minneapolis, MN 55414

WINTER HOURS

Tue-Sat 11am-5pm

(January - February)

Al's Tailoring

Hip Pack / Crossbody | Black Canvas

$ 58.00
Size

It is greatly appreciated that the use of Hazel & Rose gift cards are not applied to Al's Tailoring pieces as we are merely facilitating this sale for Allison. If you have questions about this please email bobbi@shophazelandrose.com. Thank you, and I appreciate your understanding.

 

Your go-to Hip Pack / Crossbody bag. This pack is made with black canvas and the brass zipper and hardware are of the highest quality.

Each Al's tailoring bag is made with at least one dead-stock, recycled, donated, or found fabric. 

 

SIZES

Monster Packs : 12” wide, 8” tall, 4” deep. The bag for everything. Monster packs can easily fit your essentials along with a book, a small tablet, multiple snacks, or even a small dog. 

Classic Packs : 9” wide, 5.5” tall, 3” deep. Perfect size for the essentials: phone, wallet, keys, and a pair of sunglasses.

Straps on both are adjustable up to 56" and made from 1" navy cotton webbing with brass hardware.


CARE : Spot clean or hand wash and lay flat to dry. Machine washing and drying are not recommended. 

 

Al's Tailoring Allison (Al for short) is a professional tailor and seamstress working in Minneapolis, MN. She works predominantly with fabrics and materials she sources from thrift stores, estate sales, garage sales, and donations. She is an advocate for circular fashion and production and does everything she can to utilize materials that might otherwise be discarded.