125 North Cache Gaslight Alley, Jackson, WY 83001

MADE is a locally-owned shop located in Gaslight Alley in downtown Jackson. They sell a vast curated collection of handmade gifts, artisan jewelry, handmade cards, clothing, Wyoming-inspired accessories, and much more. MADE features unique art from over 450 artists locally and beyond. Shop founder and owner John Frechette opened the store in 2010. He says he has “worked hard to curate a collection that you won’t see everywhere.” We think that is an understatement – we find something unexpected and delightful every time we walk in.

Make sure to visit MADE’s sister store Mountain Dandy, just across the boardwalk in Gaslight Alley, for more unique and stylish gifts.

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  • Denise Connelly   Feb 12, 2021

    Great gift shop for greeting cards and souvenirs that support domestic companies. Friendly service!

  • Cameron Perkins   Dec 02, 2020

    Quite literally the best candles I have ever used. Do NOT sleep on the Rocky Mountain candle, there is not better smell on this planet

  • Laura Harkort   Jun 18, 2020

    Great store! Being a Wyoming native it’s hard to find authentic blankets of the state due to trademarks. These guys pay for the use and have beautiful blankets made! Stop here if you want the Wyoming state flag or UW blankets!

  • Laura F   Feb 06, 2021

    Be careful when you walk into Made! Looking at all the wonderfully absorbing items here...50 minutes will feel like 5!

  • Jessica Kellett   Dec 21, 2020

    I counted over 20 people in the store, which far exceeds their 10 person capacity limitation. No one was social distancing. They have a sign asking people to be responsible because they have immune compromised staff and we are in a rural community with strained health resources, and I appreciate that patrons of the store were not following the rules. Unfortunately, I recognized the manager on the floor, who was asking the clerk if she wanted a coffee and arranging items on the tables. I left because I was uncomfortable and to reduce the number of people in the store. I went into a similar store a block away and the clerk politely asked a customer to wait outside when the shop reached 10 people. I thanked her! The situation sucks for brick and mortar store owners, but there are best practices that will keep the community as open as possible.

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