The result of the interview was a request that the basket-maker would write a poem for the Offering.
In a tavern of the Faubourg he made the acquaintance of a basket-maker who worked at home.
I was born of poor and honest parents; and my father, who was a basket-maker by trade, taught me to plait all kinds of baskets.
"I am in search of a basket-maker who lives somewhere in this vicinity," said Sally.
He said he was brought up with the gorgio and basket-maker Fulcher, who followed the caravan.
The office of midwife was hereditary in the family of the basket-maker.
But you must remember that a basket-maker's hut is not exactly the right place for that.
"Come home," said the basket-maker's wife, pulling her husband away.
Old Fulcher is termed, in a derisive manner, by Ursula, “a gorgio and basket-maker.”
By trade I am a basket-maker, like many another 'love-child.'