If you want to try a hand at it yourself - the rims for the baskets are still available in the shop. I also have fruit and acorn forms there too that can be used for making the three-dimentional flora seen on several of these baskets.
Suzanne De Jesus supplied me with a picture of how she was building parts of her stunning acorn basket. I laughed as the forms she used for the acorns were almost exactly the ones that I have put on my site for a stumpwork version seen on many pieces. So if you want to try your hand with a beaded version! Suzanne has been asked to make instructions, if she does - I will let everyone know as I am sure there are many of us who would love them!
Suzanne said about this picture: I used English cake wires(paper wrapped wires) colored with Copic pens. I then wrapped them with silk thread to match the beads. After that I worked the peyote stitch inside the wire shaping the wire as I went.I also remind everyone to visit Rachael's blog to see the building of her masterpiece - I think all of us should make something like this in our life! And remember to send me your guesses for the number of beads and hours in Rachael's basket (firstname.lastname@example.org)!