Iep jab in ekkā kōjerbale n̄an kainōknōk dāpin m̗ōn jokwe ko kab n̄an nien jaba im m̗weiuk ko raorōk. Mālwe ko rej kori kōn maan̄ eo. Innām rej karōki iturin doon ilo aer tāte bwe en wal̗o̗k an doulul l̗ōmān. Rej lukwōji mālwe ko kōn kimej eo. Rej āliji bun̄tōn kein m̗ae iien eo ewal̗o̗k jon̄an depakpak eo rej kōn̗aan. Ālikin rej āje tōrerein, ejja ilo jekjek im bun̄tōn ko l̗o̗k im̗aan n̄an āje erer eo. Raan kein iep in ej n̄an kainōknōk, im ejjel̗o̗k libbukwe ie kōnke libbukwe ej kab jerbal im el̗l̗aak raan kein.
This type of basket is usually used for wall decoration and for collecting church offerings. The mālwe (coconut frond midribs) are wrapped with processed pandanus leaves. They are then coiled one after the other outwards. The wrapped midribs are tied together using the boiled coconut leaves. This process is repeated until the desired diameter is reached. After the shallow sides are built, the same process is used to mold the ring around the edge. In modern times, this type of basket is used as a wall decoration.