Step 7: My modified hooks for Bullion Stitch:

Bullion stitch adds great texture and variety to freeform crochet.  It can be awkward to do because of all the wraps around the hook.  I made modified hooks to make bullion stitch quicker and more enjoyable.  In this youtube video I explain how to do the bullion stitch with modified hooks. 
I want to credit Teresa Richardson as it was her original idea that I modified (my video gives web links).

<p>Wow....Very well done....I hope I could also make one like this one day...Am interested trying the free form crochet....thanks for sharing this with all the details....</p>
<p>This is a great way to use up all those scraps of yarn we needle workers always have on hand. </p>
<p>This is gorgeous!</p>
<p>Absolutely beautiful! I hadn't thought of using my old bags. You could even buy bags at the thrift store for this! Thanks!</p>
That is the happiest tote I've ever seen! Congrats on the contest win!
Thanks! It was a lot of fun to make :)
Well done, you are amazing, so proud of you. xx <br>
I love this!!
Congratulations on being a finalist in the fiber arts contest!! Good luck to you!
I love free form crochet. It's so much more artistic. Your bag turned out great!
When I first saw your post, I thought it was a sea scape with an octopus. I love it! I think this may qualify for the &quot;Sew It Warm&quot; contest. Have you thought about entering?
Gorgeous and unique!!!!
Oh, I just love it! Looks like so much fun to make!
This is beautiful! My daughter and I recently played around with this style. You have inspired me! Thanks for sharing. <br>Sunshiine
Gorgeous purse! I've never tried freeform crochet, it looks like a lot of fun and a great way to use up bits of left over yarn.

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