Shallah's has a long string she can wrap to wear it over her shoulder or hip at her whim, with a shampoo bottle in the bottom to keep the arrows from slipping out. (Alas, it's hard to see the fine detail in the photo I got, but her puppy is cute.)
Amy used an undersized hook to get tight stitches, so without any lining, her arrows don't slip out. She explained that while knitting basically makes a net, crochet makes a thick weave, which suited the project better.
Amy's took 10 hours to make. Non-consecutively, thank goodness. Her hands would've warped permanently by then. They were 10 hours of delicately but forcefully coaxing yarn through holes that are too small, on purpose. She makes no bones about it: she won't be doing that again. And that folks, makes an honest-to-goodness one-of-a-kind piece of craftsmanship!