By this time, your little one will develop a strong grasp. The grasp reflex is present in a child from the time of birth, but with time, this involuntary reflex becomes voluntary.
What you need to know
Your baby is growing up, and in various ways her actions will also grow and mature accordingly. Your baby will hold anything that she will get, as this is a natural reflex. But, she will refuse to leave her hold.
Your baby is yet to learn that after grasping, you need to release it too. For example, she may hold your fingers or few strands of your hair, but will just not release it. Her hold is stronger than before now. These gestures are funny but immensely gratifying.
Let your baby take time, since these are natural developments. Don't try to force teach, instead just enjoy these lovely moments.