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FRIENDS: I hope you enjoyed this website. I would love to hear from you. If you have a question, or if you have a story to tell, leave a comment here. For the benefit of all, I usually respond here. Or, you can send an email to me: stepdancesue at gmail dot com. Find The Crankie Factory on Facebook and You Tube. I post a lot of crankie things on INSTAGRAM SueTruman1015. And by all means MAKE A CRANKIE! Thank you!

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Written by Alison Clark on May. 8, 2021
Hi Sue,
I was wondering if you might include me in your "Cranksters A-k" section sometime in the future? I would be happy to show some crankie stuff. Please let me know.
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Written by Sue Truman on Apr. 27, 2021
TO CAROL DENNEY:
Hello! I actually emailed you years ago, probably 2013 or 2014, and got your permission to post you crankie video. That being a while ago, I can see that you wouldn’t remember! My email is at the top of this page. Can you email a new link to me? I will fix the next time I am updating.
Thank you!
Written by Sue Truman on Apr. 27, 2021
TO ALLISA:
Thank you for asking about a crankie box. I don’t know of anyone making/selling them but I might have a lead in the future. If it comes to pass, I will email with the details.

Sorry I can’t be of more help right now.
Written by Sue Truman on Apr. 27, 2021
TO ALLISA:
Thank you for asking about a crankie box. I don’t know of anyone making/selling them but I might have a lead in the future. If it comes to pass, I will email with the details.

Sorry I can’t be of more help right now.
Written by Carol Denney on Apr. 26, 2021
Someone sent me a link to your site saying I should send you all one of my crankies, and I was delighted to see one of mine, "Unless Of Course You Die", is up there. But when one hits the link it says, "Video unavailable." I'm glad to somehow send you the video to make sure the link works. Thanks for trying to include my crankie.
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Written by Allisa on Apr. 23, 2021
I would love to order a wooden crankie.
Is there anyone that does in fact make them or kits?
Thank you
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Written by Allisa on Apr. 23, 2021
I would love to order a wooden crankie.
Is there anyone that does in fact make them or kits?
Thank you
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Written by John John Brown on Apr. 9, 2021
Hi Sue! Thanks for the tip! All the best.
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Written by Sue Truman on Apr. 9, 2021
TO JOHN JOHN BROWN:
Hello! Glad you you are going to make a crankie. Unfortunately, I don’t know of anyone making crankie boxes for sale right now. If you are on Facebook, you could join the Crankies in the Puppet World and Beyond Group which has 2,000 members now! You could post a message to that group and I bet you will get some responses. Sorry that I can’t be of more help.
Written by Sue Truman on Apr. 8, 2021
TO JOHN BROWN:
Hello! Glad you you are going to make a crankie. Unfortunately, I don’t know of anyone making crankie boxes for sale right now. If you are on Facebook, you could join the Crankies in the Puppet World and Beyond Group which has 2,000 members now! You could post a message to that group and I bet you will get some responses. Sorry that I can’t be of more help.
Written by John John Brown on Apr. 8, 2021
Hi everybody! I am looking to purchase a crankie box for a musical project. I'm not too crafty. Anybody interested in helping a folk musician out? Feel free to email me your price. I of course will cover shipping. I live in Connecticut. You can check out my page at http://johnjohnbrown.com/ All tbe best!
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Written by Sue Truman on Apr. 3, 2021
To MAY LILY LEE:
Hello and thank you for the extra message. The answer is YES! And thank you. I am still recovering from my 2nd COVID vaccination which totally knocked me out. However, I am bouncing back a bit more every day. I will send an email reply today.
Written by May-Lily Lee on Apr. 3, 2021
Sue! Just confirming you received my email :)
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Written by Sandi Howell on Mar. 9, 2021
Thank you Sue! Onwards we sail in Winnipeg! Hope to see you in the fall....

Sandi
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Written by Sue Truman on Mar. 9, 2021
TO SANDI HOWELL:

Regarding glue, you want a glue that remains flexible over time. A glue that does not mind being rolled up tight and then unrolled a year later.

I have used Aqua glue for the past five years. It is slow drying so that you can reposition things which is nice. However I ran out of that months ago and so now I am using Elmer's School glue from the drug store and so far so good.

Stay away from any glue that might dry very hard and then crack. Stay away from glue labeled extra strong, super duper, etc. Stay away from wood glue that dries hard as a rock! :-)

Good luck!