About the Hosts of Vermont Craft Tours

Your Hosts

We took a leap in 2005 by quitting our jobs, selling our house in the D.C. suburbs, and moving back to Vermont, where Sarah was born. Since then we have been heavily involved in our community, serving on boards and working for a number of civic and volunteer organizations. We’ve gotten to know dozens of local craftspeople around the state, and taken up new hobbies of our own. We now want to share what we have learned, and introduce you to some of the people who inspire us.

Sarah Scully

During the winter and spring, Sarah is busy with Vermont Natural Sheepskins, the first natural tannery in the USA. Sarah enjoys knitting, spinning, and dyeing wool. You can find her current knitting and spinning projects on Ravelry.

Rick Scully

Rick is a home-brewer, internet geek, landscape enthusiast, photographer, tinkerer, and amateur weather bug. Follow his photos on Instagram @rickscullyvt and check out the farm cam for a daily view of the homestead.

That’s Leopold Regulus Potter with him above. Follow Leo on Instagram.