Jojoland's Melody Superwash is made up of two plies that both have long repeats of color. The result is a fabric with very long, subtly shifting color repeats. Melody makes fabulous socks, as well as shawls and scarves. If you need inspiration, take a peek at Jojoland's popular Swirl Shawl pattern by Lijuan Jing.
Melody pairs well with Jojoland Ballad - more or less a solid version of this yarn - for colorwork and gradients.
The easy-to-manage 50 gram balls mean you can usually make 1 sock per ball (2 balls for a pair) - though of course very dense, cabled, tall, or large socks could need more.
Because of how this yarn is constructed by combining two plies with long color repeats, every ball is slightly different. The overall effect will be similar, but each ball starts and ends in a different spot in the ultra-long color shift. So, your ball will differ from the one pictured.
Likewise, socks knit from two different balls will be fraternal twins, not identical twins. This is part of the charm of this yarn!
Photos show several balls to try to offer a sense of the possible variation. Entering a quantity of 1 is purchasing 1 ball.
Great news! Balls come ready to work with. They do not need to be wound.