Jimmy's Journey is a nice colorway for spring/summer socks to wear with jeans. The sock-weight yarn is on the thin side, but one skein makes one adult sock with a bit to spare.
I got the blue-green colorway of this yarn. The color is truly gorgeous. The blue is deep cobalt blue with just a hint of sea green. Very oceanic. On the downside, I'd planned to use it to knit a scarf for a guy, but the blue isn't dark enough. I'd been expecting something closer to navy.
This yarn extremely soft and nice to work with; however, it was much thinner than I expected. It's a very lightweight alpaca--almost the weight of Encore DK.
It split a couple of times when I first started knitting with it (on bamboo), but that could have been me. After a couple of rows, I had no more splits.
All in all, this is a nice yarn and I'd happily buy it in the future.
I used this yarn to make a string market bag. It's strong, flexible and has a lovely sheen. My only beef, is that it split when I knitted it with metal needles and it was hard to pass slipped stitches when I knitted it with bamboo needles.