We have some really lovely colorways in Noro's Kureyon.
Kureyon is 100% wool and has 109 yards (100m)/ 50g skein.
Now I know that some find Kureyon to be somewhat harsh to feel. I have to say that it softens up amazingly after being washed. The Noro folks try to keep the yarn making process as free of chemicals and additives as they can; as a result there are often bits of vegetable matter left as well.
The Kureyon yarn in particular is very close in look to a handspun --- the colors are awesome. Just wash gently when you are done and add a bit of hair conditioner to the rinse water. You will be pleased, I am sure.
We have a few colorways you can choose from. They have been given numbers instead of names though I will try to describe them as well as I can.
#92 is plethora of colors with black and purple, blue and turquoise, green, mauve, and a bit of gold into red. Honestly, each time I look at it I see more colors.
#408 is a vibrant rainbow: purple, kelly green, gray, rose, and some bright touches of orange.