And I found one. I knit Tubey a while ago. I bought the hand-painted autumnal coloured yarn at the Kitchener Knitters Fair way back when - It was a see it, love it - have to have it kind of wool.
(seriously, is this not stunningly beautiful?)
There wasn't a ton of it, so I knew I'd have to match it with something. I had some Elann Peruvian Wool in Red Maple that matched beautifully. In concept, this was a great sweater. The colours matched, the style was good. But... it was just that little bit too short, and worse, I hate wool pullovers. I just don't work in an environment where heavy-ish wool is suitable. Cardigans, yes, absolutely. Pullovers - not really.
I realized while rewinding that I must have spit sliced the Elann, because that is one HUGE ball! I also realized that ripping out knitted fabric that was knitted alternating two balls is really a pain in the ass. Really. If wasn't so completely in love with this wool, I may not have done it. But I did, and I'm envisioning a cardigan of sorts, using both these wools. As much as I'd like to use some fair isle type colourwork, there's not enough of it to double up like that, so striping or colourblocking it will be.
Now, I just have to stop myself from dropping everything else and working on this...