On that note, I swatched with S. Charles Collezione Margot. "A shimmering mohair-blend that creates luxurious, lofty and lightweight fabrics."
Here are the yarn facts:
77% Mohair, 19% Nylon, 2% Rayon, 2% Metallic
163 yards/50 gram ball
14 sts/4" on a US 9
Hand wash cool, lay flat to dry.
There are 5 coloways in precious metal shades.
I began my swatch on the suggested needle size, #9. My immediate first reaction as I knit with the yarn was that it was incredibly soft and fluffy. I held it under my neck and you would never know it has mohair it. I mushed it around and the fluff stayed put. No flying fuzzies to make me sneeze. I got gauge on the #9 and was happy with the way the swatch felt, so I stayed with the #9 for the rest of the stitches.
I worked a gathered (ruched) stitch pattern. It was very pretty. The yarn gives off a sparkly halo.
This stitch pattern had groups of extended stitches off set from eachother. It didn't do the yarn justice.
I loved how the cable looks. Very ethereal and lofty. I could definitely see an oversized cable sweater in Margot.
Textured stitches work beautifully as well; check out the Ginnie Swing Jacket and matching scarf.