I don't have a photographer right now, so in order to show more or less what it is all about, I made a selfie-attempt (may be these may be considered as fine pohotos but they give no idea about the knit itself). On the top picture you can see the sleeve pattern.
So I had one ball of mohair left from a previous knit (I had not used up as much as I thought I would), I took it back to the store in order to exchange for something else. Of course I cannot leave alone dark grey. I thought that I could tried out merino. I made a swatch and realized that stockinette is unimpressive. I did not want any cables or lace. Reverse stockinette was much more attractive. I started knitting and having doubts all the time that the fabric is too dense; to put it figuratively, the sweater was standing vertically (albeit larger needles would give an excessively loose fabric). I calculated fore some positive ease but the sweater seemed to cling to my body. It does not happen with sheep wool: when you knit, you see more or less how it is going to turn out. I asked Maiu what she thought and she confirme that the fabric would open up after moistening and blocking and may even stretch. The sweater was almost finished and I thought the stitch pattern on the sleeves makes the whole sleeve contract and that I will have to rip it all out and invent something different. Then I made the neck finishing and it improved the whole picture. Then I decided that I will make it wet and block and then we shall see. And now it seemes not bad at all.