Cow, ox, yak
Pattern pages 1-12: Body and leg variations, assembly instructions, special stitch instructions; pages 13-14: Head and tail, and other details
The yak is fairly simple, with only one color change on the nose and horns (that will naturally curve if the seam at the tip is sewn tightly). It’s “mane” is really just a tuft of hair at the top of the head that works well using the fringe stitch. The tail also looks most natural in fringe stitch.
You need to have…
Yarn in desired color(s) and weight (~3oz/75g sport weight; ~12oz/350g worsted)
Dark contrast yarn for eyes and nose
Knitting needles at least 2 sizes smaller than those recommended for the yarn
Crochet hook for crochet loop or fringe stitch