Jonathan appears as a squishy, 2-color brioche, stripy scarf with some cables here and there, until you hold it flat, stretching it out a bit, and reveal the hidden goats!
Make it more narrow or wide by choosing your yarn weight to fit your wants, and use multiple colors for the contrasting background yarn if you want a more colorful look.
This piece can be very guy-friendly - it was even designed specifically for a goat-loving metalhead dude!
The pattern is written for brioche beginners, to be easy if you've never done it before; some cable experience is recommended, but cabling in the brioche stitch is just like working normal cables with a cable needle.
There are three different goats, with three different face shapes and horn styles, so you can choose your favorite to go on the end, where it will be most visible, and then either stick the other two on after that, or just use the non-goat cable pattern to fill in the rest of your scarf. The back side of your scarf