Slippery Slope Shawl Knitting Pattern
Slippery Slope is cast on with just a few stitches at the narrow end; increases along one edge grow the shawl into its asymmetrical shape. Garter ridges are knit at regular intervals in the contrast color, providing a textural variation against the stockinette background and as setting up the contrasting elongated stitches. Occasional rows of eyelets further highlight the contrast color. An I-cord edging is knit onto the sides as you go, and the shawl is finished with an I-cord bind off.