The generous dimensions of my all-season Flossie Stole serve the wearer well – as a neck wrap fending winter winds or around the shoulders for gentler breezes. Answering my search for a simple yet interesting lace, is this 11 stitch by 20 row repeat of zigzag vine (actually 10 rows x 2, duplicated in the opposite direction). Briefly trimmed with garter stitch, you'll find this an enjoyable project to make, suitable for most knitters.   

One size: 20 by 72" after blocking

Shown in Venezia Worsted by Cascade Yarns. (70% merino wool, 30% silk; 218 yds per 100g skein); color – Orchid Haze #177;
4 skeins, or for comparable yarn, approximately 875 yards.

1 pair US8 (5.0mm) straight needles, or size to obtain gauge

Stitch markers for indicating lace set repeats
Tapestry needle
T-pins for blocking
Blocking wires for best results - optional

20 sts and 26 rows to 4" in stockinette stitch
16 sts and 21¼ rows to 4" (2¾ by 3¾" for each 11 st by 20 row lace repeat) in Zigzag Vine lace pattern after blocking

Long-tail cast on, decreasing (k2tog, ssk), increasing (yo), and blocking.

4 page pdf includes pattern instructions, photographs, relevant abbreviations, lace pattern description and chart.

You'll find this pattern for sale on Ravelry.