I hadn't, until I saw it here .
Elizabeth of Quieter moments has tried quite a few variations of this stitch . It's a rather simple stitch and belongs to herringbone family- infact,it is herringbone with a twist :)
Here's the variation I've come up with - Breton Chemanthy ;) or Breton Chrysanthemum.
Check out this tutorial if you are not familiar with Chemanthy stitch. For Breton Chemanthy, I just added that extra twist and followed the same steps as explained in the tut.For other links and tutorials,check out this post.
A look at the ROSE sampler
For those who've tuned in late, ROSE(Recording old stitches in embroidery) sampler project is my effort to learn a lesser known or interesting stitch and record it instantly rather than bookmarking it and leaving it for a later period. Most of the time we see something and keep it aside to tackle it at a later point,but gradually forget about it. I've had several of such instances and ROSE is my way to get rid of my procrastination.Here are some pics of my learnings:
Variations of Detached Buttonhole.Click here to read about this.