This variation is actually a combination of 2 Herringbone stitch rows. The smaller stitch is stitched in a contrast color and half the thickness of the bigger row. You can use the same thickness of thread for both rows, though.
The smaller row of herringbone stitches lays in line with the crosses of the previous row.
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