From Karin Holmberg's book 'Stitched in Scandianvia' I roughly copied a design and stitched the Anundsjö Stitches in two stands of red floss on a scrap piece of white cotton.
In my opinion it worked out well; Anundsjö Stitch looks good both as a linear and filling stitch. The detached stitches are excellent for wild leaves and thorns, or weather-beaten pine needles.
I think this stitch is at its best when not too neat, inviting you to stitch at ease, and creating a charming piece of folkcraft embroidery.
If you try the Anundsjö Stitch, I hope you will have as much fun as I did.
The instructions are here.