1. Figure out which is going to be Color A and which is going to be Color B.
2. Knit with Color A first for 2 rows even
3. Attach Color B and knit the first stitch, then slip one, then knit the third stitch, then slip the next one and knit the fifth stitch, and so on and so forth. Do this for 2 rows. If you want a Stockinette Stitch, you will need to purl on the wrong side, but slip all slipped stitches as knit stitches with the yarn in front (to avoid twisting).
4. Pick up Color A and knit the even stitches, slipping the ones you knit with Color B. On the wrong side, continue as for step 3.
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