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  1. I am attempting to make my first graphghan, using SC. The pattern is only 2 colors. Part of the emblem calls for a row with 1sc of one color followed by 1 sc of another (alternating a few times during the row). I feel like the stitches look messy with both colors visible when I alternate the 1 sc chains. The other part of the emblem, with longer rows of solid color, looks fine. Does anyone have advice for this issue? Should I use separate bobbins for the alternating sc's (which would get cumbersome)? Or should I plan to go back afterward with the same color yarn and try to mute out the bleed-through color? The project is a special gift for my son, who is entering the Marines, so I am in a crunch with time too. Any advice would be welcomed.
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