Hi'ya little redhead! :waving:
I had to do that for ALL MALABRIGO yarn! It is never consistent! Even if it LOOKS consistent in the hanks, IT ISN'T!
Anyhoo, to answer your question: yes, you are right. You just knit rows 1 & 2 with SKEIN A...drop skein A and pick up SKEIN B and knit rows 3 & 4.
So, every right side row, you will be transferring to the other skein.
I try to kinda wrap them around one another once, too, just to keep them snug along the sideline. When you seam the garment, you will hide the "carries".
If it is for a scarf, that is a different matter. The edges can't look messy.
Here is a little bit about what I said when I had to alternate skeins for my Malabrigo Irish Hiking Scarf (and you can read the full NOTES in my Ravelry Projects):
[COLOR=Blue][COLOR=Red]"[/COLOR][COLOR=Red]Rows 1,2,5,6: use Skein A[/COLOR] & [COLOR=Green]Rows 3,4,7,8: use Skein B[/COLOR][/COLOR]
[COLOR=Blue]A Helpful Hint: when carrying a yarn up...most times you carry it along the edge...it is messy looking...but on most items, the edge will be hidden within the seam. Not so with a scarf. Here is the tip: Tie in your new skein on the 3rd or 4th stitch from the edge. It will be invisible."[/COLOR]
[COLOR=Blue][COLOR=Black]Hope this helps, little redhead! Don't be shy about asking for additional help! Knitting Help is our name! [/COLOR]