One thing that I like about knitting (more than crochet or painting or other mediums (media?)) is that I can get super exact about it. I know that I can exactly replicate a pattern, or make two sleeves precisely the same, or knit a pair of socks that 100% match.
Well, mostly. If I’m paying attention. Which I wasn’t doing when I started the second sock of this pair.
But, honestly, it’s really just a “me” mistake. It’s hard to notice even in this picture, when I know what to look for and am looking straight at it. (The stripe pattern is a few rows off… truly not a big deal, but I just noticed it and now it’s the only thing I can think about.)
Sure, it’ll bug me every time I put these socks on, but I’m the only one who will notice. After all, what’s a few rows in the grand scheme of things?
Or maybe I should just rip it back and try again?
No. That would be ridiculous.
Or would it?
What’s the silliest “mistake” you went back and corrected?
Life is too short; the socks are fine as is! (Cute colors, too!)
Leave them as they are. I totally understand that the tiniest difference might be noticeable to you, but trust me- no one else will. They’ll just see fabulous socks!