I've finally made time to start the fluted banister socks using navy Regia plus Cotton. I'm skipping making waves for now. It never ceases to amaze me when I make the simple mistake. They're never the big honking mistakes that you can see a mile away. Just little subtle differences that show up after closer inspection.
I started the socks late last night and only this morning did I realize that I skipped the set up row after the ribbing. Is it a major error? No. The more significant question is, "Is it a major error for me.?" That answer would definitely be yes. After much agonizing and letting go of a little bit more of my perfectionism, I've decided not to change it.