I was happily knitting along on my new sweater this morning, feeling proud of myself at having gotten so far after only a few days, when I paused and looked down at my work:
This is where it stands after I ripped out the 12 rows I thought were the mistake. Then I realized I'd missed out the second row of raspberry in the previous sequence. Which means another 10 rows have to come out.
And those 12 rows I thought were wrong? They were actually right; everything up to this point is the "wrong" stripe sequence! Each grey stripe has only 6 rows, and should have 8! But honestly, I prefer it this way; I think the colors are more balanced. And I don't want to rip back all the way!
The lesson here: a little less Netflix, and a little more paying attention.
ETA: Oops again - the grey stripes are indeed 8 rows deep. I guess they look thinner because the yarn is a little thinner than all the other colors (it's 4 Ply Soft rather than Pure Wool 4 Ply).