HELP! My sock!

I was almost finished with my second sock (first pair!!), when I realized I’d been decreasing wrong at the toe, so I frogged back a few rows. Now I have a problem. I managed to get all the stitches back on the needles, and my yarn is in the right place, but the knitting on the first needle is a row shorter than the other two. I cannot figure it out. Any clues??

Sounds like you frogged half a round extra. You could fix it by tinking (unknitting) the longer side till they’re even, or depending on the orientation of the needles and yarn, you could probably knit a row on the shorter-row needle to bring it up even (but that could potentially have your work oriented “backwards” on the needle.

Without seeing it, that’s the best I can figure. Perhaps someone else will have a better idea.