Repairing unraveled beginnning rows

I know this is a weird question, but I don’t have a lot of experience knitting. After I finished a knitting shrug, I accidently unraveled the first 3 rows and I can’t figure out how to knit them again so they will come out looking the same. It’s a knit 2 purl2 ribbing and I’m trying to reknit them from the beginning. Is there a way to knit backwards or something? Does this make sense?
Thanks, ymorgan
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You can put the stitches back on your knitting and reknit in the other direction, but the stitches will be reversed. If it’s only three rows, though, a good bet would be to bind off the stitches there and both ends will match–even better than having a cast on and bound off edge. They’ll both be bound off.

Thank you. I will try that. The sleeve ribbing will just be a little narrower.
It’s wonderful to find a forum like this. Thanks, again.
ymorgan