When I create, no matter what medium I choose to use, I am telling a story. Every story should (if it's a good one) tell a certain truth, express in its telling an honest representation of its author, even if through fictional, mystical or metaphorical means. These stories aren't always unicorns and rainbows. There is pain. There is sadness and loss. There may be anger and frustration. And these are all valid aspects to include and represent in our work, because what we create is a direct mirror of our lives and what happens behind the creative process.
And, while many a jewelry artist may disagree with me here, I'm not keen to edit that from my story. I don't want to undo the pages I've just written until what the audience sees is a superficial, staged look at my life. There's no shame in accidents, and I'm never likely to call much of anything a "mistake". Don't get me wrong... if it's meant to be worn, it should serve that purpose without hindrance... poking wires or jiggling stones. This isn't an invitation to be intentionally sloppy, after all. But to nitpick the number of coils, or the kink in a wire, seems to strip from the story a truth.
Stay creative. Be a superhero in how you express yourself. Be fearless and unapologetic and embrace your story from start to finish.