You believe you have the power to create a flawless item. You can't. No one can. You hope that one day things will be exactly the way you want them to be. They won't be.
My daughter can take pride in doing it "her" way, or she can take pride in doing it the "correct" way. I'm not sure which value to teach.
Pursuing perfection can lead to perfection paralysis. There will always be one more iteration, one more change that will help move things along. But moving things along is motion, not perfection.