Sure, there are plenty of examples.
In Genesis 1.27, God creates humankind in the image of himself on the 6th day of creation:
“So God created humankind in his image,
in the image of God he created them;
male and female he created them.”
So, the story is clear: God created both men and women, in the image of God, all on the 6th day.
But wait! In Genesis 2.4 - 2.7, God creates heaven and earth in one day, and on that day he makes man, out of dust, and breathes life into his nostrils. That man was Adam. He was alone, so God made the animals for him (Genesis 2.18) - no doubt forgetting that he had already made some of these animals before he made man, on the 5th day of creation (Genesis 1.20) - and then, finding Adam was still lonely, he put Adam to sleep and took one of his ribs, and made a woman - Genesis 2.22 - forgetting that woman had already been made, in the image of God, at the same time as man - see above.
So, when and out of what was woman created - Genesis 1 says, at the same time as man on the 6th day of creation; Genesis 2 says, man was made first, out of dust, and then woman was made, out of Adam’s rib.
Now, the problem only arises if you are supposed to take these stories literally - if so, which story has the true account?