Eeek! pattern help?

So I’m starting a pattern that goes like this:
[COLOR=#333333]CO 3[/COLOR]
[COLOR=#333333][B]Row1:[/B] k1 tbl, k1, sl1 wyif, turn. [I]=3stitches[/I][/COLOR]
[COLOR=#333333][B]Row 2 and all wrong side rows up to row 6: [/B]k1 tbl to last stitch sl1 wyif[/COLOR]
[COLOR=#333333][B]Row3:[/B] k1 tbl, yo, k1, yo, sl1 wyif, turn. =[I]5 stitches[/I][/COLOR]
[COLOR=#333333]But I can’t make row 3 end up with 5 stitches! Since the yo is right before the sl1 wyif, the wyif is kind of useless… any ideas how I can make this work?[/COLOR]

The yo are your increase stitches. The second yo you would bring yarn forward and then back making a complete wrap around your needle and then bring yarn forward to slip the last stitch. You should have 5 stitches after that.

Thanks, PG+!
Now I’m stuck on this bit:
[COLOR=#333333][B]Row13:[/B][/COLOR][COLOR=#333333]k1 tbl, k2 | yo, m1, yo, k3, k3 tog., k3, yo, m1, yo, | k2, sl1 wyif, turn. = [I]19 stitches[/I][/COLOR]
[I][COLOR=#333333]( | means slip marker)[/COLOR][/I]
[COLOR=#333333][COLOR=black]On one try I got 18 stitches, on the next, 20. Am I missing something? :think:[/COLOR]

The slip wyif isn’t a yarnover. You make the yo, then bring the yarn to the front and slip the last stitch and leave it there… When you turn for the next row, the yarn is in the back for knitting the first stitch. This is an alternate method for slipping an edge stitch, rather than slipping the first st, you slip the last stitch.