There are only 12 sts, I think maybe you messed up the SSKs which is what has thrown you off. They’re decreases and with 3 of them you would get 15 sts if you slipped one and knit 1 which isn’t what you do. Refer to the Decreases video to see how to do it.
So here’s how the sts work out –
R1 - k2, turn and purl back over those 2
R3 - K3 (this is the 2 sts plus one from the CO) turn and p 3
R5 - k3, ssk (this is a tricky bit. k3 over your 3 sts, then ssk the next 2sts of the CO. This isn’t usual in entrelac, but it’s to keep your CO edge from being too tight which is easy to do) turn and purl 4 sts.
R7 - k5 (your 4 sts and one from the CO), turn and p5
R9 - K6 (5 previous sts and one from the CO), turn and p6
R11 - k6, ssk (same as R5, the ssk is the next 2 sts of the CO), turn and k7 instead of purl.
R13 - k1, yo, k2T, yo, k2T, yo, k2tog, k1 (this is a lace pattern over the 7 sts - the last k1 is from the CO), turn and knit 8 instead of purl.
R15 - k9 (8 plus 1 CO st), turn and p9
R17 - k10 (9 and 1 CO st), turn and p 10
R19 - K10, ssk (same as rows 5 and 11; the ssk is 2 sts from the CO) turn and p11
R21 - k12 (11 sts plus one from the CO)
You do not turn here, knit 2 more sts from the caston to begin R1 of the next triangle.
Hope that helps you sort it out.