Odd-count two-drop peyote stitch has an odd number of two-bead vertical columns. Just like with regular odd-count peyote, you need to make a special turn at the end of every other row to position your needle to begin the next row.
Although there are several ways that you can make the turn, the thread path shown above is one of the most popular. After picking up the final two beads in the row, you reverse direction and pass back into the first, second, and third columns of double beads, as shown.
You then reverse direction again and pass back back out through the edge of the beadwork, and then through the last two beads that you stitched one more time. You can now pick up the next set of two beads to begin the next row.