So I played around on Touchdraw with some of the lozenge shapes. I'm not even sure that these shapes are called lozenges but that's what I'm calling them. They're basically stretched hexagons where all sides are the same length but the angles are 90 and 135 degrees rather than all being 60 degrees. So they can tesselate with each other if you rotate the shapes through 45 degrees or they can tesselate with squares, as in my block. A link to the lozenge templates can be found here. They should print out so their sides are 1 1/2" long but don't stress if they're not exactly right - as long as all your printed templates print out at the same scale, the pattern will work fine. And you can turn them into Lazy Days Lozenge blocks like mine or have a play and come up with something different. If you make anything from them or from the Georgetown Carnival block I'd love to see it in my Flickr group.
I called this Lazy Days because I'm using lots of scrappy summery fabrics which remind me of the kind of fabrics Brits get out when it's sunny - flowery shirts, bright coloured swimming costumes, funny sun hats, deck chairs, parasols. We don't see the sun much but, when we do, we completely change the way we dress and live, even if only for one day a year. I'm appliqueing my EPP and turning them into blocks this year to try to address the problems I've had with my summer EPP projects which is that they never get finished. I'm thinking that, if they're turned into blocks, they'll be more finishable on the machine once I get back from holiday. Whether this new plan will make any difference, who knows but it's worth a try.