I want to make sixteen 12" 16-patch blocks that I will put on stretcher bars and hang in a four-by-four grid so I can rearrange the position of the individual blocks when I feel like a change. Interactive art, so to speak. They will all be Drunkard's Path variations, mostly in black and white, but a handful will be black, white and red.
I'm okay with the thought that it means 256 curved seams on 3½" squares, but am wondering if anyone knows a way to avoid having to cut every single piece of fabric (all 512 of them) separately with my templates? Will I lose accuracy if I stack the fabric and cut curves? The templates are just template plastic and I've not used that with a rotary cutter before. Do they stand up alright? Any suggestions would be very welcome. TIA :D