hahahaha making the actual modules is boring, but putting them together is fun hint: teach lots of people how to make those modules and get each person to make 10 or 20. That way, even if you only teach 5 people, you'd already have 100
Cut them into 1/16 A4 and then do a lengthwise fold and cut again, so you have 32 pieces. Because the preliminary fold (folding in half lengthwise) doesn't do anything except to make sure the paper is to correct ratio.
Oh, so these are actually 1/16, but instead of them being "double" you cut them so you get 32 pieces out of one A4, but as big as the pieces that you get by using 1/16? So with other words, 1/16 but not as thick? Never thought about cutting them like that. I thought that maybe having the double layer of the piece would make it stronger, which it probably does, but maybe it isn't as necessary as I though.