So I am working on this really big bid for a job we are going to do. And my designer has designed this large paver patio (about 2650 sq. ft.) with an irregular edge on it. There are to be very few if any curves or straight edges around the patio. It's supposed to end naturally with no cutting. I like the no cutting part. But now I am trying to figure out how to hold in the pavers at the border of this patio. (See close-up illustration below from the design I am working on) So would I still use just your normal plastic edging restraint and just custom cut it and bend it at every 90 degree turn? Or would you mortar down the edge? My guys are not skilled at mortar work so that scares me. Besides, this will be set on a sub-structure of clay, with several inches of compacted gravel and then sand. What would I mortar them to anyway? I am not sure how else to do it other than just custom place the plastic edge restraint accordingly. Anyone ever done one like this before? .