I tried reducing lighting for my breeding pair to 12 hours light, 12 hrs covered. They still kept breeding when that usually stop them. LOL
I use the big box type nests. Did not know they made woven nests big enough for them. Think my box is 7 inches by 6 inches and 8 inches tall.
That said, my girl lays eggs every other day. She has had a clutch size of 7 eggs. She started sitting 3 days in on that clutch, and the oldest to youngest egg was 14 days apart! On her first clutch, she did not set till she had 4 eggs total, and did not sit till day 5.
But... do think what you'll do with all the babies.. They breed like rats and chronic egg laying can be an issue for the girls. It wears them out. Keep the eggs in the nest, boil them quickly, or add fake ones. Taking them away before she is ready to give up will just induce her to lay more eggs.