In this coil configuration. Do I also take the ratio 4 magnets on 3 coils?
The blue coils would be positioned over the north pole of the magnets, with the south poles in between them.
As shown, each of the coils would be wound in the same direction. O O O O
If you wind the coils like this OOOO then every other coil is reversed (you will also have twice as many of them), and you also have two coils in each slot. usually they are wound this way because the end turns are slightly shorter, but it may be harder to get the wires into the slot.
I suggest you try a 66 slot machine. the wiring diagram can be found here:https://www.emetor.com/edit/windings/
you may be able to wind the coils over the top of a laminated metal backing plate without using any slots cut in the metal. the frequency you get out of this thing is going to be very high. you may need to use fine wire due to eddy currents in the wire. (you will have to anyway because the coils will hardly be 1cm in width)
In my opinion a more reasonable option is to make a 32 pole machine, which might get you more torque due to less leakage flux. the magnet poles would be square in cross section which is more ideal, you just arrange the 64 magnets like this: nnssnnssnnss.
a 32 pole machine can't use a 33 slot stator unless its a two layer winding which is more complicated to make, but a 30 tooth stator is a good fit and the least common multiple is still rather high at 480, much better than a 96 slot stator which would have an lcm of.. 96. but not nearly as good as the lcm of 2112 for the 64 pole, 66 slot machine. higher LCM= less cogging torque.