One method.. start with a square, 3" x 3". It has the right perimeter, but the area is one square inch too big. Remove from the bottom right corner a rectangle, 1" wide by x" high where 0 < x < 1. Repeat for the bottom right corner, 1" wide by (1-x)" inches high. The total area of the two missing rectangles is one square inch, which adjusts the square into an irregular octagon that looks a bit like the letter T, with the desired area and perimeter. With different values of x you can get any number of solutions. Say,
x = 0.001 x n, where n = 1 .. 1000, gives the desired 1,000 variants.