Infinite Knot 5.2

.In my brief study (so far) of mathematical knots, I’ve learned that an infinite knot essentially can’t be simplified further without cutting the “strand”. Mathematical knots have a number associated with them. the first number is how many points at which the knot crosses itself. The trinity knot, for example, only has 3 points at which it crosses itself. The second number (after the decimal) in a knot number is the iteration number. Some, like the trinity, only have one variation, but others, might have several. this is the second variation on the knot with 5 crosses, hence 5.2.

For the texture, I went with tile and used Easter colors for the tile colors. For the background, I played around with textures that mimic shapes in knots and made them darker green to contrast with the pastel Easter colors.