The mathematical symbol for infinity is known as the lemniscate. It was devised in 1655 by mathematician John Wallis, and named lemniscus, ribbon, by Bernoulli about forty years later.
The symbol is patterned after the device known as a mobius (named after a nineteenth century mathematician) strip. A mobius strip is a strip of paper which is twisted and attached at the ends, forming a two dimensional surface.
The religious aspect of the infinity symbol predates its mathematical origins and has been associated with life everlasting, the infinite power and wisdom of Christ and everlasting love.
- This design is available for the 4" x 4", 5" x 7", and 7.75" x 11.75" hoops.
- The sewn out size for the 4" x 4" hoop is 3.18" W x 3.84" H with 3,016 stitches.
- The sewn out size for the 5" x 7" hoop is 4.92" W x 5.96" H with 5,501 stitches.
- The sewn out size for the 7.75" x 11.75" hoop is 7.72" W x 9.33" H with 12,952 stitches.
- This design has 1 thread color.
You must have an embroidery machine to utilize our machine embroidery designs. We sell machine embroidery designs as electronic media (software) only. We do not sell embroidered "patches" or hard copy patterns.