In the design of this pis yabit, one can find 5 squares with the same motif located at the center and the 4 corners; and 4 rectangles at every side.

The symmetries of the motif in each square consist of a vertical reflection, a horizontal reflection, two reflections with axes along the diagonals and a 90^{o} rotation about the center. The symmetry group is *D*_{4}.

The finite design of each rectangle has as symmetries a vertical reflection and a horizontal reflection, and a 180^{o} rotation about the center. The symmetry group is *D*_{2}.

Four layers of strip patterns frame the square found at the center.

-The first layer (starting from the innermost) has only translational symmetry. The symmetry group is 11.

-The third layer has vertical and horizontal reflections with axes that intersect at centers of 180^{o} rotations. The symmetry group is *mm*.

-The second as well as the fourth layers have vertical reflections that alternate with 180^{o} rotations, and glide reflection symmetry. The symmetry group is *mg*. These layers have the same symmetries as the strip patterns appearing at the borders of the pis yabit.

Zigzag strip patterns also with symmetry group *mg* surround the rectangles and the four squares at the corners.