Is it permissible to make embroidery patterns including animal figures?
I want to make patterns including animal figures (butterflies, ducks, pandas, etc.) through embroidery on bed and quilt covers for children and on towels and napkins Are they religiously objectionable? Can I use those drawings on the clothes (t-shirts) for children and adults?
Submitted by on Fri, 08/09/2017 - 10:36
Dear Brother / Sister,
Figures like that, which are not regarded as holy, are not hung on the wall as a sign of respect and are located on the things that are used, are not religiously objectionable.
Hayrettin Karaman (Prof. Dr.)
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