Not just 'plain' boobs, but adorned ones! First, I took the last 4 charm squares and made two plain boobs following the instructions on the Make a Boob blog. It only takes a couple of minutes! Then, I took my angled scraps leftover from cutting out dresden blades and stuck them to some Steam-a-Seam Lite II.
After arranging the scraps in a radiating pattern, sort of like I did here, I fused them down, top-stitched and did a little embroidery on one and added a button to the other one.
I have a stack of 15 more plain boobs made by my retreat gals to send along to Nina-Lise for the art therapy workshops. Won't you make a boob or two and send them, too?