1. locate the jersey knit fabric of your choice and purchase 5 to 6 yards, depending on how fluffy your girlish figure may be [i would probably wait until you had an outside baby, for all of you pregnant ladies reading this] i'm no super model and 5 yards suits me well. i happened to find said fabric on sale at one of the only walmarts that still sells fabric for $1.50 a yard. i'm cheap. duh.
2. fold fabric in half length wise, grab your trusty laser level and a sharp pair of scissors and cut the fabric in three even strips. you are going to yield 3 wraps that are 5 to 6 feet long and about 20 inches wide from one HUGE piece of fabric because of the way you have to cut it. hello... its Christmas, a time for giving.
3. log on to http://www.mobywrap.com/ to find all of the different ways to attach your baby to you.
4. practice with any available child
5. you are done.
i told you it was easy. i only wish that i would have taken pictures of the whole process, however; i did snap this just to prove that it does work just as awesomely [is that even a word?] as the $40 rip off version.