I'll bet you've been "thrifting" lately like the rest of the craft blogging world. And I'll bet you looked at the vintage pillowcases and even brought one or two home. If your daughter has all the pillowcase dresses she needs, why not make something for yourself? (yeah, I should totally have cleaned up the iron cord before I took the picture. By the way, those of you who guessed yellow would be the next ugly beach towel of choice just earned a gold star.)
To start, cut the front off the pillowcase. A lot of these older pillowcases have gotten a bit warped over time so be sure that you are cutting the case square with the design edge. Also be sure you keep the design centered on the front. I cut mine 20 inches long, but you can make it as short or as long as you wish.
Now sew the top of the apron front to the sash. With right sides together, pin the apron front to the short section in the center of the sash. The edge of the apron front should match up with the seams in the sash. Sew it with a 1/2" seam. Press the seam up toward the sash.