It's on the pattern envelope, but I'm going to be honest with you guys up front-- I have NO CLUE why they call this an apron dress.
The design of this dress is pretty clever, and it's great for border prints. The bodice consists of only two pieces, the right bodice and the left bodice. Each piece goes over the shoulder with no shoulder seam. I chose an Echino cotton/linen border print that had two motifs, one at each selvedge, so I used one motif for the front and one motif for the back. The motifs join in the center with a string of butterflies.
This pattern is also cool because the facing is cut in one with the pattern pieces. I turned and stitched the seam allowances and the edges of the facings. I finished the waist seam with blanket binding, which, in retrospect, looks terrible. Oh well; nobody but me sees that part anyway. The sash is made out of bring pink linen.