This morning I cleaned up the jig sawn leg blanks:
It was quick work, a couple or three passes on each facet did the job.
Not so quick work will be cleaning up the seat blank. The bandsaw did a good job getting close to the line, the rest will be like that movie where John Candy was trying to go home for Christmas. Only instead of planes and trains it will be planes, spokeshaves, drawknives, chisels, and whatever else I can find to cut and smooth the edge.
Once the edges are cleaned up I'll decide which side will be the bottom and mark out the mortise locations and sight lines before beveling the bottom edges.
After beveling the bottom it will be time to drill and ream the seat mortises, give the seat a slight saddle, the Adze, scorp, travisher, and scrapers will join the fun. Then turn the leg tenons and fit 'em to the mortises and before you know it this sucker will be a chair. The only real question remaining is arm or no arm and if the decision is to have arms do I add a comb.