Live Face Bench

I’ve had this cherry offcut from cutting a curved log into lumber in my shop for over two years and I’ve been wanting to make a bench out of it.  The offcut tapers towards the center so I thought the thicker ends would make nice legs and the thinner center would give the piece some nice vertical movement.

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  1. Did you cut one side of the bench so that you could establish square
    To make cuts at ends for legs perfect?

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