The inside face of the apron will never be seen, but I decided to veneer the inside face anyway. The brick laid white cedar wasn't the most attractive, especially since the visible edges were plain sawn (the quartersawn faces were laid up horizontally). So here's the last bit of veneering before dyeing, finishing, finished.
I've been working with the material for the decorative beads on the bottom edges of the aprons - aluminum. Here's one of the wedges after roughing out the inside and outside radii on the bandsaw (and drilled/countersunk for screws). While it makes a total mess, it's actually pretty fun to work with.
With the legs and stretchers glued up, it's time to shape the transition from leg to stretcher. I really enjoy using this small, curved-sole spokeshave for this shaping. It is small enough to get into some fairly tight places.