If you ever plan to buy a King Arthur Launcelot blade for your angle grinder, think twice. It is a ferocious tool, best used outdoors. The Log Wizard might be a little tamer. Google each to see some YouToobs.
Lee Valley has some useful tools = inshave and curved drawknife. I've seen it done with wood carver's gouges. Start with a 30oz mallet and a 9/15 or so, then a 5/35 then a 2/30 and a handful of cabinet scrapers.
I notice that most wooden chair seats are glue-ups, very carefully chosen wood quality and grain direction. Just getting that organized would take me the longest time.