This is going to be a short, fast one. Just like Jasper, I was making this one for my daughter H before she was born, and now she's way too big but it will still be good for a baby gift for someone else. Just the sleeves left to seam, so this should be a quick one to finish.
I do have to say that I really used to dislike seaming, but then I figured out it was because I didn't know how to do it properly. Once I had the chance to sit down with a book (Vogue Knitting's Ultimate Knitting Book, if I recall correctly), a tapestry needle, and a piece of knitting, I went slowly and figured it out. And getting a nice-looking product made a huge difference to my attitude toward seaming; now instead of dreading it, I -- well, I wouldn't say I look forward to it, but I treat it more like a critical step in finishing a knitted garment, and a step that I'm more careful to do properly. After all, there's no sense spending hours lovingly knitting a garment, only to do the finishing steps poorly.
Is there any knitting technique that you used to dread only because you didn't know how to do it properly?