I iron my 40/2 linen scarves when they are damp - not dry. That way, the moisture is already in the fibres when you take it to the ironing board. Also, because it’s damp - you don’t need steam ;-) The fringes are a bit “sticky outie” - technical term… when they come off the loom. Ironing them when damp will help as will time. You can just tug your scarf gently when it’s damp, to get back in shape before pressing it. You can also leave the 2 together while washing and ironing and then cut them apart - either way works. Post photos of your scarves - I’d love to see them!