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I recently made my first jacket out of linen and the construction was such a breeze and the results so fantastic I decided to make a second out of polyester suiting. Was this a big mistake? I can bunch the fabric in my hand and when I release it not a single wrinkle remains. All my princess seams stand up rather than laying flat and my regular variety type iron can't press anything out and I've already scorched the fabric trying. It it impossible to press a seam in polyester suiting? Should I reserve this type of fabric for something else? Get a new presser rather than an iron? I'm baffled and so depressed I quite sewing for a few months. What is suiting good for if not suits?