Those wrinkles are likely caused by the awning not being aligned along the edge against the coach wall vs the edge along the roller. If one of those edges gets ahead of the other, it will eventually misalign when it's rolled up. In other words, when viewing from the curb side of the RV, one of those edges has inched toward the front or toward the back of the RV, so the awning is being rolled up while it's out of square. Chances are, it's the edge that fits into the roller, as the one against the coach is usually screwed into place so it won't move. Shouldn't be a big deal unless it has actual folds or creases in the rolls and wrinkles, or unless you leave it that way long term.
2006 Jayco Seneca 34SS
2006 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon Toad