This quilter had an interesting solution to the ever-curious question of how to finish off the uneven edges of a hexagon quilt. The two most jagged of the uneven sides were appliqued onto border strips. The binding along the other two sides was finished with a scalloped inner edge which fills in the waviness between the hexagons (see the top photo).
The original binding was the turquoise back fabric brought around to the front of the quilt. Here's a "before" picture of the torn edge.