Wide borders have been added, but I'm planning to crop and maybe even keep some of the irregular shape once it is quilted. For now, the larger borders will be quilting space while deciding what I'd like to do for a finished shape. The binding will be a traditional one, in the same fabric as the border, so it will disappear when you step back from the quilt.
The quilt is really lighter in color than the picture above, but a bit darker than the one below - somewhere in between, and definitely on the warmer color side, like above. Somehow, this little pocket camera does a better job at getting more correct color when the flash goes off, but these were taken in the same room, same daylight florescent lights, and still the camera had a mind of it's own, changing the colors a bit. Anyways, I stood a bit closer and let the camera crop the borders to give you an idea of how it would look if it is cropped with straight edges - just squaring up the quilt.
Now off to my stash to look for backing fabric. I should have something that would work, or could be pieced together to work.