Madine, who found fame as the dressmaker on Channel 4's hit documentary series, will train 15 girls who want to follow her career path, reports The Mirror.
She will apparently start filming a pilot for the programme next month and it will have a similar format to shows like The Apprentice and James Brown's Great British Hairdresser.
"We will have a little factory and I will train the girls up," she said. "Gypsy girls don't normally have jobs but with me they have a chance to see how their dresses were made."
The winner may be offered a job at her boutique store Nico.
Madine revealed to DS last week that she would also be involved in the Big Fat Gypsy Weddings Christmas special later this year.
> Read our recent interview with Thelma Madine