Tim Gunn and Heidi Klum by Mark Abrahams/Bravo Tim Gunn and Heidi Klum by Mark Abrahams/Bravo

Anyone who has watched Project Runway and wished they could do something similar at home will soon find that goal a little more attainable. In a licensing deal that is unprecedented for a reality show, the Bravo hit series is teaming up with five partners to create Project Runway-branded merchandise that will be available in stores nationwide in late 2007 and early 2008.

"We are excited to make the show's fashion and design experience accessible to consumers worldwide with specialized products and tools," said Pam Henning, an SVP at the Weinstein Company, which produces the show. "We've seen how Project Runway resonates with consumers, and with the show's tremendous reach and credibility within the fashion community, it is a natural platform for brand extensions."

The newly licensed products will include jewelry by Aaron Co., sewing machines by Brother International, sewing accessories by Prym Consumer, fabrics by Robert Kaufman Fabrics and sewing patterns by Simplicity Pattern. Further details will be announced after the launch of the series' fourth season this fall. - Reporting by Marissa Klein