A melt-spinnable precursor for SiC based fibers was prepared from blend polymers of polycarbosilane (PCS) and modified polymethylsilane (M-PMS). The blend polymers cured at 320°C are different from M-PMS and PCS. The ceramic yield of these blend polymers is about 83%. The C/Si ratio of M-PMS/PCS derived ceramics (pyrolyzed at 1250°C) is linear to the content of MPMS in M-PMS/PCS. After melt spinning, thermal oxidation curing, and pyrolysis, Si-C-O fibers were obtained. The diameter and the tensile strength of the resulted fibers are 16.5μm and 1.62GPa, respectively.