We report a new type of dye-sensitized solar cells (DSSCs) fabricated using PbS quantum dots (ODs) embedded TiO2 fibers as the photoanodes. ODs have shown great potential as an efficient light absorbing material with very high extinction coefficient. However, to obtain an efficient photoinduced charge transfer from ODs to TiO2, a stable linker is needed to attach QDs to TiO2. Unlike Ru based or all-organic dyes having a carboxylic group to function as the linker, it is a challenge to establish a strong attachment between QDs and TiO2. In this work, we used electrospinning technique to form TiO2 nanofibers embedded with PbS ODs without the need of a carboxylic group or any other linker. The ODs embedded TiO2 nanofibers were mixed with an organic binder and then deposited onto fluorine-doped tin dioxide (FTO) glass substrates by doctor blading. To harvest both visible and infrared light, the photoanodes were further sensitized with a Ru complex dye (Z-907). DSSC devices were fabricated using platinum as a counter-electrode catalyst for triiodide reduction. The cells achieved overall energy conversion efficiency of 2.8 % with Voc =0.81V and FF=0.61 under illumination of 100 mW/cm2 with an AM 1.5 filter.