This paper presents the predictions of a hybrid model of fabric development in quartzites that combines aspects of previous models based on lattice rotations and dynamic recrystallization. The input parameters for the model have been systematically varied in order to investigate changes in deformation fabrics due to increasing temperature, and predictions of crystallographic preferred orientations and grain shape fabrics are made. The resulting fabrics reflect the combination of both deformation processes over the range of the parameters used. The fabrics evolve continuously with progressive deformation, and produce crossed girdles, single girdles and point maxima for a single deformation geometry. The results suggest that the coupling of dynamic recrystallization with lattice rotations can actually produce a larger variation in crystallographic preferred orientations with temperature than is predicted by using a model that only considers lattice rotations. Using this model point maxima develop even though a multiple slip model has been assumed.