The books don't mention specific categories of limitations for Felix Felicis. In this answer I discussed at length what Felix Felicis actually can and can't do. In short, it seems to primarily give the user extra confidence and help them make good decisions (possibly through some sort of insight into the near future), and arguably makes them actually "lucky". It cannot, however, fundamentally affect magic or break through powerful enchantments.
That being the case, Felix Felicis wouldn't magically enable you to make more Felix Felicis. What it might do is help you with various details involved. For instance, if you needed to steal potion ingredients from Snape's office, Felix Felicis might be able to help you do so without getting caught. If you need to do something to the potion at a precise moment, Felix Felicis might guide you in doing that. However, if you simply don't have the necessary ingredients Felix Felicis won't be able to create them for you. If the potion has to stew for six months, Felix Felicis wouldn't enable you to make it in three months.
In other words, there is nothing particularly limiting Felix Felicis from helping you create more Felix Felicis, but there is also nothing specific about brewing Felix Felicis that makes Felix Felicis particularly helpful. It would simply be the same as any other situation: using Felix Felicis can help you in minor ways, but it can't really enable you to do something that would have been impossible for you to do otherwise.