i recently got in to tying my own flies. I started with easy ones than tried some more complicated one and got completely discouraged... I took a 3 week break from tying, I honestly thought about giving it up for good... I headed out to the stream over the weekend and tied on one of the flies I tied... On my third cast I got a hit and had a perfect hook set. As I brought that fish in it finally hit me... that was one of my greatest moments fishing.. I've caught thousands of trout over the years but that one was definitely my best trophy. (Even though it was maybe 11" lol )
I can easily say I am completely hooked at tying my own flies now.. I just needed a little motivation
Congrats! Where are you located? There maybe someone willing to help and give you a few pointers. Also youtube is a great resource for tutorials. Tying is a perishable skill. The more you do it within reason the better you will get. As was said tie a few of the same pattern at a time it will help consistency. Also tying big stuff is always a nice change of pace for me after tying nymph for awhile. Black gold/silver conehead slumpbusters are easy ties and have been insanely productive for me. Size 4-8 on 3xl-6xl streamer hooks. Give them a try.