It is difficult to say anything without having more context. Adding more ambiguity is the use of 'your' and not 'you' (which makes the list personal).
Just like I made your clothes, I made your list may work where it means that you helped someone make his/her list. But as I said, more context will clarify it further. If you get into the list, I'd add a preposition - I made to your list. Nevertheless, a more-common expression I've come across is to say I managed to ...
As far as the second part of the question is concerned, it's very clear -
make a list - make any/random list
make the list - very specific (the listener and the speaker both know which list they are talking about) and,
make one's list - generalized, can refer to any person's list.