I think that stitched ripped clothes are clothes whose the ripped part is stitched and stitched and ripped clothes are clothes whose the stitched part is ripped. Am I right?
In this context, the clothes are one pair of clothes.
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As is often the case with this sort of list, the reality is always going to be ambiguous.
"Stitched, ripped clothes" implies clothes that have been ripped, but then repaired. (Note that I added a comma.)
"Stitched and ripped clothes" similarly implies clothes that have been repaired, but if contrasted with the first example, suggests that further ripping has occurred AFTER the repair. This is quite a weak implication though.
Clothes can generally be assumed to have been stitched as part of the process of creation, however the context here pretty much precludes the possibility that "Stitched" refers to that process.